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The Secret Dub Life of the Flying Lizards
by   David Cunningham
1.
Preface
2.
Shake
3.
Lime and Salt
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4.
Mute
5.
Skin and Stone
6.
Crab Claw
Sample  (112K mpeg)
7.
Outside
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8.
Inside
9.
Ash and Diamond
10.
Flicker
11.
Postscript
The Secret Dub Life of the Flying Lizards
The sound of this album is very reminiscent of Twilight Circus, which is probably not much help. Fortunately, there's a little more... In the liner notes, mr. Cunningham describes the process by which he took original Dub/Roots material and re-mixed it (in his spare time) from mono into into this, more palletable, form. What's striking about the music is its convolution, and the variety of sounds which he manages to stuff in each individual track. The production detracts from the 'traditional' nature of the music, but adds an nice soundtrack-ish flavor. As you can imagine, it's good music for the beach, and definitely good for travelling. Unfortunately, I have absolutely no clue where other copies of this album can be found.
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