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Bunny Lee
A Skanking Rockers Party

A Skanking Rockers Party


Bunny Lee


D.B.D 123


1x Vinyl LP Compilation



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Bunny “Striker” Lee Compilation 12 inch Discomix Reggae Roots Vinyl Record Vinyl

Compilation of 12 inch Discomix with DJ's produced by Bunny Lee. Bunny “Striker” Lee is a pivotal figure in the history of Jamaican music. In fact he’s the most successful reggae producer of the seventies, despite competition from more celebrated names such as Lee “Scratch” Perry or Coxsone Dodd.

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Ronnie Davis - It's Raining


The Mighty Diamonds - Jah Jah Bless The Dreadlocks


Cornel Campbell - How Could I Leave


Pat Kelly - Angel Of The Morning


Delroy Wilson - Come Close To Me


Winston Wright - A Skanking Nanny

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