DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, January 2008 - You might know him as the protégée of King Tubby who mixed some excellent DUB and call him "Prince". Or maybe as the first Dancehall producer to come up with digital niceness, and call him "King".
When he started mixing music for King Tubby decades ago, he had a future before him that would definitely take him beyond the realms of DUB. In 2008, Jammy's has a special place in the history of Reggae Music.
Jammy's was known to mix some crucial material, but he really made a name for himself after he returned from Canada and started a new style of music with the release of Sleng-Teng, widely considered to be the first digital Dancehall riddim.
In this episode of the Potcast, we are predominantly introduced to King Jammy's the digital dancehall producer. Too bad, because a tribute to Jammy's would really have to include some of his crucial DUB tunes as well.
Especially when you consider the name of the Podcast.
01. Johnny Osbourne - Water Pumping - Jammys
02. Jr. Murvin - Have Some Mercy - Jammys
03. Pinchers - Bandelero - Jammys
04. Shabba Ranks - Love Punanny Bad - Jammys
05. Major Mackerel - Pretty Looks Done - Jammys
06. Admiral Bailey - Healthy Body - Jammys
07. Ninjaman - Border Clash - Jammys
08. Admiral Bailey - Punanny - Jammys
09. Flourgon - Bounce - Jammys
10. Horseman - Raggamuffin DJ Of The Year - Jammys
11. Tiger - Briggy Dip - Jammys
12. Johnny Osbourne - No Sound Like We - Jammys
13. Tenor Saw - Pumpkin Belly - Jammys
14. Johnny Osbourne - Budy Bye - Jammys
15. Supercat - Trash & Ready - Jammys
16. Bushman - Darkest Night - Jammys
17. Upserge - A slice of the Pudding - Jammys
18. Half Pint - Money Man Skank - Jammys