Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date

Dubd'sco Volumes 1 & 2
Bunny Wailer
Solomonic/RAS
CD
14-01-1999

Track list
  1. Roots Raddics Dub
  2. Battering Down Dub
  3. Armageddon Dub
  4. Dub Tree
  5. Burning Dub ( Love Fire)
  6. Rasta Dub
  7. Dub Dreams (Dreamland)
  8. Burial Dub
  9. Predominately Dub
  10. Dub The Proud Land
  11. Rule This Dub
  12. The Toughest Dub
  13. Dancing Dub
  14. Mellow Dub
  15. Keep On Dubbing
  16. Hypocritical Dub
  17. Worly Girly Dubby
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)
Vocals : 4/5 Backing : 5 Production : 5 Sound quality : 4 Sleeve : 4
Bunny Wailer's "Dubd'sco Volumes 1 & 2" features inspired Sylvan Morris - the man who had been largely responsible for the distinctive recorded sound of Studio One - and Carl Patterson dubbed versions of five classic songs from Bunny Wailer's excellent debut album "Blackheart Man" as well as nine tracks from his tribute to the group he co-founded "Sings The Wailers", one tune from "In I Father's House" plus the "Roots Raddics" and "Love Fire" 45s. Probably most of the songs included are well known and highly appreciated by many reggae fans, but it's truly an exciting experience to hear them in a different i.e. dubwise style. The way in which all songs have been given a dub treatment can be qualified as one that allows plenty of space around the instruments and voice as they fade in and out the mix. Besides Bunny Wailer's excellent vocal delivery there are also outstanding contributions from guitarist Earl "Chinna" Smith, bass players Aston "Family Man" Barrett and Robbie Shakespeare, drummers Carlton Barrett, Sly Dunbar and Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace, trumpeter Bobby Ellis, saxofonists Tommy McCook, Dean Fraser and Dirty Harry, keyboard players Tyrone Downie, Winston Wright and Keith Sterling and percussionist "Sticky" Thompson.
"Dubd'sco Volumes 1 & 2" is a very enjoyable dub album filled with great and essential sounds from the late 70s, so check it out !!