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    Rhythm & SoundSee Mi Yah 7" Set

    Label:
    Burial Mix – none
    Format:
    7 x Vinyl, 7", Compilation
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    Tracklist

    BM-14 ARhythm & Sound w/ Willi WilliamsSee Mi Yah
    VocalsWilli Williams
    BM-14 BRhythm & Sound w/ Jah Cotton*Dem Never Know
    VocalsJah Cotton*
    BM-15 ARhythm & Sound w/ Freddy MellowTruly
    VocalsFreddy Mellow
    BM-15 BRhythm & SoundTruly Version
    BM-16 ARhythm & Sound w/ Rod Of IronLightning Storm
    VocalsRod Of Iron
    BM-16 BRhythm & SoundSee Mi Version
    BM-17 ARhythm & Sound w/ Sugar MinottLet Jah Love Come
    VocalsSugar Minott
    BM-17 BRhythm & Sound w/ KokiRise And Praise
    VocalsKoki
    BM-18 ARhythm & Sound w/ Bobbo ShantiPoor People Must Work
    VocalsBobbo Shanti
    BM-18 BRhythm & Sound w/ Walda GabrielBoss Man
    VocalsWalda Gabriel
    BM-19 ARhythm & Sound w/ Ras Donovan & Ras PerezLet We Go
    BM-19 BRhythm & SoundLet We Go Version
    BM-20 ARhythm & Sound w/ Paul St. HilaireFree For All
    VocalsPaul St. Hilaire
    BM-20 BRhythm & SoundFree For All Version
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    Contains the seven 7" Singles on the "See Mi Yah" Rhythm (BM14-BM20) shrinkwrapped together as one set

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Other (Record 1 Cat#): BM-14
    • Other (Record 2 Cat#): BM-15
    • Other (Record 3 Cat#): BM-16
    • Other (Record 4 Cat#): BM-17
    • Other (Record 5 Cat#): BM-18
    • Other (Record 6 Cat#): BM-19
    • Other (Record 7 Cat#): BM-20

    Other Versions (3)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    See Mi Yah (CD, Compilation)Burial MixBMD-4Germany2005
    See Mi Yah (LP, Compilation)Burial MixBMLP-4Germany2005
    See Mi Yah (CD, Compilation, Promo, Cardboard Sleeve)Burial MixBMD-4Germany2005

    Reviews

    keithvarney's profile picture
    keithvarney
    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)
    lajoula's profile picture
    lajoula
    Edited 4 years ago
    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. "
    Kyojiro's profile picture
    Kyojiro
    Edited 16 years ago
    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?
    paichon's profile picture
    paichon
    Edited 16 years ago
    Yes, you´ll find the same rhythm in all songs here, but with different pulse in each one; in this kind of music the details are very important, and here they are continuously changing. It´s a progression of 46 minutes where you travel around different landscapes, and must be understood as a long jam, a big trip in dubworld with each narrator taking your hand to drive you to a new story. Deep and spiritual, it's two steps above the rest, a meeting point for innovation and tradition. You'll hardly find a better reggae/dub release this year.