Helix Resonator is an insane dub master. Check it out or else! That is, if you can get your sticky little dub hands on it. Lt. Lunatico has gone beyond the threshold of dub in the present and has entered the realm of futuristic dubcore. If one is lucky enough to see his live presentation of Dancefloor Ventilation, one can reach a state of total dubalization. It is "well wicked." <BR> <BR>Kind vibes, <BR>MariahFaith aka Scoop 7
I saw Twilight Circus Dub Sound System mentioned earlier and I second that recomendation. Check out the albums Dub Plates Vol. 2 & 3. Any of the albums in Mad Professors Black Liberation Dubs series are great as well. <BR> <BR>Daniel- This list is a bit overwhelming, but there have been many great selections. My suggestion is to check out one of those blood and fire comps and then check out albums by the artists you like.
peace and respects .. in honor of the sounds i am djing an all night dub and roots night entitled "Ital Corner" in costa mesa california on TUEsday october 28th at 9 pm. 21 and over and no cover charge. if anyone can attend that would be it. i am inspired by the writings from this page.. Jah Bless. <BR> <BR>info line for this spot is 714 652-1483
black uhuru - the dub factor... the dubs are by paul 'groucho' smykle, haven't found too many other dubs by him, just this one island compilation 'sly & robbie, 'a dub experience'. has his own style, i like it a lot. <BR> <BR>mad professor meets jah shaka at ariwa sounds, especially shaka's side is amazingly essential (and classically favourite) <BR> <BR>and maybe it's an idea to compile a top-100 or something out of the messages in this list? who is dub-master of all times by popular consent?
check a track called "abraham" by william the conqueror.Its on "a dubbers guide" on Dubhead records.If theres a 7",10",or12" out i need to find it sharpish...its proper gut wrenching steppers... <BR> the only other time i've seen the name is on the respect list on the aba shanti album"Wrath of Jah"Is there more from this crew??? <BR>respect for a wicked site.... <BR>DICK DUTCH(DUBSOMANIC SOUND SYSTEM Leicester)
NEWS FLASH!!! WE WERE ON CRACK!.... <BR>We forgot about the all-time BEST-Top rated Dub album ever: KING TUBBY DUB JACKPOT!!!!!! <BR> <BR>L&T <BR> <BR>btw are we the only people posting on this site? <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /happy.gif" ALT=":)">
not augustus pablo, i don't like his sound <BR>lee scratch perry from the black ark era is very psychedelic <BR>prince jammy <BR>scientist <BR>king tubby, though sometimes i get tired of hearing bunny lee's productions again and again <BR>joe gibbs and errol thompson 'no bones for the dogs' CD is very good <BR>aswad's 'a new chapter in dub' is magnificent <BR>mad professor sounds a bit too clean sometimes, i prefer seventies dub, or early eighties <BR>One of the coolest tracks Tubby's ever did is 'Great Stone' the dub to Prince Allah's 'Stone' <BR>African Headcharge <BR>Jamaican Super Dub - Wackie's <BR>Vital Dub - Well Charged (AKA The Revolutionaries)
also check out Mikey Dread's 'Rockers Vibration' (not strictly dub but very nice ganja smoking music), Black Uhuru's 'Guess Who's Coming To Dinner' (some of the best rythms ever), the reissue of Serge Gainsbourg & The Revolutionaries 'Aux Armes Etc' comes with a magnificent dub counterpart.
How about the unforgetable "UMOJA" dub album by Dennis Brown and the Revolutionaries. Tracks included the dub of Junior Delgado's Famine (truely wicked). <BR> <BR>Then, there was "Prophecy" by the late great Sir Coxone and singer Fabian. <BR> <BR>Also, I could go on but will stop for now at "King of the dub rock" and the Fred Locks and Creation steppers dub of Homeward Bound. <BR> <BR>Finally, anything by Fred Locks and Creation Steppers: Africa, Homeward Bound, King Nebuccadnezar, Love and only love etc. <BR> <BR>--Steve.
Aloha y'all! First time posting here but longtime dub fan. My reccommendations for some sick dubs for noobs: <BR> <BR>"Dub Side of the Moon" - If they're old school & like Pink Floyd, here's a good intro to dub. Awesome mix of the old & new. <BR> <BR>"Bill Laswell's Ambient Translations of Bob Marley." Everyone loves Bob; what could be better then Bob in spacey dub? Had a couple of classmates that don't even listen to dub want a copy of this one after hearing me play it. <BR> <BR>"Scientist rids the world of the plague of the curse of the vampires" (or something like that). Stoniest way to cruise around town in Grand Theft Auto III listening to KJAH. <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /happy.gif" ALT=":)"> <BR> <BR>Anyone mention the Aggrovators? And though its not really dub, check out the bad ass roots from the Gladiators & the Chantrells 1977-1979 album. They just don't make reggae (& dub) like they used to... sigh... <BR> <BR>!SuperBaked!
Greetings, <BR>i would like to recommend a few tracks that i really like,hopefully someone will enjoy these too: <BR>Ta Teasha Love - Oh Jah Come Now (3rd piece) <BR>Aba Shanti I - Free The Nation(Cut From The LP) <BR>Ken Boothe - I And I And I Dub <BR>Jah Shaka/Ras Imru - Warrior Dub <BR>Iration Steppas - Wa Dem ago Do When Di Right Time Come(Dub) <BR>Tena Stelin - Subliminal Messages Dub <BR>Earthquake - The Storm <BR>Jonah Dan - Khanna <BR>Desi Roots - Warning Dub <BR>Dhaima - Ina Jah Children Dub <BR>and finally my all time favourite <BR>Fabian Mirranda - Prophecy Dub <BR>Respects Reggae Family
Dub fever, Tubbys at the control, King Tubby it´s great, I am from Brazil and i would love to know more about rastamen´s world nowadays because i want to keep on passing jah message so please rastas contact me ... <BR> <BR><A HREF="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</A> <BR> <BR>Fernando_\l/_ Rasta it´s life style love and peace let Kalli live