Anthony Red Rose: King Tubbys Presents Two Big Bull In A One Pen, LP (Vinyl)
Anthony Red Rose: King Tubbys Presents Two Big Bull In A One Pen, LP (Vinyl)
€17.90
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Anthony Red Rose
King Kong
King Tubbys Presents Two Big Bull In A One Pen
  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Japan
Neuauflage
  • Firehouse
  • (DSR-LP-601)
  • Firehouse
  • (DSR LP 601)
  • 10 Tracks
  • EX / EX+
  • used
  • minor hairline marks on vinyl

tracks

A1

King Kong
Anthony Red Rose
Two Big Bull In A One Pen

Written by
3:36
A2

Anthony Red Rose
Body Crazy

Written by
3:42
A3

King Kong
Is It Love I Am Feeling

Written by
3:39
A4

Anthony Red Rose
Tribulation

Written by
3:31
A5

King Kong
Riddle Me This

Written by
3:30
B1

King Kong
Anthony Red Rose
Follow Me Now

Written by
3:36
B2

King Kong
Cater Fi She

Written by
3:32
B3

Anthony Red Rose
Don't Touch My Choo Choo

Written by
3:26
B4

King Kong
Ain't Gonna Be No Loafter

Written by
3:28
B5

Anthony Red Rose
Monkey Sample

Written by
3:34

Credits

Artwork
  • Herman Cain
Bass
  • Errol "Flabba" Holt
Drums
  • Clevie Browne
Engineer
  • Fatman
  • Peego
  • Tony Kelly
Keyboards
  • Steely
Lead guitar
  • Dwight Pinkney
Mastered by
  • Christoph Grote-Beverborg
Other
  • King Tubby
Photography
  • King Tubby
Piano
  • Wycliffe Johnson
Producer
  • King Tubby
Rhythm guitar
  • Bingy Bunny

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