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2015 repress; originally released in 2007. The unsung heroes in the history of Jamaican music can be traced back to the musicians who cut the thousands upon thousands of tracks that we know and love today. In some cases the musicians would overlap and be involved in more than one project at the same time. A prime example would be the band that was called The Professionals when Joe Gibbs recorded them and The Aggrovators when Bunny Lee did. So two band names, two producers, one engineer (Errol E.T. Thompson) and one agenda. Some of the finest dubs around, The Professionals Meet The Aggrovators at Joe Gibbs in fine form. Includes two tracks not included on the LP version (JRLP 026LP).
2015 repress; originally released in 2007. The unsung heroes in the history of Jamaican music can be traced back to the musicians who cut the thousands upon thousands of tracks that we know and love today. In some cases the musicians would overlap and be involved in more than one project at the same time. A prime example would be the band that was called The Professionals when Joe Gibbs recorded them and The Aggrovators when Bunny Lee did. So two band names, two producers, one engineer (Errol E.T. Thompson) and one agenda. Some of the finest dubs around, The Professionals Meet The Aggrovators at Joe Gibbs in fine form. Includes two tracks not included on the LP version (JRLP 026LP).
5060135760045
Professionals - Meet the Aggrovators at Joe Gibbs

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Format: CD
Label: JAFX
Catalog: 84807
Rel. Date: 09/04/2015
UPC: 5060135760045

Meet the Aggrovators at Joe Gibbs
Artist: Professionals
Format: CD
New: In Stock $15.99
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2015 repress; originally released in 2007. The unsung heroes in the history of Jamaican music can be traced back to the musicians who cut the thousands upon thousands of tracks that we know and love today. In some cases the musicians would overlap and be involved in more than one project at the same time. A prime example would be the band that was called The Professionals when Joe Gibbs recorded them and The Aggrovators when Bunny Lee did. So two band names, two producers, one engineer (Errol E.T. Thompson) and one agenda. Some of the finest dubs around, The Professionals Meet The Aggrovators at Joe Gibbs in fine form. Includes two tracks not included on the LP version (JRLP 026LP).
        
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