Album · 1975 · 14 Songs. Tapper Zukie In Dub. 3:10. 2. Pick Up the Dub. 4. Beautiful Dub. 2:55. 5. Prophesy Dub. 3:16. 6. Falling Dub. 3:02. 7. Rush I Some Dub. 3:34.
In Dub (Cass, Album, Promo, RE). Blood & Fire.
This album is a collection of Tappa Zukies (David Sinclair, July 2, 1955) dubs, mixed by Philip Smart. It's one of the best DUB albums I've heard, and certainly some tracks, like MPLA, I consider to be in my all time top ten. On several tracks the mixing takes over the original sound so much, that a true mystic vibe enters. No smooth, polished versions, but hardcore dub coming from the ghetto's of Kingston Jamaica. It is a mix of the best quality reggae musicians that play on this album
Originally released in 1976 with a microscopically small pressing of 300, Tappa Zukie's dub album is one for the ages and, along with Man Ah Warrior, a necessary purchase for all those who claim to love reggae music. Thankfully, Steve Barrow and all the righteous roots reggae fans at Britain's wonderful Blood and Fire label (the best reggae reissue label on the planet) have re-released this amazing slice of heavy dub for mass consumption
Tappa Zukie - Hard Rock Dub. Hard Rock Dub. Tappa Zukie. Download MP3.
More albums from Tapper Zukie: Man Ah Warrior by Tapper Zukie. Escape From Hell by Tapper Zukie. International by Tapper Zukie. Tapper Roots by Tapper Zukie. Peace In The Ghetto by Tapper Zukie. The Man From Bozrah by Tapper Zukie. 1.
Redirected from Tappa Zukie). Tapper Zukie (or Tappa Zukie) (born David Sinclair, 1955, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae deejay and producer. Tapper was the nickname given to him by his grandmother in his youth, while Zukie was a name that came from his friends' association as a young boy - their gang was called 'The Zukies'. In 1973 his mother, concerned with Zukie's tendency to get into trouble, sent him to England to stay with some relatives.
|1||Tapper Zukie In Dub|
|2||Pick Up The Dub|
|7||Rush I Some Dub|
|8||Cool This Dub|
|9||Jah Jah Dub|
|12||Rub This Dub|
|13||Jah Speak In Dub|
|14||Way Over In Dub|
- Manufactured By – Key Production
- Bass Guitar – Robbie Shakespeare
- Drums – Carlton "Santa" Davis, Sly Dunbar
- Lead Guitar – Earl "Chinna" Smith
- Mixed By – Philip Smart
- Organ – Ansel Collins
- Percussion – Noel "Scully" Simms, Sky Juice
- Piano – Gladstone Anderson
- Producer – Tappa Zukie*
- Rhythm Guitar – Bingy Bunny, Tony Chin
- Saxophone – "Deadly" Headley Bennett
- Trombone – Vin Gordon
- Trumpet – Bobby Ellis
NotesOriginally released in 1976.
Dub mix at King Tubby's studio.
Tracks: 13, 14 are bonus tracks not on original LP version.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 060135 760854
|SR 1000||Tapper Zukie||Tapper Zukie In Dub (LP, Album)||Stars||SR 1000||Jamaica||1976|
|BAFCD 008||Tapper Zukie||Tappa Zukie In Dub (CD)||Blood & Fire||BAFCD 008||UK||1995|
|BAFCD 008||Tappa Zukie*||In Dub (CD, Album, RE, PDO)||Blood & Fire||BAFCD 008||UK||1995|
|BAFCD008||Tapper Zukie||In Dub (Cass, Album, Promo, RE)||Blood & Fire||BAFCD008||UK||1995|
|BAFCD 008||Tappa Zukie*||In Dub (CD, Album, RE, Nim)||Blood & Fire||BAFCD 008||UK||1995|