Errol Flabba Holt - Who Have Eyes To See / Dub / Gimmie Gimmie / Dub - Ohm Records 12" 45T

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Errol Flabba Holt - Who Have Eyes To See / Dub / Gimmie Gimmie / Dub - Ohm Records 12" 45T

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Errol Flabba Holt - Who Have Eyes To See / Dub / Gimmie Gimmie / Dub - Ohm Records 12" 45T

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1976 was a big year for Flabba Holt having just recorded his first full length album, "Rastafari Time" and beginning to work on his 2nd album, "Vision Of Africa". While writing and producing his own work he was also backing many other artists with their releases including the position as full time bass man for The Morwells. Between his two albums there were strings of recording sessions that led to some other historical tracks. These songs were the result of playing an astounding amount of music all day every day. "Who Have Eyes To See" and "Gimmie Gimmie" were two of the masterpieces that came straight from Flabba's soul. Having a massive amount of inspiration, a young Flabba Holt was ready to take on the world. With no fear and chanting from the heart, these recording sessions were the beginning of a new era of reggae and dub music. At the time the accompanying musicians were called the Arabs, The Cry Tuff All Stars, The Revolutionaries, and The Original Roots Radics. Session musicians went by many aliases depending on the studio and producer they were working with. These were most of the same musical geniuses' that backed Flabba for the "Rastafari Time" recordings in 1975 :  Noel "Sowell" Bailey, Dwight Pickney, Eric "Bingy Bunny" Lamont, Gladstone Anderson, Wyclef "Steelie" Johnson,  Lincoln "Style" Scott, Christopher "Sky Juice" Blake, and the mind blowing horns section of Vin Gordon, Nambo Robinson, Bobby Ellis, Richard "Dirty Harry" Hall, and Dean Frazer. Both songs were released as separate 7 inch singles with dub versions in 1976 originally, and now Ohm Records has issued both vocal tracks with dub versions on one record.