Influence of Reggae & Dub

By TwinPowerForce TwinPowerForce
updated 3 days ago

Tracks I know/listened/heard (not necessary I like) that are influenced by reggae or dub (or with reggae or dub parts) by artists whose primary style isn't known to be reggae, dub or ska: soul, funk, punk, folk, pop, indie rock, grunge, indus, noise, hardcore, fusion, jazz, country, world, Oi!, electronic, chanson, variétés, crust, grindcore, hip hop, post punk, new wave, blues...

Sorted by year then artists (various artists compilations at the end of the year)

  1. Agnès Loti - C'est Toi Mon Idole

    6 For Sale from $11.76

    C’est Toi Mon Idole, adapted from Millie Small's version of My Boy Lollipop
    1964

  2. Donald Lautrec - C'est Le Ska

    9 For Sale from $0.95

    Based on My boy lollipop
    1964

  3. Les Gam's - Oh ! Wow Wow Wee

    6 For Sale from $7.06

    My Boy Lollipop (C’est Toi Mon Idole) (adapted from Millie Small's version of the Barbie Gaye song)
    1964

  4. Les Mitoufle (Martine Et Suzy)* - C’est Toi Mon Idole = My Boy Lollipop

    2 For Sale from $52.94

    C’est Toi Mon Idole, adapted from Millie Small's My Boy Lollipop
    1964

  5. Les Surfs - Scandale Dans La Famille / Stop

    Scandale Dans La Famille
    1965

  6. The Equals - Unequalled Equals

    Baby Come Back
    1967

  7. Joe Dassin - Ma Bonne Etoile / Un Peu Comme Toi

    Un Peu Comme Toi (cover of Johnny Nash's Hold Me Tight)
    1968

  8. The Beatles - The Beatles

    Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
    1968

  9. The Marmalade - Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da

    Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
    1968

  10. Claude François - Il Fait Beau, Il Fait Bon

    26 For Sale from $1.76

    Comme Un Jour Nouveau, cover of The Pioneers's Let your yeah be yeah (written by Jimmy Cliff)
    1969