The Horseman Rides Again

By: The Super 20
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“The Horseman Rides Again” by The Super 20 is a classic, triumphant horn-led anthem in a 4-on-the-floor roots reggae style. Bandleader and saxophonist Lee Hamilton cites that this track was the result of inspiration drawn from the Joe Hibbs’ album ‘Life of a Contradiction’ as well as studying the roots, rhythms, and vibrations of reggae legends such as Rico Rodriguez and Tommy McCook. Hamilton worked with producer/engineered by Craig Welsch to create the group’s debut EP ‘Winds of Wareika.’ Connecting through their past work with John Brown’s Body, both Hamilton and Welsh are luminaries in the modern dub/reggae scene who share a vision of crafting music that authentically feels good and capturing those feelings to tape.

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