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Friday, 13 March 2015

Alphabet Beats #071: K is for....King Tubby

K is for....

I wasn't sure whether to stick this in T or K and after much thought I decided on K!
 

Osbourne Ruddock, (28 January 1941 – 6 February 1989) better known as King Tubby, was a Jamaican electronics and sound engineer, known primarily for his influence on the development of dub in the 1960s and 1970s.

Tubby's innovative studio work, which saw him elevate the role of the mixing engineer to a creative fame previously only reserved for composers and musicians, would prove to be influential across many genres of popular music. He is often cited as the inventor of the concept of the remix, and so may be seen as a direct antecedent of much dance and electronic music production. Singer Mikey Dread stated, "King Tubby truly understood sound in a scientific sense. He knew how the circuits worked and what the electrons did. That's why he could do what he did".

Click on the Links to enjoy the sounds of King Tubby.






He had worked with so many people but the ones he's best known for are what follows:
With Augustus Pablo
Ital Dub 1974.

With The Aggrovaters
Shalom Dub 1975.

With Prince Jammy

With Prince Jammy and Scientist

With Scientist

With Lee 'Scratch' Perry

With Bunny Lee
Roots of Dub 1975.

With The Upsetter

With Roots Radics and Scientist

With Roots Radics

With Sly and Robbie

With The Skatalites

With Yabby You


Other King Tubby Releases/Collaborations/Compilations

There loads more on You Tube, Check under King Tubby.



 
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