"THIS IS THE DUBROOM (7)" (WEBMASTER'S COLUMN)
WWW, September 8 2009 - In a column like this one, on my messiandread.dubroom.org website, and on the forums I express my freedom of speech under my own name, while restraining myself into professional objectivity on another.
Obviously, I'm much more experienced in this than in the time I started to review over 12 years ago now. I had to learn to refrain from words like "I", for example.
Especially when I read the earlier album reviews, it produces a smile on my face and sometime it's so terrible that I write another review instead.
I will not very likely do that with articles, though. That would be literally falsification of history.
One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)
The above column is the personal opinnion of the Webmaster and does not neccesarily reflect the contents of the Dubroom Website and/or Message Boards and/or Weblogs.
ITEMS FOR THIS EDITION:
WWW, September 8 2009 - No, this is not a cover of the well-known Bob Marley track. This is a hard stepping Roots Reggae tune with Edi Fitzroy delivering a militant message that goes straight to Babylon Head!
WWW, September 2009 - From Shaggy and Elephant Man to Mykal Rose and Collie Budz, they've all voiced dub plates and other mixes for the Scandinavian Raggabalder Riddim Rebels. Heavy Dancehall that you don't want to miss out.
WWW, August 2009 - Together with producer Bunny Lee, Jah Stitch scored an impressive number of hits in Jamaica during the 1970's as he chanted on top of some heavyweight Roots Rockers Dubs.
WWW, August/September 2009 - From August 16 to September 30, the Dubroom presents a new track available for free download at EZTRACKS.com. Just click to listen and check it out!