Tagged: Dillinger

Lester Bullock (born 25 June 1953), better known by the stage name Dillinger, is a reggae artist. He was part of the second wave of deejay toasters who rose to prominence during the mid-1970s.

Photo : Yammy Bolo & Patrick Irie by Beth Lesser

Number One Station Vol.21

Super Roy – Flying High
Dillinger vs Trinity – Rizla Skank
Big Dread – Fire
Prince Heron – Spanish Town Disco Rock
Doctor Pablo – Righteous Melody
Tappa Zukie – Pick Up the Rockers
Dillinger – Plantation Heights…

Rockers Dub

Number One Station Vol.15

Johnny Clarke – Girl I Love You
Trinity – Up Town Girl
Prince Jammy – Channel Get Knock Out
Pat Kelly – How Long
Barnabas – How Long Dub
Cornell Campbell – They Can’t Get Me Out
Prince Jammy – Horn for I…

Steve Barrow

10 Tracks by Steve Barrow

Larry Marshall – Behold I Come
Bob Andy – War in the City
Pablo Moses – Revolutionary Dream
Ronnie Davis – We’ve Got To Change
Dillinger – Crashie First Socialist
Freddie McGregor – I’m A Rasta
Augustus Pablo – 12 Tribes Blues…

Reggae Dub

Number One Station Vol.10

Dennis Brown & Dillinger – Jah is Watching You / Flat Foot Hustling
Johnny Clarke – Babylon
Wayne Wade – Poor & Humble
Earl Sixteen & Mikey Dread – African Tribesman / Butter ‘Gainst Sun
Barrington Levy – Many Changes in Life
Mystic Eyes & Trinity – Perilous Times / Pope Paul Dead

Reggae Discomix

Number One Station Vol.5

Tapper Zukie – Revolution
Barrington Levy & Jah Thomas – Tribute to Moa Anbessa
Leroy Smart & I-Roy – Jah is My Light / Wicked Eat Dirt
Ken Boothe – You’re No Good
Barrington Levy – Shaolin Temple
Dennis Brown – Whip Them Jah Jah
Dillinger, Trinity, Wayne Wade & Junior Tamlin – Five Man Army

Podcast Reggae

Number One Station Vol.3

Hugh Roy Jr – Doctor Come Quick
Trinity & Dillinger – Jesus Dread
Jah Stitch – African Queen
Barrington Levy – I Can’t Wait Too Long
Ranking Joe – Wood for my Fire
Barry Brown – Far East
Jah Jesco – Warning