Tuesday, November 4, 2008



WWW, November 2008 - Fat Drum and Basslines played by the Roots Radics and the Revolutionaries, mixed by Scientist and King Tubby: Scrub a Dub or two, and realize the timeless nature of the music in this Podcast.

Stricktly, and stricktly DUB. Jamaican DUB, especially. From around the late 1970's, early 1980's, to be more precise. This Podcast has some crucial selections, take for example the Dub to Culture and Prince Fari's "Message To The King".

The music is solid as a Rock, with exceptionally massive bass and drum lines skillfully compiled by someone who knows Reggae Music.

Enjoy the Ride!



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