We might not all be able to know the way to get on that righteous path but there are signals that could help us get there. These are ones found merely by observing that walk to it, in others. Adrian Sherwood’s experimental reggae and dub label On-U Sound wouldn’t have been what it came to be if he hadn’t felt divine inspiration from other sources. “Songs of Praise”, released a decade after the label’s creation, was the culmination of Adrian putting faith in an idea of a “psychedelic Africa”, one inspired by the visionary Fourth World music of “My Life in the Bush” by Brian Eno and David Byrne. That only gets you halfway. The true work and effort that allowed On-U Sound to reach that peak was derived from the hard toil of percussionist Bonjo Iyabinghi Noah who set a goal: create a new kind of experimental African music that could come from “a hole in the ground”, within the most humble places.