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Prophets / Vivian (Yabby U) Jackson - Beware Dub Mp3
Reggae
Performer: Prophets / Vivian (Yabby U) Jackson
Title: Beware Dub
Style: Dub
Year 1978
Country UK
Label Grove Music
Catalog Number GMLP 4
Genre: Reggae
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 622
MP3 size: 1623 mb
FLAC size: 2772 mb
WMA size: 2596 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Album

Prophets / Vivian (Yabby U) Jackson - Beware Dub Mp3

Tracklist

1Prophets
Featuring – Tommy McCook
2Praises
Featuring – Skully
3Together
Featuring – Tony Tuff
4Give Praises
Featuring – The Prophets
5Beware
Featuring – Skully, Yabby U
6Plague
Featuring – Yabby U
7Feel Alright
Featuring – Skully
8Peace
Featuring – Tommy McCook
9Freedom
Featuring – Yabby U
10Deliverance
Featuring – Skully

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PSCD 92, PSCD92, Pressure Sounds 92Yabby You & The Prophets Yabby You & The Prophets - Beware Dub ‎(CD, Album, RE, O-c)Pressure Sounds, Pressure Sounds, Pressure Sounds PSCD 92, PSCD92, Pressure Sounds 92UK2016
CF 314, GMLP 4Yabby You & Prophets Yabby You & Prophets - Beware ‎(CDr, Album, Promo, RE, Unofficial)Corn-Fed Productions, Grove Music CF 314, GMLP 4Netherlands2004
PSLP 92Yabby You & The Prophets Yabby You & The Prophets - Beware Dub ‎(2xLP, Album, RE)Pressure SoundsPSLP 92UK2016
PSLP92Yabby You & The Prophets Yabby You & The Prophets - Beware Dub ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, TP)Pressure SoundsPSLP92UK2016
A-188Yabby You Beware Dub ‎(Cass, Album, RE)ROIR (Reachout International Records)A-188US1990

Credits

  • ArtworkPaul Smykle
  • BassRobbie Shakespere
  • DrumsSly Dunbar
  • Engineer [Mastering]Kevin
  • Engineer [Mixing]King Tubby, Prince Jammys
  • Engineer [Recording]Barnabas, Ernest Hokim
  • Lead GuitarClinton Ferron, Chinna Smith
  • OrganAnsell Collins
  • PercussionSkully
  • PianoBernard Harvey
  • Rhythm GuitarAlbert Griffiths
  • Written-By, Arranged By, ProducerVivian "Yabby U" Jackson

Notes

Recorded at Channel One Studios, Kingston, Jamaica.
Engineers: Ernest Hokim & Barnabas.
Mixed at King Tubby's Studio, Water House, Kingston, Jamaica.
Engineers: King Tubby & Prince Jammys.
Mastered at Music Centre, Wembley, Middlesex.
Engineer: Kevin
Album concept Reuben
Album compiled by "Big Dread"
Album Illustrated by Paul Smykle for Dub Masters productions 1978
All tracks Written, arranged and produced by Vivian "Yabby U" Jackson

Companies

  • Published By – Grove Music
  • Printed By – Rema Reproductions Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Channel One Recording Studio
  • Mixed At – King Tubby's Studio
  • Mastered At – The Music Centre, Wembley

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Qiahmagha
I'd just like to make a comment about PS releases. Do keep in mind, PS releases from the mid to late 90s sound great, even compared to some original JAs & UKs (yes, I've side-by-sided). However, the current 05s+ (or so) are shit, just as many labels that are reissuing reggae (or anything) are shit. Bullwackie's, Greensleeves, Trojan, etc. All of these labels have been bought and sold, probably a few times. And currently, almost all of them are putting out dull, digi-ripped crap, that's just the world we live in. To be fair, the few current Greensleeves reissues I have aren't too shabby. Digi-sourced sure, but well done.

The quality of recent reissues has declined drastically in the past decade. As long as it's hot, there will be a sea of people cashing in on simply 'pressing a CD to vinyl'. Outside of any label that's giving you a description of source, work done, representing quality of transfer, etc. Chances are, it's shit. That's not going to change. I've bought a few dozen cheaper reissues over the years when I find them at closeout prices. But no one should ever drop $25-40 on a reissue, and expect quality if it's not from a reputable source that takes care and pride in what they do.

There are some reissue labels (like PS) who in the 90s were doing good work, because they had to sell to a small, very discerning group of weirdos who still played vinyl. Now it's a trend. So, again, as long as there's people out there that just want a cover, more-or-less, you should expect all this stuff to sound like shit. The market will always be the market.
Unh
repress,....haha
repress fails everywhere in all genre since 80s...........its widly known 1st and early press is the way to go or listen others
Marr
Check out new re-issue to come from Pressure Sounds label this automn. A 2LP set with additonal tracks. No need to spend a lot to get it !
Adoranin
This is a 5***** Top Dub LP, fantastic sound quality on this UK pressing and highly recommended for any Dub lover.