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  1. A British roots reggae band, active in the 70s. Their style was soulful and melodic.

    Great Britain has produced several great roots bands -- Steel…

  2. 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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  4. Anbessa! Highly cultural and love his roots. A man who has a passion for music since he was a minor and will continue to share his thoughts…

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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…

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  8. Monyaka was a funk group based out of Los Angeles, California. The members included Beres Barnett (vocals, guitar), Errol Moore (guitar), John…

  9. Clint Eastwood & General Saint
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    Clint Eastwood & General Saint were a reggae…

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  11. Capital Letters were a reggae band out of Wolverhampton, England. A move to Shepherds Bush, Middlesex in 1977 set them in place to become one of…

  12. Henry James (1954 – 19 December 2015), better known as Peter Broggs, was a Jamaican reggae musician. He was a successful artist in Jamaica and…

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

  16. Dancehall music duo, born Brian Thompson and Patrick Morrison. Brian is originally from England but moved to Jamaica at age 3, while Patrick is from…

  17. An unlikely combination, but a reggae great unites with swaggering Mick Jagger to produce a soft-reggae classic with Walk and Don't Look Back.

  18. 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…

  19. Kiddus I himself is a mysterious figure. His song "Graduation in Zion" was featured on the soundtrack to the 1978 film Rockers, but little has been…

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