Phil Pratt & The Revolutionaries - The War Is On Dub Style LPPressure Sounds
Vinyl LP pressing. Archive release. Phil Pratt had an illustrious career in Jamaica stretching back to the rocksteady years of the '60s, but by the '80s was increasingly working on productions in London. Easy Street was a low budget studio with professional but fairly limited equipment - a Soundcraft TS24 mixing desk, a Roland RE301 Chorus Echo, an AKG BX5 reverb, and an MXR flanger/doubler - and a speedy way of working which suited the incoming rush of reggae producers. A sought-after dub album unavailable since it's early 1980s release, it typifies Phil's working methods in those days, with the backing tracks recorded at Joe Gibbs' Studio in Jamaica, and overdubs and mixing done in London.