SupaDupaStank / Deal With It – Rhythm Rhyme Revolution – 7″ Record (Limited Edition – 300 Pressed)


A side: ‘SupaDupaStank’ has the interweaving sax of Jake Telfson and the majestic mouth organ of multi-instrumentalist Gareth Tasker erupting through the layers of the groove ridden arrangement like consistent currents of electricity, highly charged and full of energy. Barrie Sharpe and Betty Steeles add their vocal interjections towards the end in a glorious kind of marginal coherence. It reminds me of the prime of Eric Burdon’s War. (The words of Emrys Baird – ‘Blues & Soul’)


B side: ‘Deal With It’ is an outstanding piece of music. Surprisingly Jazzy – rarely heard of within Sharpe’s musical repertoire. The slinky vocals of Betty Steeles add a sweeter dimension to the overall sound. This one is more hard-hitting and moody – with Gareth’s simmering bass over a slow burning groove. All tied together with Jakes jazz sax lick throughout the track. (The words of Emrys Baird – ‘Blues & Soul’)

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Rhythm Rhyme Revolution are back with another cracking double A side 45 – sounding even more seasoned than the trilogy of exemplary albums that they have released.

Sharpe and co are essentially reasserting how masterly group improvisation rooted in intent social commentary feels fresh and at times provocative. They consistently release subtle groove inflected dance music of the highest order and show no signs of letting up. (The words of Emrys Baird – ‘Blues & Soul’)

Betty Steeles – vocal
Gareth Tasker – musicianship
Jake Telfson – Saxophone
Fritz Catlin – final dynamical audio tweaks
Alison Letang – dancer
Barrie Sharpe – production/mix/vocal
Sharpeye – video direction/production/edit


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