b. 29 Dec 1948, Kingston, Jamaica, Western Indies, d. 14 November 2004, Jamaica, Western Indies. Errol ‘ET’ Thompson was among Jamaica’s most important documenting engineers, dealing with lots of the nation’s leading reggae performers from the past due 60s before middle-80s. In 1968 Thompson offered a brief apprenticeship at Studio room One, dealing with Maximum Romeo on his worldwide hit ‘Damp Dream’. Then began doing work for Joel Gibson (later on Joe Gibbs), pursuing in the footsteps of Lee Perry, who experienced ventured into his personal Black Ark Documenting Studio room. Thompson was functioning alongside Winston ‘Niney’ Holness at Randy’s Studio room in North Parade being a documenting engineer. With Gibbs because the manufacturer and Thompson because the engineer, that they had a operate of hits through the entire 70s. Early within the 10 years they produced well-known singles by Peter Tosh (‘Maga Pet’), Dennis Dark brown (‘Money IN MY OWN Pocket’), Big Youngsters (‘Foreman Vs Frazier’) and Delroy Wilson (‘Pretty Young lady’). The first hits were documented within a two-track studio room behind Gibbs’ record store, however the duo’s achievement resulted in the relocation to North Parade, referred to as Joe Gibbs Record World (the website was found in the film Rockers). At the brand new studio room the duo became referred to as the Mighty Two and Thompson’s even more prominent function as manufacturer for Joe Gibbs productions was recognized by the forming of the Errol T and Belmont brands. With the middle-70s, many performers had had strikes made by the Mighty Two, including Lifestyle (‘Two Sevens Clash’), Bobby Melody (‘Jah Bring I Pleasure’), Trinity (‘Three Piece Fit’), Ruddy Thomas (‘Loving Pauper’), Prince Significantly I (‘Large Manners’), Big Youngsters (‘Equal Rights Design’) and Dennis Dark brown (‘Money IN MY OWN Pocket’). Dark brown’s remake of his previous hit entered the united kingdom Best 20 in 1979, but was preceded in 1977 by the quantity 1 one ‘Up Town Best Rating’ by Althea And Donna, which experienced ‘Calico Match’ credited towards the Mighty Two around the b-side. Gibbs and Thompson continuing to dominate the reggae graphs with several Dennis Dark brown albums and some dub produces, notably the African Dub series. In the past due 70s/early 80s the duo caused Eek A Mouse (‘Virgin Lady’) and Yellowman (‘Which One A Dem A Put on De Band’). Gibbs remaining for Miami, Florida in the first 80s and in 1983 there have been rumours that Thompson have been attacked and passed away in Kingston. He was still alive but decreased to employed in a supermarket due to a continuing legal dispute. Thompson reunited with Gibbs in the first 90s and produced a low-key go back to creation work, overseeing produces by veteran performers and new skill. Thompson passed away in November 2004 carrying out a group of strokes.