the 6th instalment - don't think he had time to be an astronaut,
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This review is from: The Evolution of Dub Vol. 6 - Was Prince Jammy an Astronaut? (Audio CD)
the series forges onward and into digital territory, overseen by prince jammy. but be warned - this box contains a 'pedestrian' disc, 'osbourne in dub' plays from one end to the other without much to say, really, apart from the exclusion ( a trademark of jammy's) of vocal traces doesn't help this album. the quality of the others enclosed more than compensate.
precision and crystal clear sound are also features of jammy's work, and thus kick off with 'crucial in dub', a collection of digital tunes from perhaps the best known exponent of the process. all indicative of his unique style, and of the highest calibre. as a previous reviewer indicated, 'kamikaze dub' is worth the admission price on it's own, and is a classic example of a dub album, (brilliant sleeve as well). one of the strengths of this series is making hard to find or prohibitively expensive music widely available (and for a sensible price). 'uhuru in dub' is detailed above, and is a fascinating piece, particularly for fans of later period black uhuru.
the series continues to educate and entertain on a grand scale.