Rebel Control | Jammin At Rebel H.Q.

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Jammin At Rebel H.Q.

by Rebel Control

Already described as "The direction reggae music should be heading'. and "Amazing- true artists" by those in the know. This band look set for big things.
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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1. One Life
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Album Notes
Rebel Control evolved from the now notorious reggae jams held by Andy Baron and Concrete Johnson in a derelict shop in West London

Andy kick-started his youthful musical career as an MC with various sound systems and in 2001 was enticed by the allure of Jamaica where he honed
his prodigious talents recording debut solo album "Believe In Yourself."

Regularly performing as a solo artist and with his then band (The Believers) throughout England, France, Czech Republic and Jamaica, Andy has graced major festival stages alongside reggae monoliths, Steel Pulse, Horace Andy, Morgan Heritage and Culture, whilst developing a burgeoning reputation as
a major league frontman and vocalist.

Concrete Johnson picked up his beloved bass at the tender age of thirteen, subsequently performing on a myriad of studio ventures, recently recorded with Jah Bunny (Trojan label drumming legend) as well as songwriting stints with N'Dea Davenport (Brand New Heavies).

Having commandeered a squatted derelict shop in West London, Rebel Control proceeded to host their notorious jam sessions, attracting the
finest British based reggae musicians including Richie Stevens, Jeff Scantlebury, Winston Rollins, Tim Cansfield and Milton Myrie whom collectively have performed and recorded with Maxi Priest, Aswad,
Shaggy, Eddy Grant, Soul 2 Soul and countless others.

2007 saw an independently released, lovers rock version of the John Legend hit Ordinary People - described by Reggae Arena as ''a reggae jewel'' and garnered huge online and specialist radio support from Europe and America.

A fateful encounter with producer Mike Pelanconi (Lily Allen, Gregory Isaacs) led to Mike mixing a selection of sizzling tracks from the band’s studio sessions, culminating in their eagerly anticipated debut album,
JAMMIN AT REBEL H.Q. scheduled for release in March 2009.


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joseph rea

jammin at rebel H.Q.
I have followed Andy Baron and Concrete Johnsons music for over two years now, befriending through the music, and myspace.
Now we have a great reggae band "REBEL CONTROL" and ive waited for this album to be completed, and it has been well worth the wait, for a debut album its brilliant, the production is fabulous,the musicians perfect, the lyrics are thought prevoking, heartwarming, and inspiring, the vocals are fantastic.
For me its my album for the summer, you just cant keep still while you play it, which has to be played load with the bass cranked up, beautiful is all I can say, buy it, take it to a party and play it load, the party will be jumpin.
this is a great album , its reggae at its best , its now, the present, and as they who know say, the present is a gift thats why its the present!
my favourite track if i had to pick one is " RISE UP " as its 6.55 long, a classic, but then the whole album is a classic , that might just be me, but i dont think im wrong.
cheers to Rebel Control. Joe :-)