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Rep some of your fav. dub/reggae/ska/etc... shit.

Post by tape. » Mon Jan 23, 2006 9:29 pm

I'll start off with a few cuts:

Money Maker - Ethiopia
Cedric Im Brooks & the Light of Saba - Lambs Bread Collie
Black Board Jungle Dub - Rubba Dub
Bobby Ellis & the Professionals - Militant Salute
Jackie Mittoo & the Soul Brothers - James Bond
Jacob Miller - King Tubby Meets the Rockers Uptown
The Skatalites - African Dub
The Skatalites - Sealing Dub

and on...

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Post by 7 below » Mon Jan 23, 2006 9:38 pm

Easy Star All Stars - Dub Side of the Moon
Lee Perry - Blackboard Jungle
Horace Andy - Rare Dubs
African Head Charge - Run Come See Me
Western Roots - Bogus Buddy
Zinger - Song 2wo

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Post by marsyas » Mon Jan 23, 2006 9:44 pm

alton ellis
prince far i

anything from on-u sound label or from adrian sherwood for that matter.

dennis brown
derrick morgan
the scientist
dillinger


too many to list...

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Post by 7 below » Mon Jan 23, 2006 9:47 pm

Marsyas wrote:alton ellis
prince far i
dillinger
oh yes, been listening today.... :P

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Post by Jubz » Mon Jan 23, 2006 9:50 pm

Yellowman-Even Tide Fire
Pablo & Tubby-Each One Dub
Buju Banton-Till I'm laid to Rest
Not an Easy Road
Toots and the Maytals-It was written Down

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Post by marsyas » Mon Jan 23, 2006 10:16 pm

7 below wrote:
Marsyas wrote:alton ellis
prince far i
dillinger
oh yes, been listening today.... :P
alton ellis has to be the best soulfull singer in reggae.
really feels like a natural meeting in between like chicago soul and trad. reggae/dub.

i keep listening to "you are mine" over and over...perfect.

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Post by zefa » Mon Jan 23, 2006 11:05 pm

Another great reggae voice is Bitty Mclean...love his stuff...

Fave dub and reggae:

All the Burial Mix back catalogue
All King Tubby's output on Firehouse...some absolute scorchers on that label
King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown
Yabby You - Beware Dub
Twilight Circus - Pretty much all of his stuff
Disciples - Russ D is the man...
Iration Steppas - Marching Dub is a personal fave as is the album Dubz in the higher region
Jah Tubbys
As a modern roots/dub singer Kenny Knots has got to be up there!
Jah Shaka Label - Babylon by Johnny Clarke
"The human family now lives in conditions of a global village. We live in a constricted space resonant with tribal drums..." Marshall McLuhan

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Post by distort » Mon Jan 23, 2006 11:33 pm

anything Bullwackie/Wackies, esp. the dubs
yabby you "conquering lion"
king tubby meets yabby you (meeting of the gods)
Rockadub LP - heavy!!!
Scientist - everything
augustus pablo "africa must be free by 1983" dub album
all things Rhythm&Sound

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Post by suburban bather » Tue Jan 24, 2006 2:07 am

The Dub Massive collection that Bill Laswell put together for Trojan is good. Some people think that he ruined the selected tracks but I like it.

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Post by [b]racket » Tue Jan 24, 2006 11:40 am

Various soundman & bands i rate...

King Tubby
Scientist
Misty in Roots
Lee Perry
Dillinger
Dr. Alimantado
Burning Spear
Jacob Miller
Niney
Gregory Isaccs
Horace Andy
Culture
Augustus Pablo
The Twinkle Brothers
Jah Woosh
Eek-a-Mouse
Yellowman

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Post by selector.dub.u » Tue Jan 24, 2006 11:56 am

Here are some of my recent and past favs by no means complete.
Ras Michael and The Sons Of Negus -"Rastafari Dub"
Scientist- "Dub In The Roots Tradition"
Rene Lowe and Paul St. Hillaire (aka Tikiman) -"Faith"
The Dub Syndicate - "The Pounding System" (Ambience In Dub)
The Upsetters with Lee Perry and Friends - "Build The Ark", Boxed set
The Mikey Dread Show- "African Anthem Dubwise"
Sly And Robbie -"Reggae Greats"
Luciano -"The Beat Goes On"
Zahair -"Stained"
Sizzla -"Love For you"
Ice- "Greatness"
South Rakkas crew - Bionic Ras Riddim and all the dj's who chat over it.
Mad Professor vs. Massive Attack - "No Protection"

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Post by jeddere » Tue Jan 24, 2006 1:38 pm

All the Burial Mix back catalogue
- See Mi Ya and W/ the artists favourites

and recently
Willi Williams - Messenger Man,
a great album in my eyes

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Post by erbium » Tue Jan 24, 2006 2:08 pm

Zefa wrote:Another great reggae voice is Bitty Mclean...love his stuff...
"When it's raining it's raining. Tears from my eyes..."

ha ha, one of the first singles I ever bought that was, still hae the 7" minus sleeve unfortunately lol

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Post by RubiconMan » Tue Jan 24, 2006 2:53 pm

quality thread so far...
nuff king tubby
charlie chaplin
bush chemists (highly-i recommend owt with king general)
MACKA B
been listnin to alot of pato banton (brums finest) "nah go sniff the coke, i only smoke...SENSIMILLA!"
"Our guest will arrive at some point, depends what time The Bill finishes."

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Post by slengleteng » Tue Jan 24, 2006 3:27 pm

Phyllis Dillon - Queen of Rocksteady
Perfidia
A thing of the Past
Love was all I had
One Life to Live
Don't stay Away

Alton Ellis
Ain't that loving You
I've lost that Love
La La La means i Love you.

Errol Dunkley -
You're Gonna need me

The Starlites - Soldering

John Holt -
Stealing
Only a Smile
Ali Baba


On Bond Street - Bitty McClean - keeping the Treasure Isle Legacy alive.

Early Wailers at Studio One- Doo Wop and ska
Where is my Mother
I need You So
I'm still waiting
Rock Sweet Rock.

Harry Mudie and his Allstars
Lecture Me (Is this the original cut of the Lecture riddim, because it sounds different??)
Loran's Dance

Thats some of my Favourite Rocksteady and Later sixties bits

will have a bit more of a think about later stuff.

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Post by twistedspirit » Tue Jan 24, 2006 4:12 pm

Aggrovators meets Revolutionaries

Lee Perry - Double Seven, Musical Bones, Kung-Fu meets the Dragon

U-Roy - Jah Son of Africa

Prince Buster - The Outlaw

A few of my faves, plus a bunch of others like anything Tubby, Augustus Pablo, Scientist, etc...

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Post by dub boy » Tue Jan 24, 2006 5:14 pm

I recently recorded a new mix. Below is the t/l to give you a flavour of my tastes reggae wise. It'll be online next week. I'll post a link as & when....

1. Toots & The Maytals - 54-46 Was My Number (Beverly's)
2. Pan Anthony - Kill Big Sound (Cronick Music)
3. Roland Burrel - Sound Dead Now (Cronick Music)
4. Duckman & Little Harry - Sound War (Cronick Music)
5. Flourgan - Food For The Poor (Delperies)
6. Pinchers - Fire (Delperies)
7. Cobra - Too Much Brain A Fry (Delperies)
8. Wayne Marshall - The Right Herb (H20)
9. Damian Marley ft Bounty Killer & Eek A Mouse - Khaki Suit (Ghetto Youths)
10.Buju Banton & Richie Spice - The Sensi Rock (Flex)
11.Jigsy King - Give Me The Weed (Roof Int.)
12.Admiral Tibet, Shabba Ranks & Ninjaman - Serious Time (Digital B)
13.Chronicle - Give A Little Love (Massive B)
14.Don Carlos & Norrisman - The Heat Is On (Massive B)
15.Conroy Smith - I Fell In Love (Massive B)
16.Burro Banton - Settle Yourself (Massive B)
17.Cutty Ranks - Retreat (Renegade Int)
18.Burro Banton - Bible Again (Massive B)
19.Johnny Osbourne - Bad Boy (Massive B)
20.Pinchers - Desperate Scenario (Mad House)
21.Black-er - Later Fi She (Mad House)
22.Spice - Fight Over Man (Mad House)
23.Assassin - Anywhere We Go (Mad House)
24.Cham - Ghetto Story (Mad House)
25.Crazy Caribs ft Bongo Kanny - Vex With The System (Ariwa)
26.Red Rat - Ain't Gonna Do That (Rich House)
27.Mr Vegas - Wine & Stop (Rich House)
28.T.O.K. - Most Wanted (Rich House)
29.Tami Chin ft. Busy Signal - It's All Because Of You (Legends)
30.Colli C - Look Good, Cook Good (Legends)
31.Leftside & Esco - Tuck In Yuh Belly (Legends)
32.Buju Banton - Too Bad (Legends)
33.Mr Vegas - Gi Gal Di Winery (Studio 2000)
34.Assasin - Rip It Up (Studio 2000)
35.Buju Banton - Temperature (Studio 2000)
36.Nextmen ft Dynamite MC - Blood Fire (Antidote)
37.DJ C & Quality Diamond - Let It Billie (Scandal Bag)

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Post by zefa » Tue Jan 24, 2006 6:30 pm

erbium wrote:
Zefa wrote:Another great reggae voice is Bitty Mclean...love his stuff...
"When it's raining it's raining. Tears from my eyes..."

ha ha, one of the first singles I ever bought that was, still hae the 7" minus sleeve unfortunately lol
Thats cool...it's always nice to have record buying memories, after all that is the purpose of being a collector, the memories attached to the tunes you buy, where you bought them from etc...

That mix looks tasty Dub boy, cracking tune to start off with too!
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