Charming minstrel of inter-racial harmony, Chris Combette is the author-composer of « Plein Sud », « Salambô », and ..La Danse de Flore ».
Chris.. story is, by essence, one of mixed races. Born in French Guyana, of Martiniquan parents, he has invented an identity across three continents : South America, Europe and the Caribbean.
As the artist is in constant movement, so his music comes to life and feeds off his travels.
Dub Incorporation is a French Reggae band which was founded in 1997. They sing their songs in French and partially in Arabic. The band comes from St. Etienne/France. There they started their career, but in the meantime they are further sucessfull in, for example, Germany.
Dub Incorporation has published 5 disks: Their first disk (Dub incorporation 1,1) was published in April 2000, the second (Version 1.2) followed in June 2001.
1. The Cougars were signed to Parlophone and their first single was a rockin' arrangement of Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake which they'd retitled Saturday Nite At The Duckpond. Two more singles and an EP followed but none of them matched the success of Duckpond which had climbed to a very respectable No.33 in the charts. The line-up throughout their short career: Keith Owen (lead), Dave Tanner (rhythm), Adrian Morgan (bass) and Dave Hack (drums). 2. A japanese Group Sounds band
Beat scholar, party scientist, ragga maniac, and remixer of singers from M.I.A. to Gregory Isaacs, DJ C continues to spread his fiercely eclectic gospel of crunkment, mashstep, ragga-bounce, and grime-hall across the land. He's been pumping out a series of records on U.S., U.K., and Japanese labels including a remix of M.I.A.'s U.R.A.Q.T. for her Galang 05 single on XL Recordings, as well as singles for Shockout, Community Library, and his own Mashit imprint. The tunes have been killing club sound-systems and airwaves worldwide.
There are at least two entries with the artist name 'Version': 1) 'Version' is a project by producers Charles Webster and and Martin 'Atjazz' Iveson. http://versionsounds.com 2) 'Version' refers to the instrumental backing every reggae track. Traditionally, the track with artist would be on Side A of a 45-RPM record; the "riddim" version of same track would appear on Side B. In modern times, where MP3s are much more popular than vinyl, the riddim appears at the end of a riddim release CD or MP3 release.