greetings from the dub shack - essential dub must include: <BR> <BR>King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown <BR>Pick A Dub - Keith Hudson <BR>Harry Mudie meets King Tubbys in Dub Conference - all 3 vols <BR>African Dub Almighty (Joe Gibbs) - Chapters 1,2,3 & 4 <BR>Augustus Pablo in Fine style (Pressure Sounds) <BR>King Tubby's Special 1973-1976 <BR>King Tubby presents The Roots of Dub/Dub From The Roots <BR>Niney - present dub <BR>Yabby U - Prophecy of Dub <BR>Morwell Unlimited meets King Tubby <BR>+ Blood & Fire King Tubby albums <BR> <BR>compilations - Dub Chill Out, Dub sessions, both Trojan dub box sets <BR> <BR>also check out Pole. <BR> <BR>the dub shack
Before I knew Lee Perry, Mad Professor and stuff I got into dub music via The Clash, believe or not. Armagideon Time, Ghetto Defendant or Bankrobber were good ports of entry for a whitey punk like me. I own a great deal of dub records now. These days I'm much into The Dub Factor by Black Uhuru
Greetings One & All <BR> <BR>Well have read the above statements and agree with most of you. The likes of King Tubby,Lee Perry. Sly & Robbie, the best. <BR>I also like what is happening in Europe now, <BR>The Bush Chemists <BR>Tena Stelin <BR>Alpha & Omega <BR>Barry Isaacs <BR>Centry <BR>To name a few. <BR>For anyone new to Dub, try one of the samplers, <BR>A New Breed Of Dub <BR>Dub Out West <BR>Dubhead Vol 1/2/3/4 <BR> <BR>Hey Zulu-Ite, How you Doing. Glen
i cant believe i havent seen UB40 "Present Arms in Dub" mentioned ... maybe not the best dub candy ever ....but certainly the most influential to me ...... i heard this as a kiddie and went on to enjoy the likes of pablo, tubby, perry ...the usual suspects etc ... and on to the likes of dry and heavy .... dub is timeless ....and if done digitally ...then the more organic and analog sounding the better .. its in everyone from lemon jelly to guitar peeps who like to twiddle knobs ... love n peas
Hi all, <BR> <BR>Great French Dub for you all : High Tone (<A HREF="http://www.hightone.org/" TARGET="_blank">http://www.hightone.org/</A>) and Improvisators Dub (<A HREF="http://www.viciouscircle.fr/improvisatorsdub.html" TARGET="_blank">improvisatorsdub</A>), best of the moment in French scene for me ! <BR> <BR>And one rare extra : Man From Wareika Dub by Rico Rodriguez (check it)(<A HREF="http://www.geocities.com/braunovi/Rodri ... rrika.html" TARGET="_blank">RicoD1977Warrika</A> <A HREF="http://www.geocities.com/braunovi/Rodri ... 977Man.htm" TARGET="_blank">RicoD1977Man.htm</A>)
Although I can't argue with any of the above choices, I would like to suggest the Gregory Isaacs cuts ("Public Eyes", "Leggo Beast", "Nigger", "Slum", "Tam Tam", & "Leaving") from the Trojan Dub Box Set, Volume I. <BR> <BR>They are very well done, and derived from good material as well. <BR> <BR>If I had to introduce dub quickly to someone, I would use those cuts.
Leftfield got me into dub when they played the essential mix on radio 1 back in 1994, a small part of the mix is a mighty fine dub mix which i still have on tape but well worn, i managed to track down some of the tracks but would love to get the rest to recreate that mix in its full crystal clear glory. Here is the track listing of that mix: <BR>Mike Dread - "Machine Codes" (Kosmik Konundrums) <BR>Moody Boys - "Fight Back" (Guerilla) <BR>Mezzontinto EP - "Dub Experience" (St Germain En Layf) <BR>The Disciples - "Prowling Lion" (Mix unknown)(Boom Shaka Lacka) <BR>Alpah & Omega - "Jah Is Calling" (A&O) <BR>After A&O it blended into dance music at which point i press rewind <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /happy.gif" ALT=":)">
"Although I can't argue with any of the above choices, I would like to suggest the Gregory Isaacs cuts ("Public Eyes", "Leggo Beast", "Nigger", "Slum", "Tam Tam", & "Leaving") from the Trojan Dub Box Set, Volume I." <BR> <BR>These titles sound familliar from the G. Isaac's dub album 'Slum In dub', was available from Trojan.
Recently acquired.... <BR>Jah Rej (Various)- Messenges from the 7TH Sense, dub and vocal album, very good. <BR>Restless Mashaits - Kingston Sessions. Instrumental & Dub. <BR>Plus 2 wicked 12's from Dubkasm on Sufferah's Choice records, heavy heavy Aba Shanti style tunes!
it sometimes amazes me how little digital technology is stretched and wrung out to dub .... as long as the methods used (be it digital or analogue...or both) can reach those pleasure centres in the brain .... <BR> <BR>mad professor's "Kathmandu", the Orb "Towers of Dub" are examples i know of maybe fusing the two and possibly computerized ...but hardly garbage imo ...and plenty of that ilk .... <BR> <BR>if anything is fucking shit ...its modern american ska .... totally spit souring <BR> <BR><IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /happy.gif" ALT=":)">
Scratch's dub mix of ark of the covenant <BR> <BR>+ his dub mixes on the trojan compilation "open the gate" <BR> <BR>dangerous dub - tubby <BR> <BR>glen brown - termination dub <BR> <BR>tubby's hidden treasure is patchy but occasionally sublime <BR> <BR>re: the computer stuff. When you hear jah shaka's sound or aba shanti's sound play that stuff - it just sounds heavy and dubby - you can't hear how lame the cheap keyboards sound... it just rocks the house and makes your insides vibrate <BR> <BR>p.s. big shout to ariwa/MP crew - (just did a recording there - great guys)
yes scientist + radics dubs of those Johnny Osborne tunes are killa! <BR> <BR>check out the rough guide (easily the most serious coverage of the whole of reggae) to reggae chapeter on dub... Tubby, Gibbs, Perry Pablo, Brown, Scientist if u go with their top picks u cant go wrong...even if u dont agree with everything that Barrow says the essential picks are pretty unquestionable
one of the bst cd;s - SCIENTIST WINS THE WORLD CUP!!! <BR> <BR>My favorite dubs would have to go to HUGH MUNDELL-africa must be free-mundell- and black mans foundation <BR> <BR>OFcour KING TUBBY wiht the #1 sounds...any king tubby album is good <BR> <BR>AUGUSTUS PABLO , jophnny osbourne.,israel vibration, prince jammy, and many more... i thank all these people for creating such great music...