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  1. American based singer Joya Landis recorded an early reggae version of Angel of the morning in 1968. The Jamaican single was on the Treasure Isle…

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  3. Barbara Jones had a steady stream of reggae singles in the '70s and broke out into stardom in the '80s with her pulsing cover of Randy…

  4. One-third of the I-Threes, reggae's most influential female vocal trio, Judy Mowatt helped to turn the last recordings of Bob Marley into enduring…

  5. Phyllis Dillon (1 January 1948 — 15 April 2004) was a Jamaican ska and reggae singer who recorded for Duke Reid's lucrative Treasure Isle record…

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

  7. Marcia Griffiths b.23 Nov 1949 in Kingston, Jamaica, is, thus far, the most successful female reggae artist in the world with songs like "Young,…

  8. Derrick Harriott produced one song for Sharon.

  9. David Isaacs (aka Bruce Bennett) is a Jamaican reggae singer who worked with Lee "Scratch" Perry in the late 1960s and early 1970s, and went on…

  10. It's sometimes easy to overlook Pat Kelly in the whole rock steady scene, as he tends to fall in the shadows of Alton Ellis, Slim Smith, and the…

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