Intro – Little Lion Sound
John Holt – Police in Helicopter
Black Uhuru – Guess who’s coming to dinner
Johnny Clarke – Every Knee
Johnny Clarke – Warrior
Black Uhuru – Leaving to Zion
Yabby You – Deliver Me
The Gladiators – Chatty Chatty Mouth
Peter Tosh – Legalize it
Willi Williams – Messenger Man
Junior Murvin – Police
Mighty Diamonds – Need a roof
The Congos – Ark of a Convenant
Leroy Smart – Walk Away
The Meditations – Woman
The Gladiators – Warris
Inner Circle – Rockers
Horace Martin – repatriation
Lacksley Castell – Johnny Brown
Mickey Dread – Roots & Culture
Ranking Joe – Dubplate –
1.Mandela Dub by OBF ft Mr Williamz
2.Down in Bosnia by Ras Imru Asha
3.My Life by Hughie Izachaar
4.Wall of Jericho by Steven Wright
5.Kings of kings by Barry Isaac
6.The rising of the sun by Levi Judah
7.Almighty Jah by J. Robinson
8.King Solomon’s Melodica Duet by Med Dred & Shaky Norman
9.Rastafari is King (dubplate) by King Nhlanhla
10.Psalm 91 (dubplate) by Yamalaki
11.Hola Zion by Tony Roots
12.History by Pablo Gad
13.Caravan by Dreadsquad
14.Tings For Fisherman by Shaky Norman
15.Royal Salute by Brain Damage
16.Black Rose (ft. Ras Tinny) by Dub Dynasty
17.Show more love by Mr Zebre FT YT
18.Brutal skunk ft. Rebel-I by Mexican Stepper ft Rebel-I
19.Skunking melody by Murjah Warriors
1. HUGH MUNDELL – Stop Them Jah / Dub Dem Jah
2. HUGH MUNDELL – Africa Must Be Free By 1983 / Africa Dub
3. HUGH MUNDELL – Book Of Life / Keep On Dubbing
4. HUGH MUNDELL – Let’s All Unite / Unity Dub
5. HUGH MUNDELL – One Jah, Aim & Destiny
6. JAH LEVI – False Rumour / Zambian Style (Dub)
7. JAH LEVI – Run Come In A The Dance / Wailer Border Rock (Dub)
8. HUGH MUNDELL – Blackman’s Foundation / JAH BULL – Push Dawta Push
9. HUGH MUNDELL – Rastafari’s Call / Rastafari’s Version
10. HUGH MUNDELL – Jah Will Provide / Ital Slip (Dub)
11. HUGH MUNDELL – Great Tribulation / D. Park Style (Dub)
12. HUGH MUNDELL – Jah Say The Time Has Come / Jah Say Dub
13. HUGH MUNDELL – That (Little) Short Man / Selassie I Dub
14. JAH LEVI – Zion A Fe Lion / Zimbian Style (Dub)
15. HUGH MUNDELL – Run Revolution A Come / Revolution Dub
Sweet Like Chocolate – Hollie Cook
Yeeruh! (Teka remix)- SYMBIZ
Hurt So Good – The Hempolics
Chief Rockas feat Prince Alla – Bucket Bottom
100 Pounds of Collie – Mista Savona / Havana Meets Kingston
KOG – Bad Man Town (feat. Dark Angel) Produced by Tom Excell
Roots Of All Evil – Million Stylez
Liquorice Rizzla feat. Jago & Natty Campbell – Sleepy Time Ghost & Jerry Lionz
DJ Vadim – Speak To Me Darling (feat. Sena)
Dancehall Lover – Hiphoppapotamus Ft. Dandelion
Warrior feat. Dark Angel – Jstar meets DJ’s Choice
Happy (feat Horseman & Kinetical) – ILLBILLY HITEC
Kenny Knots – People So Nice
They Wanna Know – Ghost Writerz
La Bamba – Ozomatli
Die in London beheimatete Band Gentleman’s Dub Club meldet sich mit ihrem neuen Album “Lost In Space” zurück.
“Lost In Space” verbindet klassischen Roots Reggae mit schönen Bläsersätzen, einer Brise Jazz und einer Portion Dub.
Zu den Feature-Gästen zählen der schwedische Reggae-Star Million Stylez und der langjährige ReggaeVeteran Winston Francis, der in den vergangenen Jahrzehnten in England, Frankreich und Jamaika Chart-Hits hatte.
Alles in allem ein sehr gelunges Album.
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Reggae has been oft characterised as a music of feeling over technique. It is a fact that reggae rhythms were rarely rendered or produced with any competence by foreigners until the last two decades or so. Walk with Jah, the first album on Dubophonic by the UK reggae & dub artist/producer Brad Turner aka The Manor, is an example of such competence.
Being one of the main artists behind the Foshan Roots project and having released a few works on the discontinued Springline Records label, which can be found on compilations and EPs (some are now obsolete, others are still to be found scattered all around the internet), this is first complete album by The Manor.
Walk With Jah features eleven pure and heavy roots & dub tracks. The Manor has an authentic cultural vibe about his musical works, which is showcased throughout the album. It is obvious that he is influenced by the works of past masters, mainly Lee Scratch Perry. All tracks were recorded in CAF studios in the UK, which is becoming the boiler room of creativity akin to Black Ark in the 1970’s.
This is an album for the lovers of reggae and dub music, the way it used to be; a sincere tribute to the music of the 70s and a nicely crafted window into one man’s journey through the music and culture he loves. We hope you love it too!
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