Bunny Wailer "Dub D'sco Vol. 1"
The 1978 released LP “Dub D’sco” on Bunny Wailer’s own Solomonic labal was the singer’s very first dub album. It included subtle interpretations of five classic cuts from Bunny Wailer’s iconic debut LP “Blackheart Man.” Checking the musician credits of the “Blackheart Man” set learns that this was essentially a Wailers album as it features Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh minus Bob Marley. The remaining two tracks on “Dub D’sco” are dubbed up versions from a track taken from his Island Records’ 12″ single “Roots, Radics, Rockers & Reggae” (1978) and from another 12″ single, the 1977 released “Love Fire” - Reggae Vibes