Truly, truly one of the most essential reggae albums of all time, and without a doubt one of the finest dub albums. If you don't have it already, heres the definitive version - three 10 inches in...
Ace roots album from one Linval Thompson recorded at Channel One and mixed at Tubbys... Solid from start to finish, feturing some great cuts from Sly & Robbie and co.
Heaveyweight Aggrovators dub album from 1976, mixed by King Tubby and featuring all the usual suspects; Santa Davis, Family Man & Robbie & Bagga Walker, Tony Chin, Augustus Pablo &...
Classic dub album from the inimmitable Scientist. Engineered by Scientist, Barnabas & Prince Jammy... Definitely stood the test of time! And what a cover...
Triston Palma's (or Palmer as he was also known) Joker Smoker was notable not just for his praise of herb smoking (nothing new in reggae) but for its sardonic appraisal of the moochers and...
Scratch and company with a classic re-release dub album.
Classic 1978 dub album recorded at Channel One!
Augustus Pablo, aka Horace Swaby, is best known as the man who turned a children’s plastic toy, the melodica, into an instrument capable of imparting inspirational sound. Renowned for his...