Discussion in 'UK Music Forum' started by Iago, Dec 31, 2004.
Can anyone recommend me some dub reggae?
Augustus Pablo - East of the River Nile
King Tubby and Soul Syndicate - Freedom Sounds in Dub
Lee 'Scratch' Perry - Larks From the Ark
Mad Professor - The Evolution of Dub (not really classic, not really digi dub, but somewhere in between......)
Tappa Zukie - In Dub
Scientist - Heavyweight Dub Champion
Yabby U - King Tubby's Prophecy of Dub
Alpha and Omega - Dub Plate Selections (vol 2 is better, imho)
The Disciples - For Those Who Understand (classic!)
The Bush Chemists - Strictly Dubwise
Iration Steppas - Original Dub DAT (quite heavy... might be an aquired taste)
On-U Sound Dub........ (a sub-genre all of its own!)
Dub Syndicate - Echomania
Gary Clail - End of the Century Party
African Headcharge - Songs of Praise
a lovely list...there's some quite nice modern dub on radio 6:
though most of it's more modern
Splendid! Dok, you have a head filled with knowledgable dub artists. I bet it smells good.
Not much use for us music snobs. It streams at low bit-rates
tehe, true do you know any other dub/reggae online radio stations?
I don't really need 'em. I got oodles and oodles of dub. More dub than you could shake a spliff at. But still, I remember iTunes having some dub channels with pretty decent bit-rate streams.
King Tuby & Yabby U are a definate indeed.
Dreadzone are proper cool, and I love Mr. Scruff - he has some dubby stuff going on. Oh, and would you class Ozric Tentacles as dub? Whatever they are, they're way cool, too!
what do you think of dub side of the moon? personally i think some of it is better than the original n you know how much i love floyd!
Dreadzone aren't dub. They're heavily dub influenced, but they're essentially dance music. Ozric Tentacles tentacles could not in a million years be described as dub. They're space rock. They're also influenced by dub (but then most hippy music is!), but a dub band they are not.
Are Dreadzone really not dub? I am surprised! I really thought they were!
Dreadzone are most assuredly not dub. They make dance music. Very good dance music that's soaked in dub vibes from head to toe, but still dance music. If you think Dreadzone are dub, then you're not familiar with the real deal.
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