No. 10 Dubbing St.

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Hi all! Had some news on the Smoke and Mirrors Sound System BAD tribute “No. 10 Dubbing St.” All the tracks are now streaming on Spotify, YouTube, etc. Coming soon are dub versions of the tracks done by some of their favorite engineers and finally, the vocal tracks/dubs will be released on double vinyl.
And now for the good part: I’ve been given permission to share the songs in lossless format for you lot to enjoy. Play it loud and help spread the word!
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... share_link

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Lovely stuff!
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Excellent looking forward to getting my greasy paws on LP

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Very, very cool. Thank you for sharing!
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Very cool, thanks for sharing, can't wait to to hear the finished product!

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I really love every track, many thanks for sharing! Looking forward to the dub versions.
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Olaf wrote:
14 Feb 2024, 1:40pm
I really love every track, many thanks for sharing! Looking forward to the dub versions.
I'm liking it a lot too... but a bit confused by "Ticket" - if you'd have given me 50 guesses as to what song it was, I don't think I'd have got there. I like it, but it's not Ticket.
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oliver wrote:
14 Feb 2024, 3:24pm
Olaf wrote:
14 Feb 2024, 1:40pm
I really love every track, many thanks for sharing! Looking forward to the dub versions.
I'm liking it a lot too... but a bit confused by "Ticket" - if you'd have given me 50 guesses as to what song it was, I don't think I'd have got there. I like it, but it's not Ticket.
I’m not positive on this but I think they released this on Windrush Day last year as an updated take on “Ticket” and I guess they just decided to go with it for the album rather than cover the original. I’ll try to find out some more info.

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Thank you for sharing, I am enjoying it. Just got to Ticket and I'm glad the earlier posts explained it!

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laxman wrote:
14 Feb 2024, 6:29pm
Thank you for sharing, I am enjoying it. Just got to Ticket and I'm glad the earlier posts explained it!
Here’s further info on why “Ticket” isn’t a straight up cover:

“Don Letts in his own words said the lyrics were awful so I focused on his lines in the song that referred to the Jamaican/immigrant UK experience and shared them with Tippa and Brother Culture. I asked them to relate their lives and histories. Tippa came up with the hook and verses, Then Brother Culture complemented Tippa’s story with his own. I kept the chord structures and recreated the original keyboard fake flute sample riffs with real horns.”

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sonnyburnit wrote:
15 Feb 2024, 1:19am
laxman wrote:
14 Feb 2024, 6:29pm
Thank you for sharing, I am enjoying it. Just got to Ticket and I'm glad the earlier posts explained it!
Here’s further info on why “Ticket” isn’t a straight up cover:

“Don Letts in his own words said the lyrics were awful so I focused on his lines in the song that referred to the Jamaican/immigrant UK experience and shared them with Tippa and Brother Culture. I asked them to relate their lives and histories. Tippa came up with the hook and verses, Then Brother Culture complemented Tippa’s story with his own. I kept the chord structures and recreated the original keyboard fake flute sample riffs with real horns.”
Thanks for clarifying... I was kind of hoping to hear them attempt the faster Don bits if it was a straight cover :)
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Ticket is undoubtedly the weak link on the original album.

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NigelJacobs wrote:
15 Feb 2024, 2:06pm
Ticket is undoubtedly the weak link on the original album.
Although it manages to reference Ian Botham, which I always appreciated, as someone who played cricket.

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laxman wrote:
15 Feb 2024, 5:04pm
NigelJacobs wrote:
15 Feb 2024, 2:06pm
Ticket is undoubtedly the weak link on the original album.
Although it manages to reference Ian Botham, which I always appreciated, as someone who played cricket.
'WG disgraced' is a great line too
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oliver wrote:
15 Feb 2024, 7:33pm
laxman wrote:
15 Feb 2024, 5:04pm
NigelJacobs wrote:
15 Feb 2024, 2:06pm
Ticket is undoubtedly the weak link on the original album.
Although it manages to reference Ian Botham, which I always appreciated, as someone who played cricket.
'WG disgraced' is a great line too
Agreed!

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