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Joe Gibbs and The Professionals

Sniper

Joe Gibbs and The Professionals

Sniper

Sharp shooting steppers with early electronic stabs...

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JACOB MILLER

I'm A Natty

JACOB MILLER

I'm A Natty

Rudest Moog squelches on a deadly reggae soul mover.

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Ruddy Thomas & Welton Irie

Shake Your Body Down To The Ground

Ruddy Thomas & Welton Irie

Shake Your Body Down To The Ground

Skanking disco mix of the Jackson's funk classic

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DENNIS BROWN

How Can I Leave You

DENNIS BROWN

How Can I Leave You

12" mix of Brown's deep and moody lovers vibes for extended dancehall pleasure.

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JOE GIBBS & THE PROFESSIONALS

Roots Kunte Kintye

JOE GIBBS & THE PROFESSIONALS

Roots Kunte Kintye

Exceptional dub roots and spaces out effects...

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Lizzy & Cornell Campbell

Aquarius

Lizzy & Cornell Campbell

Aquarius

Early soul and ska influences mingle on a killer rhythm for Cornell Campbell.

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Carol Gonzales & Paddy Roots

Sweet Sensation/ Sweet Drum and Bass

Carol Gonzales & Paddy Roots

Sweet Sensation/ Sweet Drum and Bass

Slick disco skank business

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Joe Gibbs and The Professionals

Heavy Duty Dub

Joe Gibbs and The Professionals

Heavy Duty Dub

Synths driven chamber dub. The title says it all...

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Joe Tex, U-Black & Welton Irie

Friday Evening

Joe Tex, U-Black & Welton Irie

Friday Evening

Dread bass weight and nice-up weekend vibes.

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Joe Gibbs and The Professionals

Angola Crisis

Joe Gibbs and The Professionals

Angola Crisis

Foundation riddim for one of the most versioned reggae songs of all time...

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The Mighty Two

C/W Burning Version

The Mighty Two

C/W Burning Version

Spine-chilling and ghostly studio experiment from Gibbs and Thompson.

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Glen Brown & Friends

No More Slavery

Glen Brown & Friends

No More Slavery

Melancholy melodica, keys and spiritual Nyabinghi drumming masterpiece

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Joe Gibbs and The Professionals

Dub Three

Joe Gibbs and The Professionals

Dub Three

Nutty natty cut of doorbells, cuckoos and horns dubbed to infinity...

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Michael Black & Ranking Joe

Natty Contractor/ Drunken Master

Michael Black & Ranking Joe

Natty Contractor/ Drunken Master

Rudest Moog squelches on a deadly reggae soul mover.

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“14 tracks Dubbing with Joe Gibbs”

Joe Gibbs was responsible for over 100 Jamaican number one records and was credited with creating one of the earliest instrumental dub albums on 1972s 'Dub Serial'. During the early to mid sixties he trained as an electrical engineer in the USA before opening up a repairs shop in Kingston. Not long after, he started supplementing his trade with record sales, eventually opening a studio in the back room with a two track tape recorder and some help from a young engineer, Lee Perry. Perry eventually dissolved their relationship, but in association with Bunny Lee, Gibbs set up his Amalgamated label, achieving major success with an early rocksteady classic, Roy Shirley's 'Hold Them'. His most successful period started in 1972 at a new studio working alongside Errol Thompson under the 'Mighty Two' handle and fuelled by deadly rhythms from in-house band The Professionals (including the riddim twins Sly & Robbie). Here the Mighty Two created a hit factory, producing hundreds of singles for everyone from Black Uhuru to Big Youth. This selection is by no means definitive but does traverse a massive cross section of Gibbs oeuvre, from dread roots dub to flying steppers and heavyweight disco mixes, the depth and breadth of the material is quite staggering...

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On 05 May 10:08 minkyman said:

“iPhone/iPad”

When you guys going to make this (and Boomkat) for that matter iPhone/iPad compatible? As summer comes around I again find myself wanting to check out some tunes while sitting somewhere sunny. Maybe I'm weird to want to do this on my iPhone, but you'll probably be missing a trick with the iPad too. Time to sort it out?

On 05 May 10:31 Axtek said:

“iPad”

I agree with Minkyman. You've got to move into the real world. Keep up!

On 05 May 13:21 14Tracks Boomkat said:
http://14tracks.com

“Re: Axtek / Minkyman”

Hey guys, all our releases on 14tracks.com and Boomkat are Itunes, Iphone and Ipad compatible - and have been since we first started selling downloads. You aren't unable to listen to previews of the releases on an Iphone/ipad because of Adobe/Flash not being supported by Apple on these platforms. We're currently looking at adapting a non-flash player.

On 05 May 15:03 Tim said:

I think they're talking about viewing the website on their iPhones/Pads with some app, not the listening to the songs.

Wouldn't mine an Android one tough.

On 06 May 12:15 Minkyman said:

“Tim”

yeah, that's exactly what I'm talking about - would just love to be able to do my record shopping out and about. Apple have made it clear they're not going to adopt Flash ever, so great to hear you're looking at non-flash options

On 06 May 12:30 Minkyman said:

“On Topic”

Feel bad for taking this off topic..

Really feeling the skanky disco vibe of the Carol Gonzeles/Paddy Roots and (especially) Ruddy Thomas/Welton Irie/Jacksons tunes - ace!

On 13 May 12:18 Ronan said:

“Great mix”

Thanks guys,

this will be prefect for the summer :-)

On 18 May 12:22 Scott said:

“Apple”

Shouldn't any criticism be aimed at Apple? They expect everything else to bend to their will and do not compromise. I have never and will never buy Apple.