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Bunny Lee - Dreads Enter the Gates with Praise 3LP

Soul Jazz Records

Soul Jazz Records presents this new collection featuring the heavy '70s roots reggae of Bunny Lee – a living legend, one of the last of the great Jamaican record producers who helped shape and define reggae music in the 1970s from a small island sound into an internationally successful musical genre. Featuring some of the heaviest Jamaican artists including Johnny Clarke, King Tubby, Dillinger, Prince Jazzbo, Tommy McCook, The legendary Aggrovators (featuring Sly and Robbie), The Mighty Diamonds and more, the album is a rollercoaster ride of rare, deep and classic '70s roots, dub and DJ sounds. Most of the recordings featured here come from the mid-70s, a time when Bunny Lee was definitely ‘in the zone,' releasing heavyweight singles at an almost unstoppable rate. Bunny Lee's career stretches over five decades and he has upwards of 2,000 production credits on vinyl. Available as a massive triple vinyl LP set with full sleevenotes.


  1. Johnny Clarke - Enter Into His Gates with Praise
  2. King Tubby Meets Tommy McCook And The Aggrovators - The Dub Station
  3. Gene Rondo - Why You Do That
  4. Vin Gordon And The Aggrovators - Magnum Force
  5. Jackie Edwards - Message From A Black Man
  6. The Aggrovators - So Jah Seh Dub
  7. Jah Youth - Principle And Dignity


  1. King Tubby Meets Tommy McCook And The Aggrovators - King Tubby Dub
  2. Jah Stitch - Real Born African
  3. The Aggrovators - African Love Call
  4. Gene Rondo - A Land Far Away
  5. The Uniques - Queen Majesty
  6. Johnny Clarke - Time Will Tell
  7. The Aggrovators - Drums Of Africa
  8. Dillinger And King Tubby - Jah Jah Dub


  1. Winston Wright - Marvelous
  2. The Mighty Diamonds - You Should Be Thankful
  3. King Tubby, Prince Jammy And The Aggrovators - A Thankful Version
  4. Dillinger - Check Sister Jane
  5. Prince Jazzbo - Then Wormer
  6. The Uniques - You Don'T Care For Me
  7. Shorty The President - Natty Dread Have Ambition
  8. King Tubby And The Aggrovators - This A The Hardest Version


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