Throwback of the week: “Poco In The East Riddim” (1991), produced by Steely & Clevie
This thursday, we are bringing back to you a sample of the “Poco In The East Riddim,” produced by Steely & Clevie in 1991. The 10-track various artist compilation is also known as the “Poco Man Jam,” like Gregory Peck‘s dancing tune.
The sample you can download today features various songs by foundation artists. It includes tracks like “Trailer Load A Girls” by Shabba Ranks, “Nanny” by Capleton, “Shot A Talk” by Ninja Man and “Flip Up” by Lieutenant Stichie.
Its highly percussive build is very characteristic. Besides, it is a riddim that has passed the test of time. Indeed, it has recently been remade by Penthouse. The latter version is titled the “Poco Man Jam Riddim” and features nowadays generation artists like Assassin, Romain Virgo and many more.
Poco In The East
- Artist: Various Artists
- Genre: Dancehall
- Produced by: Steely & Clevie
- Music by: Wycliffe Johnson & Cleveland Browne
- Label: VP Records
- Release date: 1991
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- Poco Man Jam – Gregory Peck – 03:42
- Tie Me Again – Flourgon – 03:32
- When Yu Si Wi Come – Daddy Lilly – 03:27
- Bad Whud – Silver Fox & Jackie Chang – 03:39
- Fish Market – Steely & Clevie – 03:04
- Bad Boys (Who A Bad Boy) – Carl Meeks – 03:32
- Singer Roll Call – Daddy Lilly – 03:23
- Kill Them On The Border – Trevor Levy – 03:38
- Steely Can’t Bend – Steely & Clevie – 03:27
- My Whole World – Hopeton James – 03:23