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Augustus "Gussie" Clarke - Black Foundation Dub Album

Augustus "Gussie" Clarke - Black Foundation Dub Album

Performer: Augustus "Gussie" Clarke
Title: Black Foundation Dub
Country: Jamaica
Label: Gussie Roots Sounds
Released: 1977
Style: Dub
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 733

Tracklist

1Loving Pauper
2Rockers Time
3Big Or Small
4Late Arrival
5Rocking Vibration
6No, No, No
7Funny Feelings
8One Way
9Black Foundation
10Creation Dub
11Free Zone
12Murderer

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BS 1023Augustus "Gussie" Clarke Black Foundation Dub ‎(LP)Burning SoundsBS 1023UK1977
BSC 1023Augustus "Gussie" Clarke Black Foundation Dub ‎(Cass)Burning SoundsBSC 1023UK1977
FASTCD010Augustus Clarke Black Foundation Dub ‎(CD, Album, RE)Motion Records FASTCD010UK2001
noneAugustus "Gussie" Clarke Black Foundation Dub ‎(LP, Bla)Gussie Roots SoundsnoneJamaica1977
FASTLP 010Augustus "Gussie" Clarke Black Foundation Dub ‎(LP, RE)Motion Records FASTLP 010UK2001

Credits

  • Arranged ByAugustus "Gussie" Clarke
  • Mastered ByDT
  • Mixed By [uncredited]King Tubby, Philip Smart
  • ProducerAugustus Clarke

Notes

According to labels 5 titles each side. Vinyl infact has 6 tunes each side.
Label has red printing (later pressings show black printing).
This was regularly released with a white/plain Disco 45 sleeve. Later Jamaican pressings got the UK Burning Sounds-sleeve.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): DSR 5138-A-DT Black Foundation Dub Recut Gussie - A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): DSR 5139-B-DT Black Foundation Dub Recut Gussie - B

Companies

  • Distributed By – Federal Record Mfg. Co. Ltd.
  • Mastered At – Dynamic Sounds Recording Co. Ltd. – DSR 5138
  • Mastered At – Dynamic Sounds Recording Co. Ltd. – DSR 5139

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Reviews (1)
Braendo
From my point of view this is one of the nicest dub-albums from the late 70s with great riddims of various sources and some wicked mixing by King Tubbs & Prince Philip. Title track is tuff as well as Gussie's re-work of "No No No" (the K. C. White version, which I even prefer against the Studio One original). Also like "Creation Dub" (versioning Mr. Slim Smith' "Born To Love You", suppose this cut has Augustus Pablo on keys), "Free Zone" and also "Loving pauper" does very well - but the true highlights here are "Murderer", a dark but brill cut to Studio One's "Skylarking"-riddim and "One Way", one more killer cut to Delroy William's eternal message tune "Think Twice" and Mr. Swaby's "No Entry / Exit" respectively. You looking for good dub music? Here it is.

Right you are Sir. It´s also on my list with the finest oldscholl dub releases.

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