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To celebrate the 20-year anniversary of our label Jamaican Recordings and to mark the sad one year passing of the musical maestro reggae producer Bunny "Striker" Lee, the label has pulled together a brand new collection of some great Bunny Lee rhythms. The label started way back with initial meetings with Bunny Lee and a promise to keep his music available, out on the streets. He will be sorely missed but will live on through his extraordinary musical legacy and we hope to add to this by including this release to the stable of an unbeatable catalog.

Legendary record producer Bunny "Striker" Lee's vast selection of rhythms were ever present at any sound clash or dance worth talking about in the early to mid-1970s. Where the version found on the B-side of a single or special dub cut on acetates, would be played to win over the people and conquer the dance. Bunny Lee was the undisputed rhythm master and on this special release he is also the MC telling the crowd how it is and that any rival sound system should watch out as he has the rhythms that can reign supreme. The band cutting these timeless rhythms was a group of top Jamaican musicians Bunny had put together called The Aggrovators. The Aggrovators were a group of reggae musicians that usually featured Carlton "Santa" Davis on drums playing alongside Robbie Shakespeare on bass, with other musicians added like Earl "Chinna" Smith on guitar and Tommy McCook, Vin Gordon, and Lennox Brown added for horn arrangements. Keyboards and organ duties normally fell to musicians Ansel Collins and Bernard "Touter" Harvey. The band was named after singer Eddie Grant had repeated the phrase to Bunny Lee on one of his many trips to England, that such and such artist was giving him "Aggro". This was a term used in England in the 1970s by the Skinhead followers of reggae music. A term shortened from the word "Aggrovation", meaning trouble, fighting or making the situation worse. Bunny Lee was so taken with this term that on returning to Jamaica, not only did he name his group of musicians the "Aggrovators" but he also named his record shop situated at 101 Orange Street "Agro Records". Jamaican Records have compiled some great tracks recorded by this fantastic group of musicians. With the added extra magic of Mr Bunny Lee calling it out as only he can on the microphone. CD version includes three bonus tracks.