Earlier this year a new book Reggae Going International 1967- 1976: The Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee Story was published highlighting the early years of Rocksteady and Reggae. The book starts in 1967 with the authors Noel Hawks & Jah Floyd telling the story of one of the greats Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee. It looks like [...]
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Channel Tubes debut vinyl release features a classic Earl Zero tune “None Shall Escape The Judgement” with a version on the flip. Hear exclusive dub!
There was an interesting piece in the Jamaica Observer about the classic Count Prince Miller cut “Mule Train”. This was a hit back in the day and still gets a spin sporadically in the clubs today.
As the story states: his involvement in the 1972 recording session was somewhat impromptu. “I [...]
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