Digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums on one CD. Today, almost half a century since it's emergence in Jamaica, dub still continues to exert a profound influence upon popular music globally, although it was the golden era of mid-to-late '70s that undoubtedly produced it's finest examples. During this time, a host of sublime collections in the style saw issue in Jamaica and the UK, and of these, few have been more sought-after than the two LPs showcased on this CD. First released by Trojan Records in 1978 and 1979, respectively, both of these Linval Thompson-produced albums were cut at Jo Jo Hoo Kim's famed Channel One studio, with musical backing supplied by celebrated session crew, the Revolutionaries, which featured within it's ranks Jamaica's illustrious riddim twins, Sly & Robbie. Given the array of talent that contributed to the 20 recordings presented here, it is hardly surprising that the musicianship, riddims and hard and heavy mixes are all of the highest order.
Digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums on one CD. Today, almost half a century since it's emergence in Jamaica, dub still continues to exert a profound influence upon popular music globally, although it was the golden era of mid-to-late '70s that undoubtedly produced it's finest examples. During this time, a host of sublime collections in the style saw issue in Jamaica and the UK, and of these, few have been more sought-after than the two LPs showcased on this CD. First released by Trojan Records in 1978 and 1979, respectively, both of these Linval Thompson-produced albums were cut at Jo Jo Hoo Kim's famed Channel One studio, with musical backing supplied by celebrated session crew, the Revolutionaries, which featured within it's ranks Jamaica's illustrious riddim twins, Sly & Robbie. Given the array of talent that contributed to the 20 recordings presented here, it is hardly surprising that the musicianship, riddims and hard and heavy mixes are all of the highest order.
5013929274730

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 11/22/2019
UPC: 5013929274730

Negrea Love Dub / Outlaw Dub: 2 Original Albums
Artist: Linval Thompson & The Revolutionaries
Format: CD
New: In Stock 17.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Rock Me in Dub
2. Channel One in Dub
3. Thompson in Dub
4. Negrea Africa Dub
5. Jah Jah Children Dub
6. Lion Dub
7. Natty Dread Dub
8. Roots Dub
9. Jamaica Calley Dub 1
10. Africa Love Dub 1
11. 79 Rock 1
12. Danger Rockers 1
13. African Free Up 1
14. Wicked Dub 1
15. Dub I Dub 1
16. Roots Man Dub 1
17. Fisherman Style 1
18. Freedom Dub 1
19. Shockin' Rock 2
20. Thompson Sound Incorporated

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Digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums on one CD. Today, almost half a century since it's emergence in Jamaica, dub still continues to exert a profound influence upon popular music globally, although it was the golden era of mid-to-late '70s that undoubtedly produced it's finest examples. During this time, a host of sublime collections in the style saw issue in Jamaica and the UK, and of these, few have been more sought-after than the two LPs showcased on this CD. First released by Trojan Records in 1978 and 1979, respectively, both of these Linval Thompson-produced albums were cut at Jo Jo Hoo Kim's famed Channel One studio, with musical backing supplied by celebrated session crew, the Revolutionaries, which featured within it's ranks Jamaica's illustrious riddim twins, Sly & Robbie. Given the array of talent that contributed to the 20 recordings presented here, it is hardly surprising that the musicianship, riddims and hard and heavy mixes are all of the highest order.