In The House Of Dub Part 2

by Dec 4, 2019

In The House Of Dub Part 2

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. Phil Pratt – Which Clapp
2. Leonard Santic All Stars – Santic Special (Version One)
3. Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry – Bandwagon Dub
4. Junia Allstars – Continental Dub
5. Joe Gibbs & The Professionals – Third World
6. Keith Hudson – It’s All Right
7. King Tubby & Observer All Stars – Kingsgate Version
8. Papa Tads – You Can’t Play This One Scientist
9. Scientist & The Roots Radics – Second Hand Girl
10. Aggrovators – La La By Woman (Version)
11. The Royals – Nose Hole
12. Glen Brown & King Tubby – Wicked Can’t Run This Dub
13. Revolutionaries – Go Deh Dub
14. Errol ‘Flabba’ Holt – Super Special Dub
15, King Tubby – Greetings
16. Wayne Wade – Beware Version
17. Prince Jammy – Overdue Dub
18. Linval Thompson & The Revolutionaries – Natty Dread Dub
19. Mikey Dread & Crucial Bunny – Master Mantrol
20. Eccleton Jarrett – Bad Boy Dub
21. Robert Ffrench – People’s Business Dub