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King Tubby Meets the Aggrovators at Dub Station Import

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  • CD (26 juin 2007)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Sanctuary Records
  • Autres versions : CD
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Essential, unmissable, 5 stars 27 mai 2007
Par Red Eyes - Publié sur
Format: CD
Trojan have come up trumps for May and June with these new Gregory Isaacs and Tubby's re-issues.

So much incredible, good , bad and bland Tubby's music has flooded the market over the last ten to fifteen years,that it's hard to imagine there are many more rarities left -- but most of the versions included on this Tubby's/Mcook album haven't seen wider CD re release until now.

For those of you who love the mid to late 70's period Tubby's/Rockers/Bunny Lee, you are in for a real treat here -- The first tune "Creator of Dub" has also seen service on the Tappa Zukie "MPLA" album, and the cut here is explosive : classic Rockers.

The next rhythm track is also familiar, being a re cut to the Johnny Cash "Ring of Fire" horns refrain, a melody clearly very popular at the time as Don Drummond's earlier testament shows.

"Dub Station" is a huge cavernous affair, opening with a majestic horns refrain, before a fast paced snare and flying cymbals parry with jazz style rim shots in a furious dub, Tubby's turning the DNA of the rhythm inside out with tunnel like dub effects.

"King Tubby Dub" has a mid 70's disco influenced funk intro, before tearing into another tight, tubular Bunny Lee dub, with scouring cymbals. "Caretaker Dub" sounds like your speaker cones are coming unstuck or malfunctioning.

The original album featured 12 tracks -- the current Sanctuary re-issue adds another extra 12 thunderous cuts to the original issue, with dubs to Johnny Clarke's "Move outta Babylon" ( "Moving On" ), Upsetter rhythms from "Black Board Jungle" ( "Canon" ) and countless other tunes you will recognise.

So -- the serious , committed reggae collector will certainly know most of these rhythms very well -- but many of us will not have heard these specific cuts to these drum and bass lines. There is not a single bad tune on the entire record. It's an indispensable, perfect Tubby's/Bunny Lee purchase, featuring some of the most inspired cuts you are likely to hear of these very familiar mid to late 70's tunes.

Though there are no "freshly heard" or newly dug up rhythms here, to many of us reggae obsessives, this album may well be amongst the best dub reissues of the past three or four years.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 a gem, should be more well-known 9 juin 2011
Par intrnlmdnyc - Publié sur
One of the lushest, most melodic and engaging dub albums I've ever heard. This work should be distributed as essential dub/reggae alongside more well-know works. Not only is the horn and woodwind playing superb, but King Tubby's and Bunny Lee's contibritions to the recording process are innovative and effective. They add another dimension to an already solid foundation of intrumental songs: volume manipulations and echo effects applied selectively at points in these songs - to single tracks in the mix - provide texture, sonic depth, and bounce that couldn't otherwise be there with convential recording. Enjoy the punch of "The Dub Station" "The Height of Dub" and "Sparkling Dub" - they'll make you want to embrace summer heat, sip some rum, and throw yourself around the house (or dancefloor). And slow burners like "Collie Dub" and "Joy Soy Dub" are inviting for a earbud stroll through the city or garden. Material like this brings out the crate-digging dub enthusiast in me. I was lucky enought to get my hands on the vinyl version after buying the CD on a whim. When I sold all my CDs at a sidewalk sale before moving (out of Crown Heights, Brooklyn USA), I was given serious props by a dreadlocked stranger who bought this particular CD from me. He couldn't believe I owned such an obscure and undeniably viable album. Bottom line, this is legit. Find it, buy it, live it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Top notch 2 mars 2008
Par Zachary E. House - Publié sur
Format: CD
If you all dont know about Tommy McCook you better ask somebody. Get it now get it fast. It might change your life forever.
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