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  1. A brilliant and criminally unsung roots reggae singer with a high, clear tenor voice similar to Horace Andy's, Wayne Jarrett recorded his key tracks…

  2. Love Joys consisted of cousins Sonia Abel (AKA Marla of the Natti Love Joys) and Claudette Brown, originally from Brixton, England. This women's…

  3. Bullwackies All Stars was the house band for the Wackies record label. This label was actually based out of Brooklyn, NY, even though it produced…

  4. Jah Thomas was an important figure on the Jamaican music scene during both the roots era of the '70s and the subsequent dancehall decade of…

  5. Sugar Minott (born Lincoln Barrington Minott, May 25, 1956 in Kingston, died Saturday July 10, 2010 in Kingston) was a Jamaican reggae singer,…

  6. Keith Hudson aka the "Dark Prince of Reggae" (1946 in Kingston, Jamaica - 1984 in New York, USA), was a Jamaican reggae artist and record…

  7. Horace Andy is a legendary roots reggae singer, notable for such tracks as Government Land, You Are My Angel and Skylarking.

    Born Horace Hinds…

  8. Engineer Douglas Levy (Prince Douglas) was part of the original Wackies set up from 1974-75, alongside Lloyd Barnes and Jah Upton. For a while he…

  9. Sylford Walker was a roots reggae artist that recorded songs with Glen Brown in the 70's. His songs saw their first album issue in 1989. Sadly…

  10. Borrowing his stage name from the popular TV Western hero of the same name, the Lone Ranger was one of Jamaica's most influential early…

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