Carlton Patterson & King Tubby - Black & White Dub -

Hot Pot.

It doesn't really make any difference if this as been 0ut before. These kind of albums should always be available because when they are not around - reggae music can get very confusing. In the early to mid seventies Carlton Patterson and his Black and White label - was always there. It wasn't a big label like Channel One or producers like Bunny Lee or Lee Perry, but he had a sound. Big hits with man like Larry Marshall kept Carlton in the reggae charts for years. And of them carried a truly excellent dub on the back. And over the course of this 21 track selection - you get to hear all of them. Tubby's as a great time playing around with the horn riff heard on many of Carlton's tunes. And its wonderful to hear them again. Essential.