Lloyd Robinson is a Reggae singer that recorded a number of songs for Studio One, one of Jamaica’s most renowned record labels and recording studios sometimes described as “the Motown of Jamaica”, starting in 1963. Robinson was a member of the late ’60s rock-steady group the Tartans with Cedric Myton (who would later start the Congos), sang duets with Glen Brown and was half of the duo Lloyd and Devon, which had a hit for Derrick Morgan’s Hop label, “Red Bum Ball.”
Edited by Martin_Ostar on 17 Jan 2009, 13:29
~ Joslyn Layne, All Music Guide and wikipedia
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