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Solid Bronze Vs Lee Scratch Perry

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Solid Bronze Vs Lee Scratch Perry
Solid Bronze Vs Lee Scratch Perry


Limited edition yellow vinyl. Delaware Valley's psychedelic funkateers Solid Bronze are releasing their debut album The Fruit Basket in the summer of 2019. The first single "The Invisible Man" is being released as a limited edition 7" vinyl including a Lee "Scratch" Perry remix before the album drops. The album was recorded at a relaxed pace by Mickey Melchiondo (Ween, Dean Ween Group, Moistboyz) at his studio in Lambertville, NJ with, produced by Dean Ween along with singer/songwriter Chris Harford. Solid Bronze's founding members are Ian Everett and George Miller, who composed these songs as bass and drums duo, using naked rhythm as the focus and cornerstone in the recording process. Miller provided all the drums and percussion and Everett was responsible for bass, guitar and lead vocals. "The Invisible Man" single features Music Hall of Fame guitarist Michael "Kidd Funkadelic" Hampton (Parliament, Funkadelic), and Atlanta-based hip hop artist CLEW on vocals. Here is what the people involved are saying about it: Dean Ween: "This is the dopest band and their record is the dopest record you'll hear this year!" Lee "Scratch" Perry: "I was having great fun in Negril (Jamaica) working on the Solid Bronze remix...Funk meets Dub...Funky Funk to skunky Dub that's what's up! I only Dub righteousness and Dub Godlyness and I Dub righteous people. Have fun and play this dubby music until you heal from your pain and regain your brain and feel Happy Happy in Jesus name!" Solid Bronze (Ian Everett): "Watching Kidd Funkadelic, whose records I've listened to since I was a teenager, sit right in front of me and play guitar all over our songs is a lifetime memory. All of this and what might be the most unreal moment to me was hearing 'The Invisible Man' remixed by the one and only Lee "Scratch" Perry".
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