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 Bunny Lee - Attack Dub: Rare Dubs from Attack Records 73 / Va   

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Release Date:02/17/2015;Notes:LP version. Prolific reggae producer Bunny "Striker" Lee created a number of different labels in the '60s and '70s to handle his ever expanding output. The most important at the time when dub was king were Jackpot, Justice, and Attack. Lee recalls, "I had a lot of labels. Lee was my first label... just a plain little white label and then I came out with Lee's with an apostrophe on it... I still have labels sometimes that I don't remember until I see it! Sometimes you'd just make up a label on the spur of the moment." Here, Jamaican Recordings delves into the catalog of Attack, which Lee founded in 1969, to assemble a compilation of some of it's finest Dub cuts released between 1973 and 1977. Includes dubs and versions of tracks by Linval Thompson, Johnny Clarke, Cornell Campbell/Tommy McCook, Johnny Clarke/Tommy McCook, Barry Brown, Leroy Smart, Derrick Morgan & Hortense Ellis, and Horace Andy. The CD version also includes "Out of Order Dub" by Ken Boothe and "I Forgot to Say I Love You Version" by John Holt.;Track List:1. Don't Cut Off Your Dub - Linval Thompson;2. A Moving Dub - Johnny Clarke;3. A Dancing Roots Version - Tommy McCook;4. Step It Up Version - Barry Brown;5. This is a Best Version - Johnny Clarke;6. Easy Skanking Version - Johnny Clarke;7. Every Knee Shall Bow Version - Johnny Clarke;8. Skanking With Pablo - Johnny Clarke;9. Rocking Dub - Johnny Clarke;10. Want To Go Home Dub - Leroy Smart;11. Dance With Me Baby - Tommy McCook;12. I'm Gone Dub - Hortense Ellis;13. The Meduica - Johnny Clarke;14. Money Dub - Horace Andy

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