01 – Drum song dub
02 – Keep a good dub rubbing
03 – Taxi to baltimore dub
04 – Satta dread dub
05 – Every dub shall scrub
06 – Black a shade of dub
07 – Bad days dub
08 – East of scientist corner
09 – Just say dub… who
10 – Words of dub
First, light up a spliff, then sit down and suck in
this slice of dubbing adventure. Okay, now light up
another spliff, turn up the volumes of your stereo,
kick aside your furniture and experience some of
the best pounding dub beats ever made on earth.
It was 1981, a flock of spaceships entered the
London atmosphere. Hopeton Brown, better
known as Scientist was luckily around with
the Roots Radics to save the day. Tony
McDermott made the snapshot at a
perfect moment and captured our
young hero in full action.
Sowell, Bingy Bunny,
Flabba, Style & Santa,
Sky Juice & Skully,
Steely & Winston,
Gladdie, they were all
there with Maxie, Banabas
& Crucial Bunny, Linvall Thompson
and Mickie ‘Roots’ Scott,
1 Beam down
2 Red shift
3 Time warp
4 Cloning process
6 Laser attack
9 Supernova explosion
..wanna get some harddubbing roots..? smokin’ pumpin’
rubbadub by the hardest of dem all ? King Tubby’s
went to England and made his islandsound in the
cold for a change, obscure record with blanco
backsleeve, on Tad’s records, if you know
a year of release, can ya tell us too ?
..gimme some feedback if it hits ya..
about the tracklist, label claims 5 numbers on
each side but b-side only has three. I am only guessing
that the longer track #8 is in fact numbers 8,9 and 10.
1 King tubby’s special
2 Tad’s special
3 Winter dub
4 Raving dub
5 Dread dub
6 Eastwood dub
7 General saint dub
8 Ranimo dub
– Dub up dub
– Nkrumah dub
This is an ode to the late and great Style Scott.
“Something nice is gonna happen to your ears..”, that’s the text
on one of the samples used by Adrian Sherwood, the producer
of this wonderful On-U Sound label. Drummer Style Scott, famous
for his work with Roots Radics, Bunny Wailer, Prince Far-I,
Israel Vibration, Dub Syndicate, and Gregory Isaacs among others
was found dead at his home on october 9th. May he rest in peace.
Early eighties he joined Adrian Sherwood to play on his On-U Sound
label and stayed for many years. This is an album on which we can
hear his incredible skills as a reggae drummer, one of the early
On-U Sound lp’s we used to play a whole lot back in the days.
Circumstances around his death are unknown at
present but gunshots or explosions were heard
from his house in Manchester Parish…
Beware, this is heavy dub music.
1 Ravi shankar pt.1
2 The show is coming
3 Must be dreaming
4 Over board
5 Forever more
6 Geoffrey boycott
9 Out and about
Hear this ! In a much earlier stage, still in the beginning of the
old page back in 2008, I was asked to remove these here albums.
Greensleeves was re-releasing some of them and didn’t like me
to give them away. Now my buddy who owns a recordstore in
my hometown told me most of them are out of print at the time
being so I thought, “Good, let’s post them all again and see what
happens.” If you have a problem with either one, the way to protest
is using this disclaimer.
So happy reggae listeners, don’t miss out on these classic lp’s.
I love them piece by piece and want to share them with you all.
Early eighties, dub music was hot. There was Prince Jammy, Mad Professor,
Scientist. Less known names but just as good, Maxie and Barnabas,
Crucial Bunny and Mikey Dread, all masters in dub.
At King Tubby’s Studio, produced by Al Campbell, we find this
champion with Scientist, Maxie and Barnabas. Have you ever
seen a cover with so much impact ? These three dub the hard way.
1 Barnabas – Prophecy in dub
2 Barnabas – Murder
3 Barnabas – Cool rock
4 Barnabas – Bionic skank
5 Maxie – Master piece
6 Maxie – Blood light
7 Maxie – Ganja syrup
8 Scientist – Cultured dub
9 Scientist – The winner
10 Scientist – Feed back dubstyle
Lee Perry and his Upsetters are back with the Return of
the Super Ape. This 30 year old LP still spins like it
used to do and I still enjoy it like before.
it brings back old memories.
1 Dyon – Anaswa
2 Return of the Super Ape
3 Tell me something good
4 Bird in hand
5 Crab yars
6 Jah Jah ah natty dread
7 Psyche & trim
8 The lion
9 Huzza a hana
10 High rankin Sammy
Horace Swaby is his real name but we know him as ‘Augustus Pablo’.
He is the one that made a real grown-up instrument out of the ‘Melodica’.
Before him it was seen by many, being just a children’s toy, but if you
hear what Augustus shakes out of it, it changes your mind. Read the full
back cover story and find out more ! Click on image to enlarge.I don’t
know how many times I played this record, back in the 80’s, but it must
have been a thousand times, to me this is a classic. It is a collector
of ‘Augustus Pablo’s’ work in the seventies. A Killer !
Jah Rastafar I, Haile Selassi I, Irie Irie I.
1 Rockers dub
2 Up Warrika hill
3 Cassava piece
4 Tubby’s dub song
5 Jah Dread
6 Brace a boy
7 Thunder clap
8 Park Lane Special
9 New style
10 A P Special