Double vinyl LP pressing. 2007 Soul Jazz/Studio One Records release featuring classic '70s tracks from the foundation label of Reggae. In the 1970s, Clement Dodd's legendary Studio One Records went through an amazing period of rebirth working with new artists such as Willie Williams, Lone Ranger, Michigan and Smiley, Horace Andy as well as continuing to work with classic artists such as Alton Ellis, Freddie McGregor, etc. Re-versioning classic Studio One rhythms became the order of the day in the 1970s, not just with Studio One boss Clement 'Coxsone' Dodd, but with every Jamaican producer of note employing their own in-house musicians to copy the music emanating from Brentford Road. The music on Studio One Rub-A-Dub features classic and rare tracks from this amazing period, from the likes of Cornel Campbell, The Heptones, Johnny Osbourne and many other legendary artists. Sleeve-notes are by Chris Salewicz, the acclaimed writer who has written books on Joe Strummer, Bob Marley, The Rolling Stones and many more.
My Conversation - Campbell, Cornell
Screw Gone A North Coast - Lone Ranger
Danger In Your Eyes - Tafari, Judah Eskender
Minister for Ganja - Rappa Robert & Jim Brown
How Could You Leave - McGregor, Freddie
Give Love - Brown, Barry
White Belly Rat - Allen, Len JR
Forgive Them - Osbourne, Johnny
Live And Learn - Ellis, Alton
Happiness - Andy, Horace
Pirate - Rappa Robert & Jim Brown
Keep On Moving - Williams, Willie
Equal Rights - Heptones
Jah a the Creator - Papa Michigan & General Smiley
Empty Belly - Ethiopian (1)
No Mash Up The Dance - Earl 16
Natty Chalwa - Lone Ranger
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.