St.Cal ‎– Losing Ground / Henshaw Dub

Soul:r ‎– SOULR018
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Brown 'Soul:r' Company Sleeve




(c) 2005 Soul:r
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SOULR018 St.Cal Losing Ground / Henshaw Dub(12", Whi) Soul:r SOULR018 UK 2005 Sell This Version
SOULR018 St.Cal Losing Ground / Henshaw Dub(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Soul:r SOULR018 UK 2005 Sell This Version


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March 30, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Used to bang Henshaw dub but it's all about Losing Ground on this juan


May 10, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

More focussing on Losing ground here: The bassline comes in subtle. That's what's nice about this track.. You can mix it in unnoticed and suddenly let it get harder. The flute sample is amazing! Adding the voice just gives it that little chill-amount. Also a nice variation througout the track. Building up, climax and peace and quiet again! Great work!

October 14, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
I like " Losing Ground " but I love " Henshaw Dub " . Dubwise D&B doesn't get much better than this in my opinion and Calibre is definitely the current leader.

" Henshaw Dub " like many Calibre releases benefits from being played very loud in order to hear the massive, proper dubby bass-lines he creates -- The King Tubby of Belfast! If you have it on low volume you may not even notice the b-line as it is buried so deep below. There's also a wicked, skankin' dubby effect, and a nice but also eerie melody that weaves in and out of the tune. What's also great is the vocal. It's also slightly eerie and very simple but perfectly compliments the rest of the track, infact it almost makes the track. Like King Tubby, Calibre also seems to have a great knack of finding the perfect vocals for his tunes.

" Henshaw Dub " is a great tune when you've had a smoke or three as it has a wicked " chillin " vibe. Another top quality Soul:R release.