Black uhuru botanical roots

Symptoms: Black sunken rot on young fruits originating from stem end or contact with a leaf; young fruit withering and dropping from plant; small, brown sunken lesions with light brown margins on ripening fruit.

Hideo Yamaki - Japan's most renown, respected and in demand drummer. Veteran of countless recording projects with the most celebrated pop / rock artists in the country and collaborations with Japanese icons, such as Ryuichi Sakamoto, Toshinori Kondo, DJ Krush, Akira Sakata and many others. Heard here in duet with legendary bassist / producer, Bill Laswell. A bass and drum dialog that explodes with fluid, spontaneous blasts of telepathy. Industrial, noise, dub, melodic, chaotic, all detonated by a sonic / rhythmic construct. An ever expanding diverse and dynamic matrix. To be continued. Recorded at The Stone, NYC, April 16th, 2016
edited & mixed @ Orange Music, West Orange, NJ
engineering: James Dellatacoma  artwork by Yoko Yamabe @ Ran Design
Hideo Yamaki management: Sakurako Yamaki executive producer: Giacomo Bruzzo
. Technologies support: Dave Brunelle 
. Technologies: Yoko Yamabe Digital only. Part of . Technologies: The Incunabula Series

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In 1660, the population of Jamaica was about 4,500 white and 1,500 black. [19] By the early 1670s, as the English developed sugar cane plantations and "imported" more slaves, black people formed a majority of the population. [20]

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