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8 thoughts on “ Love Fire (Dubdsco) - Bunny Wailer - Dubd’sco Vol. 1 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. A fantastic underground gem from Bunny Wailer – one of the rare albums issued on his heady Solomonic label – an imprint that featured some of his most righteous material on record! As you'd guess from the title and the somewhat unprepossessing cover, the style here is heavily dubby – and includes material from the Black Heart Man album, plus other singles, all mixed up nicely by Bunny to.
  2. Love Fire Lyrics: Fire fire / Fire fire / Fire fire fire fire / Can't put it out with water / Keeps on burning / Keeps on burning / Keeps on burning burning burning / In my soul / Your love is like.
  3. Jun 08,  · Dub D’sco. The released LP “Dub D’sco” on Bunny Wailer’s own Solomonic labal was the singer’s very first dub album. It included subtle interpretations of five classic cuts from Bunny Wailer’s iconic debut LP “Blackheart Man”.
  4. Bunny Wailer is the stage name for three-time Grammy Award winner, singer, percussionist and devoted Rastafarian Neville Livingston (born 10 April in Kingston, Jamaica), known for the reggae classic resjobclirensdoforgebarfpratovafge.coinfo is founding member of reggae group The Wailers with Bob Marley and Peter resjobclirensdoforgebarfpratovafge.coinfo, Marley's step brother, toured with the band in England and USA after the success with the
  5. Jun 13,  · The vinyl is a decent pressing and although it sounds distinctly mid-fi as long as you accept that these are mid-sixties Jamaican recordings taken from vinyl the sound is still very enjoyable plus the LP costs a fraction of what many of the original singles would cost you, definitely worth picking up if you like mid-sixties Jamaican music.
  6. Jan 10,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Bunny Wailer sings Love Fire at Foxy's YouTube Bunny Wailer - 3/12 - Love Fire + Ballroom Floor - - YAAM Berlin - .
  7. Review Text Combining the best of traditional values with cutting edge technology, 'Dub D'sco Vol. 1' proved to be one of the greatest dub albums of the decade masterminded by two of Kingston's leading studio engineers, Sylvan Morris and Carl Pitterson, accompanied by Bunny Wailer at the controls. Comprises dubwise interpretations of five tracks from 'Blackheart Man', and the 'Love Fire' and .

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