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Ma­tumbi Point Of View

Sublime UK reg­gae al­bum from 1979, shaped and sculpted by dub pioneer, Den­nis Bovell, who also pro­vided lead vo­cals. Es­sen­tial. add these to your playlist: Point Of View (Squeeze A Lit­tle Lovin'), Come| With Me, All Over The World (Money)|

Aswad A New Chap­ter Of Dub

For­get their mod­ern com­mer­cial out­put for a sec­ond and head back to 1981, were this su­per tight crew of mu­si­cians, with a young Mikey Dread at the con­trols, flesh out a new di­rec­tion for UK dub. add these to your playlist: Dub­fire, Flikaflame, Shin­ing Dub|

Maxi Priest & Cau­tion You’re Safe

Mid-’80s de­but, and an early high point for ex-Saxon soundb­woy, Maxi Priest. Smooth lover’s rock from a gi­ant of the scene, seen? add these to your playlist: In The Spring­time, Hey Lit­tle Girl, You’re Safe|

Steel Pulse Baby­lon the Ban­dit

Steel Pulse’s sixth stu­dio al­bum would win the 1987 Grammy Award for Best Reg­gae Al­bum – the first time the gong had been awarded to any act out­side of Ja­maica. add these to your playlist: Save Black Mu­sic, School Boy’s Crush (Jail| Bait), Baby­lon the Ban­dit|

Reg­gae Phil­har­monic Or­ches­tra Reg­gae Phil­har­monic Or­ches­tra

Mykaell Ri­ley founded the RPO in 1988, mix­ing pop, stan­dards, ex­per­i­men­tal, and reg­gae, with tra­di­tional clas­si­cal play­ing. add these to your playlist: Min­nie The Moocher, As Time Goes By, Love| And Hate|

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