b. Eric Clarke, c.1960, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Clarke, popularly referred to as ‘Seafood’, implemented in the footsteps of his sibling Johnny Clarke in to the Jamaican music business. While Johnny set up himself as a favorite vocalist, Eric discovered his vocation playing drums. In 1978 he toured the united kingdom with the past due Prince Significantly I within his backing music group the Arabs. The line-up of the group included Errol Holt on bass, Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith on lead acoustic guitar and Winston ‘Bo Peep’ Bowen on keyboards. He added his percussion abilities on several tracks on leading Line launch Message From A Ruler, notably ‘Foggy Street’ as well as the name track. Within the UK he also performed drums around the first of some dub albums using the DJ. When he came back to Jamaica he was changed by Lincoln ‘Design Scott’ in the Arabs – he later on joined the Origins Radics alongside Errol Holt, Bingi Bunny and Sowell Radics. Clarke experienced, for the time being, created an allegiance with Maurice ‘Blacka’ Wellington, having performed using the Origins Radics, and satisfied his ambition like a soloist for the solitary ‘Good Inna Jamaica’, which he emulated his sibling’s vocal phrasing.