Eating Betty | Reverbalism

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Reverbalism

by Eating Betty

Modern Dub with a distinctly retro vibe.firmly rooted in the Jamaican Dub of the 1970s
Genre: World: Reggae
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1. Black Noise Dub
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2. Big Red Star Dub
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3. Theatre of Dub
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4. Waveform Dub
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5. Home Grown Dub
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6. Pharaoh is Dead Dub
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7. Jah Diamond Dub
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8. Eating, Drinking Dub
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9. Soul Knowledge Dub
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10. A Dub T'ing
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11. Eating, Drinking (version)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'No walls can stop the vibrations of Eating Betty...An excellent, deep selection of cuts" - Cornelius S

Eating Betty has collaborated musically with such luminaries as Dr. Das (ex Asian Dub Foundation), Slimmah Sound and Dub Terror.

Reverbalism expands, deepens, widens and enriches the dub sound established and developed on Eating Betty In Dub, and features the cornerstone elements of Dub; deep round bass, steady hypnotic drums, skanking delayed/echoing guitars and alternately swishing or piercing high hats. Added to this foundation are rich brass arrangements, bubbling organ and deep reverberating piano parts.

Serious Dub music listeners all over the world have embraced the crucial dub sounds produced at ACEtone Studio by Eating Betty.

New Album 'Every Spoil A Dub' out now!


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Dub Flash Records

Eating Betty offers some strict and true dub sounds, very much in the Jamaican t
Eating Betty... the first thing that pops to my mind when reading this is... sex. Quite unusual name for a dub artist for sure. I wonder if it has another meaning than the one which I am thinking of. ;-)
But then again of course, names don't matter. It's the music that counts. And "Reverbalism" has quite some music to offer. Very relaxed dub tunes, the American way. Here you don't find heavy soundsystem tunes like from the UK but some smooth home listening dubs. A soundtrack for a picknick in the sun for example. But without being poppy like so many other American reggae groups.
Eating Betty offers some strict and true dub sounds, very much in the Jamaican tradition with organs, horns and some bubbling echos, also very melodious, without being excessive melodic. Sympathic in a way, easy to consume. Friendly.
And not being ashamed of using some kitschy childrens song as a fragment for a dub ("Jah Diamond Dub"). Funny.
I often write in the reviews of UK 10"es that it's not suited for home listening. Well, here you have a record for your home. Or for your car. It's well balanced and can also be used for background music on a dinner party or something.
11 songs, 60 minutes of nice music.

Dr. StrangeDub (KFAI-FM)

The heaviness & lightness, the mix of old school and new, makes Eating Betty sta
I just ordered "Reverbalism" from cdbaby.com... It includes a couple of my favorites: "Eating, Drinking Dub" and "Pharoah Is Dead Dub". Great stuff! And I have to say, the variety of styles, the heaviness & lightness, the mix of old school and new, makes Eating Betty stand out. A lot of dub artists play fine dub....but sometimes the lack of range and wit (like interesting soundbytes) make it sound repetitive. This never seems to be the case for Eating Betty. After the fantastic "Eating Betty in Dub" and "Reverbalism" I'm anxiously awaiting your next dub project. Please tell me you got a new album coming soon...

unknown

Top Notch Dub
This is dub with imagination. Excellent and very very heavy. Definately recommended for fans of the On-U Sound label. I did have a problem with getting this CD to play properly though. It couldn't track and I wondered if the thick adhesive CD label was the problem. I spent a few minutes peeling it off and now it plays like a charm! Best new dub album I've heard in a few years.