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  • On-U Sound In The Area - Image Bank: Adverts (Part 2)

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  • On-U Sound In The Area - Image Bank: Groupings (Part 1)
    gallery to view it from the top or click on an individual image to go straight to that image within the gallery Gallery 1 Ghetto Priest and AMS Ri Ra Bubblers Simon Bogle and Ghetto Priest at On U Sound studios Ri Ra and Ghetto Priest 1 Ri Ra and Ghetto Priest 2 Ri Ra and Ghetto Priest 3 Roger Steffens and Ghetto Priest Gallery 2 Prince Far I and AMS Pete Holdsworth and AMS circa 1980 Prince Far I The Arabs including Tony Asher Brisset Larry Professor Silvera Deadly Headley Style Scott Bubblers and Congo Ashanti Roy Deadly Headley Prince Far I AMS Pete Holdsworth and Mark Stewart circa 1980 Style Scott and AMS in 1981 Adrian and Denise Sherwood Gallery 3 The Pop Group Malcolm Bennett and Mark Stewart AMS Brian Moore and Keith LeBlanc during the recording of The Game February 1987 Gary Clail and AMS circa 1990 David Harrow Skip McDonald and Gary Clail live in Manchester UK on the Pay It All Back tour circa 1991 Doug Wimbish Skip McDonald and AMS Gallery 4 Bim Sherman and Dub Syndicate Little Annie and Bim Sherman Lee Scratch Perry and Crucial Tony Big Youth and Junior Delgado AMS Skip McDonald and Bim Sherman in Peru Nick Coplowe Sly Dunbar and AMS Gallery 5 Dry Heavy AMS and Audio Active Style Scott and Max Ri Ra Pete Holdsworth and Cyril Doug Wimbish and Will Calhoun AMS and Pete Lockett Gallery 6 On U Sound family photo 1 circa 1993 On U Sound family photo 2 circa 1993 On U Sound family photo 3 circa 1990 Bonjo I and AMS circa 1982 Pete Holdsworth and Bobby Marshall Nick Riggio of the Universe Crew and Rebecca Masiker IMAGEBANK Acts Part 1 2 Badcard Gary Clail Part 2 Ghetto Priest Voice

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  • On-U Sound In The Area - Personnel - Al Jourgensen biography
    a heavy quotient of noise for percussive and atmospheric effect Keith LeBlanc himself a long time Sherwood collaborator and also in on the Ministry sessions recalls Al being in London Yeah Then he came to London and all he wanted to do was to pick Adrian s brain So Adrian kept mixing these tracks I had done for him And Al kept saying No it s crap man I don t like that A month later Al was in the same studio getting the same exact sound and Adrian realized that Al had really done a number on him As a result a lot of the tracks I did for Al he didn t want He just said I don t want em keep em As a little known result much of the rejected material was re worked and released on Keith s monumental album WR 005 in all but name the first album release by the mighty Tackhead So when I came back to London Adrian said Well look man all these tracks you ve done for Al he doesn t want em what do you wanna do I said let s re work them And part of those were on Major Malfunction Actually the keyboard player on the track Move is Al Jourgensen I called him up and said How do you want me to list you on the record He goes just call me Dog So I called him Dog right About two years later he calls me up very upset that I had called him Dog on the record and why didn t I list his proper name Al s opinions and claims of the whole encounter are perhaps unsuprisingly quite different Tackhead was basically shit that I wrote that was recorded with Adrian Sherwood during

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  • On-U Sound In The Area - Personnel - Bernard Fowler biography
    Tackhead Bernard began his journey to become a highly sought after singing talent in the world Bernard has appeared on many tours and albums singing with some of the best known artists of the 20th Century Ryuchi Sakamoto Gill Scott Heron Sly Robbie Material Bootsy Collins Philip Glass Duran Duran Herb Alpert Paul Carrack Yoko Ono and many others Bernard spent the last decade touring and recording with the Rolling Stones rounding out fourteen albums including fronting three albums from Charlie Watts and contributing his voice to solo efforts from Mick Jagger Keith Richards and Ron Wood Not only is Bernard an accomplished vocalist he is also a songwriter trombone player percussionist keyboardist and producer He has displayed these diverse talents with Ron Wood Stevie Salas the Rolling Stones Living Colour Herbie Hancock as well as his own projects Peach Boys Tackhead and Nickleback Reunited in 2004 with the other members of Tackhead touring and more recording seem to be on the cards A contribution to Champagne Grits ON U CD1006 an album by fellow Head Skip Little Axe McDonald also occurred around the same time It is clear that with his highly regarded talent and unparalleled experience Bernard Fowler

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  • On-U Sound In The Area - Personnel - Congo Ashanti Roy biography
    career produced by Lee Perry at his Black Ark studios in Kingston What Perry brought to the mix was his usual anarchic presence but also his technique of using primitive even for its time four track recording technology that emphasized a cluttered dense but hot live sound Great though it was Heart Of The Congos sold only reasonably well in Jamaica but became a hotly sought after collectible in the USA and Britain by a cult of reggae aficionados Not long after the record was released Myton and Ashanti Roy went their separate ways but continued to use the name the Congos or Congo as a means of identification Leaving Jamaica for the UK following a less creatively successful period Ashanti Roy was brought to On U Sound by his friend Mikey Dread in the early 1980s both subsequently becoming contemporary contributors to the Singers And Players family Like a lot of other reggae artists of the time who had been the victims of brief flirtations with major labels Ashanti Roy was looking for work and a deal Aware of the growing reputation of On U Sound he arrived at Southern Studios with several great tunes that were to become On U conscious classics including African Blood Rhythm 27 and Breaking Down the Pressure Rhythm 36 the latter undoubtedly the tougher tune and probably also superior in that the studio production from Adrian Sherwood is him at his crazed best In 1984 in another major collaboration Ashanti Roy also drafted in Sherwood to engineer and or mix most of his solo album Level Vibes released on Sonic Boom Records It is probably true to say that no individual from The Congos went on to produce any solo work which approached the enduring quality of Heart Of The Congos however Ashanti

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  • On-U Sound In The Area - Personnel - Mikey Dread biography
    odds with his establishment employers and created in him a roots legend In 1979 having resigned from JBC Mikey decided to expand his career by getting more involved in the actual production of not only his own music but also the work of others such as Sugar Minott Junior Murvin Earl Sixteen Wally Bucker Sunshine Jah Grundy and Rod Taylor Mikey also worked with and cut great sides for Lee Perry Carlton Patterson King Tubby and Sonia Pottinger before launching his own DATC label and coming to the UK His activities attracted the attention of The Clash who asked Mikey to record and tour with them They produced Bank Robber and the album Black Market Clash a brilliant fusion of late 1970s punk rock and a heavy reggae bass and drum line which sold over 3 million copies His work with The Clash was a significant event in the integration of reggae into popular music throughout the world The reggae aspect of the album distinguished their sound from the other punks that emerged in the 1970s Soon after it was a must for just about every punk band to have a reggae cover song on their album During his time in the UK in the early 1980s touring with The Clash and UB40 Mikey encountered Adrian Sherwood also being associated with The Clash s touring shows of the time Several visits to Adrian s On U Sound studios followed together with the laying down of three memorable vocals for the Singers And Players two of which were about his past life Autobiography Of The Dread Operator Rhythm 36 and School Days Rhythm 27 Both rhythms went on to be completely re vocaled at On U by his friend Congo Ashanti Roy as Breaking Down The Pressure and African Blood respectively

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  • On-U Sound In The Area - Personnel - Ri-Ra biography

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  • On-U Sound In The Area - Personnel - Vivien Goldman biography

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