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phil pratt

dial m for murder - in dub style

pressure sounds


Released: 28th Nov 2011



Released: 28th Nov 2011


crisp & tuneful mixes & dynamic production confirm phil pratt as one of the great unsung heroes of jamaican music.

a talented singer himself, pratt has been involved in music since the early ‘60s, having started producing alongside bunny 'striker' lee. he recorded & released some of the best of jamaica's vocalists, including gregory isaacs, delroy wilson, dennis brown & pratt's favourite singer ken boothe. 'dial m for murder' was recorded at channel one around 1979/1980 with sly & robbie as the rhythm section. it features a lean but stellar cast of players that was used regularly by pratt. the album provides a closing statement in the more cultured, stately production style of his collaborator errol thompson before the next generation of dub experimentation commenced.

dial m for murder - in dub style


  1. dial m for murder
  2. danger ubx
  3. stinger
  4. beware of this rass dub
  5. chase a crooked shadow
  6. don't watch my size
  7. walking razor
  8. wonder woman dub
  9. bad boy dub
  10. jam up
  11. natty culture
  12. who gets your dub
  13. dub plenty
  14. dr bash