8 thoughts on “ Guide Us Dub - Various - Reggae For Humanity Volume 1 (CD)

  1. In late 70's Jamaica, spurred on by the advent of Disco in the USA, major producers like the mighty Joe Gibbs started providing extended mixes of their biggest hits. Often these tracks would just be a protracted version of the original tune made for the 12" disco spinners, but in Jamaica they did it with their own twist, often combining two vocals onto the same groove. On Vol.1 of '12" Reggae.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of On-U Sound Present Reggae Archive Volume 1 on Discogs. Label: On-U Sound - ON-U CD 21 • Series: Reggae Archive - Vol. 1 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Reggae • Style: Roots Reggae, Dub/5(11).
  3. This latest collection of tracks from the Wackies archive features 18 tracks largely never before available on cd, kicking of with the incredible Prince Douglas version of 'March Down Babylon', as later re-made by the mighty Rhythm & Sound who are also responsible for this reissue series. This track alone would make this compilation utterly essential, but from here on in every track is a stone.
  4. US: Sell This Version: Various: Dark Skin Dub Various - Reggae For Humanity Volume 1 ‎ (CD, Comp, Dig) Manila Jeepney: MJPCD US: Sell This Version: 1 – 22 of Show. Reviews Add Review. Lists Add to List. Videos.
  5. Reggae For Humanity Vol.1 (Dark Skin Girls Riddim / Guide Us Riddim), an album by Various Artists on Spotify.
  6. **Volume 1** Basic Channel continue on their mission to re-present the Wackies catalogue in full, both volumes of Reggae Goodies came out around on Bullwackies' City Line imprint, which celebrated the Wackies HQ, and the NY subway track ending at White Plains Road. They are based on a compilation of 7" a-sides, which had appeared over the previous few years on labels like Versatile, .
  7. Reviewed in the United States on November 16, Seriously, this compilation brings the bass and head bobbing of the best dub reggae. For 66 minutes, you too can bob along to the masters of this art form, from the architect, King Tubby, to his offspring (Scientist, Dillinger, etc.)/5(7).
  8. 'The Rough Guide to Reggae' is invaluable to anyone interested in reggae music, or Jamaican popular music in general. I strongly urge you to cough up the 20$ and buy this one, at the very least, check out your local library. This'll really guide you along. Of the well over album recommendations, these + are marked as 'essential' albums, belonging to any decent reggae collection.

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