Jamaican Recordings: Dubbing At Aquarius Studios 1977-1979

Jamaican Recordings SKU: 32890891
Jamaican Recordings: Dubbing At Aquarius Studios 1977-1979

Jamaican Recordings: Dubbing At Aquarius Studios 1977-1979

Jamaican Recordings SKU: 32890891

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $19.98

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Title: Dubbing At Aquarius Studios 1977-1979
Artist: Jamaican Recordings
Label: Jamaican Recordings
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5060135762315
Genre: International

LP version. Record producer, DJ, record plug, and record shop owner Herman Chin Loy operated out of his Aquarius Record shop at Half Way Three in Kingston, Jamaica. It is from this base that he started his recording studio where he not only put out the first ever dub album, Aquarius Dub (1975), but was also responsible for naming future artist Horace Swaby, allowing him to use his exotic fictitious working name Augustus Pablo for his own recording career. Although called Aquarius Dub, the tracks that make up this album were cut at Dynamic Sounds, Harry J's and Randy's Studio 17. It was not long after this release that Herman opened the first ever twenty-four track studio Aquarius Studios. Jamaican Recordings have compiled this set of dub tracks that were worked on at Aquarius Studio. Using the legendary studio for some of the recordings and/or it's mixing and voicing facilities.

1.1 Track 1 Mix Up Dub
1.2 Track 2 Breaking Dub
1.3 Track 3 She Gone Dub
1.4 Track 4 Cheater Dub
1.5 Track 5 Fling Weh Your Guns Dub
1.6 Track 6 Reggae Music Dub
1.7 Track 7 Predator Dub
1.8 Track 8 Emperor Dub
1.9 Track 9 Roaming Dub
1.10 Track 10 Love Dub
1.11 Track 11 Olives Dub
1.12 Track 12 Short Man Dub
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