This reggae bassist is in fact George Mitchell II and named his son George Mitchell III, a contribution towards the genealogy of 1 common name that discographers if nobody else might appreciate, considering just how many performers named George Mitchell there are actually. The one determining himself as the next came along in fact afterwards than that in the group of performers with documenting credits under this name. He continues to be documenting but more regularly executing live with reggae rings in the parts of Pa, Ohio, Indiana, and Western world Virginia because the early ’90s. Bassist Mitchell, who also sings and has generated vocal arrangements, in addition has used the stage name of Delly Rates, significantly less common than George Mitchell and apt to develop confusion since that is also the stage name of Delroy Foster, a Jamaican performer, normally in the same genre, whose edges include the relatively immediate “Gimme the Weed.” Mitchell started executing in his cathedral band, then installed in the middle-’90s using a combo known as CFI Massive. Following affiliations include Blessed Jamericans and (in 1999) the quartet Ras Prophet.