Dubwise Garage & Bob Marley Concerts on MixCloud

I have been posting a lot of audio on MixCloud. Join my possie and keep up with all the runnings.

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Dennis Brown – Josephs Coat Of Many Colours Out of Print LP Rip


Dennis Brown – Joseph’s Coat Of Many Colours

Great Dennis Brown LP that is basically out of print, I believe some tracks have been used on a blood and fire compilation, but this is from my LP rip.

Playlist :
Slave Driver
Open Your Eyes
Creator
A Cup Of Tea
Together Brothers
Oh What A Day
Well Without Water
Three Meals A Day
Home Sweet Home
Man Next Door

Mixing Engineer : Maxie & Sylvan Morris
Engineer : Maxie & Sylvan Morris & Ruddy Thomas

Producer : Dennis Brown

Vocals : Dennis Brown
Backing Vocals : Leroy Sibbles & Junior Delgado
Drums : Sly Dunbar & Horsemouth Wallace & Santa Davis
Bass : Bagga Walker & Flabba Holt & Lloyd Parks
Guitar : Bo Peep & Bingy Bunny & Chinna & Dennis Brown
Keyboards : Keith Sterling & Winston Wright & Franklyn Bubbler Waul & Gladstone Anderson
Saxophone : Deadly Headly
Trombone : Nambo Robinson
Trumpet : Bobby Ellis
Percussions : Ruddy Thomas & Barnabas & Sticky & Scully Simms & Flick Wilson

Studios :
Channel One (Kingston, JA) & Harry J (Kingston, JA) & Joe Gibbs (Kingston, JA)

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Blue Riddim Band – Alive Jamaica and Restless Spirit Out of Print LP Rips

The Blue Riddim Band – Alive In Jamaica

Blue Riddim became the first American band to play Sunsplash in Jamaica. “We were voted co-‘Best Band’ of the entire festival,” McLane says. “It blew me away that we blew them away. I was expecting pineapples and cantaloupes thrown at us. We’re playing these old songs, and we’re also from America, and we’re also white. It’s five o’clock in the morning, and they’re going, ‘What in the … ?'”

Flying Fish LP #FISH 325 1984

Record date : 1984

Playlist :
Chariots Of Fire
Smile
Feeling Soul
Cuss Cuss
Tribute To Coxsone
Nancy Reagan
There’s A Law

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Blue Riddim Band – Restless Spirit

Record date : 1981

Playlist :
Come See About Me
Shoo Be Do
Restless Spirit
One Love, One Heart
Rock It Sister
Cuss Cuss
Twistin The Night Away
Oh Babe
Joke’s On You

Engineer : Prince Jammy
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Culture – Peel Sessions 12-11-82

This is a great rare set from Culture recorded by John Peel for the Peel Sessions on Dec. 11th, 1982.

Setlist:

Too long in slavery

Armageddon

Lion Rock

Two Sevens Clash

 
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Culture In Dub Vinyl Rip

One of my favorite Dub LP’s with one of my favorite dub songs Iron Sharpen Iron Dub. Mixed by the great Errol Brown this comes from a vinyl rip of my LP.  The LP is long Out of Print, but the tracks have been reissued on CD. I love the warm sound of my LP’s so I decided to share this one even though it is not 100% OOP.

Culture – Culture In Dub

Sky Note LP #SKY LP 16 1978
High Note LP #
Record date : 1978

Album style : roots, dub

Playlist :
Everyday Love Dub
Skilful Dub
Iron Sharp Dub
Tropical Dub Fever
Heavenly Dub
Harder Than The Rest
Freedom Jam
Deep Root Dub

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Producer : Sonia Pottinger

Mixing Engineer : Errol Brown

Studios :
Treasure Isle (Kingston, JA)

Black Uhuru – Buffalo, NY 9-16-1984 Soundboard Complete Show

Black Uhuru – Buffalo, NY 9-16-1984 Soundboard Complete Show
A really great recording from the massive Uhuru right before they would split and reform with Jr. Reid in 1985.  I really enjoy hearing live version of What is Life and Solidarity.

Shine eye gal
Plastic smile
I Love King Selassie
Solidarity
Darkness
What is Life
Sponji Reggae
Abortion
General Penitentiary
Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner
Happiness
World is Africa
Sensimilla (labeled as track 1 but is beginning of round 2)

You can watch the youtube video below or Download the FLAC files here http://dubwisegaragecollection.com/blackuhuru.php

This show is very under circulated, I have not seen it on any torrents sites over the last 6 years.

Chalawa – Exodus Dub – Rare Dub LP

I have not made a post recently as I have been very busy with projects. But this

Lp is worth the time to share.  A classic with wicked stand out tracks like the Heathen and Exodus.  Enjoy and Dub It Star!


Chalawa – Exodus Dub

Killer Dub of Exodus, and pretty sure this is not officially available any more.

Sky Note     LP     #SKY LP 14     1978

Record date : 1978

Playlist :
Natural Mystic Dub
So Much Things To Say Dub
Guiltiness Dub
The Heathen Dub
Exodus Dub
Jamming Dub
Waiting In Vain Dub
Three Little Birds Dub
One Love – People Get Ready Dub

Engineer : John Forbes & Fred Petersen

Studios :
Knick Sound

Another Classic From The DUBWISE GARAGE COLLECTION

 

For those who want to download, the Lossless FLAC files are here on my main sites

Rare Dub Page

 

 

 

Peter Tosh – Reggae Sunsplash, July 1980 Ranny Williams Entertainment Center, Kingston, Jamaica Full Concert

Peter Tosh – Reggae Sunsplash, July 1980 Ranny Williams Entertainment Center, Kingston, Jamaica Full Concert

A wicked set from Peter Tosh.  He does some great songs like Hammer and Recruiting Soldiers.  A fairly good audience recording.  Many thanks as always to the tapers who help document these precious moments in music history.  And thanks to Johnny and Claude for help finally getting the venue and correct city.

1-Intro-Announce-400 Years
2-400 years
3-stteping razor
4-African
5-I, m the Toughest
6-Bush Doctor
7-Speech
8-Dont look back

CD2

1-Get up Stand up
2-Recruiting Soldiers
3-Hammer
4-Babylon Queendom – Talking for more –
5-Buck-in-Ham Palace

Toots And The Maytals – November 25, 1982 Jamaica World Music Festival – Montego Bay, Jamaica

 

Continuing with more great sets from the historic Jamaica World Music Festival, here is Toots and The Maytals.

Toots And The Maytals – November 25, 1982
Jamaica World Music Festival – Montego Bay, Jamaica

Setlist:
d1t01 – Pressure Drop
d1t02 – Get Up Stand Up
d1t03 – Beautiful Woman
d1t04 – Never Get Weary Yet
d1t05 – Going Away
d1t06 – All The Time
d1t07 – You Don’t Know
d1t08 – Reggae Got Soul

 

Most Blogged Bootleg Ever? The Clash at Bonds 1981 Soundboard

I love The Clash, I was lucky to see them perform as a youth and that show made a lasting impression on my musical life’s journey.  Having shared all the Bonds shows on DIME a few years back, I thought I would revisit the best quality recording  of the Bonds run. Not know as their best performance of the series of shows, but many of those recordings were below average audience captures. This is the one I listen to most. Below is info on the Bonds run from WIki.  You can also follow the link to my site to download the lossless FLAC files from the show.
The Clash played a series of 17 concerts at Bond’s International Casino in New York City in May and June 1981 in support of their album Sandinista!. Due to their wide publicity, the concerts became an important moment in the history of the band. Some of the nights were professionally recorded either for CBS records or for FM broadcast. The 9 June performance appears on countless bootleg records and several songs have appeared on From Here to Eternity: Live or other official Clash releases.
The site of the concerts was formerly Bonds department store which had been converted into a large second-floor hall. Promoters kept the name because there was a large Bonds sign on the outside of the building. As The Clash had not yet broken out into mass popularity, eight shows were originally scheduled: May 28, 29, 30, 31 and June 1, 2, 3, and 5, 1981. However, given the venue’s legal capacity limit of 3500, the series was blatantly oversold right from the first night, leading fire marshals for the New York Fire Department to cancel the Saturday, May 30 performance. In response, the band condemned the brazen greed of the promoters while demonstrating unprecedented integrity to each and every ticketholder by doubling the original booking with a total of 17 dates extending through June.
Strict interpretation of the fire laws meant that audiences were relatively small and resulting in a sense of intimacy between the band and the audience. Audience members clambered onto the stage to join in singalongs. New York musicians, including Pearl Harbor, assisted and overseen by Andy Dunkley, provided disc jockey services as the audience entered and gathered.
The concert captures The Clash on the cusp between being a cult band and their short-lived major market penetration. As always with The Clash, ticket prices were set relatively low.
Lossless FLAC files are posted on my website Dubwise Garage Collection