Prince Fatty / Earl 16 Be Thankful For What You've Got Ft Earl 16 [RSD19] Evergreen Recordings 7" RSD 2019
Prince Fatty Dry Your Tears Prince Fatty drops another 7" on Mr Bongo Taken from the album "Supersize" this tasty 7" offers up "Dry Your Tears" featuring Winston Francis and "Christopher Columbus" with Little Roy. Winston Francis became popular on the reggae scene in the early 70s with his first album "Mr Fix It" featuring his huge cover of "Calfornia Dreamin'". He then started a huge body of work with music producer Dennis Bovell, The Melodians, Trevor Star and the Skaticians and Linton Kwesi Johnson. Little Roy, also a Jamaican reggae artist, started his career in the Rocksteady era, recording songs with Coxsone Dodd, Prince Buster, Lloyd Daley, Lee 'Scratch' Perry and the Wailers. His number 1 hit 'Bongo Nyah' became the best selling single in Jamaica at the time and the first commercial success from the Rastafari movement. Mr Bongo Recordings 7"
Horseman / Prince Fatty Dawn Of The Dread Debut album from renowned drummer and toast-master MC Horseman produced by Prince Fatty. "If my music brings joy into someone’s life then that’s my aim, it’s there to make people happy. I’m not in competition with anyone, music shouldn’t be competitive. I’m just me doing my thing.” Mr Bongo CD | LP
Hollie Cook / Prince Fatty Looking For Real Love / 99 Two deep percussive reggae cuts taken from Hollie Cook's latest Prince Fatty produced album Twice. Mr Bongo 7"
Dele Sosimi / Prince Fatty / Nostalgia 77 You No Fit Touch Am In Dub A dub version could be a stone killer, predicted David Hutchison in his 4 star Mojo review of 'You No Fit Touch Am'. And here it is: Afrobeat icon Dele Sosimi's recent album gloriously re-imagined in dub by two production masters, Prince Fatty and Nostalgia 77. It was such a rush to have Prince Fatty and Nostalgia 77 work their magic on Dele's album. With Fatty bringing the spirit of 80s On-U Sound, Mikey Dread and Mad Professor, and Ben Nostalgia having mixed Dele's original LP, this was always going to be something very special. Dom Servini (Wah Wah 45s) Wah Wah 45s LP
Prince Fatty Versus the Drunken Gambler The much-anticipated new installment from the legendary Prince Fatty. Prince Fatty Versus the Drunken Gambler is a mix of hip hop fantasy and reggae reality. "A true tale of betrayal and revenge. When Prince Fatty discovers that his former master has indeed turned to the dark side, a broken oath releases 10 fatal strikes of Sound System Specials. Only Prince Fatty can stop the Drunken Gambler's evil plan, but to do so, he must first battle the deadly team of “Disco Monks” that will stop at nothing in the service of their overlord. No mercy is shown as Daddy Horseman strikes the blood stained swords of arch rivals and sworn enemies. Backed by the 'Supersized' assasins and the Mutant Hi-Fi, each having their unique kung fu style and weapons in an epic sound system battle lasting over 30 mins. Featuring Studio One legend Winston Francis and George Dekker from the Pioneers as the invincible Twins of Fury, Hollie Cook as the deadly Angel of Vengeance and as special guest, the infamous Dennis Alcapone." Mr Bongo CD | LP
Prince Fatty Insane In The Brain Prince Fatty presents the first 7" single from the highly anticipated second album "Supersize" and features a cover of Cypress Hill's classic "Insane in the Brain", but this time re-worked into Fatty's renowned reggae style, featuring Horseman on vocals! Mr Bongo Recordings 7"
Prince Fatty Shimmy Shimmy Ya Prince Fatty gives two more big tunes the workover, taking on the much-missed Wu Tang legend Ol' Dirty Bastard and a live studio cut of the Snoop Dogg classic. Mr Bongo 7"
Prince Fatty Survival Of The Fattest New album from Prince Fatty with sum nice reggae vibes to encourage some sunshine. 1. Curious 2. Fat Panther 3. Meltdown 4. Don't Give Up 5. Cow Feet And Gravy 6. Milk And Honey 7. Mr Freeze 8. Scorpio 9. Big Man Cry 10. Switch Blade 11. Milk And Honey In My Dub 12. Death Of Hercules Mr Bongo CD | LP
Prince Fatty / Nostalgia 77 The Kingdom Of Dub Legendary modern reggae producer Prince Fatty teams up with funk & jazz specialist Nostalgia 77, editing some of his finest tracks from the last decade for this new project on Tru Thoughts.Prince Fatty works his magic here on a diverse repertoire that spans the last decade and has been lauded by everyone from Gilles Peterson to Cerys Matthews to The Guardian. The spiritual Afro-jazz of instrumental side-project Skeletons (2012) sits alongside the coolly subversive, r&b inflected “Rainclouds”, voiced by ‘60s icon Julie Tippett; current tracks from new album ‘A Journey Too Far’; and classic Nostalgia 77 cuts “Little Steps” and “Quiet Dawn” (both bearing the spun-sugar vocals of Beth Rowley) from 2007’s ‘Everything Under The Sun’. While all the above reworks were created especially for this release, the bonus track - a dub of “Zombie Dance Parts 1 & 2” by the live outfit Nostalgia 77 Octet - has been unearthed from the band’s first ever live recording session. “It showed us that the worlds of dub and jazz could clash with powerful results”, says Lamdin of the incendiary piece which still sounds fresh and vital today. Tru Thoughts CD