Rough and fresh vocal cut by Wheeler in his totally unique style on the so-called "Turtle Riddim" by
the Maffi homeboys, better
first Maffi-7" (Mikey Murka's long gone "Downpressor
is already a rare collector's item by now.
"Breeze Blow" was recorded at Swallofield, Kingston, by
Selectah Easy T Jam from Esperanza sound
stay in Jamaica almost a year ago. The ultra-productive
posse around Black Warrior,
I Bogle, I David, Wildlife,
Triple D and - of course - Mr. Wheeler came up with tons
of dynamite tracks
on loads of fresh riddims during those 4 months, some of them
are destined to appear on vinyl soon.
Wheeler runs a small shop for beer, juice, ice and
cigarettes near the entrance of the Swallofield Ghetto.
The lyrics of "Breeze Blow" were created together with
Black Warrior and some other singers, who live around
Wheeler's place and drop by all the time. Recorded with
most minimum equipment and in a 100% yardstyle
this rough and unforgettable tune comes
green to haunt
On the right: funky playback session with Wheeler in his
shop - making it the coolest (and smokiest) shop ever!
More fun pics
from the recording sessions over HERE!