Monday, May 24, 2010




WWW, May 2010 - In the very first episode of the brand new Radio Dubroom Podcast, we can listen to a selection of fine (DUB) Reggae Music tracks, of which with the exception four titles all were available for free and legal download at
The show opens up with 6 Jamaican (DUB) Reggae tracks from the 1970's-1980's. After the introduction Dub, a discomix by Mikey Dread, followed by two DJ tracks and a Dub. That was The Old.
We make a quick trip in both time and place, to land in the European continent where there is a large French movement involved in orthodox Roots Rock (DUB) Reggae. Centered around the beautiful Bring JAH Love by Kenny Knots and the French No More Babylon, we get a large taste of French DUB and Roots.
Via Moa Anbessa with a heartical, contemporary Roots rendering of the ancient Psalm 63, we cross the channel over to the UK where we find JAH Warrior with a Real DUB from Conscious Sounds Studio, JAH Rej from JAH Works UK and The Blackstarliners.
The last three titles are reserved for new releases: One title in two versions by the Abassi All-Stars and JAH Cure's soulful, spiritual response to the current tribulation in which many Jamaicans find themselves these days, as covered in the Dubroom Message Boards.
01. Scientist - Dub Ovation
02. Mikey Dread - Barber Saloon (Discomix)
03. Clint Eastwood - Whip Them Jah
04. Jah Woosh and Horace Andy - This Natty Allright
05. Jah Woosh and Horace Andy - This Natty Allright Dub
06. Mikey Dread - Operator's Choice Dub
07. Ondubground - Lola Dub (Part One)
08. Ondubground - Lola (Featuring J. Cotton, Bigga Ranx and B Ben Massa)
09. No More Babylon and Kenny Knots - Bring Jah Love (Discomix)
10. I-Plant - Shine (Dub Remix)
11. Dawa Hi-Fi - Smokee Riddim
12. Webcam Hi-Fi - Spiritual Livin'
13. Moa Anbessa - Psalm 63
14. The Blackstarliners - Roaring Lion
15. Jah Warrior - Real Dub
16. Jah Rej - Cool Runnings Dub
17. Abbassi All-Stars meet Marta - Forward (Dub)
18. Abbassi All-Stars meet Marta - Forward (Vocal)
19. Jah Cure - Save Yourself

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