DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
DUBROOM ARTIST REVIEW
Nobody really knows just why he burned down his Black Ark studio, but everybody knows the sound he produced throughout the 1970's.
A whole host of Reggae Artists played and voiced crucial material into his multitrack recorder, creating classics like "Heart of the Congo's" and "Police and Thieves".
Righteous Rasta Reggae!
Some albums released under his own name, though, would contain phrases that revealed Perry's personal dislike for the themes covered by the Dreadlocks that would provide him with music for his studio.
Maybe that's an indication why he actually burned down the Ark and now speaks in interviews how he hates dreads.
MP3 REVIEW: LEE PERRY - CLOAK AND DAGGER
The title track of the 1972 album features the legendary Reggae Hornsman Tommy Mc Cook, among other stars.
Widely considered to be a pre-cursor to the more heavy forms of DUB, this classic instrumental doesn't yet have the Black Ark sound that made Perry his name.
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