Jahmings Maccow

Jahmings Maccow

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World - Reggae/Carribean | Toluca Lake, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,900   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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The Enforcers Featuring: Jahmings Maccow

The Enforcers was a South Bronx based reggae band. In the Winter/Spring of 1983 after the separation of Catch-A-Fire, Jahmings Maccow's previous band. B.T. Express Band road manager Joe met with Jahmings to discuss and arrange a meeting with Columbia Records A&R Barry at his office on 51st Street in Manhattan about recording some songs. The meeting took place sometime in late February or early March, and Barry discussed with Jahmings about recording "Fever," a song written by: Joe Tex and done by: Peggy Lee. After the meeting Joe gave Jahmings a "2" inc. tape to start the recording procedures. Jahmings took a vinyl 45 recording copy of Fever done by: Peggy Lee down to Brooklyn to his bass player & producer friend Paul Henton's appartment to take a listen. After listening to the recording several times over, Paul asked Jahmings what kind of feel or ideas he had for the song.

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The Enforcers Mini CD Release
Liquidcyber Records is due to release (Shanty Town Rock ) By: The Enforcers Featuring Jahmings Maccow on August 30, 2007. The tracks of this Mini CD was originally recorded at Quadrasonic Recording Studio, 723 7th Avenue, New York City. Overdubs, Mixing and Mastering were done at The Treefort Recording Studio by: Award Winner Producer Chris Julian in California.