In A Dub Style
Tafari Records
November 19, 2007

Track list
  1. Hot Stuff
  2. Roof Top
  3. Stop Signal
  4. Private Life
  5. Reference
  6. Breached
  7. Silence Is Golden
  8. Washington Jump
  9. Sharpville Massacre
  10. Dunkirk Hop
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)
Vocals : - Backing : 4 Production : 4 Sound quality : 4 Sleeve : 3
Bebo Phillips, aka Beswick Phillips, aka Bebo produced some nice albums during the first half of the eighties: Al Campbell - Bad Boy (1984), Carlton Livingston - Rumours (1984), Carlton Livingston - Soweto (1981) and Peter Metro & Friends - Dedicated To You (1984). Most of his stuff got released on the UK based label CSA.

The dub album 'Bebo In Dub Style' hit the streets in 1985 and is now reissued by Taffari Records. Although it's called 'Dub' we would rather call it an instrumental riddim set. There's no gimmickry, sound effects or what so ever. It's no negative thing, the riddims are nice and the musicians are in good shape. It's hard to find out what riddims are used. Hot Stuff is the riddim for Sugar Minott's 'Uptown Girl', a massive 1983 hit. Stop Signal uses the bassline of the Heptones 'Party Time' riddim. That's as far as we could get with our research.

Here's a list of people involved in the making of this album, which was recorded at the famous Channel One studios in Kingston :
  • Mixing Engineer : Peter Chemist
  • Engineer : Soljie Hamilton
  • Drums : Sly Dunbar
  • Bass : Robbie Shakespeare
  • Rhythm Guitar : Willie Lindo
  • Lead Guitar : Robbie Shakespeare
  • Piano : Robert Lynn
  • Trumpet : David Madden
  • Trombone : Nambo Robinson
  • Saxophone : Dean Fraser
  • Percussions : Scully Simms & Sticky & Sky Juice