Never Ever / Come Down

Liquidator Music
Mango Wood


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Never Ever / Come Down

The ‘Boss Reggae’ masters from Madrid repeats with Liquidator Music label by releasing this new 7” single with two brand new studio recordings to feed our souls.

With this new disc Mango Wood walks by the years ’68 - ’72 with two new tunes placed on both edges.

On one hand they present ‘Never Ever’, a late Rock Steady, where some later sounds can be noticed, as the organ that marked the change from Rock Steady to Reggae.

And, in the other hand, we can find ‘Come Down’, a Reggae track a bit away from the Early Reggae sounds, getting a bit darker, like from 1972, with more complex rhythm patterns that marked the end of a crucial era in Jamaican music’s history.

We already knew both tunes fro their live shows and now they are available in this single pressed on limited vinyl to 500 copies worldwide.


A. Never Ever
B. Come Down