WWW, September 2010 - Ever since Reggae Music is there, there is Reggae Music in the UK. Of course this includes a whole lot of Sound Systems, each one coming with their own selections and equipment. In this special episode of the Ambassada Hi-Powah podcasts, we are taken to a heartical session by the mighty Entebbe Sound.
Sure, the sound quality is not in the best digital quality, possibly even taken from cassette tape. However, this increases the experience of heavy bass and live chanting by several MC's. The energetic session, of which about 46 minutes is recorded, is a school example of the heartical vibes and spiritual truths which are being spread through the conscious Sound Systems, of which Entebbe is not the least.
You'll hear a crucial number of Dub Plates (special mixes), over which there's -next to chanting- a lot of effects and EQ changes. The bass goes deeper than deep, the tunes are presented in the true old-skool Sound System style of wheeling records, having "silent" breaks between the titles, et cetera.