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Bunny Wailer

Mark Sinker, New Musical Express, 8 October 1988

"Bunny had fashioned a guitar out of a large sardine can with a bamboo stalk and electric wires. Another friend, Peter MacIntosh, obtained a real wood-and-guts guitar and joined Marley and Wailer in their daily harmonising. Tosh usuallly crooned the baritone parts, Bob the tenor, and Bunny sang the high parts."
(from Reggae and Latin Pop by Billy Berg)

Total word count of piece: 909


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