Originally released on the Five Arts Label in 1977, then re-issued on Wackies in 1980, this album provides a register of producer Clive Hunt’s work with a who’s who of JA notables.
Originally issued in 1983 — basically the dub counterpart of Sugar Minott’s Wicked Ago Feel It album, and worth buying for the version of Real Rock alone.
After Mark Ernestus’ mix of Moyege in this series, now his Basic Channel / Rhythm And Sound partner comes to the control tower.
With Jonah Dan, Paul Fox and Dan I.
Herman Chin-Loy’s essential dub LP from 1971, with crafted, thrilling versions of Augustus Pablo, Dennis Brown and co.
‘Glen Brown Meets King Tubby — 15 Dubs From Lost Tapes.’ Authentic, raw, unheard mixes of masterpieces like Sylford Walker’s Eternal Day, and several one-aways.
Out originally mid-70s on the Aires label, in a plain, stencilled sleeve, this is based around three cuts of the dreader than dread Free For All rhythm.
Out originally in 1979, on the Wackies’ imprint Hardwax. (The original cover commemorated the first year of Honest Jon’s new reggae shop Maroons Tunes, Bullwackies’ UK distributor.)
Dick Cuthell’s glorious dub version of Spear’s great Marcus Garvey set. The Black Disciples in full effect: Horsemouth, Bobby Ellis, Vin Gordon, Dirty Harry, Touter, Chinna, Family Man, Robbie Shakespeare and co.
Our nomination for the heaviest dub of all time… When the Rootical Dubber had a go at reissuing this group of records, many years ago, we remember him saying this one was just too awesome to contemplate.