Randy's Studio 17  

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Randy's Studio 17 was, one of the most important Jamaican recording studios of the early 1970s.

Errol Thompson worked there, but left Randy's Studio 17 to work with Joe Gibbs.

History

The Wailers approached producer Lee Perry in August 1970 to record an entire album, and the sessions of Soul Rebels took place at Randy's Studio 17 in Kingston, Jamaica until November.

The first song that The Wailers, Perry and The Upsetters recorded together, at Randy's Recording Studio in Kingston, was "My Cup," quickly followed by "Duppy Conqueror," "Small Axe" and "Soul Rebel".




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