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Rhythm and Sound mix

A dubbed out mix paying tribute to Rhythm and Sound with a selection of their tracks o­n Burial Mix and Rhythm and Sound as well as tracks by other artists such as Deadbea*t and labels like *Echochord and Mutek.

Chris box ? Rhythm and Sound mix

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download more dubs > Dubcast #5 and #6.

Dubcast #5 and #6.

LKJ – Bass Culture – Bass Culture
Scientist – various dubs
King Tubby – Various Dubs
Sly & Robbie – The Easy Dub – King Tubby?s Dancehall Dub
High Tone – bad weather – A.D.N
Lao – dubis
Willow – soulful own goal
The Upsetters – underground – Super Ape
Cooler – o­ne night in tokyo – Modern Wild Dub…ecial-version/

Biosphere – kobresia
Sonogram – barfly
Sonogram – dresden girls
Soldier Red – round 2 stand tall
Roots Control – Forward Roots
Mikey Dread – Resignation Dub
The Mebusas – son of Mr Bull Dog
Roots Manuva – Dub Styles
Alpha & Omega – It Hurts

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Episode 40:  Funky Kingston
  Funky Kingston

For episode 40, the Dub Session takes a version excursion to “Funky” Kingston

It’s the early 70’s. Kingston, Jamaica is abuzz with funky reggae sounds, new electronic wah-wah guitar pedals, moog keyboard synthesizers, and tons of funk-dafied reggae experimentation from King Tubby, Lee Perry, Bob Marley, Big Youth, The Skatalites, and the Pioneers.

This episode takes a trip to Kingston’s early 1970s funky reggae era, with some great reggae covers and versions of funk tunes. In addition, we have lots of home-grown Kingston hits, and a few U.S funksters like the Meters and the Ohio Players crossing over to provide funky reggae-ska-soul-funk versions.  Episode 40 kicks off with “Some Good Old Funky Music” from the Meters, and then hits us from the top like a “Crazy MotherFunky” featuring two duos with Bob Marley and Lee Perry – “Caution” and “Shocks Amighty.”  

The Funky Reggae era lasted in Kingston from 1968 until 1974. During this time, King Tubby and Lee Perry were the primary producers of funk and reggae crossover music.  In 1973 Bob Marley & The Wailer’s first Island records album “Catch a Fire”  introduced reggae to a broader, global audience.  After 1973, fans outside of Jamaica began their love affair with reggae, creating a new rush of interest and many new artists o­n Kingston scene. By 1975, “Funky Reggae” had given way to a new trend, the Rockers era (see Dub Session episode 28), heralding roots reggae artists and the new superstar – DJ vocalists and toasters.

Playlist – Funky Kingston
01 Intro – The Funky Meters – Good Old Funky Music
02 Bob Marley and Lee Perry – Caution and Shocks of Mighty pt. 1
03 King Tubby & Jacob Miller – City Of The Weak Heart Dub (Mixed by King Tubby)
04 The Ohio Players – Funky Worm
05 Cymande – 1972
06 The Funky Meters – Jambalaya
07 Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry – Kung Fu – Enter The Dragon – Theme from Hong Kong
08 Skatalites Meet King Tubby In Dub – Fugitive Dub – Motion Records
09 The Pioneers – papa was a rolling stone (reggae version)
10 Get Back – The Beatles (Toots and Maytals Reggae Version)
11 Lee Perry & The Upsetters – Jungle Lion
12 Jablonski – Soul Makossa -Out o­n A Funky Trip – Motion Records
13 Big Youth – Downtown Kingston Pollution
14 Version – Paul McCartney – Live and Let Die (reggae version)
15 Tommy McCook – Bubble Strut – Out o­n A Funky Trip – Motion Records
16 Bob_Marley_&_The_Wailers – Kinky Reggae –  Catch_A_Fire (Original_Jamaican_Version)
17 Power Steppers –  Dub Session Roots Future Bumper
18 Quincy Jones_Greatest Hits_Sanford & Son Theme The Streetbeater
19 The Dreads At King Tubby’s (1974 To 1977)- Dr. Alimentado & Jah Stitch-The Barber Feel It
20 The Funky Meters – Message From The Meters –
21 Lloyd Charmers & the Hippy Boys – Look-ka-py-py
22 Bob Marley – Chant Down Babylon Remixes- Roots, Rock, Reggae


killer site !

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Liquid Fire – Sound Di Big Ting


Liquid Fire – Sound Di Big Ting!

Brandnew Liquid Fire Mixtape ready and ponline! Check out di finest 50/50 (Dancehall/Roots) selection, with a lot of brandnew stuff dat recently dropped di street and bad remixes





01. Intro / Baby Cham – Ghetto Story / Beenie Man – We Set Di Ting RMX

EIGHTY FIVE RIDDIM02. Assasin – Anywhere We Go
03. Spice – Fight Ova Man
04. Blacker – Later Fi She
05. Baby Cham – Bring It o­n
06. Pinchers – Desperate Scenario

GALORE RIDDIM07. Vybz Kartel – Got Funds
08. Dr. Evil – More Punaany
09. Dr Evil – Social Commentary
10. T.O.K. – Breeda
11. Lady Saw – Mi Waan A Man
12. Wayne Marshall – I Forgot Dem
13. Leftside & Esco – Wine Up Pon Her
14. Buju Banton – Go Slow

NOOKIE RIDDIM15. Beenie Man – We Set Di Ting
16. Busy Signal – Fade Away
17. Cecile – No Mather
18. Sizzla – Nookie
19. Idonia – o­ne Motion
20. Bounty Killer – Guns We Buss
21. Wayne Marshall – High

BADDIS TING RIDDIM22. Assasin – Bad Out Deh
23. Mr. Vegas & Lexxus – Taxi Fare
24. T.O.K. – Top Shotta
25. Shabba – Shotta Fire
26. Ding Dong – Badman Forward Badman Pull Up
27. Beenie Man – Hum Hum
28. Mr. Peppa – Talk
29. We want some Pussy (Liquid Fire RMX)

R.A.W. RIDDIM30. Busy Signal – Up Into Di Club We Go
31. Vybz Kartel – Tic Toc
32. Lexxus – We Say Party
33. Elephant Man – Lose Control
34. Gyptian – Serious Times

SWEET SOP RIDDIM35. Jah Cure & Fantan Mojah – Nuh Build Great Man
36. Nanko – Lucky You
37. Elephant Man – Without A Woman

ISTANBUL RIDDIM38. T.O.K. – Marijuana
39. Jah Cure – What Does It Take
40. Buju Banton – Sensimilia In Istanbul (Liquid Fire RMX)
41. Bounty Killer – Say You’re Leaving

SOLID GROUND RIDDIM42. Perfect – 8 Gangstas
43. Fantan Mojah – Change
44. Luciano – Overdue

CRITICAL RIDDIM45. Busy Signal ft. Flava Unit – Youth Dem Free
46. Bascom X – Live It Up
47. Jah Thunder – If You See Her

ROSE APPLE RIDDIM48. Sizzla – Show A Little Love
49. Turbulence – Repatriation
50. Perfect – World Trade Center
51. T.O.K. – I Try
52. Roundhead – Hempire

PLAYLIST RIDDIM53. Wayne Marshall – Forgive Dem Please
54. Bounty Killer – World Gone Crazy
55. Perfect – Sweet And Black
56. Anthony B – Trigger Happy Cowboy
57. Turbulence – Got No Love

59. Chuck Fender – Light Dem
60. Kiprich – Tell me


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PETE MURDER TONE – Warrior's Dance. 60 mins of raw early UK digital roots & dub

Dub and Reggae wrote its own history in the UK. Especially when digital gear came into play during the mid-80s. Check how dub found its very unique sound then and the first of the now classic steppers were created – by using the strange YAMAHA-DX7 synth! Jah Shaka, Dread & Fred, Disciples & much more! by Pete Murder ToneListen to the full tape over at the JAHTARI Mixtapes section. Many more there!Read Pete’s excellent liner notes HERE!Get the full playlist HERE

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: Dub Cast # 1

: : Dub Cast # 1 Tracklisting : : :

Bong Ra vs The Dirty Dred – Jah Kingdom (knowledge & understanding mix) –
Treasure isle dub vol vol 1 – Willow Tree Dub – Treasure Isle –
Mad professor vs massive attack – no protection – ARIWA
LKJ in Dub – Shocking Dub – LKJ Records
Manessah vs x-rady – sound of the binghi – hi fidelity dub sessions vol 2 – Guidance
pole – kirschenessen –
rhythm & sound – see mi yah –
burning babylon – mek we jump –
version city dub clash – green dub –

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download Dub Roots Rap Reggae mixes

ZEN2 – Roots Rap Reggae

Sorry about last week, everyone! Here is some raggafied hip-hop to make up for it…

01. Klash intro
02. Run D.M.C. feat. Yellowman – Roots Rap Reggae
03. Daddy Freddy feat. Tenor Fly – Ruffneck Nuh Ramp
04. DJ Rewind feat. Elephant Man – Ridem 2
05. Fraga Ranks – Heat
06. Wicked Scorpion & Ruder Ranks – Long Cocky Man
07. Mad Lion – Take It Easy (KRS-One mix)
08. Raggamuffin Sound interlude
09. ODG – Little Stereo (intro)
10. Method Man – Bring Da Pain
11. KRS-One Mad Lion & Shaggy – Ey Yo (The Reggae Virus)
12. Tenor Saw – Ring the Alarm (Hip Hop Mix)
13. Mad Lion – Real Ting
14. Smif N Wessun – Soundbwoy Buriell
15. Mr. Vegas – Jacket
16. Shabba Ranks – No Bother Dis Soundboy
17. Shabba Ranks – Original Woman (Da Rockwildin Mix)
18. Method Man & Redman – Da Rockwilder
19. Stama Ranks – Warning!

>>DOWNLOAD>> ZEN2 – Roots Rap Reggae

I’m diggin this o­ne, and o­ne look at the tracklist will tell you why. Enjoy this o­ne in the last few days of summer! Big up yaself!

Jahsh – Common Thread

glory be to Jah!

1.Dave and Ansel Collins – “That Girl” (Techniques)
2.Lateef the Thruth Speaker – “The Wreckoning” (Quannum)
3.Thievery Corporation – “Assult o­n Babylon” (ESL)
4.Blu Cantrell – “Breathe” (Arista)
5.Labi Siffre – “I Got The” (Mr. Bongo)
6.Eminem – “My Name Is” Instramental (Interscope)
7.The Orb – “Towers of Dub” (Big Life)
8.Unknown [Pressure Sounds 31] – “Fire Bun Version” (Pressure Sounds)
9.Unknown [Rockers Sound Track] – “Jah No Dread” (Island)
10.U-ZIQ – “Phiesope” (High Rise/Astralwerks)
11.Groove Armand ft. Jeru – “Suntoucher” (Zamba)
12.Jimmy London – “I’m your puppet” (Blood & Fire)
13.Orbital – “Times Fly” (International)
14.Toots & the Maytals – “Funky Kingston” (Mango)
15.Butch Cassidy Sound System – “Cissy Strut” (Fenetik)
16.The Valentines – “Blam Blam Fever” (Trojan)
17.Renegade Soundwave – “The man who wouldn’t let wax wane” (Mute)
18.DJ Spooky – “The Vengeance of Galaxy” (Asphodel)
19. The Upsetters – “Sipreano” (Trojan)
20. Derrick Harriot & The Chosen Few – “Psychedelic Train” ( Trojan)
21. Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five – “The Message” (Sugar Hill)
22. Honey Boy Martin – “Dreader than Dread” (Trojan)
23. The Ethiopians – “Owe Me No Pray Me” (Studio o­ne)
24. Dandy Livenstone – “Rudy, A Message to You” (Trojan)
25. Marvin Gaye – “I” Play it Cool (Motown)
26. Smith & Mighty ft. Tammy Payne – “Same” (K7)
27. Bowery Electric ? “Things’ll Never Be the Same” (Rocket Girl)
28. DJ Wisdom – “Rude Bwoy War” – (Super Break)
29. Leftfield – “Melt” (Hard Hands)
30. Sister Nancy – “Bam Bam” (Techniques)
31. Version (Techniques)
32. Roots Manuva – “Revolution 5” (Big Dada)
33. Horace Andy – “Feel Good All Over” (Studio o­ne)
34. Massive Attach – “Karmacoma” (Portishead Experience) (Wild Bunch)
35. The Specials – “Ghost Town” (2Tone)

>>DOWNLOAD>> Jahsh – Common Thread

Not your average dub reggae mix! I really, really enjoyed this o­ne. Lift up ya spliff hand!

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jahtari – 8bit reggae

jahtari – 8bit reggae

“We are a small record label based in Leipzig / Germany and we produce a kind ofmusic here which we call – for the lack of a better term – DIGITAL LAPTOP REGGAE (DLR).This means nothing else but that we produce first and above all REGGAE music (or DUB) in it’s classical sense, which in itself is nothing new, but since we’re having a background of mostly electronic music we’re doing this with the o­nly tool that is obvious to use for that purpose – a COMPUTER, and a computer o­nly.

Most of our music will be out o­n vinyl quite soon but since we’re living in the 21st century full of multimedia gimmicks we will release a monthly series of so called ‘NET-7inches’ here o­n our site that will be available for free download. ”

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Slacker Trombone.mp3   13.02.2004 60,9MB A mix to celebrate the 70th birthday of Rico Rodriguez.
Random Stamina Volume X.mp3   12.02.2004 68,2MB Random Stamina Volume X, another dancehall reggae mixxx, compiled by Dr. Auratheft.
Bam Bam.mp3   18.01.2005 60,3MB Bam Bam (Jamaican Mento Mixxx), a collection of mento classics, mixed by Dr. Auratheft.
Tsunami Terror Mixxx.mp3   07.01.2005 59,8MB Tsunami Terror Mixxx, a compilation of Sri Lanka dancehall & hiphop, mixed by Dr. Auratheft.
A Winter’s Prayer.mp3   24.12.2004 73,4MB A Winter’s Prayer, to get you through the winter mixxx, mixed by Dr. Auratheft.
King Tubby’s Home Town HiFi Sound System.mp3   14.04.2004 55,9MB King Tubby’s Home Town HiFi Sound System, a tribute to the Late King Tubby, mixed by Dr. Auratheft.
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2. A net label distributing dub inspired electronic music in form of mp3 files.

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