Black Ash Dubby Sly & the Revolutionaries (Vinyl Record)
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Sly & the Revolutionaries: Black Ash Dub (Vinyl LP)

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Originally released in 1980 and featuring two major club hits in Marijuana and Cocaine, Black Ash Dub is today widely heralded as one of the finest dub collections of the era and considered an essential addition to the collections of all serious fans of the genre. The Sly in Sly & The Revolutionaries is none other than Sly Dunbar. Set up in 1975 as the house band of the Channel One Studios owned by Joseph Hoo Kim, The Revolutionaries with on drums and Bertram Ranchie McLean on bass, created the new rockers style that would change the whole Jamaican sound (from roots reggae to rockers, and be imitated in all other productions. Beside Sly, many musicians played in the band: Robbie Shakespeare on bass, Bertram McLean, Radcliffe Dougie Bryan on guitar, Ossie Hibbert, Errol Tarzan Nelson, Robert Lyn or Ansel Collins on keyboards, Uziah Sticky Thompson, Noel Scully Simms on percussion, Tommy McCook, Herman Marquis on saxophone, Bobby Ellis on trumpet and Vin Gordon on trombone.