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by Ben Walters
Sat Jun 05, 2004 8:59 am
Forum: DUB RECORDS
Topic: Twilight Circus
Replies: 9
Views: 6162

Twilight Circus

Really enjoyed the latest release 'Foundation Rockers', nice combination of dub and vocal. Previous releases have been hit and miss for me, kinda felt he needed a bit more going on in his tunes for my tastes... but with 'foundation Rockers' the horns and vocals have sorted that. Definitley a top pr...
by Ben Walters
Sun Mar 23, 2003 12:04 pm
Forum: DUB RECORDS
Topic: Jah Shaka CD's
Replies: 13
Views: 9750

Jah Shaka CD's

Thanks for your recomendations!! Went shopping and came home with - <BR>'New Decade of Dub' and 'Dub Salute' chapters 3&5. <BR>All very good and quite varied stuff, with the second half of Dub Salute Chapter 5 being the most standout for me at the moment. <BR>Hopefully check the other recomendation...
by Ben Walters
Tue Feb 25, 2003 4:11 pm
Forum: DUB RECORDS
Topic: Jah Shaka CD's
Replies: 13
Views: 9750

Jah Shaka CD's

Hello, I've been a long time fan of mostly 70's dub reggae, modern and non - Jamaican stuff I've bought very little ( I know that's been to my loss ) but now been buying stuff from Rythm & Sound, Alpha & Omega, Twilight Circus..... I have seen so much Jah Shaka stuff on the shelves, can any...
by Ben Walters
Thu Oct 17, 2002 3:23 pm
Forum: DUB RECORDS
Topic: Recommended dub tracks?
Replies: 179
Views: 264160

Recommended dub tracks?

Some Dub albums that have recently joined my collection, and definitly shine brightly! <BR>Dennis Bovell - I Wah Dub - on LKJ records. <BR>Wackies - African Roots act 2 - Dubs from New York based studio, checkout basicchannel.com for more info. <BR>Mikey Dread - Beyond World War 3 - Pounding stuff!
by Ben Walters
Wed Mar 20, 2002 10:13 am
Forum: DUB RECORDS
Topic: Recommended dub tracks?
Replies: 179
Views: 264160

Recommended dub tracks?

The first time I heard DUB was at a club in Birmingham nearly 10 years ago, totally unexpected, back then could only describe it as Bob Marley on acid. First Album I got was 'Revolution Dub' by L.Perry, still one of my favourites. Keith Hudson (Brand, Pickadub) plus the Yabby You 'Beware Du...