- Performer Keith Hudson
- Title I Broke The Comb / This Natty All Right
- Style Roots Reggae
- Other formats AU AIFF MIDI DXD MP2 MP1 MOD
- Genre Reggae
- Size MP3 1860 mb
- Size FLAC 1541 mb
- Rating: 4.2
- Votes: 472
First outing of producer Junior Walker alone with King Tubby and Jah Woosh and a two track tape with the mixed version of Horace Andy's "I'm Alright" from producer Keith Hudson. No problem for King Tubby to throw in some effects on his earlier mix of the original for a brand new sound that went on to become the "Aright Dub" for the "Pick-a-Dub" album by King Tubby & The Barrett Bros the band on this track was the Soul Syndicate and produced by Junior Walker on the Jusic International label.
Artist: Keith Hudson Title Of Album: The Black Breast Has Produced Her Best, Flesh Of My Skin Blood Of My Blood Release Date: 1974 Label: Mamba Genre: Reggae Style: Roots Reggae, Dub Quality: MP3. Tracklist. 01 Hunting 02 Flesh Of My Skin 03 Blood Of My Blood 04 Testing Of My Faith 05 Fight Your Revolution 06 Darkest Night 07 Talk Some Sense (Gamma Ray) 08 Treasures Of The World 09 My Nocturne 10 I Shall Be Released 11 No Friends Of Mine 12 Stabiliser. 01 Lost All Sense Of Direction 02 Jah Jah 03 Don't Look At Me So 04 Look At Me 05 Don't Let The Teardrops Fool You 06 Teardrops 07 Like I'm Dying 08 Turn The Heater On 09 So Cold Without You 10 Five More Minutes Of Your Time 11 My Time 12 Torch Of Freedom 13 Freedom Movements. Скрытый текст, Hidden text.
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Pick a Dub is a 1974 album by Jamaican producer and musician Keith Hudson. Critically well received, it is widely regarded as an important work in the dub music genre which evolved out of reggae. Featuring remixes of earlier material, it focuses on heavy drums and bass guitar, with echoing vocals to underscore the intense percussive rhythm. Carlton and Aston Barrett and Augustus Pablo contributed music, while vocal fragments include Hudson, Horace Andy and Big Youth.
Keith Hudson succumbed to lung cancer in 1984, at age 38, robbing reggae of one its greatest, most adventurous, and unheralded producers and performers. The 1974 Pick A Dub set gets a glorious re-release from 17 North Parade, VP Records’ subsidiary label, as a double vinyl LP and cd both containing no less than 8 extra tracks, vocal cuts as well as instrumental/dub outtakes. Excellent liner notes are from Harry Wise. The riddims on this album are stripped down to the bare essentials, breathtaking drum & bass excursions, keyboard and guitar fading in and out and vocal snippets flying in and out to create an overwhelming listening experience. The title track is the dub counterpart of Big Youth’s S 90 Skank. Keith also did a vocal cut on the riddim called We Will Make It Up.
B1. I'm Not Satisfied. Rasta Communication (LP, Album).
|A||–Keith Hudson||I Broke The Comb|
|B||–Jah Woosh & H. Andy*||This Natty All Right|