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12 tracks new to CD. Joe Gibbs' entire dub album output from the 1970s. Includes some of the most acclaimed dub albums of all time. The 1970s were a golden age for dub music, with the decade witnessing it's humble beginnings through to it becoming a dominant force on the Jamaican music scene. Throughout this fascinating evolution were a handful of pioneering sound engineers who transformed the style from relatively simple experimentations in sound to awe-inspiring reggae masterpieces, with their pioneering work continuing to inspire and influence music makers the world over, up until the present day. Leading this dub revolution were such seminal figures as King Tubby, Errol Brown, Scientist, Prince Jammy and perennial hitmaker, Errol Thompson, whose work with music impresario Joe Gibbs produced some of the biggest hits of the 1970s and beyond. Much of the latter's dub output from the decade was featured on seven popular long- players that saw issue in Jamaica on Gibbs's eponymously titled record label between 1974 and 1979, commencing with the experimental, yet hugely influential, 'Dub Serial' and ultimately culminating with the suitably titled 'Majestic Dub' from five years later. Now, for the first time ever, all of these classic dub masterpieces are collected on this essential 4CD collection, which, as a bonus, also includes a dozen superb dub sides from the close of the 70s, all of which make their CD debut.
12 tracks new to CD. Joe Gibbs' entire dub album output from the 1970s. Includes some of the most acclaimed dub albums of all time. The 1970s were a golden age for dub music, with the decade witnessing it's humble beginnings through to it becoming a dominant force on the Jamaican music scene. Throughout this fascinating evolution were a handful of pioneering sound engineers who transformed the style from relatively simple experimentations in sound to awe-inspiring reggae masterpieces, with their pioneering work continuing to inspire and influence music makers the world over, up until the present day. Leading this dub revolution were such seminal figures as King Tubby, Errol Brown, Scientist, Prince Jammy and perennial hitmaker, Errol Thompson, whose work with music impresario Joe Gibbs produced some of the biggest hits of the 1970s and beyond. Much of the latter's dub output from the decade was featured on seven popular long- players that saw issue in Jamaica on Gibbs's eponymously titled record label between 1974 and 1979, commencing with the experimental, yet hugely influential, 'Dub Serial' and ultimately culminating with the suitably titled 'Majestic Dub' from five years later. Now, for the first time ever, all of these classic dub masterpieces are collected on this essential 4CD collection, which, as a bonus, also includes a dozen superb dub sides from the close of the 70s, all of which make their CD debut.
5013929281240

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Format: CD
Label: DOCTOR BIRD
Rel. Date: 04/21/2023
UPC: 5013929281240

1970s Dub Albums Collection (Uk)
Artist: Joe Gibbs & The Professionals
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Satta Amassa Gana Version
2. More Dub Version
3. More Dub Version Two
4. Love Me Girl Version
5. Turn Back the Hands of Time Version
6. Money in My Pocket Version
7. Rainy Night in Georgia Version
8. God Bless the Children Version
9. Love Ja Ja Children Version
10. Without Love Version
11. Be the One Version
12. He Prayed Version
13. African Dub
14. Universal Dub
15. Midnight Movie
16. Ghetto Skank
17. Lime Key Rock
18. Lovers Serenade
19. Treasure Dub
20. Schooling the Beat
21. Campus Rock
22. Half Ounce
23. Worrier
24. East Africa
25. Chapter Two
26. The Marijuana Affair
27. Angola Crisis
28. Peeping Tom
29. Outrage
30. Idlers Rest
31. My Best Dub
32. Third World
33. Heavy Duty Dub
34. Musical Arena
35. MacKarus Serenade
36. Jamaican Grass
37. Bountry Hunter
38. Rawhide Kid
39. Donald Quarrie
40. High Noon
41. The Great Escape
42. Walls of Jericho
43. Wicked and Dreadful
44. Revenge
45. I Shot the President
46. State of Emergency
47. Chapter Three
48. Rema Dub
49. Tribesman Rockers
50. Freedom Call
51. Jubilation Dub
52. The Entebbe Affair
53. Angolian Chant
54. Zion Gate
55. Jungle Dub
56. Dub Three
57. Crucial Attempt
58. Behind Iron Bars
59. Ghetto Slum
60. Yard Music
61. Iron Gate
62. Power Pack
63. Free the Children
64. Fashion One
65. Rhythm Tackle
66. Sniper
67. Ten Commandments
68. Majestic Dub
69. Social Justice
70. Kings of Dub
71. Bionic Encounter
72. Edward the Eight
73. International Treaty
74. Martial Law
75. Nations of Dub
76. Embargo
77. Earth Juice
78. Hoarding
79. Kick to Yu Chin
80. Let Go Mi Hand Babylon
81. Alan Hit By a Lorry
82. Security Force Version
83. Jump in the Line
84. Arlene Dub
85. Infatuation
86. Hey You Version
87. Pool Style Dub
88. Assigned to Love

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12 tracks new to CD. Joe Gibbs' entire dub album output from the 1970s. Includes some of the most acclaimed dub albums of all time. The 1970s were a golden age for dub music, with the decade witnessing it's humble beginnings through to it becoming a dominant force on the Jamaican music scene. Throughout this fascinating evolution were a handful of pioneering sound engineers who transformed the style from relatively simple experimentations in sound to awe-inspiring reggae masterpieces, with their pioneering work continuing to inspire and influence music makers the world over, up until the present day. Leading this dub revolution were such seminal figures as King Tubby, Errol Brown, Scientist, Prince Jammy and perennial hitmaker, Errol Thompson, whose work with music impresario Joe Gibbs produced some of the biggest hits of the 1970s and beyond. Much of the latter's dub output from the decade was featured on seven popular long- players that saw issue in Jamaica on Gibbs's eponymously titled record label between 1974 and 1979, commencing with the experimental, yet hugely influential, 'Dub Serial' and ultimately culminating with the suitably titled 'Majestic Dub' from five years later. Now, for the first time ever, all of these classic dub masterpieces are collected on this essential 4CD collection, which, as a bonus, also includes a dozen superb dub sides from the close of the 70s, all of which make their CD debut.


        
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