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The Interruptor



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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2001 8:42 pm    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

Imagine: A friend who is new to Dub music
asks you which tunes he should listen to as an
introduction.

Which tracks would you suggest?

Thanks
Daniel aka The Interruptor
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dubcreator



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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2001 3:02 pm    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

Prowling Lion "Disciples"

In fact allmost everything by Disciples

Respect
DC
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HM



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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2001 8:52 am    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

Mad Professor "Your rights / My rights"
from - Dub My Cracy "1" - 1982 ARIWA

I find this one an essential Classic
UK-dub from the "middel-periode" could
also be the next tune "freedom chant".

Lets make a hate-list as well:

From same album: "DUB POWER" :-)

-HM
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Looter



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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2001 6:34 pm    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/1392/JohnMcCready.html

John McCready's page has a listing of above-average dubs at the bottom of it called "Straight to Imposters Head"
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Hoester



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PostPosted: Sat Mar 17, 2001 5:11 pm    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

My favorite Dub is 'Lift Off' by Dub Syndicate. (Bonus 7" to 'Echomania' LP).

Hoester

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Mike Zee



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PostPosted: Tue Mar 20, 2001 6:58 am    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

Daniel, if you mean just to pick some out from what ever , including commercially relesed?

Not sure if this would make 'essential', but this track is just my favorite, also the one which maybe never become 'borring' for me, and it's a track wich turn my personal interest ON into making dub music.
It is: "Mystic" by "The Revolutionary Dub Warriors" from "Reaction Dub Part 1: Deliverance" album.
The bass move in this track is just 'genius' to my ears, and all other elements. It's just plain KOOL..., ;) The thing is, well, it's just like about dub music in general, you have to listen to it on good system and best quality of recording to really appreciate it..., you know, to pick something up, which also will sound interesting/attractive, involving as some streming format, for listener who sort of new to dub music...this may be a some hard task to acomplish.

be-well,

best regards,

/Mike Zee
/zee dub lab melat door dub
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twinstanley



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PostPosted: Wed Mar 28, 2001 12:47 pm    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

hello
old lee perry such as 'cherry oh baby'and 'city too hot'are my favourites.available on the boxed set and many other compilations.also the 'dub syndicate"or "african headcharge" available on napster etc.
cheers tom
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Ralf



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PostPosted: Mon Apr 02, 2001 11:15 am    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

Greetings,

I'd say essential tracks are:

Disciples "Prowling Lion" (already mentioned)
Dub Creator "Dub 303" (or "System Dub")
Jah Warrior "Spiral Echos"
King Tubby (no matter which song of him)
Dub Syndicate "2001 Love (Iration Steppas Remix)"
one of the old Zion Train tracks
Mad Professor "Katmandu Dub"
Creation Rebel "The Dope"

Well, these tracks are essential for me!

Respect,

Ralf
www.dubflash.com

P.S. Interruptor, got a promo from the new Tanty Records release. Nice track from you there!
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Holy Ghost



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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2001 6:56 am    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

Hey all,

I always say you gots to get a couple of LSP produced killers down there if you are going to turn someone on to dub....

Songs like
"Silver Locks" (or any of the curley riddim)
"Roots Train #1" w/dillinger
"Foundation Solid" by the congos

Also "Emmanuale" by Dub Syndicate is the first "modern" dub style song to blow my ears off.. I always put that song at the end of mix tapes for people... Great first dub tune..

peace
matto (aka Holy Ghost)
Unity Soundsystem, Queens
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Si Dubclash



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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2001 10:15 am    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

Anything off "Pounding System" by Dub Syndicate or "Starship Africa" by Creation Rebel are pretty essential
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phil darke



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PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2001 11:30 am    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

"Born for a Purpose" Dr Alimantado 7" vinyl dub one of my all time favourite dub versions.
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twan



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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2001 1:03 am    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

Justice to the people verse 2-(Lee Perry produced)

Dr Alimantado-Best Dressed Chicken/
I Shot the Barber

I second the Congos reccomendation as well. The ones mentioned above seemed to transcend the genre
the first time I heard them. Those were the ones that turned me on to a full time listener and enthusiast. "I man Free" by Watty Burnette and the "Justice" track are great LSP tracks that take the snippet of the first lyric of each verse and let's em echo and fade.
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sean



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2001 9:15 am    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

i suppose these aren't stricty dub tracks but...
"Bird In Hand" by The Upsetters, an amazing song. it puts any "trip-hop" song to shame!! probably my favorite Lee $cratch Perry production.
"No Peace" and "Life Is Not Easy" by The Meditations,
"Dont Blame On I" and "Congoman" by The Congoes ,
"To Be A Lover" by George Faith
or any Black Ark era or prior Lee $cratch Perry or King Tubby from the 70's.
but if i was going to let some one hear a dub track the one i picked would depend on the type of music they were into.
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luc



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2001 10:46 am    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

greetings

yabby u, deliver me from my enemies
fight jah childen, Dread Flimstone and Michael Prophet
Social Living -- Madrak featuring Devon Russell
marley, one dub!!!!!!!

all great tracks!
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johnforeplay



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PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2001 12:29 pm    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

Hello

Recommended dub tracks????

Lee scratch perry - Pretty much every track on reel two of the arkology and a few tracks off reel 1 and 3.

King Tubby - sooo many killer tracks!!!!
hmm... King tubby meets rockers up town. A must!
Some of the King tubby meets rockers inna fire house tracks are superb (track names alude me at the moment). King tubby mixed heaps of albums where his name isn't necessary on the front but if you look at the liner notes you will find him credited.

Also check Keith Hudson - Pick A Dub. Some of my favourite tracks are on this album, such as Black Right, Dubwise part one and two. i think
this album is also mixed by King tubby but i'm not sure (if anyone has any information on this it would be appreciated).

Prince far I has some A grade material, dub or otherwise - Put down your gun, What you gonna do on the judgement day, psalm 24, dub encounter, head of the buccaneer.

Also check the yabby u releases on blood and fire. Actually pretty much any release on blood and fire is worth buying.

As you can see i am a sucker for the old roots tracks.

cheers
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RUU



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PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2001 11:49 pm    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

hi
there are so many great dubs i just name a few:

Artist---------Album-------Track---

King tubby---king dub---- 1.dub from the roots--4.african tribe dub---6.king tubby the dub ruler--10.executioner dub---13.east man dub---20.nice rasta dub.

and daniel if you need "essential dub tunes"
check the whole king tubby compilation "Essential dub" :-)
almost every tune on this record is really great my favourites are:1.silver bullet--2.a better version--3.the funky techno style nr.6sir nineys rock.4.the great barbwire disaster from augustus pablo....

some perry tracks like:magic touch---sons of the black ark(album:usetter shop vol. one upsetter in dub)--
ashes and dust--in the iwa--ipa skank---the long way-rost fish and cornbread or cornfish dub---almost every lsp tune is great

i think thats nuff´
´peace.
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DC



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PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2001 9:09 am    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

Why are so many people stuck in the 70's when it comes to Dub. Nuff wicked works nowadays too. both yard and UK dub.

DC
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rudy



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PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2001 5:36 pm    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

yeahh dc u re right!!!russ d (disciples) dougie conscious ,jah warrior
lots of french stuff coming out these days!!!!dub attitude is
growning every day....the whole dub thing is not only abt the masters
tubby,sctrach or scientist ....people support the actual,new,fresh thing!!!
rudy said so... big up all massive !!! rudy
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Mike Zee



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PostPosted: Tue Sep 04, 2001 10:21 am    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

he he,
yeah, well, guys, here's how i tink'bout it ;):
thre are:
classic(s)
essential(s)
recommendation(s)
favorit(s)

and...
and, tracks which YOU actually listen yourself allot and really like (love).

all these categories maybe sort of confused and mixed-up when the question is about "THE BEST"

i hope, i make any sense here, you know.

so, it's like very common thing. When ever people speak out "publicly", and the question is: "what do you think is a "best of the best"..., the answer very often falls into 'classic' area., somewhere there, where you sort of can't miss the "target", you know what I mean. Another words, if the question is: "who's the best music creator ever"..., and you say , let's see..., hmmm, Bethoven..., so you like at least safe, sort of speak..., even thou the music of Bethoven really goes over your head and make you snore..:),

well, i am half serious here, guys, cos I don't know really why is it this way ...
Nor, I dear would say anything strongly. But truth is, that I have a bancha of Perry's stuff, and was spinning it for some time, liked it for the most, and sure it is very interesting (but for me it's like from mostly historical point of view). So, it's like "Romeo and Juliete"..., sure is a must to read, if you are into literatura, but is it something you really think/or feel is absolute TOP...? I don't know.
blah blah,
the buttom line is, what I am trying to say:
I Love Classic Cars allot, but it's not what I am driving..., Ya'know ;)

pure respects to all,

'n regards,

/Mike Zee

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scumdubpunk



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PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2001 1:18 am    Post subject: Recommended dub tracks? Reply with quote

alot of cool dub songs done by the clash and lee perry "the guns of brixton" and alot of stuff off of the sandanistas

by the way its not really dub but pretty diverse
definately ethnic joe strummers new band the mescaleros

i had a chance to meet joe 2 months ago and get my picture taken with him woooohooo

l8r
scum
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