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Jam Vibez & Dreadsquad - Old Veteran EP, 12"

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Jam Vibez Old Veteran EP, 12"
Side A
Daddy Ranks - Old Veteran
Dreadsquad - Old Veteran Riddim
Side B
Daddy Bozo - Reggae Got The Power
Daddy Bozo - Move Ya Body
Krakowski - Move Ya Body Riddim
Supposedly success is being born in pain. Creation of the first ever Jam Vibez vinyl wasn't really paved with pain, but definitely years of patience and awaiting. 8 years on the stage, two excellent mixtapes and nearly 300 events played is only the tip of the iceberg. As they say - you need to grow up for some decisions, so the next step in the career of those vinyl freaks had to be a 12" plate. Well, they finally made it!
There has been a lot of bizarre circumstances surrounding this release. It started with the memorable 6th Jam Vibez Anniversary bashment, for which a very special guest was invited - DJ Daddy Ranks from London, UK (despite more than 30 years of career on stage, this is the first vinyl release for him). Everything became clear, when he rode Marek DREADSQUAD Bogdanski's riddim in his studio during a short stay in Lodz, Poland. This company provides excellent quality and unique sound, which has already convinced millions of people around the world. Daddy Ranks in "Old Veteran" provided classic deejay style, rhythm and feeling. There was however a question - what's next, musically answered by Piotr Krakowski, an excellent producer, multi-instrumentalist, movies, documentaries and tv programs composer, privately a big fan of reggae. The result is an energetic rhythm "Move Ya Body" which DADDY BOZO took a mic on.
The first 12" from Jam Vibez is available from now on!
Old Veteran Riddim: produced by Dreadsquad
Move Ya Body Riddim: produced by Piotr Krakowski
Mix: Dreadsquad, Yazol
Buy on vinyl or digital: http://jamvibez.bandcamp.com/