Back the mid-70s, Vincent ‘Vinnie’ Taylor (b. c.1960, St. Anns, Jamaica, Western world Indies) was a Rasta youngsters seeking an electric outlet for his performing talents. That electric outlet found its way to 1976 when Taylor produced Vinnie Taylor AS WELL AS THE Revealers, a root base vocal trio modelled such as local heroes Burning up Spear. The Revealers visited Spear’s producer, Jack port Ruby, who documented their one ‘Hard Situations’. When it flopped, Taylor came back to grass root base, changing the group’s name to Globe Messengers and performing as a route for disappointed Ocho Rios youngsters talent. Among those that passed through Globe Messengers had been Donovan Francis, afterwards to indication to Island Information as a single vocalist, and Errol Douglas, who afterwards appeared in Base. In 1988 Ruby found on the planet Messengers, now composed of Vinnie Taylor, his sibling Milton, and Bedster Henry, plus they documented Ivory Towers, that was critically well received but commercially unsuccessful. Persistence didn’t pay back for Taylor: additional recordings had been stymied when Ruby passed away of a coronary attack in the springtime of 1989, and Globe Messengers’ current actions are unfamiliar. They remain another unlucky reggae work.