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Album Review

(Niney is best known as a producer who continues to present the finest in Jamaican talent from his studio in Kingston. He has produced a few lackluster dub albums in the past, but "Observer Attack Dub" finds him making a quantum leap in musical quality by jumping backward in time for his source material; all of the tracks on this disc were originally recorded between 1969 and 1976 by legendary producer King Tubby, and are given brand-new dub treatments by Niney for this release. The all-star instrumental cast gives Niney plenty of rock-solid groove to work with, and he rules the mixing board like a man inspired. His remixes create new musical gestures as if out of a void, and the sound is exquisite, much better than one would have the right to expect from recordings of this vintage. This disc is highly recommended.

Biography

Born: 1951 in Montego Bay, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Producer Niney the Observer was among the chief architects behind the classic reggae sound of the early 1970s. Born Winston Holness in Montego Bay, Jamaica in 1951, he acquired the Niney moniker when he lost a thumb in a workshop mishap; he entered the music industry during the late '60s as a protégé of producer Bunny Lee, later working with Lee "Scratch" Perry. Upon establishing his own Observer label, Niney's first hit was the 1970 Dennis Alcapone single "Mr. Brown"; later that year he unleashed...
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