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- Sat Feb 05, 2005 12:26 am
- Forum: DUB RECORDS
- Topic: Recommended dub tracks?
- Replies: 179
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Some time last year, some guy called Ricardo posted above that he thought that "Creation Dub" by Mad Professor was the best dub ever made. While that opinion reveals a lack of listening experience, it's worth pointing out that "Creation Dub" is actually Jah Shaka's work, mixed by Mad Professor (...
- Sat Jan 22, 2005 6:19 pm
- Forum: LEE SCRATCH PERRY
- Topic: lee perry - bird in hand...
- Replies: 19
- Views: 33102
It's in Hindi. LSP took the lyrics from a Hindi movie he saw by the same name (Milte Hi Aankhen). I think it's just a love song. <BR> <BR>Wicked concept.
That's the Shaka warrior style of dub! It can be a bit much, I agree. Played on a home hifi on vinyl and mended through an EQ it's much easier to appreciate. Themes are exotic and there's mostly a militant style of percussion. I think part of the problem is that his recordings seem to have somethin...
I think he's playing on the 28th Jan, not 31st. I will be going too. Jah Shaka's popularity is still on the up. From what I experienced at a couple of his sound system events last year, he's doing the same as he has always done - oblivious and regardless of the latest fashions in sound systems. Rea...
- Tue Jan 18, 2005 2:06 am
- Forum: PRODUCTIONS BY USERS OF THIS SITE
- Topic: Primitive Man [Dirty Cave Dub] - minimal dub
- Replies: 19
- Views: 9695
Mike, many thanks for taking the time to explain your musical ideas. I did find your comments quite fascinating, although I still don't understand how you can be so cavalier about how the music ends up sounding. I must also say, that I don't find planning and performance in dub to be mutually exclu...