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  Digital Media Insider Podcast 21: Remixing Tips with Francis Preve
Subject:   Dub mixes
Date:   2008-04-27 07:59:17
From:   reiners
Response to: Dub mixes

David,


Here's a list of producers (and, in once case, a band) I would like to hear interviews of (along with a representative song or two by them (and the album it's from)):


Lee Perry (1936--)
* "Well Dread" - "Africa's Blood"


Dub Is A Weapon (a band that backed Lee Perry in 2006--07. Not sure who their producer is)
* "Leave I & I"


Scientist (born Hopeton Brown)
* "Cannabis Dub" - "Trojan Ganga Reggae"
* "Feelin Irie" - "RAS Portraits: The Scientist"


Prince Jammy (a.k.a. "King Jammy")
* "Jammin' for Survival" - "Flashing Echo: Trojan in Dub 1970--80"


Bunny Lee
* "Satta Dread Dub" - "Dub Gone Crazy: The Evolution Of Dub At King Tubby's 1975--1979"


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  • Dub mixes
    2008-04-27 17:47:51  reiners [View]

    I forgot Dr. Israel (of Brooklyn, New York (all the hot artists (including Dub Is A Weapon) seem to be in Brooklyn nowadays)). He did the amazing version of "Armagideon Time". He's more drum 'n' bass than dub, but he would still be a good interview.