In The House Of Dub Part 1

by Oct 23, 2019

In The House Of Dub Part 1

Without doubt, the most successful and powerful time of Jamaican dub music was roughly from 1974 to 1984. During that era the most amazing variety of music and mixing techniques came to the fore thanks to mixing wizards like King Tubby, Scientist, Prince Jammy, Errol Brown, The Mighty Two and, of course, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry.

1. The Prince Buster All Stars – Swing Low
2. Errol Brown – If I Could Dub This World
3. Techniques All Stars – Purify Dub
4. Lee Perry & The Upsetters – Blackboard Jungle Dub
5. King Tubby & Morwell Unlimited – Concord
6. King Tubby & The Heptones – Meaning Dub
7. T.S.O.S.A. – 9 To 5 Dub
8. Augustus Pablo – Jah Dread
9. Joe Gibbs & The Professionals – Schooling The Beat
10. The Revolutionaries – Dub For Michael Holding
11. Mudies All Stars – Drifting Dub
12. Sly & Robbie – Hypocrite Dub
13. Ossie All-Stars – Brooklyn Style
14. King Tubby – No Tarry Yah Version
15. Ja-Man All Stars – Herb Cutter
16. Prince Jammy – Downtown Shanghai Rock
17. Prince Jammy & Gregory Isaacs – Reform Institution
18. Scientist & Soul Syndicate – One Man Dub
19. Prince Jammy & The Morwells – Jammin For Survival
20. Scientist & Roots Radics – Seconds Away
21. King Tubby & Roots Radics – Up Town Special