Reggae Going International 1967 - 1969: The Bunny "Striker" Lee Story

Jamaican Recordings

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Reggae Going International 1967-1976 is Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee’s own, unembellished story, told to and inscribed by Noel Hawks and Jah Floyd over the course of five years.

The inserted CD on the Kingston Sounds label includes rocksteady hits such as Roy Shirley’s Music Field and The Uniques’ My Conversation, along with early reggae hits like Max Romeo’s risqué Wet Dream, and Pat Kelly's 1969 smash hit How Long. It also features a selection of dubs mixed by King Tubby, and deejay records from Dennis Alcapone, I-Roy, and Jah Stitch are present.


1. Roy Shirley
- Music Field
2. Slim Smith & The Uniques
- My Conversation
3. Val Bennett
- The Russians Are Coming
4. Max Romeo
- Wet Dream
5. Lester Stirling & Stranger Cole
- Bangarang
6. Pat Kelly
- How Long
7. Roland Alphonso
- One Thousand Tons Of Megaton
8. Bob Marley
- Mr. Chatterbox
9. John Holt
- Stick By Me
10. Eric Donaldson
- Cherry Oh Baby
11. Delroy Wilson
- Better Must Come
12. Alton Ellis
- Play It Cool
13. Leroy Smart
- God Helps The Man
14. Horace Andy
- You Are My Angel
15. Johnny Clarke
- None Shall Escape The Judgement
16. Cornell Campbell
- A Dance In Greenwich Farm
17. The Aggrovators
- A Noise Place
18. The Aggrovators
- A Ruffer Version
19. U-Roy & Jeff Barnes
- Wake The Nation
20. Dennis Alcapone
- Cassius Clay
21. I-Roy
- Straight To Derrick Morgan's Head
22. Jah Stitch
- Strickly Rockers