Strictly analogue sounds from Stockport's Bakery Studio right here. Original UK roots style and fashion using vintage recording equipment, ¼” tape, spring reverbs and analogue delays, strictly live and direct business.
The A side Far As I Can See is an eight minute triple discomix, three versions rolling into each other. Vocalist City Culture originally hailing from Manchester, Jamaica, now resident in Manchester, England takes the lead vocal nicely. Followed by a soaring alto sax version from the mysterious Stally, and concluding with a masterful dub of the vocal side conducted by the mighty Breadwinner himself.
On side B Mr Landlord is reminiscent of Lee Perry's productions from the mid-70s Black Ark studios. This six minute discomix has an altogether different feel to the Side A. The mellow groove and vocals of fellow Manchester man Stevie carry you away as he sings about Al Breadwinner’s tormenting landlord. The dub once again comes courtesy of the Breadwinner, and this time it really gets crazy!