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Dadawah // Peace And Love LP

Dadawah // Peace And Love LP

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Review by Tristan @ Album of the Year:

"Peace and Love" by acclaimed Jamaican musician Ras Michael, also known as Dadawah, is about just that: peace and love. He was present during the earlier years of Reggae (early '60s) and produced one of the few Nyahbinghi releases available to the world. This special genre is very traditional and important, especially to the Rastafarian community. Though described merely as, "rhythms produced by hand-drumming and vocal chanting" on RYM, you will be pleasantly surprised by the amount of detailed layers present in this genre, or more specifically, this album. The truth is, "Peace and Love" is rare, and not something easy to find. I've searched through roots reggae and Nyahbinghi to find something like this record, and I have found some really incredible stuff, but nothing compares to the exceptionality of this recording. I have found that, personally, the quality and genuine perfection is unmatched among other similar releases, even from Ras Michael himself.

Each song present on this album is beautiful and practically perfect in every way, working in unison to create an album experience unlike any other. Every instrument has a journey that it travels, following the meaningful and pleasant vocals, moving throughout the record like water. Flowing unbelievably freely but keeping an important structure that is necessary for the album. Being able to hear the unbelievable connection between performers is truly one of the greatest factors that sets this album above much else. It is as if each sound is communicating with one another, every time one says something, there is a perfect response. In my opinion, each and every instrument is utilized perfectly in this record. The personal drumming, psychedelic guitar, preach-like vocals, beautiful piano, etc. These fundamental components work toward making this the most psychedelic, mesmerizing, meditative, and hypnotizing reggae album I have ever heard. Each time I turn the record on I listen from start to finish, as it captures me unlike anything else, and each song works so perfectly with each other, it is simply an experience as a whole I must feel every time I think of it. This never lets up in this record, as each sound, from beginning to end, works beautifully with each other. In fact, one of my favorite moments is in the very end, as the instruments slowly fade away, we are introduced to a catchy bass groove and listen as the piano rocks us to sleep and the guitar wobbles around freely. It is such a great way to end an album as unrestricted as this."

Tracklist:

A1       Run Come Rally
A2       Seventy-Two Nations
B1       Zion Land
B2       Know How You Stand

Artist : Dadawah

Label : Antarctica Starts Here 

 

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Review by Tristan @ Album of the Year:

"Peace and Love" by acclaimed Jamaican musician Ras Michael, also known as Dadawah, is about just that: peace and love. He was present during the earlier years of Reggae (early '60s) and produced one of the few Nyahbinghi releases available to the world. This special genre is very traditional and important, especially to the Rastafarian community. Though described merely as, "rhythms produced by hand-drumming and vocal chanting" on RYM, you will be pleasantly surprised by the amount of detailed layers present in this genre, or more specifically, this album. The truth is, "Peace and Love" is rare, and not something easy to find. I've searched through roots reggae and Nyahbinghi to find something like this record, and I have found some really incredible stuff, but nothing compares to the exceptionality of this recording. I have found that, personally, the quality and genuine perfection is unmatched among other similar releases, even from Ras Michael himself.

Each song present on this album is beautiful and practically perfect in every way, working in unison to create an album experience unlike any other. Every instrument has a journey that it travels, following the meaningful and pleasant vocals, moving throughout the record like water. Flowing unbelievably freely but keeping an important structure that is necessary for the album. Being able to hear the unbelievable connection between performers is truly one of the greatest factors that sets this album above much else. It is as if each sound is communicating with one another, every time one says something, there is a perfect response. In my opinion, each and every instrument is utilized perfectly in this record. The personal drumming, psychedelic guitar, preach-like vocals, beautiful piano, etc. These fundamental components work toward making this the most psychedelic, mesmerizing, meditative, and hypnotizing reggae album I have ever heard. Each time I turn the record on I listen from start to finish, as it captures me unlike anything else, and each song works so perfectly with each other, it is simply an experience as a whole I must feel every time I think of it. This never lets up in this record, as each sound, from beginning to end, works beautifully with each other. In fact, one of my favorite moments is in the very end, as the instruments slowly fade away, we are introduced to a catchy bass groove and listen as the piano rocks us to sleep and the guitar wobbles around freely. It is such a great way to end an album as unrestricted as this."

Tracklist:

A1       Run Come Rally
A2       Seventy-Two Nations
B1       Zion Land
B2       Know How You Stand

Artist : Dadawah

Label : Antarctica Starts Here