||Cinema Sonics CD (2008) |
Jazwad albums Doug Wimbish's long-awaited second solo album, following 1999's 'Trippy Notes for Bass'. He recruits many big musical mates, including Shara Nelson (Massive Attack), Adrian Sherwood, Bernard Fowler, Bernie Worrell, Skip McDonald, Keith Leblanc, and Wil Calhoun. 'CinemaSonics' is filled with his virtuosity, electronics, and signature ambient sound, but also showcases his melodic, ...
||Wonders and Sign CD (2000) |
Jazwad songs Nigel Staff, Diavallan Feron, Paul Crossdale (keyboards); Sly, Cleevy, Paul Edmund (drums); Lukie D, Jennifer Lara (background vocals).
Recorded at King Jammy's Recording Studio and Digital B Recording Studios, Kingston, Jamaica.
Engineers include: Fatman, Snakie, Trixie.
Personnel: Yami Bolo (vocals); Erinie Wilks (guitar); Dean Fraser (saxophone); Steelie, Jazwad, Mafia, Danny Browne (keyboards, bass);
||Up in Fire CD (2002)
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Recorded at Anchor Recordings & The Mixing Lab, Jamaica & HC&F Recordings, New York, New York.
Audio Remixer: DJ Bootleg.
Liner Note Author: Dusty Hughston.
Recording information: Anchor Rec., Jamaica; HC&F Rec., NY; Mixing Lab, Jamaica.
Editor: Boots Hughston.
Personnel includes: Sizzla (vocals); Sly Dunbar (bass); M. Collins, H. Wright, J. Gibbs, Jazwad, O. Bryan, Dia, Chris Burch, Raff.
||Right Road CD (2004) |
Jazwad CD discography Audio Mixers: Bertie Grant; Fitz "Wizard" Blake.
Liner Note Author: John Masouri.
Recording information: The Cave Studios, London, England.
Personnel includes: Glen Washington, Sly & Robbie, Jazwad, Mafia & Fluxy, Computer Paul.
Personnel: Dalton Browne, Ernie Wilks (guitar); Ray Carless (saxophone); Brian Edwards (alto saxophone); Jay Phillips (trumpet); Trevor Edwards, Winston Rollins (trombone); Computer Paul (keyboards, drums); Fitz "Wizard" ...
||Lyrically Rough CD (1996) (Import) United Kingdom|
Jazwad albums After achieving crossover success with his first U.S. album, 1994's Yaga Yaga, colorfully nicknamed DJ Terror Fabulous returned to his base with the follow-up. Gone were the hip-hop beats and the duets with reggae lovermen like Maxi Priest and Wayne Wonder, replaced by a much harder-edged collection of basic dancehall more focused on the star's ...
||For Every Kinda People CD (1997) |
Jazwad discography Singer-DJ combinations are always lots of fun, especially when the DJ has the sampling smarts and booming delivery of Chaka Demus. Pliers' singing voice isn't world-class, but it's serviceable. The pair's taste in cover versions is impeccable -- having already released a fine version of "Twist and Shout" as a mid-'90s single, they check in ...
||Come Back Again CD (1996) |
Jazwad CD discography All songs written by P. Blake and Bobby Dixon except "When I Say I Need You" (P. Blake/Bobby Dixon/A. Fairclough).
Recorded at Digital B Studio, Kingston, Jamaica.
Personnel: Frankie Paul (vocals, background vocals); Mikey Spice (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Bobby "Digital" Dixon; Howard Walker.
Recording information: Digital B Studio; Kingston, Jamaica.
Photographer: David Corio.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Paul Crosdale; Computer Paul; ...