The Wirebender presents Junior Dan – Interview and new album

The new The Wirebender show with an interview and tracks is an excursion into the warm world of Junior Dan, best explained in Simon Wade’s words:

part 1

“Wise up rise up from your slumber, it is time to make a stand,
Wise up rise up from your slumber, are we building bridges to nowhere?
This world is in confusion too many living with delusions, not knowing which way to turn.
We make such rash decision are we building bridges to nowhere?

Is this all a big mistake?

No money can fix times that’s past or wipe away tears that’s been shed
no way to fix yesterday or change the thing’s that’s been done

Wise up rise up from your slumber, it is time to make a stand,
Wise up rise up from your slumber, are we building bridges to nowhere?”

-“Wise up Rise up” from the LP Visions, Hi Try records

“Junior Dan (born Sydney Gussine) Born Kingston, Jamaica AKA Left-hand Basie is one of roots reggae’s most enigmatic, esoteric and progressive artists recording alongside the great and the good of reggae from Lee Perry to the Wailers through to pop stardom with Gorillaz as well as forging his own new releases. He has a new band and new album “Vision’s“

Junior Dan enabled by our mutual friend Rae Cheddie gave an interview to Simon.

The pictures of Junior Dan are by Max Well

part 2

“We end the show with some choice cuts from Ramrock records. Jo Wallace formed Ramrock Records in July 2014 and since then she has taken it from strength to strength.”

“Ghetto Priest has joined forces with Ramrock label owners Jo Wallace and Ashley Beedle to
give us a deep reality check with his original and highly astute ‘Life Ain’t Easy’ that reflects
the paranoia of our daily worldwide situations. Riding the riddim inspired by Dennis Brown’s
’72 Studio One classic ‘Easy Take It Easy.'”

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