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  • Audio CD (1 Jan. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Blood & Fire
  • ASIN: B0000083C7
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 44,404 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. In the Ghetto - Big Joe
2. Wreck Up A Version - Prince Jammy
3. Michael Talbot Affair - Keith Hudson
4. Institution - Burning Spear
5. Jah Love Dub - King Tubby's
6. Government Land - Horace Andy
7. Dub MPLA - Tappa Zukie
8. Children Crying - The Congos
9. African People (3 In 1) - Jah Stitch
10. Ethiopian Version - Soul Syndicate
11. One Man Dub - Scientist
12. King Tubby's In Fine Style - King Tubby
13. Bucket Bottom - Prince Alla
14. Assack Lawn No. 1 Dub - King Tubby
15. Look A Boom - I-Roy
16. Concord - Morwell Unlimited Meet King Tubby's
17. Good Vibes - Horace Andy

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By L. Kelly on 30 May 2010
Format: Audio CD
Excellent budget-priced compilation overview of the first five years of Blood & Fire records, featuring heavyweight roots reggae dubs, vocal and deejay tracks. The deejays presented are the legendary I-Roy, and the lesser-known Big Joe (riding Johnny Clarke's version of "Satta Massagana") and Jah Stitch (who "toasts" a sentence beginning with each letter of the words A.F.R.I.C.A., Z.I.O.N. and I.T.H.I.O.P.I.A. !)

The dub selection is dominated by King Tubby mixes: Rod Taylor's "Ethiopian Kings" ("King David, he was a black man / King Solomon, he was a black man...") is epic, and "Concord" by the Morwells is quite unnerving and intense with a creepy piano line and random snatches of vocal. Prince Jammy also shines with his dub of Leroy Smart's excellent "Trying To Wreck Up My Life", whilst "Michael Talbot Affair" is Keith Hudson's saxophone-led dub of Delroy Wilson's "Adisabab" (itself an adaptation of "House Of The Rising Sun").

Vocal highlights are "Children Crying" from the impeccable Congos' album "Heart Of The Congos" (featuring soaring-heavenward harmonies, and the infamous "mooing cow" effect) and Prince Alla's poignant and beautiful "Bucket Bottom", featuring adages like "Everyday bucket go a well, one day the bottom must drop out. Never gonna miss that water until the well runs dry..."

This is a quality compilation from a quality record company with impeccable taste in 70's Jamaican reggae music. Get this and you will buy the albums the tracks come from, guaranteed.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Sam De Lara on 19 Mar. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Dubwise & Otherwise Volume 1 is a nicely produced collection of dub-reggae classics. Compiled and released by the respectable label Blood & Fire label, which some claim to be the best, it contains tunes such as 'In The Ghetto' by Big Joe, 'Government Land' by Horace Andy and the lovely instrumental 'Michael Talbot Affair' by Kieth Hudson. Beautiful tune.... Also featuring are plenty of dub and dub-reggae cuts from the one and only King Tubby with a few other artists thrown in for good measure. The Dubwise & Otherwise series is very good value for money and essential for any discerning reggae fan. Great relaxation music.
If you like this try: Dubwise & Otherwise Volume 2
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cream1968 on 30 Sept. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Like Volume 2 this contains great dub reggae you can listen to in it's own right as well as passing the time with on headphones when you're on a long train journey looking out of the window at the scenery. Highly recommended.
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By all perfect on 21 April 2014
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One of the best compilation of dub , if you love dub ,probably you have already this disc, but if you don't know Dub , this disc will take you there , and it is a wonderful place to go .
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Top Rankin B&F 23 Mar. 2001
By Adjua Dubb - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This was my first introduction into the Blood & Fire releases. Unbeknowest to me, I would be in for a serious ride when I took this CD and learned of B&F's involvement w/ every artist on this compilation. This compilation is simply raw, untamed, and full of the reasons why you would want to own all of B&F's catalogs/reissues. I was entranced each time I listened to this CD. Classic Horace Andy "Government Land" Jah Stitch "African People 3in1" Burning Spear "Institution" and so many. This a gem of a compilation. B&F know what they're doing fe sure!
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Great Introduction into the Genre 4 Aug. 2004
By Charlie Lawrie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Being the sheltered white guy that I am, I never had any real exposure into this genre, other than the well known (and well talented) Bob Marley. I have to say that this compilation provides a wonderful variety of dub music for one to enjoy, and it certainly whetted my appetite for more of this tripped out music. If you don't have, get!
Excellent record. 11 Oct. 2014
By David Schumacher - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Excellent record. Thank you for the prompt delivery.
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