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This Is Trojan Dub

by | Jun 18, 2018 | News

This Is Trojan Dub

This Is Trojan Dub | New Album

The seminal reggae label Trojan Records will celebrate its 50th anniversary this year with a slew of musical releases, a new documentary and a handful of live events. Due for general release on 22/06/2018 is the double cd This Is Trojan DUB, subtitled “Thundering Vibrations And Chilled Beats“.

Founded in 1968 by Lee Gopthal and Chris Blackwell, two Jamaican ex-pats living in London, Trojan helped introduce an array of reggae artists to mainstream audiences. The label’s catalog includes music from Lee “Scratch” Perry, Desmond Dekker, Jimmy Cliff, the Pioneers and the Maytalls, while its Upsetter imprint was responsible for releasing much of Bob Marley and the Wailers’ music in the U.K.     Website

Tracklist

CD1
Zion Gate Dub – King Tubby & the Aggrovators
Gun Court Dub – the Revolutionaries
Sipple Dub – the Upsetters
My Time- the Observers
I Shave the Barber – Tommy Mccook & the Supersonics
Blood Dunza Dub – Scientist
Shine Eye Dub – the Roots Radics
L.s.d. – Sly & the Revolutionaries
Merry Dub – the Sky Nation
Wondering Dub – the Rupie Edwards All Stars
Queen of the Minstrel Dub (Aka Natural Dub) King Tubby
Hurting Inside Version – Marcia Griffiths & the Revolutionaries
Roots Train Dub (Aka Dub Number One) – the Upsetters
Moving Away Version – the Observers
Tracking Dub – Tommy Mccook & the Supersonics
Dark Destroyer Dub – Prince Jammy & Jackie Mittoo
Babylon Wrong (Dub) – the Roots Radics
Sufferer’s Version – the Sky Nation
Forward Home Dub – Prince Jammy
Opposition Dub – the Roots Radics

CD2
Feeling High – the Rupie Edwards All Stars
Stalag 17 (Version) – the Techniques All Stars
Escaping Affair – Errol Brown
Headshot – the Observers
Collie – Sly & the Revolutionaries
Babylon Police Thief Dub – Augustus Pablo & the Upsetters
Goodbye Dub – King Tubby & the Aggrovators
Won’t You Come Home Dub – Witty’s All Stars
Scientist in Fine Style – the Roots Radics
Dub in Dreamland – Marcia Griffiths & Errol Brown
Zinc Fence – the Observers
Herb – Sly & the Revolutionaries
Tedious Dub – the Upsetters
Man from Shooters Hill – Keith Hudson & the Soul Syndicate
Concrete Rock – Ansel Collins & the Riley’s All Stars
The Gorgon Speaks (Version) – King Tubby & the Aggrovators
Rock Me in Dub – Linval Thompson
Good Woman Version – Lorna Bennett & the Revolutionaries
Dub in Love – the in Crowd
Communist Dub – the Roots Radics

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