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1. Jah Wobble & Marconi Union - Anomic (Sampler)

Jah Wobble & Marconi Union - Anomic (Sampler)

1. Wealth 2. Reality Crash 3. Anomic 4. Love In The Banlieues 5. Times Of Despair 6. The Rain Has Stopped 7. Terminus

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2. Jah Wobble & the Modern Jazz Ensemble - West End

Jah Wobble & the Modern Jazz Ensemble - West End

From the album '7'.

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4. Alsema Dub - Jah Wobble_ Bill Laswell

Alsema Dub - Jah Wobble_ Bill Laswell

Song Title: Alsema Dub Artist: Jah Wobble, Bill Laswell Album: Radioaziom A Dub Transmission Year: 2001

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5. Jah Wobble & the Modern Jazz Ensemble - 9

Jah Wobble & the Modern Jazz Ensemble - 9

From the album '7'.

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6. Jah Wobble & the Nippon Dub Ensemble - Taiko Dub

Jah Wobble & the Nippon Dub Ensemble - Taiko Dub

From the album 'Japanese Dub'.

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7. Jah Wobble & the Nippon Dub Ensemble - K Dub 11

Jah Wobble & the Nippon Dub Ensemble - K Dub 11

From the album 'Japanese Dub'.

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8. Jah Wobble

  • Published: 2018-01-29T17:27:37Z
  • By Camp Inc.
Jah Wobble

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9. Jah Wobble - New Delhi

Jah Wobble - New Delhi

From the album 'Welcome To My World'.

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10. PRÈMIÉRE: Jah Wobble Invaders of the Heart (Decadent Disco Mix)[Emotional Rescue]

PRÈMIÉRE: Jah Wobble Invaders of the Heart (Decadent Disco Mix)[Emotional Rescue]

This release takes a collection of songs from the 6 EPs released on the label between 1981 and 1985 and captures some of his best ever music, coveringa wide palette including dub, jazz, spoken word and even some pop sensibilities, all held together by his instantly discernable bass rumble. The driving post-punk-dub of Invaders Of The Heart is clear a link to the PiL years, while the psychedelic nature of Long Long Way and Fading offer long, drug-induced meditations. Nocturnal and East take this further with long-form instrumental experiments, before both Voodoo and the now highly sought after Blowout take in (Balearic) pop touches that the mid-80s were beginning to encapsulate. TRACKLIST: A1. Invaders Of The Heart (Decadent Disco Mix) A2. A Long Long Way B1. Blowout B2. East C1. Voodoo C2. Nocturnal D1. Blowout (Instrumental) D2. Fading (Long)

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12. A2 - Jah Wobble presents PJ Higgins - Watch How You Walk (Lee Scratch Perry Main Mix)

A2 - Jah Wobble presents PJ Higgins - Watch How You Walk (Lee Scratch Perry Main Mix)

Releasedate: 02.05.2014 Formats: 12inch | Digital Download Tracklisting: 12inch: A1 – Watch How You Walk (Dennis Bovell Remix) A2 – Watch How You Walk (Lee Scratch Perry Main Mix) A3 – Watch How You Walk B1 – Watch How You Walk (DJ Kutz Remix) Digital Bonus: Watch How You Walk (Red Rack’em Remix) With this new release, Sonar Kollektiv is delighted to introduce an artist with a reputation that precedes him. The living legend that is Jah Wobble would actually need no further introduction. As a founding member of Public Image Limited (PiL), he has collaborated with Holger Czukay, Brian Eno, Francois Kevorkian, Björk, Peter Gabriel, Sinead O'Connor and Bill Laswell (to name but a few). Thanks to his experimental journeys into the nooks and crannies of dub and world music, the London born and raised John Wardle (his real name) has become one of the most influential musicians/producers of our time. There's probably no other bass player who constantly reinvents himself as recklessly and unabashedly as Wobble. Over the last seventeen years, he chiefly released material on his own label 30 Hertz Records. Therefore, it's an even bigger honour for Sonar Kollektiv to have him put out his latest work on their imprint. On the upcoming album “Inspiration”, Wobble has teamed up with producer/engineer Alex McGowan (Tricky, Martina Topley Bird, Wilko Johnson) and the London-based singer PJ Higgins, who has collaborated with a host of artists over the years, lending her quirky and distinct anecdotes to many a project and recordings. Currently, she co-fronts the critically acclaimed Dub Colossus, who were winners of the Songlines Cross Cultural Collaboration 2013. The album was mostly recorded and mixed at McGowan’s Space Eko Studio in London. As a pre-album 12inch, we get the track “Watch How You Walk” in three remixes that couldn't be more diverse. For instance, let's take Dennis Bovell. He is an undisputed maestro of UK reggae – having worked as a musician, producer, writer, and arranger on countless reggae, punk, pop and rock albums. His dub albums were an inspiration to the likes of Adrian Sherwood and Mad Professor, as well as being the pioneer of Lover's Rock. His remix of “Watch How You Walk” catches that specific UK sound system vibe perfectly and leaves enough room for PJ Higgins' voice to shine to the fullest. For extra rubba dub effect he even adds some of his own ad-libs. Next up is Anthony Parchment, aka DJ Kutz. This younger producer draws from bass and post-dubstep as well as basic electronic music forms such as house and techno. He sports a more dapper rework interpreting Jah Wobble's dub roots to work for the current flavour of the floors around the world. Kutz does this masterfully with enough natty twists to maintain his remix timeless like the original. Future bass music. Not many artists have the privilege to even think about asking the godfather of dub, Lee “Scratch” Perry, to have a go at remixing their material. The former Upsetter, now at the age of 77, still manages to deliver some pure magic and an updated 2014 version of what he used to cook up in his infamous Black Ark studios in Kingston more than forty years ago. Be prepared for a sound design that is as futuristic as it can get and some added vamp rhymes by the master himself. Even without this remix, this release would be a highlight of 2014. But with Lee Perry's contribution, it's one of the essential 12inches of the year. Let's bag it in!

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13. B - Jah Wobble presents PJ Higgins - Watch How You Walk (Kutz Remix)

B - Jah Wobble presents PJ Higgins - Watch How You Walk (Kutz Remix)

Releasedate: 02.05.2014 Formats: 12inch | Digital Download Tracklisting: 12inch: A1 – Watch How You Walk (Dennis Bovell Remix) A2 – Watch How You Walk (Lee Scratch Perry Main Mix) A3 – Watch How You Walk B1 – Watch How You Walk (DJ Kutz Remix) Digital Bonus: Watch How You Walk (Red Rack’em Remix) With this new release, Sonar Kollektiv is delighted to introduce an artist with a reputation that precedes him. The living legend that is Jah Wobble would actually need no further introduction. As a founding member of Public Image Limited (PiL), he has collaborated with Holger Czukay, Brian Eno, Francois Kevorkian, Björk, Peter Gabriel, Sinead O'Connor and Bill Laswell (to name but a few). Thanks to his experimental journeys into the nooks and crannies of dub and world music, the London born and raised John Wardle (his real name) has become one of the most influential musicians/producers of our time. There's probably no other bass player who constantly reinvents himself as recklessly and unabashedly as Wobble. Over the last seventeen years, he chiefly released material on his own label 30 Hertz Records. Therefore, it's an even bigger honour for Sonar Kollektiv to have him put out his latest work on their imprint. On the upcoming album “Inspiration”, Wobble has teamed up with producer/engineer Alex McGowan (Tricky, Martina Topley Bird, Wilko Johnson) and the London-based singer PJ Higgins, who has collaborated with a host of artists over the years, lending her quirky and distinct anecdotes to many a project and recordings. Currently, she co-fronts the critically acclaimed Dub Colossus, who were winners of the Songlines Cross Cultural Collaboration 2013. The album was mostly recorded and mixed at McGowan’s Space Eko Studio in London. As a pre-album 12inch, we get the track “Watch How You Walk” in three remixes that couldn't be more diverse. For instance, let's take Dennis Bovell. He is an undisputed maestro of UK reggae – having worked as a musician, producer, writer, and arranger on countless reggae, punk, pop and rock albums. His dub albums were an inspiration to the likes of Adrian Sherwood and Mad Professor, as well as being the pioneer of Lover's Rock. His remix of “Watch How You Walk” catches that specific UK sound system vibe perfectly and leaves enough room for PJ Higgins' voice to shine to the fullest. For extra rubba dub effect he even adds some of his own ad-libs. Next up is Anthony Parchment, aka DJ Kutz. This younger producer draws from bass and post-dubstep as well as basic electronic music forms such as house and techno. He sports a more dapper rework interpreting Jah Wobble's dub roots to work for the current flavour of the floors around the world. Kutz does this masterfully with enough natty twists to maintain his remix timeless like the original. Future bass music. Not many artists have the privilege to even think about asking the godfather of dub, Lee “Scratch” Perry, to have a go at remixing their material. The former Upsetter, now at the age of 77, still manages to deliver some pure magic and an updated 2014 version of what he used to cook up in his infamous Black Ark studios in Kingston more than forty years ago. Be prepared for a sound design that is as futuristic as it can get and some added vamp rhymes by the master himself. Even without this remix, this release would be a highlight of 2014. But with Lee Perry's contribution, it's one of the essential 12inches of the year. Let's bag it in!

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14. 04 - Jah Wobble Presents PJ Higgins - I Did Bad (Bill Laswell Remix)

04 - Jah Wobble Presents PJ Higgins - I Did Bad (Bill Laswell Remix)

Format: Download | Releasedate: 16.01.2015 Tracklist: 1. I Did Bad 2. I Did Bad (Oliver Frost Remix) 3. I Did Bad (Oliver Frost Alternate Remix) 4. I Did Bad (Bill Laswell Remix) iTunes: http://geni.us/SK295DiTunes Amazon: http://geni.us/SK295DAMAZON Webshop: http://www.sonarkollektiv.com/releases/SK295D Last June Sonar Kollektiv released the album „Inspiration“, the wonderful collaboration between bass legend Jah Wobble and eccentric singer extraordinaire PJ Higgins. Having Dennis Bovell and a certain Lee Scratch Perry remixing „Watch How We Walk“ off said album two of the style-defining pioneers of Dub already contributed their strokes of genius. Regarding reputation New York based legend Bill Laswell is second to none either. His remix for „I Did Bad“ is at the same time a lesson and a speleology on the subject of Dub. Plainly audible a champion of a league of it's own at work. Oliver Frost (next to Eva Be) is somehow the in-house dub remixer at Sonar Kollektiv. His impressive portfolio spans dubby reworks of Recloose feat. Joe Dukie, Fetsum, re:jazz and Horace Andy. Now he adds two remix versions of „I Did Bad“ to it – putting his characteristic trademark sound on the original without doing it any kind of harm. Lovely vibes for the spring to come! www.sonarkollektiv.com https://www.facebook.com/Jah.Wobble.Music?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/PJ.Higgins.music?fref=ts www.facebook.com/sonarkollektiv

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15. A - Jah Wobble presents PJ Higgins - King Of Illusion

A - Jah Wobble presents PJ Higgins - King Of Illusion

Format: 7inch | Releasedate: 28.11.2014 Tracklist: A – King Of Illusion B – Watch How You Walk (Sista Riddim Mash Up) 7inch: sonarkollektiv.com/releases/SK285 iTunes: http://geni.us/SK285iTunes Whenever Reggae or Dub is coming out on Sonar Kollektiv you can be assured that the release is backed up by – common for this kind of style of music – a version on 7inch vinyl. Now then also “King of Illusion” by Jah Wobble presents PJ Higgins is published in the small format most popular in Jamaica, the British Afro-Carribean community and even among Reggae quarters in these parts. The song receives especially on UK radio stations lots of airplay right now; most presumably thanks to its poppy freshness and the catchy lyrics. But even the dub version (only available on the digital release) works perfectly and belongs definitely in the playlist of every self-respecting Reggae DJ. The radical cheery “Sista Riddim Mash Up” finds its way into the handy singles record case on the B-side of the physical 7inch – cobbled together by Sonar Kollektiv's label manager and mixing engineer, Oliver Glage and Oliver Haertel. This riddim, based on Vicki Anderson's “Message From A Soul Sister” was originally released on Sonar Kollektiv in 2007 by Extended Spirit. Big up!

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16. 01 - Jah Wobble Presents PJ Higgins - I Did Bad

01 - Jah Wobble Presents PJ Higgins -  I Did Bad

Format: Download | Releasedate: 16.01.2015 Tracklist: 1. I Did Bad 2. I Did Bad (Oliver Frost Remix) 3. I Did Bad (Oliver Frost Alternate Remix) 4. I Did Bad (Bill Laswell Remix) iTunes: http://geni.us/SK295DiTunes Amazon: http://geni.us/SK295DAMAZON Webshop: http://www.sonarkollektiv.com/releases/SK295D Last June Sonar Kollektiv released the album „Inspiration“, the wonderful collaboration between bass legend Jah Wobble and eccentric singer extraordinaire PJ Higgins. Having Dennis Bovell and a certain Lee Scratch Perry remixing „Watch How We Walk“ off said album two of the style-defining pioneers of Dub already contributed their strokes of genius. Regarding reputation New York based legend Bill Laswell is second to none either. His remix for „I Did Bad“ is at the same time a lesson and a speleology on the subject of Dub. Plainly audible a champion of a league of it's own at work. Oliver Frost (next to Eva Be) is somehow the in-house dub remixer at Sonar Kollektiv. His impressive portfolio spans dubby reworks of Recloose feat. Joe Dukie, Fetsum, re:jazz and Horace Andy. Now he adds two remix versions of „I Did Bad“ to it – putting his characteristic trademark sound on the original without doing it any kind of harm. Lovely vibes for the spring to come! www.sonarkollektiv.com https://www.facebook.com/Jah.Wobble.Music?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/PJ.Higgins.music?fref=ts www.facebook.com/sonarkollektiv

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17. Wealth

Wealth

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