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A1 Tapper Zukie In Dub A2 Pick Up The Dub A3 Dub .
Album · 1975 · 14 Songs. 2008 Tappa Records Jamaica.
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Tappa Zukie – Quarter Pound A Ichents. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single. Quarter Pound A Ichents Version. Matrix, Runout: BL 3930 RRS. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.
Tapper Zukie (or Tappa Zukie) (born David Sinclair, 1955, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae deejay and producer. Tapper was the nickname given to him by his grandmother in his youth, while Zukie was a name that came from his friends' association as a young boy - their gang was called 'The Zukies'. In 1973 his mother, concerned with Zukie's tendency to get into trouble, sent him to England to stay with some relatives
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by Tappa Zukie released in 1978.
Tappa Zukie (Yagga Yagga), Kingston, Jamaica. PRODUCER/deejay Tappa Zukie says it is time for Jamaican music to get back to its roots. After over 20 years of dominance by digital rhythms, Tappa Zukie says live recording is poised for a comeback.
Of all the Jamaican DJs tearing up the sound systems during the mid-'70s, Tappa Zukie seemed the least likely contender for international stardom. Although he released a stream of singles, only a handful caught on across the island, and his hit quotient was much lower than most of his contemporaries. But in Britain, it was another story entirely. There his debut album, Man Ah Warrior, was selling up a storm; it wasn't even released in Jamaica. Zukie cut a string of singles during 1975, then began work the following year on his self-produced sophomore album, MPLA.
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