DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, December 2007 - In another massive mix that will bless the Roots People and drive away the vampires, DJ Ian Irie presents one hour of pure Roots and Culture from several times and places.
As he touches every knob on his mixing table and the effect button like an addict, DJ Ian Irie of the Ambassada Hi-Power Sound System plays one piece of UK DUB and Roots after the other Jamaican DUB and Roots.
This is the kind of mix you preferably want to listen to on a HiFi set that can produce a lot, and I mean a lot, of bass. Combined with a lot of volume, you will start to dance from the top to the very last drop.
Most of the Ambassada podcasts go further than "just" presenting Reggae Music the way it should be presented by a Sound System, and Rootical Part Eight is no exception to that rule.
As the name suggests, there is actually a theme or reasoning behind the selection and usually the lyrical topics in the selection will provide lots and lots of food for thought.
Enough food to meditate during the long, long DUB parts for which we give thanks as well!
01. Jahovia - Matic16
02. Roots Gone International
03. International Dub
05. Give Thanks and Praise - Barry Brown
06. Vanity - Horace Andy
07. Vanity Dub
08. Burn Dem - Turbelance
09. Burnin Blaze
10. Fire Dub
11. Mankind Cease - Luciano
12. Cut and Clear - Mikey General
13. Brother David - Luciano
14. Its All in The Game - Mikey Spice
15. Jah Love - Sugar Minott
16. Too Much Backbiting - Sugar Minott