The world premiere of a two-disc set of the ultimate rarities in dub history from a renowned label known for its archival reissues of rare and high quality reggae and dub material. The combination of Jamaica's most talented producer, Bunny Lee, Prince Jammy's mix and The Aggrovators' performance is the ultimate combination of Johnny Clarke, Tommy McCook, Hortense Ellis and Derrick Morgan. Conflict Dub" (1977) was released in very small quantities on the white label at the time and is rarely seen on the used market. And now, for the first time, we're reissuing this fantastic album (recorded around the same time as the previously reissued "Dubbing in the Backyard") under the name "Dubbing in the Front Yard". (recorded at the same time as the previously reissued "Dubbing in the Backyard"). This interesting release couples the early days and maturity of the creative and strong partnership between Bunny Lee and Prince Jammy, who produced many classic albums at King Tubby's, the heaviest mixing studio in Jamaica at the time. The newly prepared cover features a rare photo taken by Howard Johnson, director of the Channel 4 documentary "Deep Roots Music", in the same week as the 1982 recording.