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Live: SuperStar LOVE TRULY & Legendary Producer BUNNY Striker LEE

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One of the most influential and prolific producers in reggae history, Bunny Striker Lee pioneered the art of the dub  expanding the parameters of studio technology like no Jamaican producer before him, he and his engineer, the equally legendary King Tubby, maximized the creative possibilities of each and every rhythm to generate a seemingly endless series of mixes. He entered the music industry in 1962 reggae singer Derrick Morgan, landing a job as a record plugger for Duke Reid's famed Treasure Isle label. By the mid-'60s, Lee was working with Ken Lack's Caltone imprint, producing his first record, Lloyd Jackson & the Groovers' "Listen to the Beat," in 1967. His first significant hit, Roy Shirley's "Music Field," followed later that year on WIRL, and  found his own label, he reeled off a series of well-received sides including Morgan's "Hold You Jack," Slim Smith's "My Conversation," and Pat Kelly's "Little Boy Blue.
more at http://www.artistdirect.com/artist/bio/bunny-lee/457546#f93D4JygXQ7DmG0k.99

LOVE TRULY  brings you incredible R&B and Pop music,Love grew up in Texas, U.S.A listening to the music of Billy Ocean, Jonathan Butler, Lionel Richie, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, The Bee Gees, Christopher Cross, Steve Perry, Pattie Labelle, Hall and Oates, Air supply and many other artist who he feels "captures the true meaning of love in their music" as he has said many times on numerous interviews.Love Truly is also a man who has a genuine heart and cares about the issues of the world that stem from poverty, abuse of women and children, world hunger, childhood diseases, breast cancer and many other issues that he says he would love to bring attention to as his name and brand grows larger. www.crsradio.com  call 661-467-2407

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