For 'Waterhouse Dub', King Jammy took to the studio again in the company of his sons, Jam Two, John John and Baby G. Their efforts resulted in a very solid but classic dub album featuring dubs of classics from the nineteen seventies and eighties like Earl Zero's 'Please Officer ' (here 'Lethal Dub'), Junior Reid's 'Boom-Shack-A-Lack' ('Revenge Attack'), Dennis Brown's 'Now And Forever' ('Kingdom Of Jah Dub') or closing track 'Dub For Dave Hendley', a version of Junior Reid's 'Higgler Move', but also a tribute to Dave Hendley, the English photographer who passed away last year and whose photos adorn numerous reggae album sleeves. Nothing earth shattering, but 15 classic Jammy dubs!