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The Upsetters were a young Jamaican quartet, originating in the 1960s

The band included guitarist Alva Lewis, organist Glen Adams and brothers Aston 'Family Man' Barrett and Carlton Barrett, on bass and drums respectively. The group also recorded as The Hippy Boys. From 1968 until 1972, they were Lee Perry's house band. In the autumn of 1969, they had a #5 UK hit single with the instrumental "Return of Django" — a typical example of reggae. The Upsetters played with Bob… leia mais

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  • Return of Django (the album, not the compilation) is too.
  • super ape is a master piece
  • ♥ !
  • Can I call Lee Perry a 'mad genius'? 'cause that's what he is. [3]
  • western reggae
  • Can I call Lee Perry a 'mad genius'? 'cause that's what he is. [2]
  • The guys were a fantastic rockin' unit able to make Perry's music come alive.
  • best session band ever. love it.

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