Comment by: GENARAL IRIE Date: 2008-07-16 Comment: Lloyd Campbell's rhythm first released on his Spiderman label.
Comment by: Susan Date: 2007-09-28 Comment: Michigan & Smiley "One love in Jamaica"
Comment by: Date: 2007-06-17 Comment: whot an amazeing riddim...one of my all time fav, riddim ryda england avon
Comment by: ryda Date: 2007-05-12 Comment: whot an amazeing riddim...one of my all time fav, riddim ryda england avon
Comment by: ryda Date: 2007-05-12 Comment: there's also a 2005 version on special delivery, feat sizzla "good over evil" and natty king "for my people"...
Comment by: riddim junk Date: 2006-10-13 Comment: Jazzbo produced classic: Horace Ferguson - Sensi Addict. Check out the Sensi Addict album, some of the best early digi, predated sleng teng!
Comment by: solana Date: 2006-09-28 Comment: Lloyd Campbell produced for his own Spiderman label
Comment by: Susan De Leon Date: 2006-05-28 Comment: rebelmix did som resear on this, posted it to d.h.r. I've reported it below:
"the original to In A Dis Ya Time was Ronnie Davis's "Won't You Come Home" from 1975, also for Spiderman.
The Itals used it on "In A Dis Ya Time" in 1976 for their first recording.
The Tennors recording was the model for the riddim but was not actually issued until later.
Ronnie is the featured singer on the majority of Tennors recordings (and sings with the Itals as well)"
Comment by: :-) Selecta Date: 2006-03-25 Comment: Yes, I agree, it would be very very strange if the Itals cut was the original!
On the other hand, just the thought that Maple would be wrong is staggering :).
I haven't heard the Tennors tune, but if that is similar and before 80 when the Itals tune is cut then we know that at least that the Itals one is not the original.
Comment by: :-) Selecta Date: 2006-03-09 Comment: Wasn't this rhythm first used by the Tennors on their track "Baby Come Home"? I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure that track is older than the Itals "In a Dis Ya Time".
Comment by: Greg Corvi Date: 2006-03-07
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