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  5. Bobby Ellis (2 July 1932 ─ 18 October 2016) was a Jamaican trumpet player. He worked with many reggae artists including Peter Tosh, Burning Spear…

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  8. Lynn Taitt (June 22, 1934 – January 20, 2010) was a reggae guitarist born in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago, closely associated with Jamaican…

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  10. Dermott Lynch is a Jamaican singer from the rocksteady area in the sixties. He recorded for the Trojan label, several of his songs are included…

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  12. The Federals is the name of more than one artist:

    1) jamaican reggae group
    2) 50's doo wop band
    3) indie rock

    1) The Federals were formed in…

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  14. The late Nearlin 'Lynn' Taitt was born in San Fernando, Trinidad & Tobago in 1934, and was a guitarist closely associated with Jamaican rocksteady…

  15. Gladstone Anderson (born 18 June 1934), also known by his nickname "Gladdy", is a Jamaican pianist,
    keyboard player, and singer.

    Anderson has…

  16. Stranger Cole was born Wilburn Theodore Cole in 1945 in Kingston, Jamaica, receiving the nickname "Stranger" because he resembled no one else in…

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  18. The singularly named Winston and George Dekker (born George Canic Agard a.k.a. Johnny Melody . Half-brother of Desmond Dekker. Member of The…

  19. Reggae singer Lloyd Robinson recorded a number of songs for Studio One starting in 1963. He later went on to cut sides for many Jamaican…

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