Skatalites - Stretching Out album
Additionally, with their lead-part jazz-styled horn solos anchored on the rocksteady groove and long, hypnotic, and festive jams, the Skatalites were and are guaranteed to spice up any blue mood, and "Freedom Sounds" and "Guns of Navarone" retain the original bounce and a smile that music can't often manage without pretense. A few more Skatalites have also sadly died, and another has retired after triple-bypass heart surgery, meaning 1983 was everyone's last chance for the original (making Stretching Out doubly documentary)
Stretching Out (CD, Album). ROIR (Reachout International Records). Stretching Out Volume One (LP, Album, RE).
Stretching Out (Cass, Album).
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Freedom Sounds. You will NOT be dissapointed in Stretching Out. Perhaps the best Ska CD ever. And why not, the best guys, the best songs, with 20 years of practice, doing it spontaneously. Oh, and I saw them 2x in the early 1990s, and this IS what they sounded like. They even recreate the smokey live sound of the original recordings.
Stretching Out by The Skatalites, released 14 January 1998 1. Freedom Sounds 2. Bridge View 3. Latin Goes Ska 4. Tear Up 5. Guns of Navarone 6. Man In The Street 7. Come Dung 8. Big Trombone 9. Ska Ba 10. Road Block 11. Eastern STD Time 12. Confucius 13. Lee Harvey Oswald 14. Black Sunday 15. Mood For Ska 16. Fidel Castro ( 17. El Pussy Cat 18. Four Corners 19. Exodus 20. Old Fowl 21. Fidel Castro ( 22. Welcome Back Home In 1983 Herbie Miller, manager of Peter Tosh brought the original Skatalites (minus the late Don Drummond) back to Jamaica from all over the world to perform at the 1983.
Listen free to The Skatalites – Stretching Out (Freedom Sounds, Bridge View and more). In 1983 Herbie Miller, manager of Peter Tosh brought the original Skatalites (minus the late Don Drummond) back to Jamaica from all over the world to perform at the 1983 Jamaica Sunsplash. The Skatalites had broken up 18 years earlier, after their short career of two years (1963-1965). Personal disagreements, conflicts and animosities had driven these inventors of Ska and master musicians to seek their own future as individual artists.
Consumer Guide Album. Skatalites: Stretching Out Recorded live in 1983 on a two-track TEAC and God knows what else by a reconstituted bunch of originators, some of whom hadn't seen one another in a decade and wished it was longer, this a-side retrospective sounds better than the '60s studio rarities Top Deck compiled a few years ago. and is a lot of fun to boot. We're talking party soundtrack for lazybones, the universal polka hop-and-shuffle of a thousand folk dances
Нравится слушателям: Bad Manners, Redska, New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble. Stretching Out. The Skatalites. Probably The Best Reggae Album.
|1-3||Latin Goes Ska||6:13|
|1-5||Guns Of Navarone||4:54|
|1-6||Man In The Street||4:31|
|1-11||Eastern Std. Time||4:26|
|2-1||Lee Harvey Oswald||4:04|
|2-3||Mood For Ska||3:12|
|2-4||Fidel Castro (#1)||7:53|
|2-5||El Pussy Cat||5:41|
|2-9||Fidel Castro (#2)||8:40|
|2-10||Welcome Back Home||5:25|
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Acoustic Bass – Lloyd Brivitte*
- Alto Saxophone – Lester Sterling
- Cover [Art] – Ned Sonntag
- Drums – Lloyd Knibbs
- Guitar – Jah Gerry*
- Layout [CD] – Sneak Attack
- MC, Vocals – Lord Tanamo
- Musician [Added], Trombone – "Bubbles" Cameron*
- Musician [Added], Trumpet – Arnold Breckenridge*
- Piano – Jackie Mittoo
- Producer, Recorded By, Liner Notes – Herbie Miller
- Remastered By – Pomeroy Audio
- Remix [For Cassette], Edited By – Paul Marotta
- Tenor Saxophone – Tommy McCook
- Tenor Saxophone [Solo] – Cedric Brooks* (tracks: 1-4)
- Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Roland Alphonso
- Trumpet – "Dizzy" Johnny Moore*
NotesLegendary Roir cassette-only release, now remastered as a double-cd with five bonus tracks. Crucial extended jam sessions recorded live at the Blue Monk Jazz Gallery, Kingston, Jamaica in summer 1983.
Over two hours of explosive ska.
Tracks 1-4, 1-7 to 1-9, 2-1, 2-2 recorded live to a TEAC 2-Track tape deck performed in concert on July 17, 1983.
All other tracks recorded at the final rehearsal for Reggae Sunsplash 1983 on a sony cassette deck on June 27, 1983.
Remixed and edited for cassette at Noise, NY, December 8th and 15th, 1985.
All songs copyright control the Skatalites.
Tracks 2-6 through 2-10 are bonus tracks for this edition.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 053436823729
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LL29
- Mould SID Code: IFPI F703
- Matrix / Runout: ***1/2DCA32354* RUSCD8237 DISC 1 01
- Matrix / Runout: ***2/2DCA32355* RUSCD8237 DISC 2 01
|A-141||The Skatalites||Stretching Out (Cass, Album)||ROIR (Reachout International Records)||A-141||US||1986|
|RUSCD8237||Skatelites; The Original Sketalites*||Stretching Out (2xCD, Album, RE, RM, Fat)||ROIR (Reachout International Records)||RUSCD8237||US||1998|
|88561-5032-2||The Skatalites||Stretching Out (CD, Album)||ROIR (Reachout International Records)||88561-5032-2||US||1990|
|RUSLP 8310||Skatalites*||Stretching Out Volume One (LP, Album, RE)||ROIR (Reachout International Records)||RUSLP 8310||US||2008|
|RUSLP 8312||Skatalites*||Stretching Out Volume Two (LP, Album, RE)||ROIR (Reachout International Records)||RUSLP 8312||US||2009|