Cornell Campbell - The Gorgon Dubwise LP

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€ 16,90 (including VAT)

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The Soulful voice of Cornell Campbell has created so many fine tunes and voice has been sprinkled over countless dub albums that might unknowingly already lie in your collections. As his vast catalogue of Rasta influence, Lovers Rock, cover versions and Dancehall and Gorgon (more of which later) tinged tracks are so intertwined with the whole 1970's Reggae Era.
Cornell Campbell (b1948,Jamaica.) like many of the fine singers coming out of Jamaica,
he began his musical career at Coxsone Dodd's Studio One,as far back as 1959 cutting some old classics as 'Under The Old Oak Tree' and 'Old King Cole' among others. Through the Mid to Late 1960's Cornell cut tracks under his own name and also as a duo alongside Alan Martin. In 1967 he also became a member of the band Uniques, learning his craft from their leading voice Slim Smith. 1969 saw Cornell branch away and form his own group The Eternals under the guise of which he cut two of his classic tracks 'Queen of The Minstrels' and 'Stars'.

His most fruitful partnership came around in 1971 when he began to work with Producer Bunny 'Striker' Lee. Initially to fill the void left by the sad passing away of the fabulous Slim Smith, who was one of Bunny Lee's main singers. Cornell's singing suited Slim Smiths so much, having already been tried and tested in the fore mentioned band the Uniques.
Format & package: LP
Record label: Jamaican Recordings
Year of release: 2009 (compilation)
A1 My Whole Dub Down
A2 Never Let You Dub
A3 General Dub
A4 Got This Dub Feeling
A5 Pity The Dub
A6 Dub Release
A7 Give Me Dub
B1 Just A Moment
B2 Judah Dub
B3 My Only Dub
B4 Dub Trap
B5 Be There In Dub
B6 Educate Them In Dub
B7 Grooving Dub

Specification Description
Weight 0,4 Kg
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