Lost links & Re-ups

On any post, if the link is no longer good, leave a comment if you want the music re-uploaded. As long as I still have the file, or the record, cd, or cassette to re-rip, I will gladly accommodate in a timely manner all such requests.

21 February 2015

A Pair of Docs Walk into a Bar...





The Grandfather Paradox: An Imprudent Journey Through 50 Years of Minimalistic Music explores the history of minimalist music in mix CD format.

Although taking the name from the Rene Barjavel's proposed paradox which refutes the possibility of time travel: positing that a time traveler could theoretically go back in time, kill hir grandfather & therefore negate hir own existence, this paradox doesn’t seem to have hampered the Innervisions quartet of Dixon, Âme (Kristian Beyer & Frank Wiedemann), & Henrik Schwarz from attempting their own feat of time-juggling.




What results is a truly time-defying melting pot, where Steve Reich's gradual processes joins Robert Hood's groundbreaking "Minus", Richie Hawtin's mix of La Funk Mob's "Motor Bass Gets Phunked Up", "Bass-Line Generator" by legendary electronic composer Raymond Scott, post-punk from Liquid Liquid, classic Krautrock of Can to the skwonk jazz of Moondog (there's even one specially for yours truly - Ø's "Atomit").

For your aural edification there are both mixed & unmixed discs.


Henrik Schwarz / Âme / Dixon – The Granfather Paradox 2xCD
Barely Breaking Even BBE 120CCD, 2009.
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CD1 – Mixed (one single track)–
Steve Reich & Pat Metheny - Electric Counterpoint-Fast (Movement 3)
Etienne Jaumet - Repeat After Me (Âme mix)
Kenneth Bager - Fragment Eleven…The Day After Yesterday Pt.1
Liquid Liquid - Lock Groove (Out)
Cymande - For Baby Oh
Patrick Moraz - Metamorphoses 1st Movement (live)
To Rococo Rot - Testfeld
Mathematics - Blue Water
I:Cube - Acid Tablet
Ø - Atomit
Conrad Schnitzler - Electrocon 11
Green Pickles featuring Billy Lo & M. Pittman - Feedback
La Funk Mob - Motor Bass Gets Phunked Up (Richie Hawtin's Electrophunk mix)
John Carpenter - The President is Gone
Yusef Lateef - The Three Faces of Balal
Robert Hood - Minus
Raymond Scott - Bass-Line Generator
Moondog - Invocation

CD2 – Unmixed (individual tracks)–
Conrad Schnitzler - Elektrocon 11
Steve Reich & Pat Metheny - Electric Counterpoint-Fast (Movement 3)
Liquid Liquid - Lock Groove (Out)
To Rococo Rot - Testfeld
Patrick Moraz - Metamorphoses 1st Movement (live)
Young Marble Giants - N.i.t.a
Kenneth Bager - Fragment Eleven…The Day After Yesterday Pt.1
Arthur Russell - Make 1, 2
John Carpenter - The President is Gone
Robert Hood - Minus
Raymond Scott - Bass-Line Generator
Pyrolator - November Mühlheim
Cymande - For Baby Oh
Can - Sunday Jam

Enjoy,

20 February 2015

You Don't Have to Be a Genius to Be Horny!





I’ve featured many bands from Iowa here at NSS. For some reason, to me the Iowa sound is a most refreshing middle-America noise. I like a lot of middle-America noise, be it the true Noize of Chicago, the rawk of Cleveland, or unique regional tastes from Milwaukee, or Kentucky or Nebraska…all these areas have their scenes & styles, but there’s always somethin' about Iowa.

Horny Genius was a seminal indie band from Iowa City, Iowa. Their rock style is just anarchic & frenetic enough: ringing guitar notes & off-kilter melody lines all supported by a tight rhythm section with an almost pop feel. The thematic content of their tunes veer between ethereal & everyman, between literary & lowbrow.

Version 1.0 started in 1983 in Monticello, Iowa as The Mental Midgets. They moved to Iowa City  & performed as Version 2.0 – That Matters & Version 3.0 – The Repomen. Their first official gig as Horny Genius was at the University of Iowa Student Union in October 1985. That same year they released their first cassette, Dogs Under the Car.

This is their 1989 release Burn Your Sister, recorded at Smart Studios in Madison,WI with Butch Vig (Community 3 Records).

On Burn Your Sister, Horny Genius are: John McNeill – guitar, bass, & vocals; Mike Turnis – guitar, bass, & vocals; Scott Siegling – guitar; & Scott McWilliams – drums & percussion.

Horny Genius - Burn Your Sister, Community 3 C3-1289, 1989.
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Side 1 –
Cha Cha with Hal
Mother Horta
Needlethreading
Trilobite / Going Down to Mexico
Cancel my Order

Side 2 –
Montanar Stomp
A Long Way to Rewind
Faults
Slap the Wall
A Case of 3
Crossed Wired

Enjoy,

14 February 2015

Beware the Ton-Ton Macoute!





Born in Still Creek, Georgia & raised in the Macon area, Johnny Jenkins was a hard-driving, left-handed guitarist with a bellowing voice. By the time Ton-Ton Macoute! was released, Jenkins had already been instrumental in bringing Otis Redding from obscurity to stardom, playing with the young Otis in the blues group, The Pinetoppers. Jenkins was also on the radar of fellow left-handed guitarist Jimi Hendrix as a model for onstage histrionics.

Jenkins' raw, firebrand vocals & guitar-picking gave his solo debut a wallop that might've made him a star if only slide guitarist Duane Allman & several other members of his backing band hadn't left to form the Allman Brothers. Jenkins was a star in the making but he had no real desire to be in the spotlight. He preferred to remain a regional fixture & work the local circuit in lieu of chasing international acclaim.
Jenkins passed away in 2006, a popular & well-loved legend in his Macon hometown. Ton-Ton Macoute! is the jewel in his crown.

On Ton-Ton Macoute! the musicians are: Johnny Jenkins – vocals, guitar, & harmonica; Duane Allman & Pete Carr – lead & slide guitar; Paul Hornsby – lead guitar, slide guitar, piano, & organ; Berry Oakley- bass; Robert Powell – bass & timbales; Eddie Hinton, Johnny Wyker, & Tippy Armstrong – congas & assorted percussion; Jai Johnny Johanson – timbales; & Butch Trucks & Johnny Sandlin – drums. Backing vocals on “I Walk on Guilded Splinters” – Southern Comfort & vocal accompaniment on “Blind Bats & Swamp Rats” – Ella Brown.

Johnny Jenkins ‎– Ton-Ton Macoute!, ATCO Records ‎SD 33-331, 1970.
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Side One –
I Walk on Guilded Splinters
Leaving Trunk
Blind Bats & Swamp Rats
Rollin’ Stone

Side Two –
Sick & Tired
Down Along the Cove
Bad News
Dimples
The Voodoo in You

Enjoy,



07 February 2015

Now Give Me More Cheeba





After listening to those audio-erotic Satanic Sanctions, I got all hot & bothered & need a fix of Trip-Hop to chill me out while stroking me off at the same time. There is Nothin' like this classic."Undress Me Now" indeed.

Morcheeba ‎– Parts of the Process 2xLP, China Records ‎2564-60276-1, 2003.
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Side 1 –

The Sea
Tape Loop
Otherwise
Blindfold

Side 2 –

Be Yourself
Part of the Process
Let Me See
Undress Me Now
What’s Your Name (feat. Big Daddy Kane)

Side 3 –

Trigger Hippie
Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day
Over & Over
What New York Couples Fight About (feat. Kurt Wagner)
World Looking In

Side 4 –

Moog Island
Way Beyond
Never an Easy Way
Can’t Stand It

Parts of the Process is kinda like...the "Best of" Morcheeba. It also includes two never before released songs; tracks B5 & D4. 

Chill Out,

eee 02





Posted here for your aural pleasures is a re-mastered version of Sleep Chamber – Satanic Sanction originally released by Musica Maxima Magnetica ‎(eee 02) in Italy in 1988. The original release featured a different track order:

Prescription
Presence Ov Thee Magus
Presence (reprise)
Entre Nous
Ov This Flesh
Poison
Consequence or Commitment

Here additional tracks have been added to augment the overall experience. It was re-mastered by John Zewizz & he added other Sleep Chamber material from the original masters that was intended for the original release but never included. This CD is from a promo-only edition of 75 purchased from John Zewizz himself. I got hooked up with this through the dearly missed Thee Brad Miller.

Sleep Chamber ‎– Satanic Sanction, Inner-X-Musick ‎XXX-PROMO-05, 1999.
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Tracklist –

Reality Revealed
Ov This Flesh
Poison
Entre Nous
Prescription
Idols Twilight
Mandrax & Styrax
Bloodlust
Nightbreed
Consequence or Commitment
Presence ov Thee Magus / Presence (reprise)


Enjoy,

31 January 2015

Let’s Be Frank Here





Just got done watching acclaimed Irish director Lenny Abrahamson’s 2014 film, Frank. So some folks are still making outré movies oddball enough even for me. Just had to post up the soundtrack. A few notes of interest: all of the music performed by the band Soronprfbs in the film was played live by the cast while filming; the band's communal recording session at the cabin in Vetno is based on events surrounding the iconic recording of the album Trout Mask Replica by Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band; & outsider musician Daniel Johnston was one of the influences on the film.




Frank:
Saddle up
Secure the galactic perimeters
Weak & strong, nuclear bombs
Now what's together
Will soon come apart
When it's all over
No back to the start.
     from ''Secure the Galactic Perimeter'' by The Soronprfbs

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Tracklist –

Jon's Crap Songs (Domhnall Gleeson)
Ginger Crouton (Michael Fassbender, The Soronprfbs, & Stephen Rennicks)
Welcome to Vetno (Stephen Rennicks)
Lay an Egg (The Soronprfbs & Stephen Rennicks)
Frank's Dawn Chorus (Stephen Rennicks)
Jon Shares his Songs (Domhnall Gleeson)
Lone Standing Tuft (Michael Fassbender & Stephen Rennicks)
Work Begins in Earnest (Stephen Rennicks)
Creaky Door (The Soronprfbs)
Be Still (Don's Song) (Scoot McNairy, Darragh O'Kelly, & Stephen Rennicks)
Idiot Shriek (Stephen Rennicks)
The Holidaymakers (Stephen Rennicks & Evanna Lyons)
Again (The Soronprfbs)
Jon's Song Changed by Frank & Clara (Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson, & Stephen Rennicks)
Secure the Galactic Perimeter (Michael Fassbender, The Soronprfbs & Stephen Rennicks)
Broken (Michael Fassbender, The Soronprfbs, & Stephen Rennicks)
Viking Funeral (Orchestra, Karl Ronan, & Stephen Rennicks)
Just like 'Paris Texas' (Stephen Rennicks)
SXSW (Stephen Rennicks & Hugh Drumm)
I'm Just Me (Jordyn Aurora Aquino & Stephen Rennicks)
Frank's Most Likeable Song... Ever (Michael Fassbender & Stephen Rennicks)
The Music's Shit (Stephen Rennicks)
#findfrank (Stephen Rennicks)
Lighthouse Keeper (Maggie Gyllenhaal, The Soronprfbs, & Stephen Rennicks)
I Love You All (Michael Fassbender, The Soronprfbs, & Stephen Rennicks)
I Love You All (credits) (Michael Fassbender, Carla Azar, & Stephen Rennicks)
All Broken (credits) (Michael Fassbender & Darragh O'Kelly)
Tuft (credits) (Stephen Rennicks & Lenny Abrahamson)
Frank's Cacophony (Michael Fassbender & Stephen Rennicks)
Stop Sign (Michael Fassbender & Stephen Rennicks)
I Love You All (radio mix) (Michael Fassbender, Carla Azar, &Stephen Rennicks)

Enjoy,

16 January 2015

Here's to the Lord of Garbage




Providing more than 50 years of musical trash...

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Side A
1980 - Run for Your Life
1981 - Black Christmas  
1982 - Stranded in the Future
1983 - Don't Feed the Animals
1984 - The Saga of Hugo X

Side B
1985 - Physical Lies
1986 - Snake Document Masquerade  
1987 - Lost like a Lizard in the Snow
1988 - Searching for the Human in Tight Blue Jeans
1989 - Waiting Around for the Next Ten Years

R.I.P.

04 January 2015

Kevin Rutmanis has Hepa-Titus





Like the previously tasted Mighty Boosh sez, my musickal diggings travel through 'time & space', so I’ve never been one for the Best of…(fill in the year) Lists. I was reading one of trusty73s recent posts over at Wilfully Obscure & I was, like, "I can totally relate". I'm still discovering things I missed from 2013 (or 2003 or 1963 or 1969 or 1987 or 2007…well, you get it). I do try to check out new releases from bands I've heard about from reliable??? sources or bands I've enjoyed on some of their previous outings. But I always try to check out the myriad 'Best of….Lists' that crop up near the end of the year around the interweb to see what I might have missed that might be worth checking out, as well as seeing how I did compared to others also trying to keep a finger on the pulse of modern music.

2014 seems to have been a busy year for many bands & artists, both new & old. I can’t say that I’m very positive about the state of today’s musical creativity, but I bought a few things over the past year that gave me some hope (this is why I supplement my collection by mining the wide world & the infinite past: crate digging; boot shopping; thrift-shop diving). I noticed numerous releases I have been enjoying making many lists, so I thought I’d make up a sampler of some of the tracks I’ve been grooving on. I’ve tried to illuminate the artist’s strengths with the tracks I picked (or presented two tracks to highlight an artist’s diversity (featuring hard blues & deep Tuareg from Tinariwen...pure funk & pure protest from D’Angelo...a strong vocal track & a fiery guitar track from Noura Mint Seymali...like that).


Of all the music I purchased this year that seemed to hit the lists, only four left me going Meh! A Sunday in Glasgow – Sea When Absent, United Waters – Sunburner, Medicine – Home Everywhere, & Brian Eno & Karl Hyde – High Life were all, in my opinion, less than stellar (on a better note, also from 2014 Brian Eno & Karl Hyde – Someday World was almost "Baby's on Fire" quality Eno).



Sweeping 2014, a strong wind across the Sahel…fantastic vocal supremacy from Mauritanian griot Noura Mint Seymali – Tzenni. Seymali’s vocals push an already supreme music to aethereal heights, coupled with the ripping electric guitar from Seymali’s husband Jeiche Ould Chighaly (the two pictured above).


& my beloved Sahel blues from Tinariwen – Emmaar. Tinariwen’s Radio Tisdas Sessions are near legend, but this new material might just be their best work to date.



Following closely on the winds of Africa are two strong Dub outings. Heir-apparent to the Kingship of Dub Prince Fatty meets Nostalgia 77 – In the Kingdom of Dub to claim his domain. The current reigning king (following King Tubby & Prince Jammy) Scientist releases The Dub Album They Didn’t Want You To Hear. Hear it now.

Others in this mix include:


Ava Luna – Electric Balloon challenges us with spastic cool until "PRPL" creeps into the mind through the earholes without our noticing & seduces in the most enjoyable way.


Brian Eno teamed up with Karl Hyde on Someday World to create some of the least ambient, most visceral tuneage he’s made in years.


Karl Hector & the Malcouns play some Afro-centric stylee that is Unstraight Ahead, which is always where I aim.



FKA Twig have issued two previous EPs (EP1 & EP2) & now give us an LP (LP1…what else?). If you don’t get the power of these vocals, roll over…then feel the spot-on musicianship takes hold. Oh yeah.



Fat White Family play so many variations on the thing they do that it was hard to pick a track, but being from Cali, I have to hope the Champagne Holocaust will "Bomb Disneyland".



The Heliocentrics have previously teamed up with Mulatu Astatke, Lloyd Miller, & Orlando Julius to great success. Now they have hooked up with Melvin Van Peebles of Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song & Watermelon Man fame to present The Last Transmission. I hope it’s not the last. Van Peebles lays down some street poetry/philosophy over Heliocentric’s groove. Galileo was right. All Hail Heliocentics.



Midge Ure, he of the ultra voice (vox), has presented a Fragile offering. Don’t break it.



Being a fan of the Black Mountain crew (Stephen McBean, Brad Truax,  Amber Webber, Joshua Wells, & Jeremy Schmidt), I was excited that Jeremy, the synth-scape/space rock one & Josh Wells, the pounding one, had recorded another release as Sinoia Caves (their last was 2006s The Enchanted Persuaded). Beyond the Black Rainbow is an official movie soundtrack that is strong enough to rule as a perfect stand-alone.



From the funkster behind Voodoo, many years in the making, comes the vital & immediate Black Messiah – D'Angelo & the Vanguard. Funk yeah meet Ferguson.



Right on, Rhyton! Some music that actually made me hopeful about the state of moderne musique. Sonic voyages originating from the great port city of Brooklyn, NY. Kykeon was a drink created by the ancient Greeks that had psychoactive properties. Good name for the radical concoctions they’re serving up here.



I find myself more familiar with night sweats or night wood, usually not The Night Terrors. But this one is, if not the greatest, at least an honest & perplexing attempt. This Spiral Vortex seems to grow on me the more revolutions I give it. I know I’ll be going back to it to further delve into its dark depths.



They said This would (Will) Destroy me (You) but it actually made me feel much better. Although it is Another Language, it seem less Destroyer, more Bardo Pond.



Benedic Lamdin or Nostalgia 77, an eclectic producer who switches between samples & live instrumentation with equal skill meets up with Prince Fatty In the Kingdom of Dub. Here the worlds of Dub & electric jazz collide in the Dubness of Dubhead.




Both Prince Fatty & Scientist have been featured prominently here in the past. I don't really need say more than this is The Dub Album They Didn't Want You To Hear


I've added a bonus track, a single release I bought on bandcamp from Hepa-Titus, an old Cows (hey, Kevin Rutmanis has Hepa-Titus…pass it on) cover Chow featuring King Buzzo of Melvins fame as guest vocalist (did you hear the one about Kevin Rutmanis?).

Various - Nothin’s 2014 Sampler
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Tracklist –
Hebebeb (Zrag) – Noura Mint Seymali
Toumast Tincha – Tinariwen
PRPL – Ava Luna
Strip it Down – Brian Eno & Karl Hyde
Girmas Lament – Karl Hector & the Malcouns
Weak Spot – FKA Twig
Bomb Disneyland – Fat White Family
Big Bang Reincarnation – Heliocentrics & Melvin Van Peebles
Let it Rise – Midge Ure
1983-Main Theme – Sinoia Caves
Another Life – D'Angelo & the Vanguards
California Black Box Vapors – Rhyton
Witness – Brian Eno & Karl Hyde
Force Field – The Night Terrors
Memory Loss – This Will Destroy You
Koud Edhaz Emin – Tinariwen
El Gusto – Karl Hector & the Malcouns
Lights On – FKA Twig
Special Ape – Fat White Family
El Mougelmen – Noura Mint Seymali
Skeletons Dub – Prince Fatty meets Nostalgia 77
Don’t Give Up Your Culture Dub – Scientist
Ain’t That Easy – D'angelo & the Vanguards
Chow (Cows cover) – Hepa-Titus

Enjoy,

ps. - As I was checking for errors, one glaring omission came to light. I somehow completely overlooked Shellac - Dude Incredible. Have it. Dig it. Have to get back to it later.

31 December 2014

20 - 15 - 10 - 5...the Countdown has Begun





Have a righteous new year (for those of you who follow this particular calendar). For your New Year’s pleasure, come with us now on a journey through time & space, to the world of the mightiest Mighty Boosh.


Tracklist –

Searching for a New Sound
Electro Boy
I Did a Shit (live)
The Moon Song
Listen to Your Heart
Crimps (the complete Collection)
Isolation
Shooting Star
Yeti Magic
Soup
Eels
Ape of Death
Crack Fox singing
We’ve Got the Funk
Nanageddon
Future Sailors
Naboo’s Hash Cakes
Crimp (outro)

bonus folder - Loose Tapestries Presents the Luxury Comedy Tapes

¡Próspero año nuevo!

24 December 2014

I'm Burning a Log Right Now

Have a Merry, everyone.


Enjoy Yourselves,

20 December 2014

Thee Three Kings



KG Imperial KGLP002, 1981.
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Side One –
First Generation – King Tubby
Second Generation – Prince Jammy
Third Generation – Scientist
Tubby’s New Fashion – King Tubby

Side Two –
Prince Jammy on the Scene – Prince Jammy
Scientist at His Best – Scientist
Tubbs the Originator – King Tubby
Original Style – King Tubby, Prince Jammy & Scientist

Have a kool Yule, fool

14 December 2014

I'm Lovin' Life at the Top



Here ya go, rowdies. I took this photo last time I was back in Pennsylvania. It was a great, great show.




Right off I’d say Muslimgauze & Legendary Pink Dots are already enough for this old lad. Add “Homage to Sewage” by Coil. Must I say more? Attrition, Bushido, Pornosect…well, duh, the list is below. Grab it or not, I already have it. But on a sour note, I bought my copy used & it didn’t have the free Absract Magazine Issue 4. If anyone has & would share scans, please, please let me know. From Orwell & 1984.


Various – Life at the Top, Third Mind Records TMLP07, 1984.
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Side 1 –
Perversion – A Primary Industry
Disinformation – Pornosect
The Lifesucker – Legendary Pink Dots
The Last Refuge – Attrition
A Diet of Nitro-Glycerine – The Loved One

Side 2 –
Extract from Beyond the Great Wall – Bushido
Homage to Sewage – Coil
The Prayer Clock – Stress
Muslim – Nagamatzu
Dissidents – Muslimgauze
Performances Parts 1-3 – Possession

Enjoy,

06 December 2014

What a Bunch of Bullwackie!





While On-U Sound rose to the challenge of Dub in England, in the U.S. that mantle was raised by none other than Bullwackie.

Bullwackie was born Lloyd Barnes in 1944 in Trenchtown, Jamaica. He moved to the Bronx, New York in 1967. He was an active member of the newly developing DJ scene in New York City (primarily the Bronx, Brooklyn, & Queens). When that scene became so fatally violent (Barnes tells of how after one particular gig he had to pull bullets out of his speakers), so oppositional to the spirit of unity & communal enjoyment that reggae & the sound system culture espoused, Barnes opted to turn his hands to studio production.  He is the founder of the independent record label Wackies, specializing in great Jamaican music. The Wackie’s label, with its Rastafarian image of a lion with a dreadlocked mane, was one of the earliest reggae labels in this country.





Barnes was a protégé of Prince Buster while in Jamaica. They recorded several singles during the 1960s. Lloyd then worked for Duke Reid's Treasure Isle label as an engineer before moving to New York. He opened Wackie's House of Music record store on 241st Street & White Plains Road. Behind this shop-front was his studio, the first significant reggae studio & label in the United States. This became the recording factory for Bullwackies & Wackies labels as well as other imprints such as Senrab (Barnes backwards), Hamma, & Senta. During the late 1970s & early 1980s he produced artists such as Horace Andy, Sugar Minott, Junior Byles, Roland Alphonso, Tyrone Evans, & Lee 'Scratch' Perry.




If you want a much more intimate & in-depth view of this Wackie Dub phenomenon, you can watch the 1980s film Wackies: Bulwackie in New York here. I highly recommend it.




Barnes presently resides in the Wakefield neighborhood in the New York City borough of the Bronx, where he owns & operates another music studio on 225th Street & White Plains Road, once more called Wackie’s.



In 2001, Basic Channel, a German label, began to reissue Barnes’ earlier recordings. Thanks to this comprehensive reissue campaign by Moritz Von Oswald & Mark Ernestus, Wackies continues to reach new listeners. The force & beauty of the Wackies style still sounds prodigious today.

Here are a few tastes to make your day Dubtastic:

Engineer Douglas (Prince Douglas) Levy was part of the original 74-75 Wackie's crew alongside Lloyd Barnes & Jah Upton. For a while he has his own label, Hamma, within the Bullwackies family. Along with Sugar's International Herb, this 1980 dub album is his finest work.

Many of the rhythms are derived from a tape given to the studio by Sly & Robbie, containing their versions of the then-current Joe Gibbs hits. There is also a brilliant treatment of "Tribesman Dub" using the rhythm of Tyrone Evans' "Black Like Me". But the deadliest cut of all reworks another gift, Steel Pulse's "Handsworth Revolution", which arrived in a parcel of records from England the same weekend as the recording session. "March Down Babylon Dub" finds Bullwackie himself at the microphone in his Chosen Brothers guise, as steely & apocalyptic as Douglas Levy's fabulous production.

Prince Douglas – Dub Roots re-issue, Wackie's W295, 2005.
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Side A –
Jam Love Dub
Hard Times Dub
Let Me Love You Dub
Tongue Shall Tell Dub
March Down Babylon Dub

Side B –
Sunshine Dub
You & Me Dub
North of the Border Dub
Tribesman Dub

This is one splendid Dub album...released originally on the Senrab label in 1976. The selection commemorates a series of brilliant seven & twelve inchers from labels like City Line & Wackies & from sister labels like Upton, Versatile, & Munchie Jackson's Earth imprint. The core rhythm tracks are straight from Jamaica. They are mostly tracks from Treasure Isle mixed by King Tubby. They were then worked over at the Sounds Unlimited studio on E. 24th Street in Manhattan.


Bullwackies All Stars – Dub Unlimited re-issue, Wackie's W-0036, 2006.

Side A –
Black Heart Dub
Disco Dub
Dub to Jah
Dub Seasoning
Dub Unlimited

Side B –
Bullwackies Revenge
Upton I
Hurricane Not I
Dubbing Around
Unlimited Dub


Enjoy,