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Double Barrel (Instrumental)

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  1. Sep 20,  · This is an interesting collection of work but the mixes are mostly mono. The instrumental version of Double Barrel (original instrumental flip-side version) is sped up and sounds as bad as a vinyl transfer/5(12).
  2. They were working for producer Lee "Scratch" Perry in Kingston in the late s, and joined forces in , for the reggae single "Double Barrel". View wiki Dave and Ansell Collins were a Jamaican vocal/instrumental duo (sometimes billed as Dave and Ansil Collins or .
  3. There are a number of instances where the song is almost instrumental, for example Double Barrel hit #1 on May 1st, and We No Speak Americano hit #1 on 25th July What should we do about them? Make a list below the main one listing half-instrumentals? , 2 December (UTC) Yes, I agree.
  4. Informationen zum Song Double Barrel von Dave And Ansil Collins. Notierung in den Charts, Chartwochen, Musikvideos, Releases und mehr.
  5. Double Barrel: B: Double Barrel (Instrumental) Companies, etc. Published By – Interglobal Music; Distributed By – Ampex Music Of Canada; Credits Producer, Written-By – W. Riley* Notes A Trojan Production. Solid Yellow label Barcode and Other Identifiers.
  6. "Double Barrel" began life as an instrumental written by producer Winston Riley and worked up by organist Ansell Collins. Young drummer Sly Dunbar, who was only 14 at the time, provided metronomic high hat beats. Allegedly vocalist Dave Barker was only paid a paltry 20 pounds by Winston Riley to add his toast to the instrumental.
  7. " Double Barrel " is a reggae single by Dave and Ansell Collins (though credited in both the UK and the U.S. to 'Dave and Ansil Collins'). It was the second reggae tune to top the UK charts, two years after Desmond Dekker 's number 1 ska breakthrough hit " Israelites ".

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