|A1||Merry Up Vs||3:18|
|A2||War Is Over||2:48|
|A3||Barro Street Drums||2:58|
|A4||Tubby At The Control||2:28|
|A5||Come Into My Parlour Vs||3:16|
|A6||Music From The South Side||2:46|
|B1||Natty Lead The Way Vs||2:59|
|B2||Meditating Or Own Way Of Life||2:59|
|B5||Boat Of Progress Vs||2:29|
- Bass – Jackie Jackson (3), Lloyd Parks, Val Douglas
- Drums – Carlton "Santa" Davis, Carlton Barrett, Eric "Fish" Clarke
- Guitar – Bo P*, Glen Brown, Mikey Chung, Willie Lindo
- Keyboards – Earl "Wire" Lindo, Gladstone Anderson, Glen Brown, Winston Wright
- Mixed By – King Tubby
- Percussion – Bongo Herman, Skully*
- Producer – Glen Brown
- Saxophone – Tommy McCook
Slightly different trackorder (A-Side) compared to later (re-)releases.
Generic sleeve says "South East Dub", labels have it "Glen Brown Dub", supplementary inlay has the title represented here and further information including times etc..
Majority of tracks mixed by King Tubby.
Came in limited numbered edition (100) with white label (images show #78/100).
Marketed by: Rhythm Foundation Records. 15 Trilleck Avenue. Hereford. HR 2 7HX. Tel: 0432 275378.
Although credited as "Assack Lawn No. 1 Dub" (which should be the dub-version of "Clensyness Is Godlyness" as to be found here: Slyford Walker* - Clensyness Is Godlyness) B6 plays "Syn-Co-Pa-Tion", which is the dub version to A2. Infact A2 and B6 saw 7" release as Rhythm Force (2) - The War Is Over.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side): RFD PRLP 02 A - 2
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side): RFD PRLP 02 B - 1
Other Versions (5 of 5) View All
|RFDPRLP 02||Glenmore Brown*||Dub From The South East (LP, Album, RE)||Rhythm Foundation Records||RFDPRLP 02||UK||1991||Sell This Version|
|PRLP 02||Glenmore Brown*||Dub From The South East (LP, Promo)||Pantomine||PRLP 02||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|PRLP 02||Glenmore Brown*||Dub From The South East (LP, Album, RE)||Pantomine||PRLP 02||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|PRLP 02||Glenmore Brown*||Dub From The South East (LP)||Pantomine||PRLP 02||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|RFD LP 02||Glenmore Brown*||Dub From The South East (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, W/Lbl)||Not On Label||RFD LP 02||UK||1991||Sell This Version|