8 thoughts on “ Part 1-2 Dubwise - Keith Hudson - Pick A Dub (CD, Album) ”

  1. CD Track Listing: 1. Pick A Dub Keith Hudson 2. Black Heart Keith Hudson 3. Michael Talbot Affair Keith Hudson 4. Don’t Move Keith Hudson 5. Blood Brother Keith Hudson 6. Dreader Than Keith Hudson 7. In The Rain Keith Hudson 8. Part Dubwise Keith Hudson 9. Black Right Keith Hudson Satia Keith Hudson I’m Alright Keith Hudson
  2. Unless there is someone who can convince me otherwise, which I'm open to, I would advise not to buy this album as it appears to be a cut and paste copy of Keith Hudson's Pick A Dub which was originally released on Hudson's own label Atra in the 70's and then re-released by the Reggae Re-Issue Masters - Blood and Fire in the 90's/5(32).
  3. The original release of Keith Hudson's 'Pick A Dub' showcased the enduring strength and pivotal importance of the development of reggae music. Keith Hudson's complete mastery of the genre and the unqualified praise that followed its release was fully justified.
  4. Dec 09,  · CD. Pick A Dub - Keith Hudson. Pick A Dub - Keith Hudson VP RECORDS. (No reviews yet) Write a Review Write a Review × VP RECORDS Pick A Dub - Keith Hudson. Rating Required Part Dubwise: 9. Black Right: Satia: I'm All Right: Depth Charge: Fat Baby - Augustus Pablo.
  5. Dec 02,  · 20 videos Play all Pick A Dub (Deluxe Edition) Keith Hudson Prince Far I - Cry Tuff Dub Encounter Chapter 1 () Full Album - Duration: Reggae Box , views.
  6. Dec 02,  · In he came up with one of the first dub albums, “Pick A Dub”. By the mid-’70s, Hudson began releasing more solo work, hitting paydirt from the start with his debut, “Entering The Dragon” and his intense second record, “Flesh Of My Skin” for .
  7. Watch the video for Part Dubwise from Keith Hudson's Pick a Dub (Deluxe Edition) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  8. Pick a Dub is a album by Jamaican producer and musician Keith Hudson. Critically well received, it is widely regarded as an important work in the dub music genre which evolved out of reggae. Featuring remixes of earlier material, it focuses on heavy drums and bass guitar, with echoing vocals to underscore the intense percussive rhythm.

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