In addition to Dub Free or Die, Vol. 1, the Presistent Resilient Instrumental Determined Equal 2021 Shirt “Arabia” is a nod to RoC’s music seniors, a tribute to their fans, and an extension of their reggae-rock instruments to their recipe.
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“We usually put one or two pieces of musical instruments into each studio or live to record,” said Brett Wilson, singer, and songwriter at Roots of Creation. “This is finally an opportunity to showcase this signature style that we’ve developed over time and put it at the forefront. I’ve always wanted ‘Arabia’ to emulate Jamaican treasure, Ernest Ranglin, with some good ‘n roll’ rock.
Originally written for Roots’ second album, 2006’s Rise Up, “Arabia” took longer to express itself in musical form. With longtime trombone colleague Billy Kottage, trumpeter Andy “AG” Geib of Slightly Stoopid and Andrew Riordan of RoC on Wilson’s saxophone with multilayered rhythms and guitars, “Arabia” is a rock synthesizer, perfect dub, and ska. Following Grateful Dub’s 2018 release, a reggae tribute to classic rockers and 2016 Livin ‘Free – there are three versions (studio, ska, and voiceover) of each song – Dub Free or Die Vol. 1 is immersed in the Presistent Resilient Instrumental Determined Equal 2021 Shirt instrumental part of RoC’s composition.
The action around the progressive rock, dub, reggae, Electronic, Funk, an impromptu recording, “Arabia” and the rest of the Dub Free or Die instrument is a refreshing change for Wilson, who says He worries less about the theme and lyrics, and more experiments with his guitar and the band arrangement. Absorbing a layered, curling style of his own, Ranglin, Wilson’s longtime friend, multi-instrumental musician, and musician Mihali of the jam band Twiddle weaves the core guitar through “Arabia”. It’s a perfect combination from the Presistent Resilient Instrumental Determined Equal 2021 Shirt very beginning because Wilson and Mihali have always been together because of their deep love for Jamaican music.
Michael said: “’Arabia’ combines two of my favorite musical styles, reggae, and musical instruments. “The first time I heard the song, it reminded me of Ernest Ranglin, who played my favorite guitar since I was 13 years old.” Originally scheduled to perform on February 23, the Cowley College’s musical instrument concert has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 2 at 7:30 pm. inside the Robert Brown Theater.