After running a sound system and studying electronics overseas, Spanish Town-based Harry Mudie began releasing rhythm and blues recordings by local performers, enjoying more concerted success during the reggae era of the late 1960s and mid-1970s, crafting lasting hits with artists like Dennis Walks and the Spanish Town-based toaster I Roy. The first volume of the 'Dub Conference' series, made with King Tubby, has stripped-down cuts of some of Mudie's greatest productions, including 'Lorna's Dance,' a percussion and horns take of 'Caught You In A Lie,' and a strings cut of the Heptones' 'Love Without Feeling.' Excellent!
A1 Full Dose Of Dub A2 Madhouse Dub A3 Dub For The Dread A4 Dub With A Difference A5 Caught You Dubing
B1 Roman Dub B2 Dub Confrence B3 Heavy Duty Dub B4 Strip-Tease Dub B5 String Dub In Rema
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