UK two CD set. From the 1950s, when his sound system ruled Kingston's dancehalls, through to his untimely passing early in 1975, Arthur 'Duke' Reid remained a giant of the Jamaican music industry, playing, promoting and producing some of the most important and influential recordings ever to see issue on the island. Such was the quality of his work that long after his old friend, Sonia Pottinger had acquired his Treasure Isle studio and catalog, demand for his productions persisted, prompting the regular reissue of his hits, be they in original form, as remixes, DJ cuts or dub versions. Fortunately, in Errol Brown, Pottinger had in her employ one of Jamaica's foremost sound engineers, whose talents at the mixing desk ensured the high quality of any reinterpretations of Reid's work, as evidenced by a trio of dub albums he oversaw in the mid-Seventies. These three seminal long-players provide the focus for this essential set, with disc one comprising both volumes of Treasure Dub and disc two featuring Pleasure Dub along with a host of rare and previously unissued bonus dub cuts from the period. The result is arguably the finest collection of classic dub music for decades!
UK two CD set. From the 1950s, when his sound system ruled Kingston's dancehalls, through to his untimely passing early in 1975, Arthur 'Duke' Reid remained a giant of the Jamaican music industry, playing, promoting and producing some of the most important and influential recordings ever to see issue on the island. Such was the quality of his work that long after his old friend, Sonia Pottinger had acquired his Treasure Isle studio and catalog, demand for his productions persisted, prompting the regular reissue of his hits, be they in original form, as remixes, DJ cuts or dub versions. Fortunately, in Errol Brown, Pottinger had in her employ one of Jamaica's foremost sound engineers, whose talents at the mixing desk ensured the high quality of any reinterpretations of Reid's work, as evidenced by a trio of dub albums he oversaw in the mid-Seventies. These three seminal long-players provide the focus for this essential set, with disc one comprising both volumes of Treasure Dub and disc two featuring Pleasure Dub along with a host of rare and previously unissued bonus dub cuts from the period. The result is arguably the finest collection of classic dub music for decades!
5013929274334

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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 09/20/2019
UPC: 5013929274334

Treasure Dub Albums Collection (Exp) (Uk)
Artist: Errol Brown & The Supersonics
Format: CD
New: Available 22.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. De Pauper a Dub
2. Construction Dub Style
3. Dub So True
4. Arabian Dub
5. Dub I Love
6. Willow Tree Dub
7. Touch a Dub
8. This Yah Dub
9. Everybody Dubbing 1
10. Moody Dub 1
11. Dub on Little Girl 1
12. You'll Dub 1
13. Ballistic Queen 1
14. Reigning Dub 1
15. Toughest Dub 1
16. Midnight Dub 1
17. Chucky Love 1
18. Gemini Rock 1
19. Guidance 2
20. Top Ranking 2
21. Love Chant 2
22. Twilight Love 2
23. Tracking Dub 2
24. Love Dub 2
25. Dub with Strings 2
26. Lift Off 2
27. Ride de Dub 2
28. Rema Skank 2
29. Bond Street Rock 3
30. Many Questions 3
31. The Attorney 3
32. Silver Hour 3
33. Twilight Rock 3
34. Dreads Leaving Babylon 3
35. I Shave the Barber 3
36. I See Your Face Version 3
37. Can't Stop the Dub 3
38. Moonlight Dub 3
39. Stealing Version 4
40. It's You I Dub 4
41. Don't Touch Me Dub 4
42. Baby I Dub You 4
43. Kansas City Dub 4
44. Get on the Right Version 4
45. If I Could Dub This World 4
46. Travelling Dub

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UK two CD set. From the 1950s, when his sound system ruled Kingston's dancehalls, through to his untimely passing early in 1975, Arthur 'Duke' Reid remained a giant of the Jamaican music industry, playing, promoting and producing some of the most important and influential recordings ever to see issue on the island. Such was the quality of his work that long after his old friend, Sonia Pottinger had acquired his Treasure Isle studio and catalog, demand for his productions persisted, prompting the regular reissue of his hits, be they in original form, as remixes, DJ cuts or dub versions. Fortunately, in Errol Brown, Pottinger had in her employ one of Jamaica's foremost sound engineers, whose talents at the mixing desk ensured the high quality of any reinterpretations of Reid's work, as evidenced by a trio of dub albums he oversaw in the mid-Seventies. These three seminal long-players provide the focus for this essential set, with disc one comprising both volumes of Treasure Dub and disc two featuring Pleasure Dub along with a host of rare and previously unissued bonus dub cuts from the period. The result is arguably the finest collection of classic dub music for decades!