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  2. Derrick & Patsy were Jamaica's first boy-girl vocal duo, and across the early '60s they cut a stream of hit singles that were equally…

  3. Legendary singer Dobby Dobson, born Highland Ralph Dobson, began singing in the early 1950s. Though his career started in his native home, Jamaica…

  4. Justin Hinds (May 7, 1942 - March 16, 2005) is best known as a Jamaican ska vocalist, with his backing singers the Dominoes. He is best known for…

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  7. The Maytones formed in the late 1960s, and comprised Vernon Buckley and Gladstone Grant, both of whom lived in May Pen in Clarendon, which…

  8. Named after the address of the Studio One recording studio and label at 13 Brentford Road, Kingston 5, Jamaica W.I.

  9. Ernest Wilson (born Fitzroy Wilson, Clarendon Parish, Jamaica) is a reggae singer who found fame as a member of The Clarendonians before working…

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  11. The Cables are a Jamaican rocksteady/reggae vocal trio led by Keble Drummond, who recorded for Studio One in the late 1960s.

  12. The Folkes Brothers were a Jamaican mento group, composed of John, Mico, and Junior Folkes. Their 1960 single "Oh Carolina" was the first hit song…

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  14. Winston “Flames” Jarrett, one of reggae music’s true pioneers, has witnessed Jamaica’s music transform from the ska explosion of the early 60’s…

  15. Two ska legends that only recorded together twice. See their individual profiles for more about the individual artists.

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  17. Eric "Monty" Morris is a ska singer, considered to be one of the foundation artists of original ska.

  18. The Tamlins were a reggae and dub vocal group in 1970's Jamaica. Composed of Carlton Smith, Junior Moore, and Derrick Lara, The Tamlins are among…

  19. Devon Russell (died 18 June 1997) aka Devon Irons, was a Jamaican rocksteady and reggae singer and record producer who recorded between the…

  20. Vin Gordon aka Trommie, Don D. Junior or Don Drummond Jr, born Aug. 4, 1949, is a Jamaican trombone player. Gordon grew up in Jones Town, Kingston…

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