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Is This The Greatest Reggae Riddim Bass Line Of All Time?

By Don Chandler : “Sister Nancy’s ‘You Bam Bam’ and Tenor Saw’s ‘Ring The Alarm’ stand as monumental tracks in the annals of reggae music, both riding on the waves of the legendary Stagalag Riddim, also known as Stalag 17. Much like the unsung heroes of Motown, the Funk Brothers, the contributions of The Soul Syndicate band to this iconic riddim have lingered largely unrecognized. The bass line of this riddim, arguably the most celebrated in the realm of reggae, raises the question of the master behind its creation.

Understanding the rhythm that drives these riddims sheds light on the construction of reggae bass lines. In my video, I dissect this emblematic bass line, illustrating its significance and encouraging you to learn its nuances. Riddim Up.

The music often queried by viewers in the background of my videos is always my original Riddims. For this video, the background features the original instrumental of ‘Ready For Love’ by Morgan Heritage, a track that ventured into new Rub A Dub territories once Morgan Heritage added their vocals.” on the track.

‘Ready For Love’ by Morgan Heritage


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