King Tubby / Prince Jammy – His Majesty’s Dub (1983)

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“A typically outstanding 1983 dub outing from two masters of the form, HIS MAJESTY’S DUB contains a set of rhythms recorded by the inimitable Jah Woosh at studios all across Jamaica during the early ‘80s, and mixed by dub innovators Prince Jammy and King Tubby. These recordings feature outstanding performances from some of the finest Jamaican instrumentalists of the era, including Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare, Vin Gordon, Bobby Ellis, and ‘Family Man’ Barrett.”
allmusic

His Majesty’s Dub is a 1976 dub album by King Tubby and Prince Jammy, sometimes credited to Prince Jammy v King Tubbys. It features Carlton Barrett and Sly Dunbar on drums, Robbie Shakespeare and Aston Barrett on bass guitar, and Ansel Collins on keyboards, among other personnel. The album was produced by Jah Woosh, and engineered by King Tubby and Prince Jammy, along with Maxie and frequent collaborator Errol Thompson. The album was recorded at Randy’s in Kingston, Jamaica.”
Wikipedia

YouTube: Prince Jammy v. King Tubby – His Majestys Dub – Rullin Power, Jah Works, King of Kings

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