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i feel conflicted believing in the so called "time barrier" but loving all these old reggae tunes.
:crylarf: This is the most dissensian thing imaginable. I can relate to the feeling, if not the specific crisis.I actually had a bit of an existential crisis there a few years back when I couldnt decide if doo wop had taken rocksteady's crown as best music of all time.
I think these Studio One tunes sound old - which adds to their appeal as miniportals to spiritual transcendence ? like a faded postcard from a tropical beach, but also like something achingly out of reach.i feel conflicted believing in the so called "time barrier" but loving all these old reggae tunes.
Thanks for this. Perfect sunny day selections, or for any day.https://www.nts.live/shows/guests/episodes/studio-one-dub-specialist-8th-may-2020
STUDIO ONE: DUB SPECIALIST
Dub Specialist was a series of dub LP releases on Studio One throughout the 70s created by Clement "Coxsone" Dodd. These limited releases were mixed by various engineers over the decade, including Syd Bucknor, Sylvan Morris & Overton "Scientist" Brown. This hour long session takes a deeper look at the back catalogue.
Compiled & mixed by Estelle Birch.
The last one, vii, is even betterPlayed this twice through working today, heavier hardcore, uncommon selection