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Black Roots In Dub

Black Roots In Dub

Black Roots In Dub

By Erik Magni on Sunday, March 10, 2013 - 1 comment

Black Roots dub their first album in 20 years.


Black Roots - On The Ground In DubUK reggae band Black Roots got together again last year to release the acclaimed 'On the Ground', their first album in more than 20 years. It has been widely praised by critics and was selected for United Reggae’s favorite albums of 2012 list.

Now this set receives a dub treatment courtesy of Louis Bracket who has previously worked with bands such as Misty In Roots and Culture.

He has reshaped, rearranged and stripped down 15 of the original album’s 17 tracks for 'On the Ground In Dub', which was released on CD and on digital platforms on March 4th.

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Posted by Mark Wilson on 03.10.2013
Your site was recommended to me by radio DJ RJ. I have played reggae for the last 32 years, including 6 years with Burning Spear and the Burning Brass in the 90's and I like what I see and hear on your website. Peace.

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