Monday, June 5, 2017

Judy Nylon & Crucial "Pal Judy" 1982



This gem by Judy Nylon & Crucial from 1982 is very overlooked and never got a reissue (legal). Some call this album "rock reggae", to me that term sounds horrible and unlistenable. The music on this album is very dark and moody (sounds a bit like Siouxsie & The Banshees goes dub), has a nice post-punk vibe with a lot of dub (and deep reggae beat as well). I hope someone will re-release this lovely album in the near future. Groovy!

Enjoy! 

6 comments:

  1. Siouxsie & The Banshees goes dub, you say? Right up my alley says I! Cheers!

    -Xtm

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  2. Amen to a reissue! Check out all the amazing records that bandleader "Crucial" Tony Phillips played on:

    discogs.com/artist/1559997-Tony-Phillips-2?filter_anv=0&type=Credits

    As well as the late Sean "Hogg" Oliver:
    discogs.com/artist/33814-Sean-Oliver?filter_anv=0&type=Credits

    And keyboardist Nick Plytas:
    discogs.com/artist/133739-Nick-Plytas?filter_anv=0&type=Credits

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    1. Thanks for the Tony Philips links! :-)

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    1. Yes, it's very easy to get hooked on the album:-) and SO strange it's not got a reissue. There is only a bootleg-cd from about 1989/1990 in small circulation.

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