Dub Specialist - Roots Dub - full album - studio 1 records - 1975. Dub Specialist - Roots undying 1975 3:11. The Soul Vendors & The Sound Dimension - Marcus 3:41. Dub Specialist - Roots Music Studio One - 1975 Jamaica Vinyl Presentation Video 3:52. Dub Specialist - Roots Dub (Studio One) 2:34.
A1 Roots Dub A2 Callie Roots A3 Roots Man Dub A4 Chainy Roots A5 Granny Scratch Scratch B1 Marcus Dub B2 Strong Back B3 Roots Music B4 Saucy Perila B5 Brial Wisp. studio 1 classic dub with great sleeve design. enjoy!!! dubspecialist. roots dub. studio 1 records.
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Hier folgende CD, Here following CD 18 tonnenschwere Dub-Cuts der Siebziger aus der "University of Reggae" in Kingston. Erscheinungsdatum, Release date: 2. 5. Title: Souljazz Presents Studio One Dub 2. 1-1 I'll Be Around Version 1-2 Dub Rock 1-3 Watch Out Version 1-4 Moses Version 1-5 Peace Version 1-6 Natty Ting A Ling Pt. 2 1-7 Feel Like Jumping Pt. 2 1-8 Reggae Version 1-9 Soul Locks 1-10 How Could You Version 1-11 Run Run Version 1-12 Anywhere Version 1-13 Live And Dub 1-14 Drunken Sailor Version 1-15 Welding 1-16 Dar Es Salaam 1-17 Always Dubbing 1-18 Mojo Papa.
Songs from Studio One Roots Volume 3 by Alton and Zoot, Cliff Stewart. Clifton Gibbs & The Selected Few. Dillinger. Tracks count: 18. Views: 1. Freddie McKay - (I'm) A Free Man 02:36.
The first Dub album on my Channel :) Recorded 1975 at Studio One, produce by Coxsone Dodd. You see, it's an Jamaican press, the vinyl is a untypical. Dub Specialist - Lourenco Marques (Studio One)verosartis. Dub of the late great Alton Ellis's "I'm Just A Guy" LP : Roots Dub Label : Studio One Riddim : I'm Just a Guy, Vanity Year : ? Produced by the late great Coxsone. Dub Specialist - Cairo (Studio One)verosartis.
Having established himself as one of Jamaica's top producers the day Studio One opened its doors in the early '60s, Clement "Coxsone" Dodd was unable to maintain his status during the roots era of the subsequent decade. This can be attributed to a couple of factors. One was Dodd's apparent reluctance to record the new, overtly Rasta-inspired music. The other was an infusion of new blood into the Jamaican music business. Eager to make a name for themselves, producers like Joe Gibbs, Bunny Lee, Lee "Scratch" Perry, and Winston "Niney" Holness managed.
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