the PEPPER POTS - Swingin' Sixties - CD
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"The Pepper Pots" were born in the torrid summer of 2002 with the challenge of recovering the sounds and looks of the Jamaican bands of the 60's. In just six months they stepped into the recording studio to register their first demo and as a result they had the opportunity to share stage with big names of the scene: Laurel Aitken, Winston Francis, Dave Barker...
It is not until 2004 when the band went professional after gaining experience on the road and adding new members. It is at this moment when "The Pepper Pots", now fronted by a female trio of vocalists, went back to the studio to capture their first album: "Swingin' Sixties", edited by Brixton Records. It is a disc that unmistakably exhibits the wide variety of sounds that washed the shores of Jamaica during the 60's and 70's: Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae and Soul.
With extreme care to the last detail and featuring a precise image "The Pepper Pots" prove that in times of musical standardization it is possible to return to the naturality and coolness of the classic sounds.