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Forward the Bass: Dub from Randy's, 1972-1975. Java Java Java Java: Instrumentals Dubwise Versions. Though Randy's Studio 17 doesn't enjoy the same instant name recognition as other legendary Kingston studios of the early 1970s - Lee Perry's Black Ark or Coxsone Dodd's Studio One, for example - its influence on the development of reggae music was arguably just as great. Burning Spear's Marcus Garvey album was recorded there, which fact alone is enough to secure Randy's an honored place in reggae history. The studio was owned by Vincent "Randy" Chin and featured the mixing prowess of a young engineer named Errol ". Thompson, who would later go on to work with the legendary producer Joe Gibbs.
Album: Randy's Dub Vault.
Album: Java Java Java Java - Instrumentals Dubwise Versions.
All of the album's tracks were produced by Clive Chin at Randy's Studio 17. Chin mixed the tracks with Errol "ET" Thompson and Karl Pitterson. Of the 16 tracks on the album 10 were released previously as "Randy's Dub" on the Impact! label in 1975. Only 200 copies of this LP were ever made.
Dub as we know it begins here. Produced by Clive Chin and Errol "ET" Thompson in 1972, Java Java Java Java launched the IMPACT label and marked a dynamic new direction in Jamaican music. Java was the first-ever, full length album of remixed reggae instrumentals. 른 버전(7개 중5개) 모두 보기. 카탈로그 번호.