Prince Jammy

Pressure Sounds * PS67 * 2010

Strictly Dub

Strictly Dub

  • Immigrant Dub Listen
  • Basement Dub
  • Brooklyn Dub
  • B.Q.E. Dub
  • Interboro Dub
  • Old Country Dub
  • 42nd Street Dub
  • 271 Utica Dub
  • Bronx Fashion Dub
  • Strictly Dub
  • Mother Dub
  • Dis Dub Rule

Information

An obscure dub album that briefly surfaced in the early eighties on the US imprint ‘Jammys Records’ which is now rightly regarded as a minor masterpiece of Jammy’s mixing style. Ten tracks on the vinyl release and two bonus tracks on the CD.

Reviews

strictly dub tastic

bjamin, Apr 11, 2010
this is really good, however i do believe i already have these dub tracks elsewhere by other artists, so these rhythms have actually been available for a little while like a couple of years or so or a little more, but not by prince jammy up until this. This is a solid album though the tracks i have are very similar but somehow prince jammy has enhanced them ever so slightly to be somewhat better than the ones i had previously.

all the tracks are suited in the order they are and go from one to the next very well my favourites are B.Q.E. dub, Interboro dub as well as the blinding opener Immigrant dub and they all got good bassy rhythms aswell as the light percussion. And the tempo starts off medium, builds to a higher tempo in the middle, then lowers again to a medium tempo by the end. heavy bass, yet light airy feel, dancey rhythm chill tunes is how i describe it. brilliant cd i recommend it big up pressure sounds !!!

Strictly DUB

marky dread, May 13, 2010
Just took delivery of this CD, and i'm quite pleased with it! A nice set - fantastic quality, both on Jammy's part (which goes without saying!) and Pressure Sounds. A bit short in the length (JUST over 40 minutes), but that could be due to the fact that we are SO spoiled with this medium!
Solid, BOOMING and worth every second.

Recommended!

manfred, Oct 14, 2010
this is "old style dub" at it´s best. as mentioned before some of this dubs can be found elsewhere. but jammys style is allways a pleasure and it surely doesen´t hurt that he got the support from sly, robbie, gladstone and some other heroes of the golden dub age. love it.

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