In the ’70s Cornell left Studio One and started an immensely profitable alliance with Bunny Lee. Hit after hit soon followed, and such was the dominance of the pair that Cornell was sooned nicknamed the Gorgon.
Towards the end of the ’80s and in the ’90s Cornell was less prolific, but still carried on producing singles, such as “Hell In A Yard” for King Tubby’s Firehouse label (with the Jays). Towards the end of the 80s he took a few years off to concentrate on his family’s farm, though he recorded sporadically.
Today, after 50 years in music, he still finds time to get into the studio and play the occasional gig. Recent tunes include the haunting “King In My Empire” with german dubmeisters Rhythm & Sound and a couple of tracks with Dub Syndicate.
For a longer biography, see http://www.reggae-vibes.com/concert/ccampbell/ccampbell.htm
Edited by Varese on 15 May 2007, 22:47
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