Dance A Dub (Lee Groves Dubtraphobic Remixes)

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Lee Groves started in 1979 -- at the age of eight -- his love affair with music by walking up to a Bontempi Electronic Organ in UK department store "Debenhams" and playing it. After being brought up in a house where his dad's eclectic taste in music shaped his life forever. Lee Groves was always writing and composing music throughout schooling and got heavily into MIDI and sequencers as soon as he could. Lee Groves is a British born, and now Brooklyn based music composer, producer and writer. In his East Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY studio he is able to make vibe happen for production. In his career he worked with a lot artist and producers on many interesting collaborations like Marti Frederikson (Aerosmith producer), indigenous Australian "Global Groove" artist Tjupurru as well as for Gwen Stefani, Depeche Mode, Janet Jackson (he produced the music for Janet Jackson's Superbowl Halftime show...), Goldfrapp, Black Eyed Peas, Yello, Terminalhead, Ruts DC, Fatboy Slim, Norman Cook, Coldcut to name but a few... Lee Groves formed and positioned himself as an internationally highly acclaimed dance alternative electronic producer. His love breaks, break beat, dub, and eclectic merged into a lot remix work and DJ residency at John Digweed's Bedrock club at Heaven, London and also at London's now defunct Turnmills club. Lee Groves was highly interested in picking classic tunes from the Echo Beach catalog to make them Dance A Dub. A brilliant and mind setting album with highly acclaimed dub energy. Features tracks by Seanie T (Dub Pistols), Ari Up, Lee Scratch Perry, Martha And The Muffins, Horace Andy, Dubblestandart, Ken Boothe, David Lynch, Illbilly Hitec, Kinetical, Rude Boy, Kardi Tivali, Dubxanne, Earl 16, Dub Syndicate, and U Roy.