Posted by : Monkey SKA lunes, 29 de febrero de 2016

Bunny Lee's flying cymbals or flyers rhythms dominated the dancehalls and the charts in 1974 and 1975. The style, based on Philadelphia disco and featuring the sound of an open and closed hi-hat, was not necessarily novel, but Lee's use of a number of different elements most certainly was. Johnny Clarke's 1975 interpretation of Earl Zero's "None Shall Escape the Judgement" opened the floodgates for the flyers style. The story had begun the previous year with Lowell "Sly" Dunbar: "Sly played the flying cymbals first... I said to Sly, 'You played it on the Delroy Wilson tune for Channel One named 'It's a Shame' and Sly played it before that with Skin, Flesh & Bones on 'Here I Am Baby (Come and Take Me),' the Al Green tune... with the 'tsk, tsk, tsk' sound on the hi-hat, I named it flyers, but they didn't know what flyers was!" --Lee. Before too long, "every tune we put out we put the rhythm behind it," and every Kingston producer followed suit with their own variations of Striker's flying cymbals rhythms...

Track list :

1. This A The Best Version
2. Believe In Dub
3. Botheration Dub
4. Feel So Good Dub
5. General Dub
6. Get Ready For The Master Dub
7. A Moving Version
8. God Father Dub
9. Behold Dis Ya Dub Of Class
10. Sunny Dub
11. Judah Dub
12. Another Version
13. Talkative Dub
14. Revenge Of The Flying Cymbals
15. Dub Magnificent*
16. Dub From The Roots*
17. A Closer Dub*
18. Dub You Can Feel



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  1. Hi brother.
    could create a new link to this file please ? Thank you.
    (Lee Perry & Friends - A Live Injection)

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  2. OK LET ME CHECK THE LINK OUT THANKS FOR THE NOTICE

    ResponderEliminar

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