Someone recomended Dr. ALimatado or whatever his name was...Sure the background i G.R.E.A.T but to hear him toast makes me (and hopefully som other people sick =) ) <BR> <BR>So try this one if you liked the background but not the "singer"... <BR> <BR>Sly & Robbie - Dreams Of Dub <BR> <BR>Also try these: <BR> <BR>1. Sly & Robbie - Righteous Dub <BR>2. Long beach dub allstars - Astro Dub (i don't like these guys normally, but this song is great) <BR>3. Nazarenes (This isn't really dub, it's a reggae-band from sweden, origin from (eritrea?) <BR>However it's beautiful....great production, fantastic song.
This is for SUPERBL: <BR>Man, how can you say that Dr. Alimantado sucks? <BR>It's a classic dub album and I think that everybody <BR>should hear it.. That album is in top 50 best dubreggae albums ever so.. Don't shit on it. <BR>There are many better albums but still. <BR>Sly & Robbie are cool but nothing new.. <BR> <BR>If you want to hear something realy beautifull try Radioaxiom a dub transmission from Bill Laswell & Jah Wobble if u didn't hear it allready. <BR>Or maybe Tubby meets Skatalites - Heroes of reggae in dub. <BR>Or the Arabs - Crytuff dub encounter..
Hi, <BR> <BR>As a starter i would begin with a classic dub: something like: Burning spear - Garvey`s ghost <BR>For the main course: Lee scratch Perry and Prince Jammy - Dub the old fashioned way. <BR>And as a dessert : Scientist - Rids the world of the evil curse of the vampires.. <BR>I bet the person would be hooked on the recepies in my Dub kitchen;)
Right now my favorite single is The Butch Cassidy Sound System b- side "Take me to your Leader". I tell everyone starting to listen to dub to listen to " King Tubby's Meets Rockers Uptown" from start to finish. If the're not hooked after listening; they just won't get the vibe.
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 (like most of Jah Shaka's 80s stuff).
Listen to anyhting that has to do with Adrian Sherwood (ON-U Sound). <BR> <BR>Crucial to start with is a band called CREATION REBEL (albums: dub from creation, rebel vibrations). Mid 70s Lee Perry productions are essential too. Then there is (of course) the likes of King Tubby an all... Nuff stuff to get into:-))) Love & respect >> dr dub
King tubby's Meets rockers Uptown <BR>Scientist- Heavyweight Dub Champion <BR>LSP-any Black Ark dub <BR>Mad Professor- dub Me Crazy 1&2 <BR>Jah Shaka- Commandments of Dub pt. 3 <BR>Bullwackie's allstars- African Roots parts 1&2 <BR>Disciples- Prowling lion <BR>Twilight Circus- Bin Shaker Dub, volcanic Dub <BR>A&O, stuff on BSI, Select Cuts, Burial Sound, Adrian Sherwood,Bill Laswell, orb, Pole,etc. <BR> <BR>really there are many hrs of tunes
Yes Danny boy !!!! <BR>You know quality ...Everything by Deb is a true classic!!!!If you are into Reggae and Dub and you don`t have all the DEB Lps & 12s you deserve to get the Reggae Police knocking at your door!!!This new label Badda Music has done an extraordinary job re-issuing them again since they were put out in the 70s.The royalty of Reggae is involved man!!!!They have a wicked website as well!!! <BR>Tony the lion
^^^^^^ <BR>hahaha, very funny. writing two posts under two different names. danny and tony the lion are one and the same! <BR> <BR>it just doesn't help your credibility much if it's so obvious that you are trying to fool us. your ip address is being logged with each message.. <BR><IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... rt/ape.gif"> <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /laugh.gif">
the site is nice though <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /happy.gif" ALT=":)"> good music but not necessariliy dub. <BR>i liked the lovers rock from 16 17 18
yo people, <BR> greetings from Sarajevo... <BR>...humm...yes we know 'batadub inna this area!!! <BR> <BR>Me favourite... <BR>...there are so many of them, but let's say... <BR> <BR>Kaly Live Dub- Hyphonic <BR>Hybrid sound system- Synchrone <BR>High Tone- Opus Incertum <BR>Aizell- Concerning Monospaces <BR>Fumuj- Monstrueuse Normalite <BR>Uzinadub <BR>Zenzile- Totem & Meets Jamika <BR> <BR>...and after all a maximum respect to the whole Dub scene in France, 'cause they did an enormous work of da reinventing the Dub it self. <BR>You must check it if ya didn't yet!!!!! <BR> <BR>Big up to all of ya!!!! <BR> <BR>savuvi crew 93,1 mHz