PS Does It Again
Mick Sleeper, Jul 28, 2009
How does Pressure Sounds do it? Declining CD sales, music piracy, worldwide economic meltdown - and yet through it all, Pressure Sounds quietly continue to release some of the true gems of Jamaican music. A casual look at the track listing will make most collectors think that this album isn't anything special - a rather redundant collection of the best known Delroy tunes. However, these are the soulful and unique dub plate specials that were mixed by Prince Jammy, which gives these reggae chestnuts a very different vibe. Top ranking, as I would say.
jonathan eccles, Aug 06, 2009
haven't heard the reissue yet but i still have a tape of this done about 30 years ago it was one of the first and best reggae lp''s i heard back in the 1970's. brill
Every CD you buy should be as good as this!
Joe, Aug 11, 2009
I'd heard quite a few songs by Delroy Wilson, thought he had an amazing voice, and was really, really looking forward to this release, as I hadn't heard any of the songs on this album.
On first listen, probably because I was far too excited about it, I was quite disappointed, none of the songs really grabbed me, and I'm not generally that keen on love songs.
Like a fine wine, second time around it just came alive, the care and attention that has been paid to the sound on this album is just astounding. I can't see myself listening to anything else for a good while - another phenomenal release from this phenomenal label.
Delroy wilson - Dubplate style
Rich Martin, Aug 24, 2009
I don't say this kind of thing often, but this really is an essential album.
Jammys mixing is superb, heavy heavy stuff.
Dan, Aug 26, 2009
Nothing much to add that hasn't been said aside from this record is absolutely beautiful. The Jammy production takes Delroy's already timeless songs to somewhere altogether heavier without losing any of the original feeling. Thankyou to all involved.
Absolutely Brilliant !
Jazzy D, Nov 14, 2009
I can imagine being a DJ/Selector dropping these exclusive mixes in a sound clash and totally destroying the other sounds.
Absolutely brilliant stuff, one of the many highlights for me was "Here Come The Heartaches" spine tingling!
This is going to sell and sell ... well done guys!
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