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  1. Desmond Dekker (born in Kingston, Jamaica on 16 July 1941 - deceased 25 May 2006), was a Jamaican ska and reggae singer and songwriter. Together…

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  3. Bob & Marcia are respectively Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths, both successful in their own right both in Jamaica and the UK.

  4. Harry J Allstars (aka Harry J All Stars, Harry J. All Stars and The Jay Boys), is the best known name of a reggae band, led by record producer…

  5. Bruce Ruffin is a reggae singer and songwriter famous for his gentle, sweet voice. Ruffin was born Bernardo Constantine Balderamus in February…

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  7. Desmond Dekker (born Desmond Adolphus Dacres in Kingston, Jamaica on July 16, 1941, died May 25 2006) was a ska and reggae singer and songwriter.…

  8. Tony Tribe, a Jamaican Rocksteady singer, recorded a reggae-influenced version of "Red Red Wine" in 1969 which reached number forty-six in the UK…

  9. The Ethiopians are a reggae, rocksteady, and ska vocalgroup, founded by Leonard Dillon, Stephen Taylor and Aston Morris, that started recording…

  10. Dave & Ansell Collins (sometimes billed as Dave and Ansil Collins or Dave & Ansel Collins).

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  11. Nicky Thomas (born Cecil Nicholas Thomas, 30 May 1949, Portland, Jamaica, died 1990) was a reggae singer who enjoyed considerable chart success in…

  12. The Pioneers are a Jamaican reggae vocal trio, whose main period of success was in the 1960s. The trio has had different line-ups, and still…

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  14. Rupie Edwards (born Rupert Lloyd Edwards on 4 July 1945 in St. Ann Parish) is a Jamaican reggae singer and record producer.

    Rupie Edwards moved…

  15. The duo Texas Dixon (b. 1948, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies) and Keith Rowe (b. 22 October 1950, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies) recorded for…

  16. Lord Creator (born Kentrick Patrick around 1940, in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago) is a ska artist. He started as a calypso singer under the…

  17. Jamaican Toots and the Maytals was until 1971 a vocal group called simply The Maytals. They are one of the best known and highest professionally…

  18. Susan Cadogan (born 2 November 1951 in Kingstown), actual name Anne Cadodan, is a Jamaican Reggae-singer. The trained librarian was discovered in…

  19. Lloyd Campbell and Phillip James. Began recording in the late 50's.The Blues Busters and Byron Lee and The Dragonaires represented Jamaican music…

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