Various ‎– One Dub

Interchill Records ‎– ICHILL CD 036
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1 Sugar Minott Take It Dub
Bass – Ryan MooreDrums – Sly DunbarGuitar – Chinna Smith*Keyboards – Bowie McLachlanPercussion [Kette] – Skully*Producer, Mixed By – Ryan MooreSaxophone – Dean FraserWritten-By – Lincoln Minott, Ryan Moore
2 Vibronics Feat. Macka B Tired Of The War
Featuring, Vocals – Macka BWritten By – McFarlane*Written-By – Gibbs*
3 Gaudi 100% Rootikal
Bass – Omer MarantzDrums – Steve ClaidonGuitar – Omer Marantz, Yair SchleiderOrgan [Hammond], Synthesizer [Moog] – GaudiPercussion – Nigel AverreWritten-By, Producer – Gaudi
4 Liquid Stranger Welcome To My Culvert
Written-By, Producer – Liquid Stranger
5 Ashtech Just Try
Written-By, Producer – Andrea Nicoletti
6 System Error (3) Feat. Michael Rose Time Bomb (Dub)
Engineer [Dubbing] – Dub TerrorFeaturing – Michael RoseWritten-By, Producer – Michael Rose, Tasos Frantzolas
7 Luciano (2) What We Got To Do (GCorp Remix)
Remix – GCorp*Saxophone – Michael "Bammie" Rose*Trombone – Trevor EdwardsTrumpet – Eddie "Tan Tan" ThorntonWritten-By – J.McClymont*, Ryan Moore
8 Ragana Ah
Written-By, Producer – Jadwiga Wzyciuk, Mazek Piotrowicz*, Pjotr Maslanka*, Tomas Krawczyk*
9 Michael Rose Throw Some Dub
Performer [All Instruments] – Ryan MooreProducer – Ryan MooreWritten-By – Michael Rose, Ryan Moore
10 Bush Chemists* Good Sensi Dub 2
Written-By, Producer – Bush Chemists*
11 Dr. Israel Dub Inna Babylon
Voice – Dr. Israel, Lady K (3)Written-By [Music & Science] – Dr. Israel
12 Big Bass Theory All Of Us
Bass, Keyboards [Keys], Synth [Synths], Guitar [Guitars], Mixed By [Mix] – Sean SirBasso Hill*Drum [Binghi], Percussion – Yasmine AmalDrums – Tim "Beatlord" ButlerLyrics By – George Jornick Nicolas*Saxophone – Dylan "Chly" PerryVocals – Jornick "Jahnick" Joelick*Written-By, Producer – Sean SirBasso Hill*
13 International Observer Binman Dub
Written-By, Producer – Tom Bailey
14 Pushmipulyu We Make It Work (Impossible Dub Mix)
Caxixi [Caxixi Shakers] – Stuart SweeneyKeyboards, Vocals, Programmed By, Performer [Spoonjah] – Steve RowlandsProgrammed By, Arranged By, Other [General Musing & Smoothing] – Michael SassenTheremin – Lark NoonanWritten-By, Producer – Steve Rowlands
15 Manasseh And Praise (4) Dub For Dennis
Written-By, Producer – M. Pagulatos*, Nick Raphael

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Track #4: written & produced [...] in the culvert
Track #9: a Twilight Production
Track #11: dubbed 2009 at Revolutionsound - Brooklyn, NY
Track #12: recorded at SirBassa Sounds Studio, Salt Spring Island, BC
Track #13: licensed from Dubmission Records
Track #15: dedicated to Kavin Walsh

(C) 2009 Mariko Music Publishing Ltd. (on back)
(C) & (P) Mariko Music Publishing Ltd. 2009 (on disc)

Released in a Digipak.

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December 12, 2009
Canadian based downtempo label, Interchill Records, compiles a selection of sound evolved from the original roots of Jamaican reggae. The 15 track unmixed compilation features tracks from artists around the world, including Italy, Poland, New Zealand and Canada, taking the endless echo dubs to the next level. There is nothing psychedelic or dubstep about this – One Dub is about the next level of dub reggae with vocals and all. Sugar Minott opens up into world beats by Gaudi, followed by electronic treatments from Liquid Stranger. A few other known artists show up, such as Michael Rose, Luciano, and Dr. Israel. This is an interesting exploration of a genre, and a must for all followers of reggae influenced dubtronica. Perfect for hot summer car rides, with your windows down, and the wind changing direction with the bass waves. One love, one dub…


September 1, 2009
The aim of One Dub is to deliver the largest offer possible as Dub's representation in all his splendour, btw be careful don't expect the famous psydub from Hallucinogen or Ott alike artists but more Reggae-Dub , roots or warm Dub productions here .

By Regaae-Dub, i specify that you can expect some lyrics contrary to common Psydub or variant forms of Dub, It'll be the case for the following tracks : 1,2,6,7,9,10,11 & it'll be woman even on : 8 which is less frequent to point out . The construction depending the tracks is either more focused on the hypnotizin force of the tune with loop constructions (Tracks 2) or on the melodic groove harmony done with the sung parts (Tracks 1,).

Among the rest of tunes, some reveals to be spacier, floating like The Gaudi's one.

Liquid Stranger delivers for his side, a raving tune with a special trembling bass lead, sort of sick bumblebee trying to regain the hive with stop & go moments.

We've got some Swaying & mischievous Dub thanks to Astech, happy vibes of course by here ;) .

Pushmipulyu proposes a Dub slightly more experimental, notably through the rhythmic work, contrasting with many classic Dub songs or reggae-dub tracks here. Once again, here like oftenly in Dub, lots of echoes, but it's quite ok in this case, for me ;)

Manasseh and Praise end up this v/a on a beautiful way with a muffled, emotional Dub based on violin melody & discrete whistle leads, very restful.

I just would also like to mention:

Some similarities between the Luciano's song & Was Not Was - Papa Was A Rolling Stone anthem.

I'm elsewhere a bit bothered with Michael Rose's track due to a massive oriented echo resonating direction choice. It's results slightly confused especially toward the second half, but i clearly know many are fond of this Dub genre & will surely gain its public (The Dr Israel's song also occurs in the this same category).

Perhaps if i should give a less successful track, i would give the prize on One Dub to Bush Chemists, it appears laziest on its production to me of the cd; without being awful though.

I think globally each fans of Dub should be able to pick up enough quality tunes in One Dub among the 15th tracks selected, despite some tracks they should eventually skip; as there are so many in different genres of style in order to satisfied everybody.

Favourites:1,3,4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14,15
Mark: 7/10