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The band then ceased to exist as a touring concern, although several dub albums were released based on their earlier work over the next five years. Nubian Records released Dub Factor – The Mad Professor Mixes in 1991, Dub Factor 2 – The Dub Judah Mixes in 1994 and Dub Factor 3 – Dub Chronicles The Mad Professor and Dub Judah Mixes in 1995.

Black Roots began their musical journey in 1979. They are based in the St Paul’s area of Bristol England. Jabulani Ngozi, one of the guitarists in the band, recalls in an interview he gave in 2004 to a French record label called Makasound, that Black Roots was formed by a group of friends that had known each other from the 60’s. They had been playing in different bands doing cover versions but after a discussion during a game… read more

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