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The ’70s saw a growing interest in so called Dub versions, an approach based on deforming, stripping and rebuilding the original tune and came known as dub music. King Tubby along with other dub wizards such as, Lee Perry & Prince Jammy, were responsible for this exciting new dimension to Jamaican music. However, most of these dub albums were pressed in very small quantities and disappeared quickly. One of those albums is Dubb everlasting by Errol Brown.
No gimmicks on this one, he uses simple echo and delay, a few vocals sliding in and out, separate instruments floating on top, with respect to the melody of the tunes. A mixture of dub and instrumentals.