Bunny Lee was the first to actually use reggae in the title of a record with ‘It’s Reggae Time’ Striker’s propensity for creating hit records during this period was unmatched and he was awarded the prestigious “title of Jamaican Producer Of The Year in 1969, 1970, 1971 & 1972” the years covered by this new Boss Reggae focused compilation.
Striker’s complete mastery of the new reggae rhythms and “versioning them over” are showcased on this release with the emphasis placed on the outstanding contribution of the cream of Kingston’s session musicians.
1. Last Flight To Reggae City - Tommy McCook & Stranger Cole
2. People's Choice - Winston Williams
3. The Avengers - Tommy McCook
4. It's Reggae Time - D Tony Lee
5. Peyton Place - D Tony Lee & Roland Alphonso
6. Zapatoo The Tiger - Roland Alphonso
7. Drums Of Fu Manchu - Headley Bennett
1. One Thousand Tons Of Megaton - Roland Alphonso
2. Red Gal Ring - D Tony Lee & Roland Alphonso
3. Music House - Roland Alphonso
4. Gits Brown - Lennox Brown
5. Peanut Vendor - Tommy McCook
6. Daydream - Bunny Lee Allstars
7. Annie Pama - Bunny Lee Allstars