From The Roots Of Dub - Various - Once Upon A Time At King Tubbys (CD) CD A funky mix tape done by one of the hottest DJs on the planet. A re-issue of the LP. Do You Love Me? A re-issue of the Errol Brown mixed Treasure Isle release.
All the tracks were originally released in early on a double album entitled "20 Golden Greats". Re-issue of the album with five bonus tracks on the CD format. Boat to Progress! Trojan Explosion. Tony Tuff. Riddym Ravings.
Sister Breeze. Guest Artist, Keyboards, Synthesizer Bass. Hanging Fire. Born for a Purpose. Ansel Collins. Primary Artist, Piano, Keyboards.
In Culture. Good Time for Love. Sadao Watanabe. Firehouse Clash. Junior Reid. Keyboards, Drums. Club Paradise. Cliff Hanger. Greatest Hits. Member of Attributed Artist, Piano. Early Recordings The Power and the Glory. The Dub Factor. Raving Tonight. Irie Feeling. The Melodians. His Majesty's Dub. Dreadlocks, The Time Is Now. The Gladiators. Piano, Organ, Synthesizer, Vocals Background. Love Light. Chill Out. Black in a Rub-A-Dub Style. Two Bad DJ. Keyboards, Performer, Primary Artist.
Rids the World of the Evil Curse of the Vampires. Jah Woosh. More Gregory. Mauvaises Nouvelles des Etoiles. Main Personnel, Piano, Organ. Give the People What They Want. Serious Reasoning. The Roots Of Dub - Various - Once Upon A Time At King Tubbys (CD) Prophet. Saturday Night Jamdown Style. Ranking Joe. Robin Hood. Royal Rasses. Heavyweight Dub Champion.
Gone Clear. Enregistrement Public au Theatre le Palace. Black Roots. Black Ash Dub. Black Ash. Vocals Background. Wild Suspense.
Watch Your Step Youth Man. Sweet So Till. Roots Man Dub. Peace in the The Roots Of Dub - Various - Once Upon A Time At King Tubbys (CD). Pass the Pipe. Kamikazi Dub. Prince Jammy. Green Bay Dub. Goldmine Dub. Dread at the Controls. Black Moses. Jah Lloyd. African Anthem.
Guest Artist, Organ. Weakheart Fadeaway. The Same Song. The Man from Bozrah. Tapper Roots. Stop Yu Loafing. So Long. Proverbial Reggae. Lots of Love and I. Bob Andy. Kool Roots. The Roots Of Dub - Various - Once Upon A Time At King Tubbys (CD) Be Wise. In Fine Style. Ranking Trevor. I Love Marijuana. Harder Than the Rest. Give Thanx. The Roots Of Dub - Various - Once Upon A Time At King Tubbys (CD) Ruler. Consider Yourself. The Inturns.
Well Charged. Vital Dub. Sly Dunbar. Rasta Ambassador. Man from Wareika. Deliver Me from My Enemies. Right Time. No Dread Can't Dead. In the Ghetto. Group Member. In Dub. Earthquake Dub. CB Bionic Dread. Brass Rockers. Get Wise. This Is Augustus Pablo. Augustus Pablo. Double Barrel. Tighten Up, Vol. Come Back Darling. Greetings from the Pioneers. The Pioneers. Jackpot of Hits. Zion Hill. Viaje A Trojan Presents: The Producers.
Trojan The Rare and Unreleased. Composer, Keyboards, Primary Artist, Producer. Treasure Isle: Bond Street Special This Is Trojan Roots. This Is Trojan Reggae. This Is Trojan Dub. The Suggs Selection. This collection presents some material produced by Bunny Lee. The material presented here offers different quality levels.
What undoubtly remains is the mastership of King Tubby's skills. Undoubtely it is a quite interesting compilation. At the time Lloyd "Prince Jammy" James was working at Tubby's, but in the 80's he would become one of the top producers of the digital era. The presented Dubs were almost all mixed by Jammy. By he was starting his producion career, and the first step was discovering Black Uhuru.
In the meanwhile the friendship with Tubby produced these great Dub versions. As sometimes I state, Dubs The Roots Of Dub - Various - Once Upon A Time At King Tubbys (CD) great when they are mixed by geniuses of the mixing board with a vision tooand the original rhythms are first class material.
In this case we have not two, but three big factors: Bunny "Striker" Lee produces, Tubby and Jammy mix, and fourteen classic rhythms. Top class material indeed. The Aggrovators play these tracks. I am on the Scratch side, and therefore these Dubs are a different thing, but they are highly good Dubs. Not occasionally, but we can say worldwide. King Tubby meets Pablo interpreting some top rhythms from the latter.
Highly acclaimed, this set demonstrates that the genius of the man by the mixing board can re-define the original value of original tracks in this case it was two of them: the great Errol Thompson and Tubby. In other words, Dub is not a sub-genre of Reggae, but an independent organism. It remains clear that without the "originals" there won't be any Dub, so the latter is not created from nothing and so on. But these issues can not be explored here. So, back to this set. Pablo joyned them on organ, piano and clavinet.
I actually went back and remixed this tune because it really stood out Down In A Tenement Yard. Friday, July 16, Lincoln "Sugar" Minott I just read the sad news about his passing But I figured, instead of hiding behind the fact that I didn't have the breaking news first I decided to create a tribute to the man and his music.
So, to the asshole who posted the rude comment, I've got some advise But really Better late than never I say Now back to our regularly scheduled programming! Combined with Flabba Holt's rolling, winding bass guitar, the production techniques of Jo Jo Hookim whose work we are concentrating on here and up and coming producers such as Henry 'Junjo' Lawes and former vocalist Linval Thompson - the resultant brew mixed down by Overton 'Scientist' Brown - and you had a music that would carry reggae forward again and defy the critics.
Dance Hall Style! Early pioneers of the Dance Hall Style were the Hookim Brothers, founders of Channel One in the early seventies, and a studio and label that's usually remembered for their groundbreaking work with the Revolutionaries in the mid-seventies - the so called militant 'Rockers' style.
Jo Jo Hookim has this to say about how it evolved: "After a while with us at Channel One Sly and Robbie started to produce records for themselves and we figured they were holding back," which was quite logical, of course, why would anyone want to give their best work to a next man?
Jo Jo reluctantly had to let them go "We can't hold them any further! The Radics were establishing a name for themselves for their work with Gregory Isaacs and they soon began to work regularly down on Maxfield Avenue for the Hookims.
Jo Jo had moved to New York in following his brother Paulie's death A man emptied his gun in Paulie and he died on the spot. Jo Jo says the move was for financial reasons but Paulie's death was a deciding factor.
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