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Vinyl LP pressing. Producer Prince Fatty revisits the vintage Bunny Striker Lee reggae catalogue with new dub mixes and edits of 10 classic roots reggae tracks, from the 1970s. Originally voiced by Linval Thompson, Horace Andy, Cornel Campbell, Leroy Smart, Don Carlos and other luminaries from the golden era of reggae. These are all real-time mixes made in the analogue realm and recorded to 15 i.p.s reel-to-reel tape. The original Bunny Striker Lee riddim tracks include Linval Thompson's "Jah Jah A The Conqueror" edited with Tommy McCook's instrumental arrangement of the same; Jackie Edwards' "The Invasion," originally by Burning Spear; Cornel Campbell's "Press Along," Horace Andy's "Don't Try To Use Me," Ronnie Davis' "Sun Is Shining," originally by Bob Marley; Barry Brown's "Give Thanks & Praise," Rod Taylor's "Garden Of Eden," Neville Brown's "Prophesy," the instrumental track also known for Don Carlos' "Late Night Blues," Leroy Smart's "No Love," the instrumental also known for Horace Andy's "Zion Gate"; and Don Carlos's "Ababajoni," which derives from Jackie Mittoo and Vin Gordon's "Real Rock" instrumental.
Vinyl LP pressing. Producer Prince Fatty revisits the vintage Bunny Striker Lee reggae catalogue with new dub mixes and edits of 10 classic roots reggae tracks, from the 1970s. Originally voiced by Linval Thompson, Horace Andy, Cornel Campbell, Leroy Smart, Don Carlos and other luminaries from the golden era of reggae. These are all real-time mixes made in the analogue realm and recorded to 15 i.p.s reel-to-reel tape. The original Bunny Striker Lee riddim tracks include Linval Thompson's "Jah Jah A The Conqueror" edited with Tommy McCook's instrumental arrangement of the same; Jackie Edwards' "The Invasion," originally by Burning Spear; Cornel Campbell's "Press Along," Horace Andy's "Don't Try To Use Me," Ronnie Davis' "Sun Is Shining," originally by Bob Marley; Barry Brown's "Give Thanks & Praise," Rod Taylor's "Garden Of Eden," Neville Brown's "Prophesy," the instrumental track also known for Don Carlos' "Late Night Blues," Leroy Smart's "No Love," the instrumental also known for Horace Andy's "Zion Gate"; and Don Carlos's "Ababajoni," which derives from Jackie Mittoo and Vin Gordon's "Real Rock" instrumental.
054645424615

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Format: Vinyl
Label: VP RECORDS
Rel. Date: 11/03/2023
UPC: 054645424615

Prince Fatty Meets The Gorgon In Dub
Artist: Prince Fatty / Bunny Lee
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Producer Prince Fatty revisits the vintage Bunny Striker Lee reggae catalogue with new dub mixes and edits of 10 classic roots reggae tracks, from the 1970s. Originally voiced by Linval Thompson, Horace Andy, Cornel Campbell, Leroy Smart, Don Carlos and other luminaries from the golden era of reggae. These are all real-time mixes made in the analogue realm and recorded to 15 i.p.s reel-to-reel tape. The original Bunny Striker Lee riddim tracks include Linval Thompson's "Jah Jah A The Conqueror" edited with Tommy McCook's instrumental arrangement of the same; Jackie Edwards' "The Invasion," originally by Burning Spear; Cornel Campbell's "Press Along," Horace Andy's "Don't Try To Use Me," Ronnie Davis' "Sun Is Shining," originally by Bob Marley; Barry Brown's "Give Thanks & Praise," Rod Taylor's "Garden Of Eden," Neville Brown's "Prophesy," the instrumental track also known for Don Carlos' "Late Night Blues," Leroy Smart's "No Love," the instrumental also known for Horace Andy's "Zion Gate"; and Don Carlos's "Ababajoni," which derives from Jackie Mittoo and Vin Gordon's "Real Rock" instrumental.
        
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