swamped in this LP lately: Phil Pratt - Star Wars Dub - 1978
full album on youtube:
^^ nice, esp the one that starts at 7 mins
I think these first gem is perfect example of the totally unprecedented new horn style brought to the table by people like Tommy McCook, Vivian Jackson aka Yabba U, and Augustus Pablo. A serious discussion of who influnced these simultaneously over-the-top yet authentically Churchical dubwise horn arrangements and productions would be a productive side conversation.
Just found this fun ganja tune.
on repeat since age 16…555 dub street…dub in peace!
equal, imo, next cut
#1 dub track of all time for me…this is healing on another anti-vampiric level
let’s warm up this thread again, it’s cold outside
Channel One Soundsystem came through to Bogota, Colombia where I’m living these days
A year ago they came out, played a show and helped some local djs called Grand Latido build a sound system ina proper dubwise style.
They played the one year anniversary of that show / build about two weeks ago. Good times were had by all.
Next Generation…he and Proteje keeping the tradition strong
one of the best b’lines, be sure to check the dub (from 3.26)
seemed fitting for this time of year…
the og version is personal favourite, stumbled across this simple but effective refix and it’s not bad
rockers dj dubwise