The Coyabalites have among the strongest lineups in the annals of Jamaica’s music. There were hardly any ska or reggae albums minus the instrumental efforts of the music group members. At Jamaican performers who’ve been accompanied on the recordings by users from the Coyabalites are Bob Marley AS WELL AS THE Wailers, Jimmy Cliff, Toots AS WELL AS THE Maytals, The Mighty Gemstone, Bunny Wailer, Dennis Dark brown, Judy Mowatt, The Meditations, Tradition, Ziggy Marley AS WELL AS THE Melody manufacturers, Rita Marley, Alpha Blondy, Lee “Scrape” Perry, The Wailing Souls, Yellowman and U Roy . Performing frequently in Jamaican resorts, between recording classes, The Coyabalites develop a light, airy, jazzy, design of ska that’s higher than the amount of its specific parts. Former users from the Wailers’ horn section-Vin Gordon (trombone) and Glen Da Costa (saxophone) — supply the front-line for The Coyabalites, as the nice tenor shades of Justin Hinds, among Jamaica’s most illustrious performers, supplies the band’s vocal power. The Coyabalites, who also feature Dean Fraser (saxophone), Ernest Ranglin (acoustic guitar), David Madden (trumpet) and Harold Butler (keyboards), released their debut recording, “Unhinged”, in 1997. Furthermore to original tunes by Da Costa and Gordon (“Even more Scorcher”) and Hinds (“Coyaba Ska/Carry Proceed BUYING”), the recording included ska-renditions from the Millie Small-popularized tune, “My Boy Lollipop” as well as the theme track of “Bonanza”. Coyaba Ska was released in springtime 2001.