WWW, October 2009 - The year is 1978. The Voice of Thunder meets up with BBC Radio DJ John Peel to record Prince Far I's contribution to what has become one of the largest musical recording series in the history of the British public channel.
It leads to far for this review to describe just who John Peel was, but a few words should be said about him. He promoted up and coming artists in a special way: they were invited in the Studio for a semi live version which would then be recorded and played on the BBC airwaves.
John Peel loved Reggae and invited several artists in his studio, among which Misty In Roots and also Prince Far I. The Voice of Thunder took a couple of musicians with him and they laid down a very heavy Roots session in ways that he did not sound on all his other albums.
Some really crucial bass play in "The Dream", an impressive spoken introduction without music, just two special parts of this special album. Ruffer than Ruff, Tuffer than Tuff.