"Well I went to a dance down a Greenwich Farm, King Tubby and the dreads was there..."

Dub Vault raid this week. Special request due to popular demand! This is deep roots music. Underpinning the whole of roots reggae is this sound. Heartical. Sound system specials that you might have been lucky enough to have heard in the wee hours inna dance, and which I now humbly present to you. This is Dub-ism in its purest form.

While I was making this - in fact while I was playing the cut of "Burial" that is in this set - I received a phonecall telling me that one of my oldest and dearest mates has died. The Dub Pumpernickel has left the building. Unbelievable serendipity. This tune was a mutual favourite which we were amazed to find that we both had when we first met in the late 1970s. So this whole set is dedicated to his memory and the huge possé of mates who are now trying to come to terms with life without that gorgeous smile and infectious laugh. He always signed off "Yours In Riddim", so here you go. RIP.

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    Dub
    • Type: DJ-Set
    • 87 bpm
    • Key: Bm
    • Little Rocket Towers
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