In the early 1960's, he produced sessions by rasta drummer Count Ossie. Throughout the 1970's he produced numerous musicians on his several labels: Moodisc, Jungle, Afro and Jukebox. He worked with King Tubby to produce some of the strongest dub albums of the mid-’70s. Featuring a large dose of Mudie’s strongest rhythms, the three Dub Conference albums offer a perfect blend of the producer’s tasteful grooves and Tubby’s equally astute panoply of echo and reverb-riddled mixing board effects. Discography * The Rhythm Rulers & Mudies All Stars - 1970 - Book Of Drifters * The Rhythm Rulers - 1970 - Mudies Mood * Harry Mudie with King Tubby in Dub Conference Volume 1 - 1975 * Harry Mudie with King Tubby in Dub Conference Volume 2 - 1976 * Harry Mudie with King Tubby in Dub Conference Volume 3 - 1977 Compilations * Harry Mudie & Friends - Let Me Tell You Boy - 1970 - Trojan (1988) * Various Artists - Mudie's Mood - 1970 - Moodisc/Trojan * Various Artists - Quad Star Revolution Volume 1 - 1972 * Various Artists - Quad Star Revolution Volume 2 - 1975 * Various Artists - Reggae History A-Z Volume 1 - Moodisc * Various Artists - Reggae Jamboree (1972-1992) - Moodisc * Various Artists - Drifting With Mudies All Stars & The Rhythm Rulers - Papa Charlie (2004) * Various Artists - Reggae History Volume 1 - 1985 - Moodisc Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
show me more