Various ‎– Live At Soul All Dayer Of The Century

LGR Records ‎– RMLP-2005
Vinyl, LP


A1 Main Attraction (2) Main Attraction
A2 Main Attraction (2) Main Attraction
A3 Main Attraction (2) Main Attraction
A4 Main Attraction (2) Main Attraction
A5 Main Attraction (2) Main Attraction
A6 Beat Freak (5) Beat Freak
B1 Beat Freak (5) Beat Freak
B2 T.N.T. (16) T.N.T.
B3 Beat Freak (5) Beat Freak
B4 T.N.T. (16) T.N.T.
B5 T.N.T. (16) T.N.T.
B6 Beat Freak (5) Beat Freak



From the sleeve:
Britain's first Soul & Hip Hop Sound-Systems Live Recordings from Hammersmith (1.1.87) & Acton (24.4.87) Town Halls.
These are live recordings from two Soul All Dayer of the Century events in London 1987. The track titles represent the various Sound Systems that were present and each track is a segment of their sets.

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August 12, 2019
Track listing is wrong. Main Attraction is the B Side and Beat Freak / TNT is the A Side, not the reverse that is listed here. Evidence can be clearly seen in the pictures of the vinyl labels.


August 15, 2015
From a recent DJ Ron interview "Somebody put out this seminal piece of vinyl for one of the events; I think it was the one at Acton Town Hall. We recorded it in the studio but we gave people the impression that it was the recording from the Town Hall and it’s called All Dayer of the Centuries"


May 29, 2015
edited over 4 years ago
'One time for the foghorns' came from B1. This is a fascinating audio snapshot of both UK hip hop and a high-profile sound system clash of (then) titans. Full of amazing live blends: Millie's 'My Boy Lollipop' meshed with electro for example. Mike West and Beat Freak take the plaudits from me for slicker cutting and most audacious choice of tunes, notably Pablo Gad's 'Hard Times' spliced into Bam's 'Planet Rock': 'now when I was a youth I used to..'!