Artist / Title :
Alton Ellis - Zulu Man
Jah Warrior - Zulu Man Dubwise
Peter Broggs - Peeping Tom
Jah Warrior - Peeping Dub

Label : Jah Warrior Records      Format : 12" single      Date : March 06, 2004
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

This brand new 2004 Jah Warrior production - the first ever 10" on Jah Warrior Records - showcases the two veteran singers, Alton Ellis and Peter Broggs, on a blistering mid paced heavy stepper that comes with blazing horns and Jonah Dan's taut bongos over a wicked bassline. Side A brings us the timeless vocals of reggae legend Alton Ellis, the longest living artist in the history of reggae, who has recorded at many renowned studios including Studio One and Treasure Isle. The latter began his recording career in 1959 and after almost 45 years in business he proves that he's still capable of delivering a great tune. Quite remarkable to witness that he seemingly effortless can handle such a heavyweight riddim. On "Zulu Man", a heartfelt roots anthem, Alton impresses from beginning to end with his call for unity. Roots hero Peter Broggs, another artist who has worked at Studio One, rides the same riddim on the other side with "Peeping Tom." Peter delivers a solid tune that will certainly please those fans who loved the highly acclaimed "Jah Golden Throne", an album he recorded for Jah Warrior a few years ago. "Peeping Tom" is the first to be released from the large selection of new material recorded for Jah Warrior during Peter's visit to the UK last year. Don't overlook the blazing dubs that accompany both songs.

Teacher & Mr. T.