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Your One-Stop for reviews of free and legal (DUB) Reggae MP3 files. We review tracks, albums and podcasts. Everything is hand-picked and reviewed on the basis of experience in this field since the MP3 format was released in the late 1990's. Some music released through Creative Commons Copyright can be downloaded straight from the Dubroom Server. Browse by artist, track, album or podcast. Be sure to check out our spotlight as well. 

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WWW, August 2020 - The Dubroom website physically hosts quite a number of mp3 albums and tracks released under Creative Commons copyright. This basically means that the music may be re-distributed provided no money is made, the music left intact and the creators credited. And so it is done here at the Dubroom. 

Please, pay respect to the Creative Commons copyright idea. This means, that the music is offered to you for free and you are free to pass it on as well, provided that you do not ask any money for it, do not change the contents of the music and the zip files and pay credit to the original artists and producers that created the works.

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Errol Judah and the Neophyte Stepers - Life (It Nah Funny)
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WWW, January 2011 - Taken from the album "Walt Rides Again" which is available from sites like amazon.com, "Life (It Na Funny)" is an excellent DUB track in the ROOTS tradition, with full-blown horns and a massive drum and bass line. The Neophytes, who have been around long enough to be among the Experienced, team up with vocalist Errol Judah in what can only be described as a must-have for your ever growing collection of free and legal MP3 files.  

The Dub mixing is excellent, there are enough parts with lyrical content to guarantee the conscious aspect while the instruments in their turn form a perfect input for the echo machine and reverberation device. Life is not funny for the sufferers, but music make them help through in that mystical way which is perfectly captured in the (free and legal) release. Consider purchasing the album, more than worth it!

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Justin Hinds and John Brown's Body - Carry Go Bring Come
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WWW, July 2011 (From the Archives) - Justin Hinds is one of those Jamaican Reggae Vocalists who helped to develop Reggae Music back in what many call the "Golden Years". His track "Carry Go Bring Come" is well known and for this recording, US-based Reggae group John Brown's Body provided the music in what undoubtedly was a very nice concert

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YEYO PEREZ AND BASS CULTURE PLAYERS - JAH JAH HAVE NO COLOUR PLUS DUB
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WWW, June 16 2014 - Yesterday was a day of protest against the "Foreigner Internment Centers", prisons where people are kept for being born in a certain place with a certain colour of their skin. It's all part of the spirit of racism that haunts Europe since times of memory. To contribute to the protest, LaFamille has released an excellent Anti-Racist track with vocals by Yeyo Perez and music by the Bass Culture Players.

A steppers track serves as the foundation for this weapon in the struggle against racism. Recorded in Spain, mastered in the UK and originally released for twelve inch by an Italian label, the recording has come a long way before it lands in your heart and soul. And, hopefully, touch the hearts of someone in your neighborhood who might have a problem with someone havin a different colour.

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Ziggy Marley - Jamaica in My Head
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WWW, July 2011 - In this cool Dancehall-ish tune, Ziggy Marley shares his thoughts as he tells us all about how much Jamaica ment and means for him. The melody for this track was taken from "Reggae In My Head", available on his album "Wild and Free".

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Ziggy Marley - Africa Land
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WWW, December 2010 - A joyful, vibrant track from not-just-the-son-of, provided for free by use of the Creative Commons Copyright: Here's one of the latest projects of Ziggy Marley which he did together with friends and family. 

The project, called "wild and free singles", can be considered an in-between albums studio session. According to Ziggy, "here is the first song, it's called africa land. I wrote it cause of the world cup in Africa as a way of cheering on Africa as one team and celebrating a new day in African history. My brother Stephen and my good friend Angelique joined me for this celebration. Enjoy."

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Ziggy Marley - PERSONAL REVOLUTION (Live)
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WWW, April 2014 - It takes the band about two minutes to actually introduce the riddim of the tune, but then you had an introduction that provided more than enough food for thought. On a musical vibe, that is.

Recorded on his USA tour, Ziggy Marley's "Personal Revolution" features Santa on drums and was mixed and mastered by Errol Brown. They need no introduction for the Reggae connoisseur and they will not disappoint during the 5 minutes 44 seconds of the recording. 

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Ziggy Marley - DON'T YOU KILL LOVE (Live)
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WWW, April 2014 - More live music by Ziggy Marley and his band. "Don't You Kill Love" lasts 5 minutes and twenty seconds and has that Roots Reggae vibe along with some very special string instruments mixed very much on top. It's live, after all, right? 

Right.

The recording, taken from his 2004 USA tour, includes improvisation and Dub parts and features some very crucial drumming that will not go unnoticed whenever you move and groove to the tune. Another free tune that you cannot afford to miss out on.

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Ziggy Marley - Jammin In The Rain (Live)
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WWW, July 2011 - It wasn't directly the intention, not even on the playlist: there was some spontanious impulse within Ziggy Marley which made him say "Jammin, Jammin" to the band as they played live in Sao Paulo (Brasil). The result is a spontanious, but tight performance of the well known track by Ziggy Marley's father.

The track clearly shows how Ziggy Marley has made his own particular way and style of doing the musical works. It's clear he know the track inside-out, how could it be any different, but he and the band definitely build on top of it. Nice Dubby parts, nuff improvisations as well ("Jammin in the Rain"), while they thought that "Jamming was a thing of the past" it's still going strong in this 21st Century Time and Iwa!

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