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African Dub

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  1. African Head Charge - Peace and Happiness [African dub]() African Head Charge. album: Churchical Chant of the Iyabinghi () tags: dub, industrial, jungle, nyahbinghi. socials: allmusic, bandcamp, discogs, ciwalgistlibyveterredsnetlitabec.coinfo, other databases. Displaying incorrect data?
  2. A must own for Dub fans- African Dub is simply one of the best Dub albums ive heard in ages and keeps its vintage style well in check while pushing th genre foward.5/5(2).
  3. The second volume in this vintage four-disc series of instrumental dub from Joe Gibbs' studio finds him still working with members of the Soul Syndicate and We the People bands, and utilizing the formidable mixing talents of Errol ciwalgistlibyveterredsnetlitabec.coinfo sets this volume somewhat apart from the other three is the number of rhythms it carries over from the rocksteady era: "Chapter Two" is a remix of the 8/
  4. out of 5 stars African Dub Chapter Three. Reviewed in the United States on June 14, Approximately 31 min. Remastered sound. This is the third volume in the series celebrating Randy's Record Mart. This album was released in and became very popular. Once again,the mixing was done by the great Errol Thompson/5(5).
  5. Joe Gibbs & The Professionals ‎– African Dub - All-Mighty. Joe Gibbs Music ‎– JGM Vinyl, LP, Album, ciwalgistlibyveterredsnetlitabec.coinfo date: May 08,
  6. Feb 15,  · African Dub is in a different category. The base music is African, not Reggae, and the electronic manipulation transforms it not into the usual dissonant, aimless stuff that you could probably come up with yourself with a tape recorder down in the basement, but /5(3).
  7. The third (and most impressive) of four volumes of dub mixes from the studio of producer Joe Gibbs, African Dub, Chapter 3 finds engineer Errol Thompson getting a bit more adventurous than he had on the earlier installments. More of these dub versions keep shreds and snatches of the original vocal tracks in the mix, which is almost always a plus in a dub context -- little snippets of 8/
  8. Producer Joe Gibbs took the credit for the four discs released in the mid-'70s under the title African Dub All-Mighty, but the musicians were in reality a shifting aggregation of members of the Soul Syndicate, We the People, and Revolutionaries bands, and the man actually working the mixing board was famed sound engineer Errol Thompson.8/

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