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  2. Trevor Hartley hails from Morant Bay in Jamaica's St. Thomas parish. As a youth, he dreamed of being a singer and was encouraged by people who…

  3. Formerly called The Regulars, check out the albums released under this name.

    http://www.roots-archives.com/artist/157

    REGGAE REGULAR WAS FORMED…

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  6. Pablo Gad is well considered one of the Uk's most outspoken and miliant vocalists of the cultural roots in reggae music. He both sang, deejayed…

  7. There are multiple artists/groups with the name Misty:

    1. A J-Rock band from Anjo, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
    2. A female singer-songwriter from…

  8. 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…

  9. From WikiPedia: (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lloyd_Parks)
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  10. 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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  12. Vin Gordon aka Trommie, Don D. Junior or Don Drummond Jr, born Aug. 4, 1949, is a Jamaican trombone player. Gordon grew up in Jones Town, Kingston…

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

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  15. Devon Russell (died 18 June 1997) aka Devon Irons, was a Jamaican rocksteady and reggae singer and record producer who recorded between the…

  16. Jamaican natives, the Cimarons migrated to Britain in 1967 with a lineup consisting of Franklyn Dunn (bass), Carl Levy (keyboards), Locksley Gichie…

  17. The Chantells was a Jamaican reggae group from the latter half of the 1970s.

    Samuel Bramwell, Tommy Thomas and Lloyd Forrester started to record…

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  19. Huford Brown aka U Brown is a reggae DJ born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1956. He discovered Jamaican music by visiting local bars near the Treasure…

  20. One of the true foundation members of reggae music. Best known as a producer and as the composer of "Armagideon Time" an international hit…

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