East of the River Nile - A Pablo
Blackboard Jungle - L Perry and The Upsetters
Dangerous Dub - Roots Radics and King Tubby
Dub Conference Vol.1 - Harry Mudie and King Tubby
asstro said:Kind of suprised to see that the Aswad is a respected record, I've loved that record for 20+ years but never really heard anyone give it props, I just assumed because it wasn't from JA.
Here's my choice, hate all you want:
p_gunn said:you guys are all sleeping/fucking up when it comes to scientist tho... all those greensleeves cartoon character records suck eggs compared to these 2...
hogginthefogg said:Ooooh, that Hugh Mundell is so killer!
I'm gonna break all the rules and add all four chapters of Joe Gibbs African Dub All Mighty.
Rhythm & Sound
pcmr said:you guys have named pretty much everything i wanted to post
however it's encouraging me to finish this dub mix i've been crafting for a minute
bassie said:The 10s get really same-y after a while, but of course that didn't stop me from buying them.
This is lovely:
The_Hook_Up said:out of the half-dozen dub 45s I own, this is my favorite
THE LEGENDARY SKATALITES IN DUBIn 1975 Lloyd Brevett organised some jamming sessions at his Kingston home involving almost all of the remaining Skatalites (Don Drmmond of course had tragically died and Jackie Mittoo was out of the country). These were followed up by sessions at Lee Perry's Black Ark, and Aquarius Studio, resulting in the release of an instrumental album, The Legendary Skatalites (1975). Soon after, a dub set, Herb Dub Collie Dub, appeared in very limited numbers. In 1998 Motion Records released a companion set of alternative dubs, Heroes Of Reggae In Dub, and later a vinyl only re-issue of Herb Dub Collie Dub (2001). The Legendary Skatalites In Dub completes the set with the pick of the tracks from the 1975 sessions plus a sought-after vocal cut entitled 'Starlight' originally released on 7" on Lloyd Brevett's own label.
We think these are the only reggae dub tracks featuring double bass.
hogginthefogg said:I'm gonna break all the rules and add all four chapters of Joe Gibbs African Dub All Mighty.