Harry A. Mudie (born c. 1940 in Spanish Town, Jamaica) is a Jamaican record producer. In the late 1950’s, he launched his own sound system “Mudies Hi-Fi”, before going to the UK to study electronics and photography. 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.


* 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


* 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

Edited by dries_k on 1 May 2012, 17:27

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