For 'Sounds Almighty', this time English producer Al 'Breadwinner' Redfern invited jazz saxophonist Nat Birchall to his Manchester based Bakery Studio. Nat may have been a serious fan of Jamaican music since he bought his first reggae album in 1972; this is still only his first attempt at playing reggae himself. The duo first recorded the drum and bass sequences, and then added guitar, organ and piano overdubs. Last but certainly not least, Nat composed the horn arrangements and for a fuller sound also decided to invite trombone veteran Vin 'Don Drummond Jr. Gordon along for the ride: "The trombone is THE horn for reggae music, its sound is very deep and expressive, a very dread sound!". At that time Gordon had just been collaborating with trumpeter David Fullwood (Zion Train) and decided to involve him in the project as well. The result is one heck of an instrumental album with a vintage sound instantly evoking memories of similar classics like Rico Rodriguez' 'Man From Wareika', 'The Light Of Saba' by Cedric 'Im' Brooks & The Light Of Saba or 'King Tubby Meets The Agrovators At Dub Station' by Tommy McCook & The Aggrovators. We'd like to leave the final judgment to Vin Gordon: "You know, I came up with the great hornsmen of Jamaica like Tommy McCook, Roland Alphonso and Lester Sterling. I don't hear that sound too much nowadays, but now I hear it again, with you.". Absolute gem!