These are great riffs from the early days of dub, a tad lighter in concept than what oozed from Tubby, a bit gentler in tone than what Scratch would offer later. For those with an interest in the history of the genre, this is nearly essential. For those who just want to groove, this will slide through your brain and hips and set your head to nodding. Beautiful music from the soul of a beautiful man.
A dub album would also appear out of the blue from one day to another. I once asked Ronnie Lion, the label owner, where a dub album had come from, and he said that he had had time the night before to dig out a few tapes and make a new dub CD overnight. The moral of the story is that dub mixing allows you to create marketable extra material quickly and easily. A dub track is usually a remix of a reggae track, and before we can move onto the mixing techniques used in dub we need to get to grips with the basics of a reggae rhythm. There are a number of fundamental elements that are common to most reggae rhythm tracks.
Dub has influenced many genres of music, including rock (most significantly the subgenre of post-punk and other kinds of punk), pop, hip hop, disco, and later house, techno, ambient, electronic dance music, and trip hop. Dub has become a basis for the genres of jungle and drum and bass[. This album was released in 1970. More eclectic use of dub techniques are apparent in the work of BudNubac, which mixes Cuban bigband with dub techniques.
From drone to dubstep, the values and techniques of dub are more present than ever in the music we consume every day. Yet, for many, dub appears an impenetrable genre – the sort of thing we know we should be into, but we don’t quite know where to start with. That’s why we asked David Katz – renowned reggae historian, photographer and more – to write us the Beginner’s Guide to Dub, with quotes from Bunny Lee, Niney the Observer, Glen Brown, Adrian Sherwood, Dennis Alcapone, Roy Cousins and more. Prince Jammy actually cut an album called Computerised Dub in 1986, yet the digital format was detrimental, being less conducive to dub’s mixing peculiarities than the sound of live instruments captured on analogue equipment.
The Techniques You Are My Everything 14. The Techniques - Time Has Come 15. The Shades - She's Gonna Marry Me Winston Riley started his production career as a singer with an enviable track record, having formed the Techniques in 1962 and hitting the top of the charts two years later with the splendid 'Little Did You Know' for Duke Reid's esteemed Treasure Isle label. When the frantic ska beat slowed down and turned into rocksteady Winston remained the only permanent component of the Techniques, arguably Jamaica's finest vocal group. Liner Notes by Chris Lane Includes unlimited streaming of The Techniques & Friends - Winston Riley's Rock Steady & Early Reggae 1968-1969 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Purchasable with gift card.
5. Rod Of Righteousness.
Other techniques include dynamically adding extensive echo, reverb, panoramic delay, and occasional dubbing of vocal or instrumental snippets from the original version or other works Dub was pioneered by Osbourne "King Tubby" Ruddock, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Errol Thompson and others in the late 1960s. Since the inception of dub in the late 1960s, its history has been intertwined with that of the punk rock scene in the UK. The Clash worked on collaborations involving Jamaican dub reggae creators like Lee "Scratch" Perry (whose "Police & Thieves", co-written with Junior Murvin, was covered by the Clash on their first album) and Mikey Dread (on the Sandinista album).
Boris Gardiner Untitled Instrumental Techniques/Dub Store Records Dub, Reggae. WAV. Quick View Play all (2). Tommy McCook & Karl Bryan Cool Stick Techniques/Dub Store Records Dub, Reggae. Vin Gordon & Jemeniah 2 Horns of Paradise Techniques/Dub Store Records Dub, Reggae. Alton Ellis & Vin Gordon It's Your Thing Techniques/Dub Store Records Dub, Reggae.
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|1||Born To Love|
|4||In The Mood|
|5||I'll Be Waiting|
|6||Man Of My World|
|7||Find A Fool|
|14||Once In My Life|
|17||Run For Your Life|
|18||Who Is The One|
Featuring – Winston Wright
|20||Ready Or Not|
- Artwork [Cover Design] – Jeb Loy Nichols
- Bass – Boris Gardiner, Robbie Shakespeare
- Design – Thomas And Thomas @ Blue*
- Drums – Sly Dunbar
- Guitar – Ranchie McLean*, Dwight Pickney*, Earl "Chinna" Smith
- Horns – Bobby Ellis, Drumbago, Roland Alphonso, Tommy McCook
- Keyboards – Ansel Collins, Jackie Mittoo, Steely
- Mastered By – Guy Davis
- Mixed By – Soljie Hamilton*, Winston Riley
- Photography By – Adrian Boot
- Producer – Winston Riley
NotesMixed at Channel 1 & Dynamic Studios, Kington Jamaica.
Mastered at Hiltongrove.
Made in England
Expanded version of Winston Riley - Meditation Dub (tracks 1 to 10) originally released in 1977.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 019148 613794
- Label Code: LC 8619
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|PSLP 15||Techniques*||Techniques In Dub (LP, Comp)||Pressure Sounds||PSLP 15||UK||1997|
|WRLP15||Winston Riley||Meditation Dub (LP, Album, RE)||Techniques||WRLP15||UK||Unknown|
|none||Winston Riley||Meditation Dub (LP)||Mummy||none||Jamaica||1977|
|none||Winston Riley||Meditation Dub (LP)||Techniques||none||Jamaica||Unknown|
Title: Techniques In Dub
Date of release: 1997
Style: Dub, Roots Reggae
Size MP3: 1796 mb
Size FLAC: 1960 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
Other Formats: FLAC AUD AIFF DXD MOD MP2 AC3