Dave And Ansell Collins. Double Barrel (LP, Album, ARC). Dave And Ansil Collins. Double Barrel (LP, Album). Dave & Ansel Collins. Double Barrel (CD, Album, RE). Real Authentic Sound. RASCS 3225, RAS 3225.
Dave & Ansell Collins Double Barrel . 02:49. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Dave & Ansel Collins Double Barrel (Bonus Disk. Reggae Hit The Town: Crucial Reggae 1968-1972).
Album · 1971 · 14 Songs. Tony Tuff & Dave Meets Ansel Collins. Best Of The Essential Hits: Dave & Ansel Collins.
Double Barrel - The Best of Dave & Ansel Collins, 1995. Night of Love, 02:46. A Quiet Place (aka Johnny Dollar), 02:43. Funky, Funky Reggae, 02:46.
Newly remastered classic original 1972 album that almost single-handedly kicked off the two tone explosion, with their "heavy, heavy monster sound". Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Double Barrel. by Dave Barker & Ansel Collins. Double Barrel by Dave Barker & Ansel Collins.
Dave and Ansel Collins' "Double Barrel" and its follow-up "Monkey Spanner" almost single-handedly fired the later Two Tone explosion, with their "heavy, heavy monster sound". Today that monstrous sound is normally dismissed as cheesy organ, but if cheese it is, it's the best brie around. Double Barrel was slapped together to cash in on the success of the pair's two singles, and occasionally the joins show, "Impossible Mission," for example, is a reorchestrated instrumental version of the title track
Dave and Ansell Collins are a Jamaican vocal/instrumental duo (sometimes billed as Dave and Ansil Collins or Dave and Ansel Collins). After cutting an album, Collins and Barker parted company; Collins becoming a session player and Barker, now resident in the United Kingdom, singing with several soul groups. They attempted a comeback in 1981 without success. In 1986, Ansell Collins appeared as one of Ernest Reed's (Jimmy Cliff) back-up musicians in the reggae-themed comedy film, Club Paradise. Double Barrel" was sampled by Special Ed on the song, "I'm The Magnificent". Two of Barker's introductory exclamations ("Don't watch that, watch this!" from "Funky Funky Reggae" and "This is the heavy, heavy monster sound!" from "Monkey Spanner") were quoted by vocalist Chas Smash, in the introduction to the Madness single, "One Step Beyond".
Listen to music from Dave & Ansel Collins like Double Barrel, Monkey Spanner & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dave & Ansel Collins. Dave & Ansell Collins (sometimes billed as Dave and Ansil Collins or Dave & Ansel Collins). Dave Barker (born David John Crooks, 10 October 1947, Kingston, Jamaica), a session vocalist, and Ansell Collins (born 1949, Kingston, Jamaica), a keyboards player, were working for producer Lee Scratch Perry in Kingston, Jamaica in the late 1960s, and joined forces in 1971, for the ska single Double Barrel.
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