DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, November 2008 - What would Reggae, what would DUB be without the female touch of our Sistren? Fortunately, we'll never know.
Therefore: a Tribute to the Sistren!
The title of this mix is a bit deceptive. Why? Well, simply. This is not a Stricktly DUB Show. A tune can be DUB, but not Reggae. And a tune can be Reggae, but not DUB. Sure, you guessed it: this show has it all.
However, this Tribute to the "Dub Girls" does give a very good picture just what the female touch does in Reggae, and DUB. Tanya Stephen's "Pity", for example, is quite different than the opening track.
Let's take a closer look.
We go from DUB Fusion, Sub DUB to Reggae DUB, to Roots Reggae, to Dancehall. From a poem to a little slack slap, from some Righteous Lyrics to one of the best Bass players in UK DUB, who happens to be a Sistren too as part of Alpha and Omega.
01. Waldeck - This Isnt Maybe
02. Zenzile feat Jamika - Airport Lights
03. The Dubians - Mentality
04. Miss Lynx - One Love
05. Dezarie - Exhalt
06. Tanya Stephens - It's A Pitty
07. Alpha & Omega - Jah Protection
08. Music Inna House - Across The Mountain
09. Tanya Stephens - Glory Days
10. Zion Train feat Lua - Live As One
11. Kanzeon feat Jaqee - Princess Dub
12. Junkyard Productions - Sister Let Him Go