Kingston Sounds LP 46 by Bunny Lee All Stars, The Roots Of Reggae, Delroy Wilson, Cornell Campbell, Dennis Alcapone, The Uniques, Ken Boothe, Horace Andy, Johnny Clarke, The Upsetters, Lee Perry, The Aggrovators, Max Romeo, D Tony Lee, Stranger Cole, Tommy McCook, Tapper Zukie, U
Kingston Sounds LP 46 review
‘Gorgon’ was a tune that Derrick Morgan did...’Conquering Ruler’...I had a friend and he used to say” Boy the man there a Gorgon”...it meant he was the champion. Derrick write the tune off his tune and I said “Cornell I want you to sing it”...Bunny Striker Lee Bunny Striker Lee’s standing in the Jamaican recording business has remained unassailable for over four decades.
Bunny is known by many aliases including ‘Gorgon’.
It was Cornell Campbells ‘Gorgon’ produced by Bunny in 1975 that proved to be one of the defining records of the mid 70’s when cut after cut after cut of this flying cymbals extravaganza dominated the dance halls....
So sit back and enjoy the set...
Bunny 'Striker' Lee All Stars - Revenge Of The Flying Cymbals
Delroy Wilson - Cool Operator
Cornell Campbell - The Gorgon
Dennis Alcapone - Ripe Cherry
The Uniques - The Beatitude
Ken Boothe - You're No Good
Horace Andy - Money Money
Johnny Clarke - Move Out Babylon Rastaman
The Upsetters & The Aggrovators - Labrish
Max Romeo - ??
D Tony Lee - It's Reggae Time
Stranger Cole & Tommy McCook - Last Flight To Reggae City
Tapper Zukie - Jah Is Guiding Star
U Roy - Joyful Locks
Derrick Morgan - The Great Musical Battle
John Holt - The Clock
I Roy - Straight To Jazzbo's Head
Prince Jazzbo - Straight To I Roy's Head
Jah Stitch - The Killer
Linval Thompson - Cool Down Your Temper
Don Carlos - Lazer Beam
King Tubby & The Aggrovators - Jamaican Roots Dub
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