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AGGROVATORS - SEARCH FOR DUB (10")

AGGROVATORS - SEARCH FOR DUB (10")

On 10-inch vinyl, here are two killer dubs from The Aggrovators. The band was named by the legendary Bunny Striker Lee who produced these two rare dubs by Johnny Clarke and Delroy Wilson. SIDE 1: 1. THE SEARCH FOR DUB (SEARCHING FOR YOU JOHNNY CLARKE) SIDE 2: 2. RIDING IN A ... read more »

 

ANDY, HORACE - YOU ARE MY ANGEL/VERSION

ANDY, HORACE - YOU ARE MY ANGEL/VERSION

On this 7-inch the timeless 'You Are My Angel' is backed up by a rocking KING TUBBY dub cut.

 

BROWN, DENNIS - DUBBING AT KING TUBBY

BROWN, DENNIS - DUBBING AT KING TUBBY

Dennis Brown's most prolific period is said to be with producer Niney The Observer, who led the singer down a more roots-orientated avenue and put Brown on some of his heaviest rhythms, which were then mixed by the Dub Master himself, King Tubby. 'Dubbing At King Tubby's' ... read more »

 

CAMPBELL, CORNELL - NATTY DREAD IN A GREENWICH FARM/VERSION

Reissue of mid '70s roots reggae/lovers rock.

 

CAMPBELL, CORNELL - THE GORGON/GORGONWISE VERSION

CAMPBELL, CORNELL - THE GORGON/GORGONWISE VERSION

The king of dance sings 'The Gorgon' with the great U-ROY toasting to the vibes on the B-side.

 

CLARKE, JOHNNY - DON'T STAY OUT LATE

CLARKE, JOHNNY - DON'T STAY OUT LATE

Johnny Clarke stands tall as one of the great vocalists that ruled the Jamaican reggae scene from the mid 1970s to the early 1980s dancehall period. This is a reissue of his 1977 album'Don't Stay Out Late'.

 

CLARKE, JOHNNY - DON'T STAY OUT LATE

CLARKE, JOHNNY - DON'T STAY OUT LATE

Johnny Clarke stands tall as one of the great vocalists that ruled the Jamaican reggae scene from the mid 1970s to the early 1980s dancehall period. This is a reissue of his 1977 album 'Don't Stay Out Late'.

 

KING TUBBY - HOMETOWN HI-FI DUBPLATE SPECIALS 1975-1979

King Tubby's Hometown Hi-Fi was one the great sound systems in Jamaica. It also proved a fantastic outlet for the Dub Plate Specials cut at Tubby's studio, providing exclusive cuts to be played out and to intice the dance's audience. The tracks at the time were mainly cut ... read more »

 

KING TUBBY VS. CHANNEL ONE - DUB SOUNDCLASH

King Tubby's and Channel One were two of the great studios that produced so many of the great reggae rhythms in Kingston. Sit back and enjoy two great institutions of the reggae sound, battling it out for sumpremacy. The winner? We will leave that decision up to the ... read more »

 

NINEY THE OBSERVER - DUBBING WITH THE OBSERVER

Niney the Observer's first dub album Dubbing With The Observer was cut at King Tubby's Studio with Tubby himself reworking Niney's rhythms and adding his magic as only he could do. Niney The Observer (b. Winston Holness, 1951 Montego Bay, Jamaica) by the early 70s had ... read more »

 

PABLO, AUGUSTUS - ROCKERS AT KING TUBBYS

This compilation features a set of rhythms that have King Tubby and Phillip Smart at the controls, and Augustus Pablo adding his musical flavour to the mix. TRACKLISTING: 01. A GOOD HEARTED MELODY 02. PROPHECY A FULFILL 03. OH MAMA OH 04. DESIRE 05. FEEL THE SPIRIT 06. INNA ... read more »

 

PERRY, LEE -VS BUNNY STRIKER LEE- - DUB SOUNDCLASH

PERRY, LEE -VS BUNNY STRIKER LEE- - DUB SOUNDCLASH

On this release one can hear the distinctive sound of Lee Perry's Black Ark studio with his echo-plex giving his trademark whirling style against Bunny Lee's rhythms cut at many different studios. The outcome of the Soundclash? We will leave that decision up to you, the ... read more »

 

ROOTS RADICS - DUBBING AT CHANNEL 1

A collection that presents The Roots Radics cutting rhythms in their favourite environment: the famous Channel One Studios. On this occasion we hear the band working with producer Ossie Thomas for his own Black Solidarity label. It's a match made in Heaven.

 

SLY & ROBBIE - DUB SESSIONS 1978-1985

These rare dubs are taken from the original master tapes. You may have heard the tunes before, but never in these versions. So sit back and enjoy some essential reggae history in the making...

 

SMART, LEROY - MR. RICH MAN/VERSION

Reissue of a '77 single. The flip contains a nice dub version.

 

VARIOUS - ATTACK DUB: RARE DUBS FROM ATTACK RECORDS

Throughout the '70s the productions of Bunny 'Striker' Lee were incredibly prolific and he created a number of different labels to handle his ever expanding output. This compilation contains some of the finest Dub cuts released on his Attack label. Featured artists include ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - DANCE INNA DELAMARE AVENUE

During the '80s dancehall-era a number of record producers claimed to offer the real authentic sound of downtown Kingston, but Ossie Thomas' Black Solidarity label, operating out of Delamare Avenue in the heart of the ghetto, was the real deal. This compilation includes ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - RARE DUBS FROM JACKPOT RECORDS

Jackpot Records was formed in the early 1970s as a subsidiary of Trojan Records to handle the output from the hitmaker from Jamaica, Lee Bunny a.k.a. Striker. Lee Bunny was at the birth of dub and worked closely with Dubmaster King Tubby. Gathered here are some of the best ... read more »

 

 


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