b. 14 March 1957, Hammersmith, London, Britain. In his youngsters Brown examined for an apprenticeship in technicians but was preoccupied along with his like of music. He connected up with a number of reggae performers in London, including Ijahman Levi, who allowed him to sit down in on documenting sessions on the Isle Records Basing Road Studios. An opportunity meeting on the studio room with Stephen ‘Kitty’ Coore of UNDER-DEVELOPED influenced Dark brown to strive towards a documenting profession. In 1975 he documented his debut with Dennis Harris; the solo was not successful, although Dark brown was undeterred and started dealing with Sam Jones of Brimstone. The relationship was short-lived and Dark brown pursued a far more unbiased path. Through the entire latter half from the 70s he documented with a number of makers, including Alton Ellis for ‘Rosemary’ and ‘Girly Arrive On’, while John Francis created the rootsy ‘Jah Discover Babylon Guilty’. By the first 80s Brown got carved a distinct segment with origins devotees, leading to the reggae chart-toppers ‘Jah Discover Babylon Guilty’, ‘Warrior’ and ‘Take flight Me Away’ for the mighty Jah Shaka. Many strikes followed for a variety of makers, including the similarly well-known ‘Rockers’ for Solid Groove, ‘Reggae Melody’ for Origins Music, ‘Display The Youngsters The Method’ for Kingdom and ‘My Devotion’, released as an a-side for CSA while showing up within the b-side from the Solid Groove launch. Reunited with Brimstone, Dark brown documented ‘Knock Knock Knock’ and taken care of a higher profile with Oak Sound for the dancehall strike ‘Time GETS Hot’.