I agree that New Chapter of Dub albums is killa & is one of those anamolous one of a kind dub albums, also the Black Uhuru Dub Factor eg: with a kind of mix style and sounds that were never really heard before or since...
4 sure everybody gleans their influences from all kinds of sources & JA has always been the concocting the killer beats which flow forth into the World and multiply..
Still, I always found the Aswad basslines to have what I thought of as a kind of 'inverted' style , the way the lines are phrased and the notes as opposed to how JA players were doing it,
To me that kind of Aswad vibe seemed to flow into the whole UK sound of Mad Prof /Ariwa and Shaka productions which could be seen as major forerunners of the modern UK sound (?),
Aswad -> Shaka & Mad Prof..
-> Disciples, Blakamix, Jah Warrior, Vibronics,
Conscious Sounds, Dubcreator, Gussie P, Mark
-> John Peel's 45 box