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Old 12-04-2006, 07:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Pato Banton

I recently obtained an album titled Mad Professor Recaptures Pato Banton, which is Mad Professor (master dub producer) remixing various reggae songs by Pato Banton, and I must say, it's pretty amazing. Steady beats, thumping bass and various lifted samples that fit perfectly with astoundingly delivered reggae vocals and horns.

I haven't heard anything else by Banton, so if anyone has anything to share I'm all ears. Commentary on Mad Professor would also be appreciated, and I'm still looking for Rhythm Collision Dub if anyone has it.

I'll probably upload the aforementioned album tomorrow, if there's any interest.
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Old 12-04-2006, 07:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Sounds pretty cool. I'm interested for an up and I'll keep an eye out for other stuff.
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Default Hear him live in Raleigh!

You can check out Pato's show on Tuesday January 23rd here in Raleigh at Raleigh Music Hall, 14 W. Martin St.
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I don't think he's done anything worth listening to in the last fifteen years, and his recent stuff is a little jesus-freak-y.
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