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  3. AKA-Bagga Walker or Bagga Judah.A multi-instrumentalist; in collaboration with many well known and respected reggae/ dub / ska bands and artists…

  4. Glen DaCosta worked with Bob Marley long before he became a superstar, beginning back in early 1972 at Lee Scratch Perrys Blackheart Studio in…

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  7. Devon Irons aka Devon Russell's birthplace and date are as much a mystery as the gaping holes in his recording career. The sweet swinging reggae…

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  11. Leo Graham began his recording career as a member of the Jamaican harmony trio the Bleechers (with Wesley Martin and a third singer known only…

  12. 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…

  13. Bunny & Ricky was a Reggae duo consisting of "Bunny Rugs" Clark and Ricky Grant. They recorded at least two singles - "Freedom Fighter"and…

  14. Jah Woosh (born Neville Beckford, 1952, Kingston, Jamaica; died 20 February 2011) was a reggae deejay and record producer, primarily known for his…

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

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  18. Mike Brooks aka Mikey Brooks, Prince Michael (born Edmund Brooks, 1953, Westmoreland, Jamaica) is a reggae singer whose career stretches back to…

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