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This is Prince Fatty and Shniece's homage to Lonnie Liston Smith's 1970s jazz-funk anthem, given reggae and dub treatments. A smooth, funky pro-peace prayer.

Stem Pack Contents:

This stem pack contains 8 x 24 bit / 44.1kHz WAV format audio files: bass stem, guitar chop stem, drum stem, pick guitar stem, organ stem, flute stem, piano stem, vocal stem. With vocals performed by Shniece McMenamin.

The tracks are live performances from start to finish, including full arrangements complete with intros and fills.

Fatty supplies these stem files dry and free from any effects, which enables you to create your own cosmic soundscapes, by adding reverb or delay to each instrument separately.

Reviews for EXPANSIONS:

 "Prince Fatty and Shniece have delivered again. One killer version of the Lonnie Liston Smith classic!"

- Craig Charles, The Craig Charles Funk And Soul Show, BBC 6Music

 "The man with an analogue attitude’s back with a super cool funk heavy track"

- Don Letts


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Copyright and usage notes:

All copyright is held by Prince Fatty and Lovedub Limited.

Commercially releasing, or profiting from, any recordings you have made using these stems is prohibited. This stem pack is designed as an educational and recreational tool for people to experience the endless possibilities of dubbing.

You cannot commercially exploit your own recordings, samples, or remixes made with these stems. You cannot sample the a cappella, or any part, for commercial recording or releases, even if you have made the instrumental.

You can remix these stems for fun at home and for use in free live performance to audiences. You can also post videos and music made with these stems for non-commercial distribution on the internet. This means you can, for example, post videos on YouTube or social media, of remixes or your live dubbing, but you cannot then monetise these videos with ads or paywalls. You should also credit Prince Fatty as creator of these stems, with a link to this website.

If you want to use these stems for a commercial purpose beyond this scope of education and fun, you should ask for permission by contacting us via the contact form on this website. We may then arrange a special licence to grant extra consents, on a case-by-case basis.

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