Sax participant Dean Fraser continues to be tearing up horn areas on innumerable reggae singles, dealing with a few of Jamaica’s legends, including Bob Marley as well as the Wailers, since 1978. He’s considered among Jamaica’s finest brass players and is rolling out an international pursuing for his sultry jazz-toned reggae music. He was created Dean Ivanhoe Fraser in Kingston and started playing the clarinet in the Country wide Volunteers’ Youth Corporation community golf club at age group 12. At age group 15, his instructor, Babe O’Brian, trained him the saxophone. Fraser shaped his first music group, the Sonny Bradshaw 7, around 1978. It had been rising reggae celebrity Jacob Miller who helped Fraser recognition. At that time, Miller would sometimes jam with Fraser and music group while these were performing in the Sheraton. He got a liking to Fraser’s music “Consider Five,” therefore got the youthful sax player towards the studio room. Fraser had documented an earlier solitary, “Blue Moon.” Sadly, a labeling mistake over the “Consider Five” single called the talented brand-new musician Jah Devon rather than Dean Fraser. That issue was rectified on all his following function. In the middle ’90s, he released Dean Has Bob and Dean Has Bob, Quantity II being a tribute towards the music of his long-time idol Bob Marley.