DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, March 2008 - Tubby's Time Two starts off where part one left us: in a more-than-excellent presentation of the more-than-excellent works of the father and (thus) King of DUB: the One and Only King Tubby!
King Tubby didn't have his own house band, as his studio was too small for it. In the meantime, he kept mixing DUBS and recording vocalists over the multi-tapes taken to him by many producers.
Tubby's Time Two takes us, just like in part one, straight back to that time. DUB, DUB and more DUB coming our way.
Skillful DUB, that is.
Not only is King Tubby the Founding Father of DUB, the works presented in this podcast show the master in an all-time heigher heights.
Tragically, the 1980's put an abrupt end to the carrier of this man, who is responsible for too many musical styles too mention as contemporary music would not have sound the same with DUB. As he just launched his new studio, wherein he could have his own band, he was shot to death...
01. Aggrovators - straight to the head of George Foreman
02. Prince Heron - crushing version
03. Eric Monty Morris - harder rock from king tubbys (scratchy but catchy)
04. Ronnie Davis - jah jah jahovia version
05. Prince Pompadou - crash dub
06. Prince Heron - spanish town disco rock 12'' disco mix
07. Earl George - green hills version
08. Alpha and the Mellow - I’m trying version
09. King Tubby - dance with me dub
10. Dennis Walks - only jah know version
11. Barrington Spence - straight the radd head
12. Attamas - cool fire
13. African Brothers – uhuru
14. Trinity - revelation song dub