b. 7 March 1952. A maker whose participation in 80s and 90s reggae music offers helped to define and popularize the format, Germain were only available in the business enterprise with an archive shop in NY, and he started producing his personal function in 1972. From the outset his design was seen as a its dignified, musical strategy and Germain quickly demonstrated that he will make enthusiasts rock and roll as adeptly as “origins” information – his “Mr Manager Guy” with Cultural Origins was an enormous underground strike in 1980. He produced the UK nationwide Best 20 in 1986 with Audrey Hall’s “One Dance Won’t Perform”. Strangely plenty of, the track was a remedy edition to Beres Hammond’s “What One Dance CAN PERFORM”, that was not a strike beyond the reggae sphere. He previously many more strikes through the entire 80s, including Hall’s follow-up solitary “Smile”. Nevertheless, everything came collectively towards the finish from the 10 years when he opened up his personal Penthouse Studio room on Slipe Street in Kingston in 1987. The product quality and feel from the studio room ensured that it had been in continuous demand for outside periods and many traditional recordings were documented on the premises beneath the auspices of Germain and Dave “Rude Boy” Kelly. It retains its placement among the best Kingston studios, no indicate feat within the frantic competition that abounds in this specific field. Penthouse’s clean, advanced sound and creation work have made certain the popularity from the music using a very much wider market. Germain is really a humble man who often prefers to allow his music perform the talking. An enthusiastic pupil of reggae, his participation is definitely imbued with a feeling of, and sympathy for, the music’s background and traditions. Today recognized as among the top reggae manufacturers, he has demonstrated himself often over and you can find few who begrudge him the accolade. The discography lists only a small collection of the man’s prolific result. All the produces demonstrate the clean, sharp sound that has been a byword for Penthouse productions, and Germain’s capability to draw the very best from both vocalists and DJs.