2CD released: Jun 16, 2023

1. Rebel Dance
2. Casanova Dub
3. Silver Bullet
4. Rasta Locks
5. Dubbing With The Observer
6. Sir Niney's Rock
7. Jam Down
8. Parade Dub
9. Youth Man Version
10. Turntable Dub
11. Corn Man
12. Mister D Brown Skank
13. Rema Dub
14. Freedom Over Version
15. Tribute To Donald Quarrie
16. Why Seek More
17. Dub Roots Of David
18. Tribulation Dub
19. Take A Dub
20. Grey Beard
21. Scavenger
22. Dub 91
23. Fire From The Observer
24. Cassandra
25. Water Boiling
26. One Train Load Of Collie
27. One Train Load Of Dub
28. Quiet
29. Now
30. Conqueror 11
31. Ras Bumper
32. Twice Sevens
33. Straight To Bunny Lee Head
34. Ab Dab - The Observer All Stars
35. My Time Version Observer Style
36. Couchie Dub
37. Leggo The Wrong Version
38. Bottlehead In Fine Style
39. Zinc Fence
40. Hotter Fire
41. Prophesy Dub
42. Home Version
43. Rub Bald Head Dub
44. Special Dinner
45. In Dub
46. No Conscience
47. Gate Number Version
48. Lb Drum ; Lb Bass
49. I Soon Know
50. Thinking Version
Label: DR BIRD
Cat No: DBCDD122
Barcode: 5013929282247
Packaging: 2CD Pack

One of the most significant dub albums to see issue. Includes 22 tracks new to CD. Features dubs of some of reggae music's biggest hits. By early 1975 dub had become an integral part of the Jamaican music landscape with most 7-inch singles now sporting a hard and heavy mix of the vocal or instrumental track that featured on the A-side. Yet for all it's popularity, relatively few long-players showcasing the genre had, until this time, seen issue. 'Dubbing With The Observer' was among the very first dub albums to become commercially successful on both sides of the Atlantic. Produced by Winston 'Niney' Holness and mixed by pioneering sound engineer and dub master, Osbourne Ruddock AKA King Tubby, the collection featured killer mixes of tracks previously popularized by Dennis Brown, Ken Boothe, Delroy Wilson and Sang Hugh. This seminal album finally receives the deluxe treatment with it's 13 tracks bolstered by further dub masterpieces from Niney's esteemed Observer catalogue, all of which originally saw release between 1974 to 1976 when the genre was at the peak of it's popularity and inventiveness. With 22 tracks new to CD, the collection is an essential acquisition for fans of classic dub, performed, mixed and produced by some of Jamaica's greatest music makers at the very peak of their creative powers.