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King Tubby and The Aggrovators
Shalom Dub


  • Vinyl LP (JRLP038)
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Horace Andy
Dub Box – Rare Dubs 1973-1976

Possibly the best day of my life was when I heard Horace Andy's distinctive voice coming out of what I thought was a sound system at a reggae festival in Leeds only to look up and find the man himself stood on a nearby stage. Even if you aren't into your reggae and dub you'll know that quiver from various  Massive Attack records. This box set contains the records he cut in the '70s with Bunny Lee and sees his magnificent voice sitting above dub originals and recuts of his earlier standards. 

Augustus Pablo
Dubbing With The Don

Dubbing with the Don is a collection of recordings from the 1970s by dub legend Augustus Pablo. The tunes here have been released before but not these particular dub versions, which are rare and have been lifted straight from the original masters. CD features bonus track ‘Keep Skanking On Dub’.

King Tubby's
Lost Treasures

Dub originator and all-round maestro producer King Tubby has a deep and voluminous archive of material, and Lost Treasures pulls out several under-heard highlights to give them further attention. This collection features Tubby dubs of an amazing array of Jamaica’s finest, making it essential as an alternative reggae history. Out on Jamaican Recordings.

Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Skanking With The Upsetter (Rare Dubs 1971-1974)

A new compilation that shines some more light on his pioneering work in the field of dub, Skanking With The Upsetter exhumes 14 rare dub versions from the archive of legendary producer Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry dating from 1971 to 1974. Ranging from choppy guitar-based cuts to more traditional roots-reggae sounds, it’s a fascinating insight. 

Scientist Meets The Crazy Mad Professor
At Channel One

Jamaican dub producers love meeting other Jamaican dub producers and so here is a re-issued document of the time Scientist hooked up with Crazy Mad Professor (not the other Mad Professor we know from collaborations with Massive Attack but a *really* crazy one). Both learnt at the mantle of King Tubby and here pitch their production skills against each other which sees both up their game and produce some of their best work. Classic dub cuts.    

King Tubby
Dub From The Roots

A classic King Tubby dub from '75 which features various tracks seen floating about on compilations over the years but have yet to have a home on one piece of wax. Loads of early classics here including reworks of cuts by the likes of Horace Andy and Johnny Clarke. All with that smoky, cavernous echo, fx and huge floor shaking basslines. Tune in, sit back, smoke out.  

King Tubby
Never Run Away-Dub Plate Specials

King Tubby may have passed away in 1989, but he left behind such a gargantuan wealth of dubs that many of them are only finding their way to the public now. This collection brings together eighteen B-sides and dubplates cut by Tubby, largely over rhythms built by Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee. Some of the source material here includes Johnny Clarke’s ‘Peace and Love in the Ghetto’ and ‘I’m Still In Love’ by Queen Tiny and the Aggrovators.

Sly & Robbie
Dub Sessions 1978-1985

Sly & Robbie were essentially the official rhythm section of the reggae genre, their slick bass and drum interactions having underpinned the sounds of any major reggae artist you could mention. Dub Sessions 1978-1985 is a set of exclusive, previously unheard studio dub versions of a stack of classic tunes. CD or LP from Jamaican Recordings.

King Tubby vs Channel One
Dub Soundclash

Anyone who knows anything about dub will know that the names King Tubby and Channel One are synonymous with the finest deep-grade dub. This Dub Soundclash delivers just what it promises, the 2 institutions going head to head. This release on Jamaican Records is available on vinyl or CD: 6 bonus tracks have been added to the CD edition.

Black Solidarity presents
String up the Sound System

Some slow cooked root veg from The Black Solidarity label archives. Delving right into Jamaica in the late 70's and early 80's on String up the Sound System. Artists like Cutty Ranks and Robert Ffrench were expressing the Kingstonian attitudes of the time with these soulfully gritty reggae and dancehall cuts. Out on vinyl LP and CD from Jamaican Recordings.

Cornell Campbell
Greenwich Farm Sessions

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King Tubby
The Roots Of Dub

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Linval Thompson
Dub Vocal Meet Version

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Scientist
Watch This! Dubbing at Tuff Gong

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Various
Bunny Lee’s Kingston Flying Cymbals

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Various
Justice Dub

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King Tubby
Hometown Hi-Fi Dubplate Specials 1975-79

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King Jammy At King Tubby's
Dub Kings

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The Congos
Dub Feast

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Augustus Pablo
Dubbing On Bond Street

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Tappa Zukie
In Dub

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John Holt
500 Volts Of Dub

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Bunny Lee
Creation Of Dub

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King Tubby
King Tubby's Dub Box

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Lee Scratch Perry
Dub Treasures From The Black Ark

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Tommy McCook
Brass Rockers

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King Tubby
King Tubby Presents the Roots of Dub

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Niney the Observer
100 Tons of Dub

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