Josey Wales scored his first hit with producer Henry "Junjo" Lawesand more followed, with most gathered up on his debut album, Outlaw. Backed by the Roots Radics ' superb versions of a stream of melody-strewn classics, and enhanced by Lawes ' dubby, militant production, the DJ arrived in style.
However, for his follow-up, Wales was now self-confident enough to strike out on his own. Its predecessor was laced with the Radics ' sweetest sounds, with the arrangements conjuring up much of the sparkle of the originals.
And even though the High Times Band was also set loose on melody-strewn gems from the past, they laid down much tougher backings than the Radics that in their own way better suited the DJ's own style. Only on the title track does the group slip into more luxurious stylings, but even so, Wales deliberately eschews singing along with the rich melody. Because of this music, "It Have fe Sail" straight into the dancehalls, and the DJ wants to toughen it up yard-style.
That number is one of the roughest on the set, and "Eden a Try" the most threatening, as Wales Mláďatá - Elán - Komplet 1 clarifies just who is the toughest of the tough.
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