Rider Shafique "Blessed" (Wubdise Rmx)
Blessed (Wubdise Remix) by Wubdise And here we go… Wubdise Remix Number One. Originally a 7inch release on Sonido Ojo Rojo, tune called “Blessed” by DJ Kompact featuring Rider Shafique gets the Wubdise Remix treatment. The Mountain Top Hi Powa Soundsystem acapella relicked on the original Billie Jean Riddim for your dancing pleasure. Please spread and enjoy. (PS.: For free...
Dr. Alimantado - Best dressed chicken in town
Record of the week Dr. Alimantado Best dressed chicken in town Greensleeves Best Dressed Chicken in Town is the debut album by Jamaican deejay Dr. Alimantado. It was first released in 1978 , and collects many of his self-produced singles from 1972 to 1977, employing the engineering talents of Lee “Scratch” Perry, King Tubby, and Scientist. It was the first album released by...
Phyllis Dillon - One life to live
Another Classic! Recorded at Duke Reid’s Treasure Isle Studio…
Annette Clarke - Just one look
Lee Perry produced scorcher with beautiful vocals by Anette Clarke released on Techniques in 1973. Goosebump material…
Don Carlos in Dub - Tribulation
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Skarra Mucci - “My Sound” (on a slightly different version of “After Laughter Riddim”)
King Tubby - I am the King
Record of the Week King Tubby I Am The King Sprint Records King Tubby at the control. Music, underground or popular, would not be the same today without Osbourne Ruddock´s experimenting way back. A true originator. “Born January 28th 1941, Osbourne Ruddock aka King Tubby is known primarily for his influence on the development of dub in the 1960s. In the 1950s, King Tubby’s ...
HighTone f/ PupaJim "RubADub Anthem"
Title says it all… Anthem!
Augustus Pablo “Ethiopian Binghi...
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