Roots Rockers (2) ‎– Dubwise Shower + Fe Me Dub

Label:
Lagoon Reggae ‎– LGD 1001, Esoldun ‎– LGD 1001
Format:
CD, Compilation
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:
Dub

Tracklist

1 Roots Man 3:10
2 Talking Dub 4:08
3 Tenement Dub 3:08
4 Jah Jah Children 4:05
5 Leggo 3:25
6 Moses Was A Dreadlock 2:29
7 Starliner Dub 2:56
8 Natty Dub 3:18
9 Fish Tea Dub 2:48
10 Rough Road 3:05
11 Rumours Of Dub 3:31
12 Rocking Dub 3:31
13 The River Nile 2:46
14 Pride Of Java 2:41
15 Hell And Fire 1:59
16 World Crisis 1:55
17 Black Africa 2:44
18 Temkgo 3:16
19 Go Back 2:55
20 She Is Rockin' 2:16
21 Rock Solid 3:10
22 Jumbo 2:37

Credits

Notes

Collection of 2 dub albums credited to Roots Rockers (2) from 1983:
Tracks 1 to 12 Reggae Masterpieces In Dub (originally released as Various Artists* - Rass Claat Dub)
Tracks 13 to 22 Reggae Masterpieces In Dub Volume 2 (originally released as Jimmy Radway & The Fe Me Time All Stars - Dub I).
Track times from cd player.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 3 307514 400126

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VSLP 4056 Roots Rockers (2) Fe Me Dub + Dubwise Shower(2xLP, Album) Vista Sounds VSLP 4056 UK 1983 Sell This Version
LGD 1001 DA, LGD 1001 Roots Rockers (2) Dubwise Shower + Fe Me Dub(2xLP, Comp) Lagoon Reggae, Esoldun LGD 1001 DA, LGD 1001 France 1991 Sell This Version

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AndChat

AndChat

June 14, 2020
As with most Lagoon/elsodun releases the legality of this is at the very least dubious..However at the time -nearly 30 years ago , trying to find legal copies of Rass Clat dub & 'dub I' ( or 'untitled' ) on their Grounation or Micron vinyl release wasnt easy ..
Once Pressure Sounds had released an expanded edition of 'dub I' this CD( & lp)became somewhat unnecessary , to all but Tommy Cowan completists?..but I think it may have created enough interest to have initiated the Pressure sounds reissue..or the excellent 'keep the pressure down ' Jimmy Radway productions compilation that preceded it, both of these i assume did pay royalties & helped to elevate the reputation of 'one foot' Radway & all those involved .
Ezra.Poundland

Ezra.Poundland

July 28, 2013
Tracks 1-12 are (sometimes renamed) taken from Tommy Cowan's "Rass Clat Dub", and tracks 13-22 were first released (again titles not always the same) as Jimmy Radway's "Dub I". Musically both sets are interesting, the Radway cuts being particularly good, but this is little more than a bootleg, with no sign that the producers were paid, or even authorised this release.