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  2. The Federals is the name of more than one artist:

    1) jamaican reggae group
    2) 50's doo wop band
    3) indie rock

    1) The Federals were formed in…

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  4. Lynn Taitt (22 June 1934 – 20 January 2010) was a reggae guitarist born in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago, closely associated with Jamaican…

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  6. Reggae singer Lloyd Robinson recorded a number of songs for Studio One starting in 1963. He later went on to cut sides for many Jamaican…

  7. There are several bands called the Tartans

    1) A reggae/ska/rocksteady band: The Tartans were a rocksteady group who came together in 1967 in…

  8. Also known as Drumbago Band, Drumbago's All Stars, Drumbago's Orchestra, Arkland Parks, The Bagonairs.

    Appears on:

    Coconut Ska
    Fatty Fatty…

  9. Dobby’s career began while he was attending Central Branch School in Kingston, Jamaica. While at Kingston College he composed his first song "Cry…

  10. The singularly named Winston and George Dekker (born George Canic Agard a.k.a. Johnny Melody . Half-brother of Desmond Dekker. Member of The…

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  12. Oswald 'Baba' Brooks was an exceptionally talented trumpeter who also acted as musical arranger for Arthur "Duke" Reid's recordings throughout…

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  14. Owen & Leon Silvera were brothers who later renamed themselves The Black Brothers, a.k.a. Grey Brothers and who cut quite a few sides during the…

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  18. Jamaican harmony trio the Bleechers (Leo Graham, Wesley Martin, and a third singer known only as Sammy) formed around 1968, when the group…

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