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King Zion Dub - Bunny Lee - King Of Dub (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ King Zion Dub - Bunny Lee - King Of Dub (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Zolot says:
    Mixed at King Tubbys Studio, Joe Gibbs Recordings Studio, Kingston, Jamaica and Shep Recording Sudio, New York, USA. Liner Notes: This form of music started in the dance halls in the early 60s by some of the pioneer record producers. Mainly Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee, by both of whom I’ve been tremendously influenced /5(22).
  2. Momuro says:
    Jul 09,  · ‘King of Dub’ is a dub album released initially on Clocktower Records, and then later on Blue Moon Productions. Clocktower was a label based in New York and was owned and operated by Brad Osborne that focused on dub and roots releases.
  3. Malasida says:
    May 19,  · King Tubby was also instrumental in making the dub album a viable format for release, leading to the growing overseas popularity of the form during the mids. Since Bunny Lee .
  4. Gum says:
    Aug 07,  · Greetings, Pity the Compact Disk. Gone the way of the 8-Track cartridge and cassette tape. Relegated to the dustbin of dead media formats: VHS tapes and soon come, DVDs. Digital on your phone. Fetishization of vinyl, the hipster medium. (I 'n' I never lost faith in vinyl.
  5. Gardarr says:
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  6. Zulumi says:
    Dub From the Roots, an Album by King Tubby. Released in on Total Sounds (catalog no. n/a; Vinyl LP). Genres: Dub. Featured peformers: The Aggrovators (backing band), Robbie Shakespeare (bass), Fully Fullwood (bass), Carlton "Santa" Davis (drums), Carlton Barrett (drums), Anthony Creary (drums), Earl "Chinna" Smith (lead guitar), Ossie Hibbert (organ), Ian Winter (organ), Augustus Pablo.
  7. Zumuro says:
    Jan 31,  · As Vivian ‘Yabby You’ Jackson and Bunny Lee had shared backing tracks before, with the former recording Tommy McCook’s sublime “Death Trap” over one of Bunny’s riddims, and Bunny had long acted as a mentor to Yabby You, the latter presumably felt entitled to use the stored 4-track tapes to create a dub album. Flying Cymbals.
  8. Arashit says:
    Nov 04,  · "The real stars tend not to be musicians as such, but their producers: men such as King Tubby, an electrical engineer whose inventive wiring of echo units us.

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