Nagrania trójki mistrzów dub/reggae, które powstały podczas magicznego dla muzyki dub okresu w latach siedemdziesiątych.
Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare or Sly and Robbie as they are affectionately known are the drum and bass backbone of Reggae Music, they have played on,produced, invented, reinvented more records then many of their contemparies put together. Sly Dunbar born Lowell Charles Dunbar on 10 May 1952, Kingston, Jamaica, drummed his first session for Mr Lee Perry which included a Jamaican hit ,a track called 'Night Doctor', before moving on to the group Skin ,Flesh & Bones who had a residency at Kingston's famous 'Tit for Tat' club.This band would evolve into the Channel One house band The Revolutionaries where Sly named after his fondness of the band Sly and the Family Stone would begin to play along side a bass player who would become his long standing partner in music, namely one Robbie Shakespeare. Robbie Shakespeare born 27 September 1953, Kingston, Jamaica, had worked his way through session bands including the legendary Aggrovators before uniting with Sly Dunbar in The Revolutionaries. Both musicians had worked with other respective bass / drum players including such figures as Lloyd Parks [bass], Carlton 'Santa' Davis [drums], but everything seemed to fall into place when they worked together. They also both had a quest to push the boundaries of reggae music,which they would do throughout their careers, over many sessions to numerous to mention. But highlights would include the ground breaking Mighty Diamonds 1976 set 'Right Time' with its fresh rockers rhythms which lead the way in the 1970's.Also their work with the bands Culture and Black Uhuru the later of which they toured extensively with,spreading the reggae vibes across Europe and America.Not to forget to mention their Taxi label / productions which are always inventitive whether its in the reggae field or outside where their playing / production skills are much in demand.<....... więcej