Friday, July 3

King Tubbys ‎– I Am The King


"During the late 1960s and early 1970s, Tubby was responsible for turning dub into an art form, the creative re-mixing he pioneered at a tiny front-room studio in the Waterhouse ghetto making a long-reaching impact. Like his friend and sometime rival, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Tubby was one of a handful of Jamaican visionaries whose innovations not only changed the shaped of reggae in unprecedented ways, but which also formed a template for so much contemporary music production, be it in rap and hip-hop, jungle, garage and grime, or various forms of electronic dance music — especially dubstep, the British bastard offspring of Jamaican dub. ..."
A beginner’s guide to King Tubby, the producer who turned dub into an art form (Video)
Manwel T meets King Tubby & Marshall McLuhan – Dub Music in a virtual age
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YouTube: Black Skin Dub, Teardrops Dub, Neville Blythe - Morning Train b/w King Tubby - Morning Dub, See Me Yah Dub

2009 December: Augustus Pablo, 2011 November: King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown - Augustus Pablo and King Tubby, 2011 May: East of the River Nile, 2013 January: King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown, 2015 April: Valley of Jehosaphat (1999)

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