Who can resist this name and title: "Heavenless“(Roots Garden) by Vin Gordon & The Real Rock Band? Whoever starts the first track asks himself immediately whether he is dealing with the original from 1968. The sound scrambles like Studio One, the heavenless bassline pumps and above it Vin Gordon's majestic jazz trombone. But no, the recordings are brand new! Nobody less than Master Producer and Dub-Veteran Nick Manasseh asked Mr. Gordon into the studio to record five new compositions in addition to the reinterpretation of "Heavenless" and "Revenge" (a track he originally recorded for Yabby You in 1974). And as with all plants in the Roots Garden, this one is also beautiful. Historical sound in the technical perfection of 2016. By the way: Prince Fatty and Nick Manasseh currently seem to want to outdo each other in the art of creating the perfect reggae retro sound. With "Heavenless", Mr. Manasseh is in the lead again. For the sake of order, it should be mentioned: Instead of regular Dubs, as expected, we are dealing with instrumentals on this short but strong album.