Pressure Cooker | I Want To Tell You

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I Want To Tell You

by Pressure Cooker

This is the second release from Boston's premiere roots reggae band, featuring 12 original cuts of crucial reggae, rocksteady and ska music. Lyrically concious with tight melodies and rhythms.
Genre: World: Reggae
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1. Carry Me
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2. Hillside
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3. Sweet Rain
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4. London Bridge
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5. Seven Years
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6. Hipstacrit
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7. Refugee
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8. Space:1999
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9. Cuando Vaya
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10. Never Alone
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11. Old School
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12. Breathing Room
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13. Nice and Easy
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Pressure Cooker's second album "I Want to Tell You" was released in February 2001 following up the band's self titled debut. The album contains 12 new crucial Pressure Cooker cuts, including live favorites such as "Carry Me", "Refugee", "Hillside" and "Never Alone". The band also explores a range of musical territory on tracks such as "Cuando Vaya", "Old School", and "Space 1999." Driven by the skilled and soulful voice of Craig Fujita, backed by the tight melodies & rhythms of the Pressure Cooker players, the second release demonstrates a wide musical versatility, knit together with lyrically concious themes.

Pressure Cooker came together in January of 1997 to form a nine-piece group that creates and performs a unique blend of rock-steady reggae music. Their sound draws upon the traditional Jamaican reggae movements of the sixties and seventies, and their songwriting draws influence from a broad base of American pop music.


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Justin Francis


I love Pressure Cooker. They are fantastic musicians who clearly draw on jazz training to create technically perfect music. This album has rocksteady and ska intermingled in their usual way. This album has some irresistable head-bobbers in "Hipstacrit", "Carry Me" and my favourite "Refugee". Whenever a song is fantastic musically as well as lyrically, I find it ascends to a higher level. "Refugee" decries the gentrification process so many of us see here in North America.

A great album with great lyrics from a great band.