M&M - Echo Beach - (30th Anniversary Remixes) Jamaram - IN DUB

Tracklist

  1. End Of The World Dub
  2. Never Ever Dub
  3. Can't Bring Us Down Dub
  4. What Do You Mean Dub
  5. Rock Steady Dub
  6. Just A Little Dub
  7. Wake & Bake
  8. Rescue Plan Dub
  9. Music Dub
  10. Roots Dubwise
  11. Carried Away Dub
  12. Jameleon Dub
  13. No Place To Run To Dub
  14. Hookah Dub

Release Details

LABEL : ECHO BEACH
DATE : April, 2011
FORMAT : CD / DIGITAL
CATALOGUE : Echo Beach CD082
(14 tracks - 57:56 minutes playtime)

Jamaram - IN DUB

April, 2011

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Jamaram concerts are a blast. Their unique mix of every style that grooves and moves has brought countless festival and club visitors to sheer ecstasy. But the band also knows how to be subtle, as proven on their new album "Jamaram in Dub" which is just as driving and indulging as the four previous albums.

Reggae is the main foundation that the eight musicians use as a base, whilst constantly utilizing influences to further enrich their sound. The album "Jameleon" is a good example for the incredible impact that Africa had on the Jamaram Band. Other bands don't often succeed in molding such a variety of genres into a homogenous soundscape. "Jamaram in Dub" takes it to the next level by remixing the Jamaram-Sound completely in Dub.

This really shows the musical quality of the band, because Dub doesn't strictly mean reduction to only Drum & Bass. It leaves room for a focus on detail that the listener might miss in "regular" songs. Fans of the previous albums will experience their favorite songs in brand new arrangements. "Newcomers" will have an album that plays with all facets of Dub and will possibly be introduced to a new world of sound.

The typical if not trade mark versatility of the band is proven once again on "Jamaram in Dub". Carried by a constant reggae groove the remixes lead you through very differentiated styles and epochs of Dub. "Jamaram in Dub" contains everything that Dub has to offer. From reminiscences of the early Jamaican masters with their crazy delay-frenzies to psychedelic influences all the way to the steppers-style of the "British School". And so the album is good for contemplation, for the lounge, but it works just as well in the clubs, giving the sub-woofers plenty of work as well as the dancers in the dancehall.

The fourteen tracks are made up of a selection of carefully handpicked songs from the last four albums and three brand-new songs (What Do You Mean Dub, Just A Little Dub, Hookah Dub). Mixed by the devoted and loyal Jamaram-producer Umberto Echo who set new standards for Dub-music in Germany with his albums "Dubtrain" and "Dub the World". Now he has helped his fellow colleagues of Jamaram to move to a brand new sound dimension.

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