This article is from the Reggae FAQ, by Mike Pawka firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
From: "c.sassen" <email@example.com>
the best Tubbys dub comp has got to be
King Tubby and friends Dub Explosion 22 roots classics
cdtrl 366 ,crap sleeve notes , released in 1995,but an awesome
selection of rare dub plates ,also Return to Umoja on Conqeuror
a re release of DEB dub plates every one a bass bin killer!!
From: "Smart, Dana" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I've seen many recommendations for modern dub mixes a la Mad Professor,
African Headcharge and the On-U Sounds crew. I find traditional roots dub
of the '70s far more mind blowing. I recommend the following:
Augustus Pablo "Classic Rockers" [Island Jamaica / US]: Having the classic
dub "King Tubbys Meets The Rockers Uptown" and its vocal side, Jacob
Miller's "Baby I Love You So," is worth the price of the CD alone.
Lee Perry "Voodooism" [Pressure Sounds / UK]: Mind altering sides from
Perry's Black Ark.
Tappa Zukie "Tappa Zukie in Dub" [Blood & Fire / UK]
King Tubby & Friends "Dub Gone Crazy" [Blood & Fire / UK]
King Tubby & Prince Jammy "Dub Gone 2 Crazy" [Blood & Fire / UK]
The Upsetters "Blackboard Jungle Dub" [Coxsone's Music City / JA]: Try to
find the Coxsone vinyl pressing in the red sleeve. Has 14 cuts (compared to
the 12 on later CD pressings), despite the erroneous 12 tracks listed on the
back of the sleeve.
"Harry Mudie Meets King Tubby in Dub Conference" [Moodisc / US]: Tubbys
mixing technique combined with Mudie's use of string orchestrations in his
productions makes for some of the most beautiful dub around.
Prince Far-I "Cry Tuff Dub Encounter Chapter 3" [Pressure Sounds / UK]:
Some of the tuffest versions around.
Also, check out the recently published "Reggae: The Rough Guide." An
excellent record/history book on reggae. One full, 32-page chapter
dedicated to dub.
From: Jeff Williams <email@example.com>
Garvey's Ghost- by burning spear is the classic dub record for me
Bunny Wailer: Dubd'sco Volumes 1&2 on RAS