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Ganja Flower - EP Review

G.T. Moore has been making reggae music for the last thirty years. His Reggae Guitars were the first white group to succesfully create an authentic reggae sound, producing two albums for the major label Charisma in the early seventies. Over the years the multi-talented G.T. Moore has been much in demand as a session musician with such renown names as Lee 'Scratch' Perry and Sly & Robby. Besides that he also continued working on solo projects as can be witnessed on this brand new 10" disco release on Jah Rej's "Jah Works" label. G.T. Moore's "Ganja Flower" is a great and appealing song performed over a fresh, well laid riddim coming 'inna rockers stylee'. G.T. Moore's call for legalisation of the "Holy Herb" is already an underground classic as the song has been regularly played from Dub Plate Waxings by Jah Shaka Sound System (amongst others). Also the dub version is worth of hearing. The flipside contains Jah Rej's "Binghi In The Jungle" accompanied by its dub version. "Binghi In The Jungle" is a slow-paced haunting instrumental piece which incorporates a strong dark feel.

Teacher & Mr T, Reggae Vibes, 2003
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