Rhythm & Sound ‎– See Mi Yah

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BM-14-20 Rhythm & Sound See Mi Yah(7x7", Comp) Burial Mix BM-14-20 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
BMD-4 Rhythm & Sound See Mi Yah(CD, Comp) Burial Mix BMD-4 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
BMD-4 Rhythm & Sound See Mi Yah(CD, Comp, Promo, Car) Burial Mix BMD-4 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
BMLP-4 Rhythm & Sound See Mi Yah(LP, Comp) Burial Mix BMLP-4 Germany 2005 Sell This Version

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buttfreak

buttfreak

January 13, 2019
referencing See Mi Yah, 7x7", Comp, BM-14-20
check out reviews on basic channel and stuff like that and you get pretentious bods claiming its the greatest music ever....but this is really 10/10 ...amazing life changing experience no!!!! but a feckin perfect album......
keithvarney

keithvarney

August 26, 2018
referencing See Mi Yah, 7x7", Comp, BM-14-20
Excellent record ruined by a poor pressing. I’ve bought five copies from different sellers, all sealed and every copy skips. Some in different places on side 2. So disappointing. Desperately wanted a copy that doesn’t skip (the cartridge is set correctly)
DJ_Roland

DJ_Roland

February 2, 2018
referencing See Mi Yah, LP, Comp, BMLP-4

As below comment mentions this is a superb space out relaxation record. Big disappointment though that my space out trip is heavily interrupted by multiple spots where the needle skips for no reason. Bought the record brand new (2016 repress though I think) and my needle never skips out of nowhere. Clearly seems a bad pressing! Anyone else with this issue? Especially on the B-side.
djnovals

djnovals

December 19, 2017
referencing See Mi Yah, CD, Comp, BMD-4

is a "Deepchild - No Disgrace" basic on on main theme of this tracks?
lajoula

lajoula

May 25, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
referencing See Mi Yah, 7x7", Comp, BM-14-20
Brian Williams (aka, Lustmord) says:

" Beyond dub techno (which they instigated), Moritz von Oswald and Mark Ernestus at the creative and technical peak of their collaboration. While I have all of their work together, this is the one that really stands out for me. Solid bass-lines, perfectly spaced and utilized production  and a groove that keeps pulling forward. One rhythm reworked with subtle mastery over eleven tracks. Few are capable of this kind of sound. "
Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

March 20, 2011
referencing See Mi Yah, LP, Comp, BMLP-4

First time buyers, go with the LP version of this if you're a vinyl person as opposed to the 7 inch. Just for practical purposes. Collectors may want both vinyl versions which I can understand, but who wants to get up and switch the needle every 3 or 4 minutes on a single rhythm release? Wouldn't having to move out of your spot somewhat defeat the purpose? The beat never quits on the LP except that one time you have to flip it over. Other than that its seamless there's no time gap between the tracks. Which in my opinion was a great choice by the producers. Great space out relaxation record that I have to be in a certain mood for to enjoy. Also the only record in my collection that can meet that desire when the time does come.
alibot

alibot

January 24, 2009
referencing See Mi Yah, CD, Comp, BMD-4
Perfect dub album ... just perfect.
The dub beat never drops, the riffs and melodies are so ayrie... the vocals by Paul St. Hilaire is like melted cannabis butter flowing down the ear canals.
This album is essential for any fan of the dub genre. if the rating was out of 1000 i would give this flawless gem a million... thanks and praises to jah for bringing these uplifting sounds to my life and praises to Jonas and Moritz for this production.
distonto

distonto

February 23, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
referencing See Mi Yah, CD, Comp, BMD-4
Another succesful record by German duo which changed the history of techno/dub music. This time they collaborated with Studio One legendary artists (Jah Cotton, Sugar Minott, Willi Williams) and some Berlin-based singers. The result is one-riddim-album which, though monotonous, is very hypnotic and simply beautiful. Guest vocalists spread the atmosphere of melancholy and meditation. Pure gem.
terminal313

terminal313

March 23, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
referencing See Mi Yah, CD, Comp, BMD-4

As observed by many it's the first one-rhythm-album by the Rhythm & Sound. Different vocals give variations to the largely unchanging rhythm patterns and do not allow any kind of boredom to emerge. Getting once again a step closer to the reggae the R&S still manage to sound very deep as we know from BC/CR times.
Kyojiro

Kyojiro

March 2, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
referencing See Mi Yah, 7x7", Comp, BM-14-20

It's a "one riddim release", which is pretty popular in dub/reggae world. That's why every song is built over thesame rhythm pattern and bassline. This kind of music is not for everybody and it demands some concentration and some knowledge.

Anyway "See Mi Yah" is simply a masterpiece. Can just anybody appreciate a masterpiece?