Review: Easy Star All Stars, Rescue Rooms, by Tristan McSweeney
THROUGH reggae tinted glasses, dub heavy covers band Easy Star All Stars revisited Radiohead, The Beatles, Pink Floyd and even Michael Jackson at the Rescue Rooms on Tuesday night, the opening of their Thrillah tour.
The infectious Jamaican soaked groove was too much to resist as the crowd swayed, bobbed and *****ed from the off.
The eight piece reggae collective were in full force with essential trombone and sax support.
Pint sized keyboardist Big Bang stepped up the pace with Jacko's Wanna Be Startin' Somethin', with vocal leads shared.
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Soul loving Ras I Ray kept the bassline steady and made sure everyone felt the funk, from the back of the room to those dreadlocked heads nodding in front of the stage.
The dub kings enticed one girl on stage to serenade her with their take on the late Prince of Pop's duet with Paul McCartney, The Girl Is Mine.
Saving the best to last, guitarist Shelton Garner Jr stepped in to the spotlight with a blissful cover of Bob Marley's Redemption Song, before dropping the double treat of Billie Jean and Pink Floyd's Money.