Sweet-voiced vocalist and composer Don Carlos (blessed: Euvin Spencer) has already established his ideal success singing with Dark Uhuru, the reggae trio he shaped in 1974 with two close friends — Rudolph Dennis and Derrick “Duckie” Simpson — in the “Waterhouse” district in Kingston. Carlos documented only one one using the group, departing to pursue a single career also to perform using a music group, Don Carlos and Silver. Sixteen years afterwards he came back and became a member of with Dennis and Simpson to resurrect the initial trio. Their initial album together, Today, released in 1990, helped Dark Uhuru to capture the reputation they appreciated in the 1970s and ’80s, though Carlos’ participation using the trio was short. Shortly after assisting Dennis and Simpson to record another trio record, Iron Surprise, Carlos resumed his single profession. While he’s documented some amazing albums, including his 1997 single outing, 7 days per week, Carlos has however to complement the success he previously with Dark Uhuru.
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|Half Way to Hell||1961||El Chato|
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|The Rebel||1960||TV Series||Torres|
|Casey Jones||1957||TV Series||Geronimo|
|The Shadow on the Window||1957||Felipe (uncredited)|
|A Lawless Street||1955||Juan Tobrez (uncredited)|
|Apache Ambush||1955||Brigand (uncredited)|
|Wyoming Renegades||1955||Bob Meeks|
|Panther Girl of the Kongo||1955||Samba (uncredited)|
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