Jah Wobble

Pressure Sounds * PSTI006 * 2009

Get Carter

Get Carter
  • Get Carter - Jah Wobble
  • Get Carter Version (Cliff Bunby Mix) - Jah Wobble

Information

Two new heavyweight versions on a special 10" vinyl recorded by Jah Wobble exclusively for Pressure Sounds... thunderous new versions of the 'Get Carter' theme by one of the best bass players around. Wobble was the original bass player in the greatest ever incarnation of PIL and has subsequently recorded with everyone from Pharaoh Sanders, Can, Bill Laswell and his own group ‘Invaders of the Heart’.

Reviews

Nice mix...

Arthur, Oct 09, 2009
A friend pointed me to this today, as a fan of the film, I like this mix.

I heard another on-line as well by a guy called Alien Dread which was rockin'

Cool.

Jah W.

Martinus, Oct 24, 2009
Wow...the mp3 has been on here for a while and I've listened to it extensively. I finally purchaed the record today. It's a smash all out bass thing...yep

Wah Jobble

Baker, Jan 03, 2010
Once again, Mr. Wardle (and company) delivers the bassy goodness we've all come to expect (all five of us). Bravo!

Jah Wob's 'Carter'

JC Dellingham, Jan 23, 2010
Must say this is an out-there kinda vibe approach to the track from such an ace film, hypnotic almost, nice. For a completely different take on it there's the superlative version by BB Davis & The Red Orchdistra, which really has such a groove and was a big hit for them.

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