The Abyssinians ‎– Satta Dub

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Thunderstorm
Mandela Version
African Dub
I 'N' I Dub
Good Lord Dub
Know Jah Dub
Y Mas Gan Dub
Jah Loves Dub
Zion I Dub
Pecular Dub
Meditation Dub
Dem A Dub
There Is No Dub
Mandela
Mandela Part 2

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CRLP4703A The Abyssinians Satta Dub(LP, Album) Clinch Records CRLP4703A Jamaica Unknown Sell This Version
JAH CD7 Abyssinians* Satta Dub(CD, Album) Jahmin' Records, Tabou 1 JAH CD7 France 1998 Sell This Version
TB1CD03 Abyssinians* Satta Dub(CD, Album) Tabou 1 TB1CD03 France 1998 Sell This Version
none Abyssinians* Satta Dub(LP) Clinch Records none Jamaica 1998 Sell This Version
ABLP 001 Abyssinians* Satta Dub(LP, Album) Tabou 1 ABLP 001 France 1998 Sell This Version

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ponyrok

ponyrok

November 5, 2020
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Satta Dub, LP, Album, ABLP 001
this really needs a proper repress

here five more words yo
sevendubwarrior

sevendubwarrior

August 29, 2020
referencing Satta Dub, LP, Album, ABLP 001
top sounds! very much analouge...terrific sonics for a 1998 press.really good
wordsforthepictures

wordsforthepictures

August 20, 2015
referencing Satta Dub, LP, Album, CRLP4703A
Side break is wrong; "Jah Loves Dub" appears end s1. "Dem a Dub" (actually B4) skips/loops twice, apparently due to pressing flaw (there's no pop or visible damage).
guillaume.bougard

guillaume.bougard

March 16, 2014
referencing Satta Dub, LP, Album, CRLP4703A
Clinch records NEVER released Satta Dub in 1993. TABOU1 was the first label to compile and release this collection of dubs. The TABOU1 material was licensed from Donald Manning. Clinch is operated by Bernard Collins, who at the time was not dealing with Donald. So in a sense, Bernard pirated both TABOU1 and Donald.