Jah Wobble

Jah Wobble's Invaders Of The Heart - Rising Above Bedlam (1991)  Music

Posted by Designol at March 5, 2019
Jah Wobble's Invaders Of The Heart - Rising Above Bedlam (1991)

Jah Wobble's Invaders Of The Heart - Rising Above Bedlam (1991)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 371 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 165 Mb | Scans included
Label: Oval, EastWest | # 9031-75470-2 | Time: 00:51:28
Worldbeat, Experimental Rock, Dub

The second album by Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart continued the bassist's exploration into ethnic fusion, merging together music from different world traditions with pop production and his own dub-influenced bass guitar. Fans of Wobble's earlier work with Holgar Czukay and Public Image Limited might be surprised and a bit dismayed at first by the glossy production and pop nature of some of the tracks here; one would never have guessed that Wobble would come up with something as commercial as the Latin pop of "Ungodly Kingdom." However, much of the music is remarkable and on each listen seems to contain something new. Wobble is far more interested in experimentation than simply adding world sounds to pop music. The tracks with Middle Eastern influences, including the amazing "Everyman's an Island," are quite remarkable and most feature the fine talents of Natasha Atlas. Meanwhile, the trance-like opener, "Visions of You," which guests Sinéad O'Connor on vocals, is absolutely beautiful. On the title track, Wobble even returns to his past, with he and guitarist Justin Adams bringing the sound of early PiL forward ten years.

Jah Wobble - Redux: Anthology 1978-2015 (2015)  Music

Posted by delpotro at April 23, 2019
Jah Wobble - Redux: Anthology 1978-2015 (2015)

Jah Wobble - Redux: Anthology 1978-2015 (2015)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) | 07:14:32 | 2.65 Gb
Rock, Dub, Reggae Jazz-Funk, World | Label: 30 Hertz Records

Ever since he emerged with PiL in 1978, Jah Wobble has carved a unique and very charismatic niche, drawing on musical styles such as dub, jazz and world music.

Jah Wobble - Redux: Anthology 1978 - 2015 (2015)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Feb. 2, 2016
Jah Wobble - Redux: Anthology 1978 - 2015 (2015)

Jah Wobble - Redux: Anthology 1978 - 2015 (2015)
Soul, Funk, Disco | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 04:30:49 | 621 MB
Label: 30 Hertz | Release Year: 2015

Ever since he emerged with PiL in 1978, Jah Wobble has carved a unique and very charismatic niche, drawing on musical styles such as dub, jazz and world music. Redux also boasts JWs brand new single Merry Go Round and B-side Lets Go Psycho, alongside special Redux versions of hits Visions Of You and Becoming More Like God. Jah Wobble has written exhaustive sleeve-notes especially for Redux. The box set is supported by a UK tour in May, with a new-look Invaders Of The Heart.
Jah Wobble & Evan Parker - Passage To Hades (2001) {30 Hertz Records 30HZCD14}

Jah Wobble & Evan Parker - Passage To Hades (2001) {30 Hertz Records 30HZCD14}
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© 2001 30 Hertz Records | 30HZCD14
Experimental / Dub / Avant-Garde / Saxophone

Taking as their inspiration the Greek myth of Orpheus, European improv king Evan Parker (tenor and soprano saxophone) and Invaders of the Heart alumni Clive Bell and Jean-Pierre Rasle invest in a series of stark, repetitive bass and drum structures on Passage to Hades. At the music's core is the rhythm axis of Jah Wobble and Mark Sanders. The duo maps out the territory, delivering all that's required and more through minimal means. It's a refreshing change of scenery for Parker, who's normally heard in avant-garde ensembles or blazing solo performances. Here, he's confined to a stark, muscular groove and he responds beautifully. Like the later recordings by John Coltrane (an early influence), the saxophonist unleashes an abundance of dialog on his instruments, though he never quite reaches the torrents of sound one might expect.

Jah Wobble - In Dub (Deluxe Edition) (2016)  Music

Posted by vItOrrEs2009 at Oct. 9, 2016
Jah Wobble - In Dub (Deluxe Edition) (2016)

Jah Wobble - In Dub (Deluxe Edition) (2016)
Label: Cherry Red | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 49:21 min | 117 mb
Electronic, Dub, Ambient, World

Deluxe two CD collection. Since his days with Public Image Ltd., Jah Wobble has been carving a unique niche on bass guitar, drawing on myriad musical styles for his prolific output of over 40 albums and countless collaborations. Following the critical acclaim afforded to last year's six CD box set Redux, Jah Wobble In Dub is an affordable entrée to one aspect of JW's music, a style with which he is most commonly associated and yet is somehow difficult to define. Compiled and annotated by Wobble, who has also contributed some of his paintings for the front cover and the booklet, Jah Wobble In Dub picks up where Redux left off, sampling his 30 Hertz catalogue from the mid-1990s onwards while also dipping back into his 80s solo work. In Dub also boasts four brand new recordings. 'Metamorphosis (Burnt Umber Youth Dub)' and 'Inspector Out Of Space (Youth Inner Space Dub)' are taken from Wobble's new album with legendary producer Youth, Everything Is Nothing while 'Forest Funk Dub' and 'Forest Gate Dub' are brand new tracks, also recorded by the new-look Invaders Of The Heart.

Jah Wobble - Umbra Sumus (1998) {30 Hertz Records 30HZCD5}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at March 27, 2017
Jah Wobble - Umbra Sumus (1998) {30 Hertz Records 30HZCD5}

Jah Wobble - Umbra Sumus (1998) {30 Hertz Records 30HZCD5}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 408 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 163 Mb
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© 1998 30 Hertz Records | 30HZCD5
Experimental / Electronic / Indie Rock / Dub / Synth Pop / Experimental Rock / Worldbeat

The strange, spiritual album that is Umbra Sumus is one of the more interesting items released in 1998. Bassist and composer Jah Wobble creates strangely compelling soundscapes that draw textures from a variety of ethnic traditions without explicitly evoking any one of them. The first cut, "Il Jevedro il Oblanco," sets the pace with a duet for what sounds like a toy music box and fuzz bass, but suddenly becomes a lush electronica-pop track as vocalist Amila Sulejmanovic begins singing in Bosnian. Elsewhere, Natacha Atlas croons in Arabic over a texture not of ouds and doumbeks, but of synthesized percussion, keyboards, and Wobble's own throbbing bass, and it sounds perfectly natural.
Jah Wobble - I Could Have Been A Contender: Anthology (2004) 3CD Box Set [Re-Up]

Jah Wobble - I Could Have Been A Contender: Anthology (2004) 3CD Box Set
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 1.36 Gb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 516 Mb | Scans ~ 92 Mb | 03:45:32
Experimental Rock, Dub, World Fusion, New Wave, Post-Punk | Label: Trojan | # TJETD 191

Jah Wobble is perhaps the only man who could safely assume the mantle of the UK's King Of Dub. 'I Could Have Been A Contender' is the first true major retrospective that chronicles the entirety of Jah Wobble's dazzling career. Includes three PIL classics, 'Public Image', 'Poptones', & 'Death Disco'. Remastered three CD set featuring 37 tracks total.
Jah Wobble & The Invaders of the Heart - Everything is No Thing (2016)

Jah Wobble & The Invaders of the Heart - Everything is No Thing (2016)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) - 318 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 127 Mb | 00:54:31
Dub, Jazz-Funk | Label: Beat Records

Former PiL bassist, post punk icon and general cool cat Jah Wobble is set to release Everything is Nothing, his new album with his ever-morphing, genre-enveloping combo Invaders of the Heart on August 26. Made with producer Youth, it’s a super jazzy record and the lineup this time out is pretty damn impressive, featuring Hawkwind’s Nik Turner and the incomparable Tony Allen on drums.
Holger Czukay, Jah Wobble, Jaki Liebezeit - Full Circle (1982) {Virgin CDOVD 437 rel 1992}

Holger Czukay, Jah Wobble, Jaki Liebezeit - Full Circle (1982) {Virgin CDOVD 437 rel 1992}
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© 1982, 1992 Spoon Records / Virgin | CDOVD 437
Krautrock / Dub / Avant-Garde / Art Rock / Experimental / Experimental Electronic

This early jewel in the career of Holger Czukay, recorded on the heels of his groundbreaking 1981 LP "On the Way to the Peak of Normal", should be required listening to fans of the idiosyncratic studio wizard, as always one of the more creative inmates in the Krautrock asylum. For this session Czukay was joined (once again) by Jaki Liebezeit, his erstwhile partner in the CAN rhythm section, and by maverick bass guitar legend Jah Wobble, forming one of the most distinctive and unusual power trios ever assembled (drums / bass / …shortwave radio?). The addition of Wobble's muscular bass guitar left Czukay free to indulge his fascination with studio sound collages (the album instrumentation credits him with 'radio painting'), here distilled to a more rock-based format not dissimilar from the energetic "Ode to Perfume", a highlight of his previous LP.

Jah Wobble - The Butterfly Effect (2018)  Music

Posted by varrock at Nov. 22, 2018
Jah Wobble - The Butterfly Effect (2018)

Jah Wobble - The Butterfly Effect (2018)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | Tracks: 8 | 33:16 min | 76 Mb
Style: Post-Punk, Indie Rock | Label: Jah Wobble Records

Born John Wardle, Jah Wobble was an old friend of Sex Pistols singer Johnny Rotten. When the Pistols broke up, Rotten formed Public Image Ltd., and Wobble became the bass player. After the group's first few albums, Wobble had a falling out with Rotten (now Lydon) and guitarist Keith Levene and departed for a solo career, also collaborating with artists such as Can members Jaki Liebezeit and Holger Czukay and U2's the Edge. Wobble's solo repertoire ranges from pop to pseudo-reggae to "difficult to listen to" experimentation. In the late '80s, his career took a downward direction, and he had a job sweeping train stations. He began listening to music from places like North Africa, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe and formed Invaders of the Heart with guitarist Justin Adams.