Although their collaboration lasted for less than a year, Bob Marley and Lee 'Scratch' Perry's joint efforts in the studio resulted in some of the most memorable moments in reggae history. From August 1970 to April 1971, Marley and Perry with the help of Aston 'Family Man' Barrett on bass, Carlton Barrett on drums, Reggie Lewis on guitar, and Glen Adams on keyboards - worked together at Randy Chin's legendary Studio 17 in Kingston, recording such classics as African Herbsman, Kaya, and Duppy Conqueror along with several dub versions.
29539VThe Lee "Scratch" Perry Masters (180GV + CD) (Vinyl LP)http://oldies.scdn5.secure.raxcdn.com/i/boxart/large/70/34/889397703417.jpg?v=730.9822.95USDInStock/Genre/Reggae/Sale Items/Over-20-Off-VinylLilith RecordsVinyl-LPReggaeLee-Scratch-Perry2013-02-15
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