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Boomkat Product Review:
"The productions of producer Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee were so extensive in the early to mid 1970’s that labels were created just to handle his ever expanding output. Three labels that came about during this time when dub was king were Jackpot. Justice and Attack. Here we look at the Jackpot label and have compiled a collection of some of its finest dub cuts. Jackpot Records was formed in the early 1970’s as a subsidiary of Trojan Records to handle the output from the hitmaker from Jamaica..Bunny ’Striker ’Lee. Bunny was at the birth of dub and worked closely with Dubmaster King Tubby, having his masters stored at Tubbys allowed his rhythms to be worked on by Tubby, whether it was to remix or add vocals to an existing tape,the new interest in the dubbed version would see the next single being worked on for its version side. We have gathered here what we think are some of the best dub cuts from this label and era. Hope you enjoy the set. Tracklisting: 1 Straight to Channel 1’s Head 2 Straight to Jackson’s Head 3 Watch this Version 4 Just a Version 5 Behold this Version 6 The Knockout Punch Version 7 Straight to Edward’s Head 8 Lifetime Dub 9 Come Softly Dub Version 10 Blessed Dub 11 So Much Version 12 You’re All I Have Got Version 13 Going Version 14 The Poor Barber 15 So Dub Say* 16 King Tubby Dub* 17 Caretaker Dub* 18 At the Dub Market*"