Cornell Campbell

Pressure Sounds * PSS037 * 2010

Mr Cop

Mr Cop

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Straight from the Bunny 'Striker' Lee stable a selection of six superb slices of the 'Rumours' rhythm... one of the outstanding rhythm tracks of the ragga era. Striker's album, cheekily entitled 'More Ideas 1988', featured nine cuts of the rhythm that included Delroy Wilson's moving 'Ease Up' and two instrumentals: one from veteran trombonist Vin Gordon and one from newcomer Tony Asher. Cornell Campbell's version, only ever available on a rare seven inch, completes the set. Comes in picture sleeve based on the original ‘More Ideas’ cover.

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