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Larry Marshall


Despite as an energetic, convincing, and incredibly soulful vocalist, Larry Marshall isn’t popular except one of the reggae faithful. He’s both an excellent passionate balladeer and superb message and origins vocalist. Marshall’s solitary “Nanny Goat” was among the first transitional music signaling the music’s development from rocksteady to reggae. He cut his first solitary at Studio room One in the middle-’60s; it had been later on remade by Clancy Eccles. Later on came classes for the Prince Buster and Best Deck labels, a return to Studio room One, where he achieved stardom. He ultimately became an engineer in addition to vocalist in the label. He offers since documented for various businesses, included in this Heartbeat and King’s Music.

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Full Name Larry Marshall
Died August 24, 2017, Miami, Florida, United States
Profession Singer-songwriter, Music Arranger
Education Doctor of Philosophy
Nationality American
Music Songs Nanny Goat, Throw Me Corn, I've Got to Make It, I Admire You, Heavy Heavy Load, Run Babylon, Can't You Understand, No One to Give Me Love, How Can I Go On, You Don't Care, Mean Girl, My Foreparent, It Makes Me Feel, Money Girl, Jah Fire, Keep on Pushing, Oh Jah, Thelma, Better Must Come, Captivity, Wooden Heart, Is Whey Deh Money Deh, You Lied, Son Son, No Money, No Love, Please Stop Your Crying, She Is My Woman, Get You Off My Mind, Wonderful World, Di Ko Mapigil, You Lie Version, Minnie the Moocher
Albums I Admire You in Dub, Ikaw Ang Dahilan (KKPP Katawang Kano Pusong Pinoy), I Admire You, Presenting Larry Marshall
Nominations Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical, The Robert Prosky Award for Outstanding Lead Actor, Resident Play
Movies Keep the Faith, Baby, Waking the Dead, The Cotton Club, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Panic in Needle Park

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1 He was nominated for a 2014 Joseph Jefferson Equity Award for Principal Actor in a Play for "Pullman Porter Blues" at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.
2 Was nominated for Broadway's 1977 Tony Award as Best Actor (Featured Role - Musical) for a revival of "Porgy and Bess."



Soul Food 2000-2002 TV Series Jeremiah Joseph
Keep the Faith, Baby 2002 TV Movie Adam Clayton Powell, Sr.
Strangers with Candy 2000 TV Series Jazzy
Waking the Dead 2000 Angelo Bertelli
Third Watch 1999 TV Series Evan Hazlit
She-Devil 1989 Guggenheim Party Guest
The Cotton Club 1984 Cab Calloway
Roadie 1980 Second Roadie
Jesus Christ Superstar 1973 Simon Zealotes (as Larry T. Marshall)
The View from Daniel Pike 1971 TV Series Murdoch
The Panic in Needle Park 1971 Mickey
Dr. Finlay's Casebook 1969-1971 TV Series Shopkeeper / Bailie McFadden / Mr. Gallagher / ...
The Wednesday Play 1970 TV Series O'Neill
The Borderers 1969 TV Series Stewart Scott
The Revenue Men 1967 TV Series Walker
This Man Craig 1966-1967 TV Series Det. Sgt. Garvin / Fergie
Crossroads 1964 TV Series Mr. Martin

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Hey Moe, Hey Dad! 2015 TV Series documentary singer - 9 episodes



The Cotton Club 1984 performer: "Minnie The Moocher"
Jesus Christ Superstar 1973 performer: "Simon Zealotes" - as Larry T. Marshall



Shapes of Rhythm: The Music of Galt MacDermot Documentary post-production Himself - Interviewee: Singer
Superstars 2015 Video documentary Himself
The Passion: Films, Faith & Fury 2006 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Good Old Days 1968 TV Series Himself - Performer

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