Tags : | Reggae | 12.30 MB

Description : Thoughts to the people who are considered dust beneath the corporate machine.


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  1. kkittredge
    kkittredge on Fri 31st Jul 2020 - 2 years ago

    this is sweet!
    a classic roots vibe with some nice jazz guitar

  2. KnightHeir
    KnightHeir on Sun 24th May 2020 - 2 years ago


  3. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Mon 22nd Jul 2019 - 3 years ago

    Interesting that you used the vocal you used, I was (very pleasantly) listening at work and the male voice came through...and made me sit up, eyebrows raised. :-) Your work, of course, is of great quality and this was easy listening. This will be played over and over while relaxing in the is thing called life. Always a pleasure visiting your place Dave. Pretty soon you're gonna have to start making muzic again, just so I don't run out of reasons to stop by. :-)

  4. Mosestone
    Mosestone on Sat 4th Aug 2018 - 4 years ago

    Are you still kicking ? this is magic, from the heart music ..

  5. Zazekina
    Zazekina on Wed 5th Apr 2017 - 5 years ago

    I really enjoyed listening this track!! I hope we can collaborate soon!!

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Zazekina, thank you for kind review I'm glad you enjoyed it, I'd like to listen to some of your material, I'm sure a collaboration would be cool! cheers Dave :)

  6. CitizenMofo
    CitizenMofo on Wed 8th Feb 2017 - 5 years ago

    Love this piece. Lot of great music and tasty guitar packed in to this track. The sax jumped out at me with a happy yelp of surprise. I like the subterranean vocals going on. And the fade to rain at the end is way cool. Excellent work.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks man! glad you liked it, much appreciate your support...cheers Dave :)

  7. AcousticIllusion
    AcousticIllusion on Thu 5th Jan 2017 - 5 years ago

    Truly art in motion.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Ahh, thank you very much!.. I do apologize for the late reply...all the best Dave :)

  8. hashmet
    hashmet on Mon 2nd Jan 2017 - 5 years ago

    wow , a feeling like im in a cafe in cuba and look across the way and see a hot girl dancing and flirten with her eyes on me :D
    very nice workkk

  9. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Fri 16th Dec 2016 - 5 years ago


    This is some good shit.

    0:21 and that first note is cool. Nice guitar playing and the reggae is strong and rather retro. Drums right back in the mix. I'd prefer them more forward, to bring the groove out, but I understand that choice.

    1:18-1:25 there may be a bit of clash between the bass and guitar as they're both rather active. It's good bass variety, all the same.

    1:33 saxy sound that's rather authentic even though I suspect it's not a real one.

    1:58 good strange, emphatic noise.

    2:08 nice, subtle guitar.

    I still want the drums to be more prominent but they're not and that's your choice.

    3:25 good vocal screamy stuff a little reminiscent of Floyd's The Great Gig In The Sky.

    I'm not that keen on the windy, rainy ending but it's not bad. I'm not keen on fadeouts in general and prefer something more definitive to round things off.

    This is some very authentic retro reggae that no one would know was made by one guy playing everything at a computer. So congrats on capturing that classic reggae essence and adding some additional, worldly "ethnic" flavour.

    Static Dreadmad

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Static thanks for dropping by man (mon)...I did place the drums back in the mix a little by design, more often than not the drum program (EZyDrummer) does a reasonable job but on this occasion it didn't quite have the exact spot on feel I was looking for even after I'd manipulated the rim shots etc. That's a Ciaramella an Italian member of the Oboe family you can hear, I'm always looking for different instruments to try....Your totally correct on the fade outs, I don't always use them but it is pure laziness when you come right down to it.."oh the song needs to end lets just fade it", jeez I've done that so often guilty as charged, you've put me on notice and I'll endeavour to do proper endings in the future....thanks again for your insightful review mate!..cheers Dave :)

  10. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Thu 15th Dec 2016 - 5 years ago

    Very thankful for this tune, since I hear it from the point of view of one of those specks of "dust." It's uplifting in all of the right ways, and gets me past all the BS quickly. The song made me wish I had been enjoying a glass pipe instead of my tobacco pipe, I'll just have to download it for later! Like someone mentioned, the bass sounded well intonated! Been fashioning a rosewood bridge for a guitar in the last couple of days, so I guess my mind is just on that sort of thing. This very much has a vintage reggae feel to me, and that is always a welcome surprise (one we don't get very often lately). Your performances were awesome! The vocal thing being a VST really surprised me, and considering it had pitch work done, it sounded quite good! Very fun to hear this one, and I will Fave and DL. Thanks for sharing it!

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Pat...glad you liked the tune mate, I took various parts of the vocal samples mainly the ending phrases and combined them with a little pitch correcting, man I wish I could sing it would make things way better (trouble is the only times I ever sung was when I was drunk and I gave up drinking ages ago, I need to get over my hangups and try it sober maybe! lol), good to hear your making instruments mate as you know it's so very satisfying getting hands on with your music in a literal sense as artistically...all the best mate cheers Dave :)

  11. ChrisFayers
    ChrisFayers on Mon 12th Dec 2016 - 5 years ago

    Thanks Dave, much appreciated!

  12. ChrisFayers
    ChrisFayers on Mon 12th Dec 2016 - 5 years ago

    I am putting together a radio stream in memory of my late son who died from cystic fibrosis and would very much like to use this track. He was into dub, house, reggae, trip hop and many things electronic. The stream, sonnypieradio.com will be ad free, and will not pay royalties, however I am happy to give you a credit and links. Hoping for your permission. Thank you. Chris

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hi Chris, thank you for stopping by mate, I'm very sorry to hear about your son, that truly must be a heart breaking burden for you to bear please feel free to use this track in your radio stream or for any other purpose you deem fit. kind regards Dave

  13. beerling1970
    beerling1970 on Tue 6th Dec 2016 - 6 years ago

    Love this track so much such a mellow sound Planetjazzbass


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Steve, thanks for the kind review mate much appreciated! cheers Dave :)

  14. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Tue 6th Dec 2016 - 6 years ago

    Really dig this one Dave. Brings back some memories of hanging with a few old band members and checking out different guitar music. I was never much into Reggae but one of the guys was always trying to get us to do some and was always playing us tunes from Marley, Dennis Brown, Mikey Dread and others. This undoubtedly has a fair amount of Jazz flavoring which I really enjoyed. Such a pleasant groove all the way through. Great listen , great track.

    "You be schoolin us reel goode mon !"

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Neo thanks man! a little bit of reggae always goes down well with a band...but playing too much will lead to the fire brigade knocking on your door! lol...all the best Dave :)

  15. flonut7
    flonut7 on Sun 4th Dec 2016 - 6 years ago

    shit this is my first comment on a reggae song. Thankfully its a dope piece of music so i dont mind lending a few words to the cause. Very unique styling with the guitar. Feels very organic and has obviously been put together with much emotion and artistry. Feels like it could benefit from a lil bit of repetition as strange as that might sound. I got a lil bit lost in the various switch ups and vocal sections. But very enjoyable and very different. strong work

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Flonut, thanks for the listen man very much appreciated!... I guess this track being essentially an instrumental in my eyes enabled me to act chromatically within it's structure something I quite often do, however I get what your saying and if it had of been constructed with a dedicated vocal presence I definitely would have steered the bias in that direction and not taken so free range approach...thanks again mate! cheers Dave :)

  16. Justze3
    Justze3 on Fri 2nd Dec 2016 - 6 years ago

    awesome piece of music,really liking the guitars reminds me of Black Uhuru's music from the early 70s

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Justze thanks man!..the 70's were my favourite years in many ways, I guess that makes me an old bastard! lol

    all the best cheers Dave :)

  17. janis71
    janis71 on Fri 2nd Dec 2016 - 6 years ago

    I don't know how you do that : your tracks always have that very special touch that makes them unique. I had a nice trip somewhere else while listening to it. Thanks a lot for the oxygen.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hi Janis, thank you for the very kind review! I guess like a lot of muso's I try to channel the experience while I'm playing and hopefully it gets me somewhere from where I started, if that makes sense....glad you enjoyed it all the best!

    cheers Dave :)

  18. joecramer
    joecramer on Fri 2nd Dec 2016 - 6 years ago

    Sehr schn!
    Yeah this is great. Really like this old style reggae mixed with the ethno and jazzy things. The sound is really well and the same can be said to the play skill.
    This was a pleasure to listen to. I bet that this one is something where a talented singer could do some nice vocals on.

    A really good reggae song.

    stay tuned

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Joe thanks man, yeah I'd love to have a good singer track over this or something similar, thanks again for taking the time to listen mate. all the best Dave :)

  19. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Thu 1st Dec 2016 - 6 years ago

    hey mon...welcome to d` island dis late evening.....is there anything you can`t do musically...reggae of a somewhat different class to my ears as I keep getting a wee sip of something jazzy...like the moon rising on the horizon....superb musicianship by all members of the band (named Dave)..lovely clean production with perfect levels & natural placement...To say this is damn good would be a big understatement....standing ovation from up North....Ed

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Ed thanks buddy!...went along to a Marley concert only because a friend of my sister's offered me free tickets..they were second row dead centre, a totally awesome experience for me...while I had always liked calypso and early Jamaican styles I'd never been exposed to full blown live reggae before, became an instant convert (along with most of western youth at that time) and still am, though Dubstep doesn't appeal to me..I wonder why. haha....thanks for your kind review mate much appreciated! cheers Dave :)

  20. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Thu 1st Dec 2016 - 6 years ago

    Whoa! Good Lord man! Dave, you did Kingston Jamaica very proud with this one. Wow, I never thought I would ever hear a quaility track like this on this site. It say commercially quality all over it. The bass guitar is tuned so sweetly. You really set the mood and atmosphere for a really authentic sounding Jamaican experience so much so that I caught myself literally daydreaming about being on the beaches of Kingston. I actually had to play again a second time to appreciate it. This song is very impressive, it reminded me of the Roots Reggae style I remembered as kid. It wasn't all just funk with me Dave in my childhood home, it was Jimmy Cliff, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Steel Pulse, Toots and the Maytals, Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Yellowman, Barrington Levy and I can go on and on. Just know you have captured that spirit. I was blindsided by this one because I did not expect a song at this level or quality that triggered found memories that were long forgotten. Excellent work Dave, I really love this song!!


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Joe thanks man!..I'm sure if we laid all our records side by side there'd be heaps of the same artists represented in both. There's also something inherently present in us older guys influences, we actually grew up listening to good music! haha. I guess every generation says that but nobody totally reinvents the wheel and in the end it comes down to our persistent memory's and what effected us the most in our formative years..judging by what passes for a lot of modern music I'd say the creators were lab rats and not naturally conceived! lol....seriously though Joe I very much appreciate your kind words because I know your a serious musician with deep understandings....all the best Dave :)

  21. traz75
    traz75 on Wed 30th Nov 2016 - 6 years ago

    Hi Dave!

    Nice one! I'm a bit surprised, by virtue of your loops i expect a lot more "dark" track, but this was pure fun. 5 mins passed very fast.

    Regards, traz

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Traz, thanks man! I'm always in a different mood I guess when I make loops, but it's really more to do with trying to do something in a very short space of time...cheers mate Dave :)

  22. theHumps
    theHumps on Wed 30th Nov 2016 - 6 years ago

    I know now why you changed your avatar, you have dreadlocks and they haven't quite grown out yet!! Well done Dave, has the feel of some authentic roots reggae. Mix is tight, as usual and I did like the creative intro. Mixed down to an album? ;)

    The corporate machine can't stop musicians from writing about their unscrupulous practices and not giving the worker a fair shake. I always liked the Clash for writing songs like Clampdown as it is about the corporations and their control over workers. It seems like it keeps getting worse and now in my country we have the same type of businessman as president elect. Say goodbye to more of my rights and benefits as a citizen. Bastards!! Now I'm wound up,lol.

    Always a pleasure, take care!


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Wayne thanks buddy!...I've always liked reggae, calypso and the folk styles they originated from, not so keen on dubstep and all the contemporary derivatives though! haha..some hippy type chick plaited my hair once in the early seventies but she didn't last long and neither did the hair style! lol...don't know what to make of your new President, thought to be fair he hasn't actually done anything yet, whatever it is it's bound to effects us all one way or another...cheers mate much appreciated.
    Dave :)

  23. Anubis
    Anubis on Wed 23rd Nov 2016 - 6 years ago


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks man! cheers :)

  24. crucethus
    crucethus on Mon 21st Nov 2016 - 6 years ago

    Sweet. Just nicely tasteful reggae style from the late sixties early seventies sound. I used to go to a reggae night back in the day back in the states and watch this band do covers. There version of Hey Joe kicked ass, and the lead singer could also play a soprano and an alto sax at the same time. quite a feat. What I love about this is the bass work is awesome. The first part of the phrase is traditional reggae and you end the second part of the phrase with scalar jazz, brilliant composition. I did not realize you released a tune with the word Dread in it as I put out an ambient tune called Dread, But ever since Halloween we have been on a mental simpatico that is a bit spooky. My song was about the dread people might be feeling after the US election. Your dread song is much more uplifting and musically equates some hope. Congrats on another great piece of work Dave.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Steve thanks mate!..same track names different inflections, haha when I hear the word dread it's always pronounced with a Rastafarian lilt, no wot I'm talkin about mun (accompanied by sound of big spliff getting lit up in background)....it's kind of sad that Dubstep has replaced what used to be occupied by reggae but that's life, a cousin of mine recently spent two years working in the Seychelles and sent me heaps and heaps of their local music which is very reggae based but way more pop oriented, sort of reggae without the ganja! lol...ah me no partake of de erb dees dayz mun doze rastas wud tink I'ma crazy mon mun!...cheers mate Dave :)

  25. Evisma
    Evisma on Mon 21st Nov 2016 - 6 years ago

    Great example of Less Is More. As a constant violator, I need to learn from this. Your instrumentation is always pretty exposed and what it should be,... recorded properly. These tones are not "fix it in the mix" tones. Sure, some eq and other touches, but this hasn't been manhandled and bastardized by radical eq. Sounds very natural, organic. Something I've yet to achieve. Good stuff, indeed.

    Take care.


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Evan thanks man!..I have to admit it always befuddles me when I hear members here talking about cutting, boosting and manipulating the bejeesus out of audio why cannibalise whats already there and probably screw it up in the process...I like the less is more comment, originally I was thinking about incorporating an organ passage but it just weighed everything down so I left it out...thanks again mate much appreciate the kind words...cheers Dave :)

  26. Theshlin
    Theshlin on Sun 13th Nov 2016 - 6 years ago

    loving this beat dude

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks man glad you enjoyed it, cheers Dave :)

  27. felixamodeo
    felixamodeo on Sun 13th Nov 2016 - 6 years ago

    Very chill. Nice work.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Cool mate, thanks for the listen....cheers Dave :)

  28. BLEEP
    BLEEP on Sun 13th Nov 2016 - 6 years ago

    i don't know if it's my sound system or yours VST plugins but i have too much reverb on some intruments during the first part of your track (until 01:36).

    Nice track, really groovy with magic feeling


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey Bleep thanks man, yes the reverb was a little strong in that first part as I'd been listening to a lot of Marley's very early work and it had very similar rhythm guitar verb, backed off it after awhile though...cheers mate Dave :)

  29. PortraitOfABlackHole
    PortraitOfABlackHole on Sun 13th Nov 2016 - 6 years ago

    Very nice, Were those your vocal chords or was that a sample? Downloaded.

    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Thanks man glad you enjoyed the tune, the vocals come from a Vsti, Native Instruments Ethno World, I had to slice them and do a slight repitch to get tuning continuity...cheers Dave :)

  30. FBeatz46
    FBeatz46 on Sun 13th Nov 2016 - 6 years ago


    Reply by Planetjazzbass

    Hey thanks KingB!....glad you enjoyed it man....cheers Dave :)

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