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  3. His style can be as calming and relaxing as a Caribbean paradise, or it can inspire dread and paranoia with cavernous echoes and insect-like…

  4. Velvet Shadows are a dub/reggae artist who have released material on Horse and B B music labels.

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

  6. Fred Locks (b. Stafford Elliot, 1955, Kingston, Jamaica) is a roots reggae singer best known for his mid-1970s single "Black Star Liners" and the…

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  8. Born in Jamaica, but grew up in England. Signed by Front Line Records and debuted in 1976 with 'I Sus'.

  9. In the last half century the rapid development of Jamaican music has been subject to many different forces - social, political, cultural, and…

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  11. Headed up by Tony Tuff and Sugar Minott, the African Brothers formed in 1969 and recorded for Micron Music which was run by Mick Johnson and…

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  14. Cedric Im Brooks (Kingston, Jamaica, 1943 – New York, US, 3 May 2013) was a Jamaican saxophonist and flautist known for his solo recordings and as…

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  17. There are two bands by the name The Upsetters:

    1. "The Upsetters" is the name of the studio backing band of Jamaican Reggae producer Lee…

  18. (1) Roots Underground, whose album Tribesman Assault appeared first in 1977 (and was reissued in 2003 as both LP and CD), can easily be confused…

  19. Cornell, or Cornel, Campbell started recording in 1956, cutting shuffle and early ska tunes like "My Treasure" and "Don't Want Your Loving" at the…

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