This release features the legendary album Zion Hill Dub, originally out on pre-release only on Pratt’s Terminal imprint in 1977 and never re-issued until now; the set is a collection of a few 45s bearing Kalphat’s name as an artist plus a number of other sides where he featured as the main player, either on keys or melodica. In addition to the original ten tracks from the album a further seven contemporary cuts are added as a bonus.
A1 Ain’t No Sunshine A2 Skylarking A3 Natural Mystic A4 Something On My Mind A5 Do Right A6 Dub Right B1 I’ve
Over the past decade, Pressure Sounds Records and Jamaican producer Bunny “Striker” Lee have collaborated on a series of critically acclaimed reissues and compilations that highlight Mr. Lee’s contribution to Jamaican music from 60’s rocksteady (The Uniques – Absolutely Rocksteady) to 70s reggae, roots (Bunny Lee & Friend’s Next Cut) and dubwise styles (Conflict Dub). On October 6th this fruitful partnership continues with “Rub A Dub Revolution: Early Dancehall Productions From Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee” their first foray into Mr. Lee’s transformative rub a dub work from the late 70s to mid-eighties.
1. Horace Andy – See A Man’s Face 2. Cedric Im Brooks and Count Ossie – Right On Rasta 3. Prince Jazzbo
1. Horace Andy – Illiteracy 2. The Heptones – Be A Man 3. The Manchesters – Natty Gone 4. The Gladiators –