Black Board Jungle, often called Blackboard Jungle Dub, is a studio album by The Upsetters. The album, originally released in 1973 under artist name "Upsetters 14 Dub", was pressed in only 300 copies and only issued in Jamaica. According to Pauline Morisson, this was the first ever dub album that came out, although there is a lot of speculation on the subject. Nevertheless, this was the first stereo dub album, as well as the first to include reverb
Complete sua coleção de The Upsetters. Blackboard Jungle Dub (Ver. 1). Rubba, Rubba Words. Cloak A Dagger (Ver. 3).
Blackboard Jungle Dub (Ve. ). 11. Kasha Macka Dub. 2:30. 12. Setta Iration Dub. 2:22. 12 Songs, 38 Minutes. Released: Jun 1, 1973. Return of Django: The Best of the Upsetters. Super Ape (Bonus Track Version). Ape-Ology Presents Super Ape vs. Return of the Super Ape. 2012. Sound System Scratch.
Upsetters 14 Dub Blackboard Jungle, often called Blackboard Jungle Dub, is an album by The Upsetters. The album, originally released in 1973, was pressed in only 300 copies and only issued in Jamaica. It was one of the first dub albums. The album was re-issued as a 3x 10" colored vinyl box set as part of Record Store Day in April, 2012. Artist: The Upsetters. Album: Blackboard Jungle Dub, 1973. Bass: Aston "Family Man" Barrett; Drums: Carlton Barrett; Guitar: Reggie; Organ: Winston Wright & Glen Adams; Piano: Gladson Anderson; Percussion: Lee Perry & Scully; Produced by: Lee Perry - The Great Upsetter. Has been played on. Russia 2. Radio Caprice - Dub. 2. United States 1.
Blackboard Jungle Dub (1973). Album by The Upsetters.
Lee "Scratch" Perry & the Upsetters. Lee "Scratch" Perry & the Upsetters. 5. Dreamland Dub. 6. Pop Goes the Dread Dub. 7. Fever Grass Dub. 8. Sin Semilla Kaya Dub. 10. Blackboard Jungle Dub.