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Various Artists - Bass Culture - When Reggae Was King (2012) CD1 01 - Horace Andy - Every Tongue Shall Tell. flac 02 - Bob Marley & The Wailers. 13 - Sweeny & The Wailers Band - Won't Come Easy. 14 - John Holt - Let The Wicked Run Away. 15 - Augustus Pablo - Dub Organiser. 16 - Gregory Isaacs - A Riot. 17 - The Mighty Diamonds - Have Mercy. 18 - Pablo Moses - Blood Money. 19 - Dennis Brown - Children Of Israel. 20 - Winston & Ansel - Zion . lac. Bass Culture - When Reggae Was King CD. ue.
Various - Bass Culture Volume Three: When Reggae Was King - Roots, Rockers, DJs And Dub 1970-1980 (2xCD, Comp). Various - Bass Culture Volume Two: Boss Sounds - Early Reggae 1968-1972 (2xCD, Comp).
Bass Culture Volume Two: Boss Sounds - Early Reggae 1968-1972 (2xCD, Comp). Bass Culture Volume Three: When Reggae Was King - Roots, Rockers, DJs And Dub 1970-1980 (2xCD, Comp).
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Reggae drumbeats fall into three main categories: One drop, Rockers, and Steppers. With the One drop, the emphasis is entirely on the backbeat (usually on the snare, or as a rim shot combined with bass drum). Beat one is empty except for a closed high hat commonly used, which is unusual in popular music. An emphasis on the backbeat is found in all reggae drumbeats, but with the Rockers beat, the emphasis is on all four beats of the bar (usually on bass drum). This beat was pioneered by Sly and Robbie, who later helped create the "Rub-a-Dub" sound that greatly influenced dancehall. The Rockers beat is not always straightforward, and various syncopations are often included. An example of this is the Black Uhuru song "Sponji Reggae". In Steppers, the bass drum plays every quarter beat of the bar, giving the beat an insistent drive.
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A weighty sub-bass dub excursion pushing the envelope with chirpy keys and bizarro sound effects including door bells and thunderclaps. 7. ￼ Upsetters - 14 Dub Blackboard Jungle. MOJO SAYS: Lee Perry and King Tubby collaborate on pioneering dub album with extraordinary split-stereo mixes that collides to make a brand new sound. 6. ￼Toots & The Maytals - Funky Kingston. 2. ￼Augustus Pablo - King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown. MOJO SAYS: Electronics wizard King Tubby chops up Augustus Pablo’s mournful productions on a DIY console built to terrify loudspeaker manufacturers.
This started when DJs improvised along to dub tracks and it is thought to be the precursor of rap. It differs from rap mainly in that it has melodic content while rap is more a spoken form and generally has no melodic content. Roots reggae is the name given to explicitly Rastafarian inspired reggae: a spiritual type of music whose lyrics are predominantly in praise of Jah (God). Recurrent lyrical themes include poverty and resistance to government oppression. The creative pinnacle of roots reggae may have been in the late 1970s, with singers such as Burning Spear, Johnny Clarke,.
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