Sunday, October 28, 2007

Answering the Critics (1) (Webmaster Column)

Dubroom Online - Edition October 28, 2007


WWW, October 28 2007 - The Dubroom is an independent website promoting (DUB) Reggae and Consciousness.

Unfortunately, not everyone can apprecilove this. Some of them will criticize or even go so far as to curse and insult the site and the people who read/post on our Message Boards!

In these coming days, Jah Willing, we'll deal with some of the issues that critics brought up. So if you know yourself to be a critic of the Dubroom, keep watching this space for the coming days. You might just see your issue addressed...

Give Thanks, One Love,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

Random Roots (MP3 Podcast)
Mad Professor - Juxx (Video Review)

Random Roots (MP3 Podcast)


WWW, October 2007 - After being introduced to our host, we're taken into a Roots Rockers Reggae experience extraordinary. The 50 minutes are packed with tunes that many of us will hear for the first time.

Random Roots? Something tells me, that DJ Dr. Tahl is kind of being humble here. This can't be random, and when the selector thinks it is, he should simply realize that he knows more than he knows, if you know what I mean.

He knows his music, he knows the vibe. He knows how to put tunes together and make them into a big mix of pure niceness that will serve as a blessing for the online (DUB) Reggae community.

Random Roots is simply packed with crucial cuts. Crucial, yet rare and unknown tracks. The amount of well-known and established names in the selection is impressive, but the fact that the majority of tunes are not really that well-known just gives that extra dimension to this podcast.

Big Up!


00. Jah Dan - Doctor Tahl Intro
01. Horace Andy - Problems
02. Johnny Clarke - In this time
03. Dennis Brown - What about the half
04. Junior Byles - Beat down bablyon
05. Dennis Brown - African
06. Junior Reid - Live & love unity
07. Barrington Levy - Revelation
08. Toots & the Maytals - Bam bam
09. Senya- Children of the ghetto
10. Culture - I'm not ashame
11. Hugh Roy - Rule the nation
12. Bob Marley & the Wailers - Redder than red
13. Meditation - Standing on the corner
14. Barry Brown - Movements of Jah
15. I Roy - Roots Man
16. Bob Marley - Forever loving Jah
17. Dennis Brown - Border
18. Freddie Mcgregor - Holy mount Zion



Mad Professor - Juxx (Video Review)

Dubroom (DUB) Reggae Video Review

WWW, October 2007 - Always nice to see the Mad Professor live, creating a Dub mix in front of an enthusiastic audience in his own special way.

That special way is perfectly caught on video tape by One Vizion, who graciously donated this great clip from their upcoming DVD to the online (DUB) Reggae Massive.

When the MC introduces the tune Juxx by Max Romeo, the Mad Professor starts off kind of easy and let the music just play along with the vocals. Then we get a WHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEL after which some heavy duty DUB mixing takes place.


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