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JUK'S INCORPORATION1
Dub Specialist (1976)

Studio One
matrix: (i) DB 101; (ii) DB 109

Sitting With Stupid (Smile); Juk's Inc (You Don't Love Me); Grow Your Own (My Last Love); Moving Dub (Moving Away); Skanner's Inc (Mr Baldwin) // Theme A Ling (Ting A Ling); Gumbay Jump; I A See "I" (Holy Mount Zion); Garvey "Ites"; Dub Is The Answer (I'll Never Let Go)

JUCK'S INCORPORATION2
Dub Specialist (1995)

Studio One
matrix: SDB 109

Sitting With Stupid (Smile); Jucks Incorporation (You Don't Love Me); Grow With Your Own (My Last Love); Moving Dub (Moving Away); Skankers Incorporation (Mr Baldwin); Theme A Ling (Ting A Ling - original cut) // Gumbai Jump; I A See "I" (Holy Mount Zion); Gravey Hights (= Garvey "Ites"); Dub Is The Answer (I'll Never Let Go); (untitled); King A Thing (Ting A Ling - original cut); Theme From The Scorcher (Real Hot)

Reissued / remixed in 1995 with three extra tracks (including an untitled track on side B and another version to the Heptones' original Ting A Ling), plus shortened mixes of Garvey Ites and Dub Is The Answer. Note a subtle change to the spelling of several titles.

JUCK'S INCORPORATION3
Dub Specialist (1996)

Studio One SOCD 50109

Sitting With Stupid (Smile); Jucks Incorporation (You Don't Love Me); Grow With Your Own (My Last Love); Moving Dub (Moving Away); Skankers Incorporation (Mr Baldwin); Theme A Ling (Ting A Ling - original cut); Gumbia Jump; I A See (Holy Mount Zion); Garvey Night (= Garvey "Ites"); Dub Is The Answer (I'll Never Let Go); King A Thing (Ting A Ling - original cut); Theme From The Scorcher (Real Hot); Mistic Dub (Every Tongue Shall Tell); Jungle Dub (Too Experienced)

CD reissue with four extra tracks (but omitting the untitled track from the vinyl remix). One of the rare occasions where the CD reissue is better than the original vinyl - making this one of the most satisfying of all the dub compilations. Superb versions of Lennie Hibbert's Real Hot (aka the Tonight rhythm), Horace Andy's immortal Every Tongue Shall Tell and Bob Andy's Too Experienced.

Although sound quality is uniformly excellent throughout, this release is not without its little Studio One idiosyncracies - Mistic Dub is repeated, first as an adjunct to track 12, and then in its own right at track 13.

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