|A1||DREAD DREAD DUB: "Dread Dread" on Tenement Yard LP|
|A2||DON'T LET DUB FOOL YOU: "Don't let money fool you", s.above|
|A3||DEY CALL IT DUB: (no vocal version known)|
|A4||SUZY WONG DUB: "Suzy Wong" on Tenement Yard LP|
|A5||JUDGEMENT YARD DUB: "Tenement Yard", s. above|
|A6||JAH JAH LAND DUB: (no vocal version known)|
|B1||CITY OF THE WEAKHEART DUB: (see Release Notes)|
|B2||ROMAN SOLDIERS OF DUB: "Roman soldiers" on Tenement Yard LP|
|B3||DUB HAS COME AGAIN: "Truth has come again", s. above|
|B4||LICK WEED DUB: "Tired fe lick weed in a bush", s. above|
|B5||GHETTO ON FIRE DUB: (see Release Notes)|
|B6||(Dub or Vocal Version not known)(see Release Notes)|
"KING TUBBY MEETS JACOB MILLER IN TENEMENT YARD" is not really the "TENEMENT YARD" LP dub version but an ABC Company showcase, because only 7 of 12 songs are on the "TENEMENT YARD" LP, the other riddims are from INNER CIRCLE with COWAN 's ABC company singles of the same period (1975/76).
Song B1: Dub from the EARL ZERO 's single on Arab and Jam-sounds in 76 and NOT the Jacob Miller's version on "Killer Miller" LP.
Song B5: The playlist on RootsArchives.com says that this should be "80,000 Dub", BUT it IS NOT.
It's the "Ghetto on Fire" dub version! The vocal version is a 76 Arab 7'' and appeared on "Reggae Thing" LP.
"80,000 CARELESS ETHIOPIANS" saw release on "Reggae Thing" LP but the rootsier version is inedited before 77 on "Killer Miller". The dub versions are on "Killer Dub" ("Careless Dub") and "Fatman Riddim Section Feat. Touter" ("East man skank') in 78.
Song B6: NOT the "Ghetto on fire"-Riddim....
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A): EW-LP-301-A
- Matrix / Runout (B): EW-LP-301-B