Tag: vinyl

Favorite Dub LPs on vinyl

These are on sale right now at excellent prices… grab them before someone else does and adds $20 to the price tag…

Revolutionaries – Dub Plate Specials
Label: Jamaican Recordings UK
Revolutionaries - Dub Plate Specials Scientist – Scientist At The Controls Of Dub: Rare Dubs 1979-1980
Label: Jamaican Recordings UK
Scientist - Scientist At The Controls Of Dub: Rare Dubs 1979-1980 Aggrovators – Dubbing It Studio 1 Style
Label: Jamaican Recordings UK
Aggrovators - Dubbing It Studio 1 Style
Cornell Campbell – The Gorgon Dubwise
Label: Jamaican Recordings UK
Cornell Campbell - The Gorgon Dubwise


Going back to vinyl 45s – 4 great blogs

If you want to understand an important part of Jamaican music culture you need to listen to a lot of 45s. Unfortunately due to the popularity of the format so many were made that never made it to a re-issue or compilation LP or CD. Fortunately for us there are some great collectors out there who write great blogs and create great mixes who are willing to share mixes of their collection with us.

Here are four great blogs all run by passionate enthusiastic lovers of Jamaican music. By no means a comprehensive list and these blogs will, in turn, lead you to hundreds of more blogs – but just four that we really enjoy and respect.

Enjoy – dub.com

djproper7

http://davesjukebox.blogspot.com/

Dave is a passionate collector of all things Jamaica & 45 – Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae and on..

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http://funky16corners.com/

I have been writing about music in various forms (zines, newspapers, e-zines, blogs) since the mid-80′s. The Funky16Corners blog started in November of 2004 to focus on funk and soul vinyl. Since mid-2006, in addition to individual MP3 tracks, I have been posting mixes under the title Funky16Corners radio. Most MP3s and mixes will be available for a few weeks.

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http://houseofreggae.podomatic.com/

My house of reggae is in London and I invite you in for a cup of tea while I play Jamaican music throughout the decades from scorchin’ ska through roots rockers to the latest dancehall sounds and adding a few background details along the way in celebration and recognition of all the talented people who have contributed to one of the liveliest music cultures in the world. So don’t hold back, come on in, kick your shoes off and enjoy the music…

sidewalk

http://sidewalkdoctor.blogspot.com/

As a life long fan of Jamaican Music I thought I would use this site to share some of the highlights of my collecting ,this will usually consist of a compilation CD of some of my collection which consists mainly of 7″ singles ,the very lifeblood of JA music.I hope this will give other people an opportunity to hear some great music that they would not hear otherwise.




Dub Gabriel – Reggae Special (Vintage Vinyl Mix)

Dub Gabriel recently set up his turntables at the d/a/c lab. He hooked up his tape delays, reverbs and dub sirens and dropped a 1 1/2 hour set of all vintage vinyl with essential selections of vintage dancehall, reggae & dub. Recorded live at his studio, these vintage selections guarantee to warm up the sound system this summer.

Dub Gabriel – Reggae Special (Vintage Vinyl Mix) by Dubgabriel on Mixcloud

Tracklisting:
Purple Man – King of the Way
Sancho – Chase Vampire
Billy Boyo – Wicked She Wicked
Carol Kalphat – African Land
Sly & Robbie – Rocks and Mountains
Ranking Dread – Africa
Buro Banton – Can’t Take the Running’s in a Babylon
Junior Cat – Anerexol Body
Michigan & Smiley – Down Presser
Nicodemus – Birdman Hunting
Prince Far I – Red Sea
Tapper Zuki – Man Ah Warrior
Yellowman – Strong Me Strong
Prince Jazzbo – In Jah Jah Name
R. Shirley – Everybody Needs A Friend
Ranking Dread – Hard Times
Horace Andy – Money Money
Lee Van Cliff – Bam Salute
Singers & Players – Dungeon & Merchant Ship
Smiley Culture – Cockney Translation
Anthony Red Rose – Dub Organizer Part Two
Wayne Palmer – Suzie
Barrington Lavy – Na Broke No Fight Over Woman
King Burnett – Paul Bogle
Junior Brammer – All Gone