I've been listening to some Bush Chemists recently after grabbing a copy of their wicked Light Up Your Spliff (there), and it reminded me of this little gem I had tucked away; and as I haven't put up any roots or rub-a-dub stylings for a while, here's something special to keep it bubbling.
Dubs From Zion Valley is a diplomatically split album from two of Britain's finest dub producers: Jonah Dan (Bongoman) and Dougie Wardrop (The Bush Chemists; this being his debut).
The solid sounds produced are iconic of the nineties' British dub scene: synthetic beats, trancey bass patterns, delays, decays and lots and lots of reverberation; giving the old ear-ways a thorough blasting; getting right down deep; massaging the bowel; tickling the perineum.
Have a tickle on me.
Jonah Dan Meets The Bush Chemists - Dubs From Zion Valley (1994)
Tehilim (Psalms 30 & 47)
Selassie I Highway
Meditation Rock - Horns Version
The Bush Chemists:
4 Minute Dub
Rimshot Get Clap
The Mighty Sphinx Dub
CD rip to mp3s, artwork included.
Get down here