the third release of his now classic Dub Me
Crazy Series, we capture the Mad Professor
in his Ariwa laboratory, eeh, studio.
The year is 1983 and we're talking about
twelve top tunes from a time wherein not
many seemed to realize how DUB had more of a
future than a past.
Who know the amount of albums and single DUB
releases by the man behind Ariwa Studio's?
The number is countless. Mad Professor's
oeuvre is impressive in quality, but even
more important: in quality. This album shows
it once again...
Just imagine, a quarter of a century ago.
The Internet was still under development by
Darpa, digital technology was shunned by
many and the CD was a novelty or not even
This is the time, wherein the twelve
tracks on this superb DUB album have been
mixed. Mixed by hand, using a combination of
analogue and digital equipment, everything
connected in a weary that only a Mad
Professor would invent.
Humor and seriousness are combined in a
sugar-and-spice tradition of which the Mad
Professor seems to have a patent. His humor
is unprecedented and he stands on single
heights when it comes to translating humor
Definitely an addition to your respected
collection of DUB Albums!