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Prophets / Vivian (Yabby U) Jackson - Beware Dub download mp3

Prophets / Vivian (Yabby U) Jackson - Beware Dub download mp3
  • Performer: Prophets
  • Title: Beware Dub
  • Category: Reggae
  • Country: UK
  • Date of release: 1978
  • Music style: Dub
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes 775
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Prophets / Vivian (Yabby U) Jackson - Beware Dub download mp3

Tracklist

Peace
Give Praises
Together
Plague
Freedom
Beware
Deliverance
Prophets
Feel Alright
Praises

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GMLP 4 Prophets* / Vivian (Yabby U) Jackson* Prophets* / Vivian (Yabby U) Jackson* - Beware Dub ‎(LP, Album) Grove Music GMLP 4 UK 1978
8.9003 Yabby You Beware ‎(LP, Album) Jah Live 8.9003 France 1981
A-188 Yabby You Beware Dub ‎(Cass, Album, RE) ROIR (Reachout International Records) A-188 US 1990
RE188CD Yabby You Beware Dub ‎(CD, Album, RE) ROIR Europe, Danceteria RE188CD France 1991
CF 314, GMLP 4 Yabby You & Prophets* Yabby You & Prophets* - Beware ‎(CDr, Album, Promo, RE, Unofficial) Corn-Fed Productions, Grove Music CF 314, GMLP 4 Netherlands 2004
CF 314 Yabby You & Prophets* Yabby You & Prophets* - Beware ‎(CDr, Album, RE, Unofficial) Corn-Fed Productions CF 314 Netherlands 2004
PSCD92 Yabby You & The Prophets Yabby You & The Prophets - Beware Dub ‎(16xFile, FLAC) Pressure Sounds PSCD92 UK 2016
PSLP92SSRBG Yabby You & The Prophets Yabby You & The Prophets - Beware Dub ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Gre) Pressure Sounds PSLP92SSRBG UK 2016
PSLP92SSOY Yabby You & The Prophets Yabby You & The Prophets - Beware Dub ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Yel) Pressure Sounds PSLP92SSOY UK 2016
PSLP 92 Yabby You & The Prophets Yabby You & The Prophets - Beware Dub ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) Pressure Sounds PSLP 92 UK 2016
PSLP92 Yabby You & The Prophets Yabby You & The Prophets - Beware Dub ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, TP) Pressure Sounds PSLP92 UK 2016
PSCD 92, PSCD92, Pressure Sounds 92 Yabby You & The Prophets Yabby You & The Prophets - Beware Dub ‎(CD, Album, RE, O-c) Pressure Sounds, Pressure Sounds, Pressure Sounds PSCD 92, PSCD92, Pressure Sounds 92 UK 2016
YVJ10CD Yabby You Beware Dub ‎(CD, Album, RE) Vivian Jackson YVJ10CD UK Unknown
YVJLP10 Yabby You Beware Dub ‎(LP, Album) Vivian Jackson YVJLP10 UK Unknown


Comments: (21)
FEISKO
Great sound here ! 1 2 3 4 5 6
Blackbrand
Obvious bad vinyl transfers for some tracks. They should have hired someone who knows how to do vinyl transfers, like SeeWhyAudio maybe?Anyway, the sound is anything but quality and I'm surprised that some people don't hear it. The overall mastering is a complete bust.
Shezokha
YES, Pressure Sounds also managed to ruin the sound on this classic --- i compared the sound on previous re-releases (ROIR Europe, Vivian Jackson even the unofficial ones) and it's pain to listen to the PS version --- listen to the high-heads: totally mashed up, distorted --- when you compare it with other versions - you hear nearly the drumsticks moving ... another disastrous "re-master" by HILTONGROVE MASTERING
FireWater
RE: TheDubLibrarian = I also agree vinyl2vinyl transfers is not bad per se (look at all the SOUL JAZZ RECS reissues/restorations !!!). PRESSURE SOUND's sound engineers are using one type of restoration sound formula, which is audible on nearly ANY of their re-issues (at least to my ears and I am working in music/broadcast production for 20 years)Regarding VP RECS: I don't know all of their recent reissues (and I can't comment on this Dennis Brown) but when I listen to all the EX-SCIENTIST, VA:First Class Rock Steady, Keith Hudson "Pick A Dub", Augustus Pablo "Original Rockers", Johnny Clarke, Horace Andy, Congos etc etc (all seemingly under Steve Barrow's supervision) then this is what I call it the highest sound standard that I know on the dub/reggae re-issue market (beside Soul Jazz). Cheers.
Peles
I'll get straight to the point. This is indeed a bad release. I have some experience in that field and can tell you that several tracks come from vinyl transfers. This is not the first time you'll see something like that and it's not a bad thing to do when the original source can't be obtained. BUT, it should be done properly. This is not the case here as you noticed. Those who think this release is good will be shocked the day they'll hear the quality of the original press.However, I disagree on VP Records, they have done similar horrendous releases like Dennis Brown's Wolf & Leopards CD from 2006. It's quite horrible to listen to. Just used it to make a comparison with the original pre-release of the UK press I own...Audio from the CD was garbage. Even worse than that Beware Dub reissue.
Drelalak
Exactly, I would advice anybody new to vinyl to buy their favorite vinyl (that they bought an extra expensive reissue of) as an EX 1st pressing and compare for themselves. This can prevent a lot of headache and loss of money in the first place.I don't want vinyl to die and if younger folks are being "cheated" with those reissues of Classic LPs why should they go on for something that is not even superior to a CD? They will lose interest and still have never understood what vinyl is all about.What happens at the moment has everything to do with hype and not so much with quality. Vinyl is about the joy of a good performance and a good pressing. A good pressing grabs at your soul. A good pressing can sound even dramatic, immediately connects to your emotions and there is no second guessing if you'll need this recording or not. You are just an instant fan and you go out exploring that artist, label, musical style. Try out Chess Records on 45 or Blue Note or Prescription or Dial or independent labels of the 60s or even Italo or Studio One or Treassure Isle or, or, or... LOLI have to admit that I do not check for reissues since years, but from time to time I hear them. Last Greensleeves release I heard (I believe in 2014 or 2015) was not my cup of tea, I had no OG to compare to. I checked a full box of records from a record collector with at least 10 reissues and I ended up buying only originals. I would have bought every reissue in that box if I had found them convincing and it is not the case that I don't like them because they are reissues, I don't like them because they are often flat sounding, over-compressed, no space, bass cut out or boosted, hissing vocals and cymbals, no depth, no dynamics, bad seperation of instruments and not a lot of joy or replay value.I believe that old vinyl cutting equipment is the problem and that nobody works outside the digital domain at some stage in the production process, but I am just guessing.Why put a digital file to vinyl? That whole concept doesn't resonate with me.I do like the Dub Store Japan reissues, e.g. Keith & Tex - Tonight. I have to admit that I don't carry a lot of rocksteady originals in fine condition, but those reissues give me the chills. Souljazz used to be quality.And I think that you are right that cutting and mastering vinyl is a dying art form.It is easy to take the short cut and to buy that desired record. You'll end up spending the same amount of cash for 4 or 5 LPs instead of investing that same money in one "correct" record.At the moment there are reissues of classic titles on offer for 25€ or 30€ that can be picked up from any fleemarket for 2€, 5€ or 10€ in a better issue. Go out digging or find someone who has old records and a decent system so that you can compare.
Phallozs Dwarfs
hey soulkings, i do share your view: but frankly speaking i am absolutely convinced that "proper" reissues are totally possible: please just look at what is being reissued since 2-3-4 years on VP Records, Greensleeves, 17 North Parade (i think they are mostly under Steve Barrow's supervision) and many more. you just just need to hire people who actually do understand a thing about sound & vinyl. my guess is that today there are so many self thought sound engineers who will work for relative low price on such "vinyl reissues" making promises for profit for those who run those labels look like a desirable business-model PLUS we have generation(s) who grew up on the sound of mp3's coming from cellphones ... and now some of them are being introduced to vinyl --- their are easy prey for those now are marketing releases at a price of €25 for a single vinyl (and still rising) :-)
Lilegha
It is always a question of money and of how "crazy" the collector of music is imho.I am crazy enough to look for originals, but this was a personal development that took at about 10 years of buying music. I also used to buy reissues, than at some point in time you start to compare your reissue to an original. It is the same in 98% of the cases, the originals can't be beaten, no matter what the companies are trying to do (180 gramm vinyl, now on 2 LPs, "audiophile", from the original master tapes, Japan release). To me it is still a mystery why it is so hard to do a proper reissue, but experience simply tells...My favorite medium for listening to music is a clean Shellac 78 RPM, after that 45s from the 60s and than 12 Inches later on.At least I am aware that I am just a little crazy.
Umi
For the sake of the discussion, I have also not heard the 1981 or 1991 versions klimek is referring to. I had only heard youtube videos before this release. I think this version sounds great, but will grant that those other versions may sound better. However, the bonus tracks are fantastic, which are obviously only available here.
anneli
I don't have access to the original files or any other presses. My only comparison would be to other records from that period that I have, and it holds up well. Perhaps ignorance is bliss on this occasion.
Elizabeth
i compared it with the original digital files - did you listened to the original recordings? or the one from 1991 and 1981? this is what i am talking about ... there are surely worse pressing then the one on P.S. - but this should not be the "measuring stick" for us, right?
LivingCross
I don't know if you have been unlucky to receive a bad copy or what but honestly it sounds great here. I do have a few dub records that sound less-than-good, and this definitely isn't one of them.
Doriel
YES, Pressure Sounds also managed to ruin the sound on this classic --- i compared the sound on previous re-releases (ROIR Europe, Vivian Jackson even the unofficial ones) and it's pain to listen to the PS version --- listen to the high-heads: totally mashed up, distorted --- when you compare it with other versions - you hear nearly the drumsticks moving ... another disastrous "re-master" by HILTONGROVE MASTERING
Marinara
YES, Pressure Sounds also managed to ruin the sound on this classic --- i compared the sound on previous re-releases (ROIR Europe, Vivian Jackson even the unofficial ones) and it's pain to listen to the PS version --- listen to the high-heads: totally mashed up, distorted --- when you compare it with other versions - you hear nearly the drumsticks moving ... another disastrous "re-master" by HILTONGROVE MASTERING
Bladebringer
YES, Pressure Sounds also managed to ruin the sound on this classic --- i compared the sound on previous re-releases (ROIR Europe, Vivian Jackson even the unofficial ones) and it's pain to listen to the PS version --- listen to the high-heads: totally mashed up, distorted --- when you compare it with other versions - you hear nearly the drumsticks moving ... another disastrous "re-master" by HILTONGROVE MASTERING
Adaly
As crucial an LP as any of the widely acknowledged classics of this genre, in my opinion. As Multitrak said the love and care that's gone into this re-issue is apparent in every aspect, and it's no less than the music deserves. Massive respect to Pressure Sounds on this one.
hardy
Amazing reissue! It sounds fantastic, and the additional songs are CRUCIAL and not filler. Exceeded my expectations. The packaging with resealable outer sleeve and poly lined inner sleeves was a classy and appreciated touch. Pressure Sounds once again doing Jah's work!
fetish
RE: MultiTrak: I guess expectation level indeed can be different. I let my ears be my main judge.
Cha
Wonderful & super deadly reissue here by Pressure Sounds. The highs are super high and the low end is DEEEEP. Clean & crisp sound to boot makes this a must for fans of genuine deep raw roots dub from 1970s Jamaica. Dub doesn't get better than this and Pressure Sounds well & truly have released a real gem here.
Landamath
Check out new re-issue to come from Pressure Sounds label this automn. A 2LP set with additonal tracks. No need to spend a lot to get it !
kinder
This is a 5***** Top Dub LP, fantastic sound quality on this UK pressing and highly recommended for any Dub lover.
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