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Natures Dub

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Album Review

New York-based reggae producer Lloyd "Bullwackie" Barnes quietly created some of the best dub reggae of the 1980s, including this delightfully nocturnal-sounding gem originally released in 1982. Everything is stripped back to essentials here, with only an occasional vocal line (courtesy of Jah Butta) floating in and out of the mix, while the unhurried rhythms (by the Bullwackies All Stars and the New Breed) make the seven tracks feel like a single integrated suite. Highlights include "Mash It Up," a version of Junior Delgado's "Sons of Slaves" called "Slave Dub," and Clive Hunt's take on "Rockfort Rock," called here — what else? — "Rockfort Dub." This same set (with exactly the same art work) first appeared on CD from Wackies in 2002.

Biography

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '70s, '80s

During the early '80s, dub producer Lloyd "Bullwackie" Barnes maintained a busy studio in the Bronx, where he produced a large ensemble of reggae vocalists and released the music on his Wackies label. The vocalists Barnes (whose nickname is Bullwackie) worked with include such luminaries as Horace Andy, Wayne Jarrett, and Junior Delahaye as well as others: Love Joys, Naggo Morris, Meditations, Stranger Cole, Sugar Minott, Clive Field Marshall, and Leroy Sibbles. This loose collective has become...
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Natures Dub, Wackies
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  • 6,99 €
  • Genres: Reggae, Music, Dub
  • Released: 26 September 2005

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