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From full-length documentaries to video clips, this is where you can not only enjoy the sounds of (DUB) Reggae music, but the sights as well. We are talking about very diverse material that is not selected persay because of it's novelty. Historical recordings that stood against the test of times are offered as well, TV broadcasts, interviews: the Dubroom is always interested in relevant and/or of high quality material to review and in this part of the Dubroom video reviews you can find just that.

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SONS OF JAH - JAH ALONE
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WWW, February 2009 - Live at the Nottingham Carnival, three decades ago: here is a strong performance by a strong UK Roots Reggae Band that has not received the attention they should have.

Even though the sight and sound of this video are obviously dated, three decades ago this was brand new and it would still be an extremely good experience when the Sons of JAH would have performed this just the other day. 

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PAPA SAN - DANCEHALL GOOD TO WE
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WWW, February 2009 - In this extremely danceable 1980's tune, we can hear how Jamaican Dancehall was fusing with American Hip Hop.

It was a time, wherein digital technology had entered the Jamaican studio's. A time, wherein Rub a Dub style had become Ragga had become Dancehall. An era that was introduced to Reagan's "War on Drugs" with the result that Jamaica was flooded with cokane and violence on an unprecedented level.

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MAD PROFESSOR INTERVIEWED IN ISRAEL (2007)
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WWW, January 2009 - He's not "just" releasing one crucial album after the other, the Mad Professor is also continually touring the world with some DUB show. In this video, we see him as he visits Tel Aviv and gives an interview to reggae.co.il

Where did Neil Fraser get his name "Mad Professor" from? He's explaining it in the start on the almost 5 minutes long video. It didn't come when he built his Ariwa studio...

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DUB SYNDICATE WITH RAVI SHANKAR (1984)
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WWW, January 2009 - What happens when Indian Sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar plays his instruments over a Reggae drum and bass line? Indeed: 25 years after the fact, we're still talking about it.

The year is 1984 and in the UK, we have Adrian Sherwood with his On-U Sound experimenting with just about everything one can experiment with when it comes to DUB. The producer also worked one this one: a collaboration between the British band DUB Syndicate and Indian Sitar player Ravi Shankar.

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AN INTERVIEW WITH JACK RUBY
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WWW, January 2009 - Usually, when recorded music gets popular, the vocalists on the recordings get all the attention. This is sad, especially within Reggae Music. For what's a vocalist without music?

In the 1970's, most Reggae Music was played into the multi-track recorders by the house bands of the various recording studio's on Jamaica. A number of producers utilized these studio's as they arranged musicians, recording engineers and/or vocalists.

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