Catch a Fire came out in '73 off of island records.
As far as King Tubby stuff goes, I like the early U-Roy joints, but I'm partial to Scratch Perry and Agustus Pablo.. Check out "Super Ape" by Perry and "East of the River Nile" by Pablo. Also look out for Horce Andy. As I mentioned in my previous post, "Presenting The Posse" may be one of my favorite dub/early dancehall records--produced by Sugar Minnott and backed by sly and robbie