Both an excellent vocalist and good bassist, Leroy Sibbles initially gained fame because the lead singer for the Heptones. The trio started at Caltone, after that became stars if they relocated to Studio room One in 1966. These were achieved at both rocksteady and reggae, and Sibbles’ wondrously soulful prospects and superb compositions had been augmented by his soft, hypnotic bass lines, that have been reproduced on many Heptones knockoffs and variations. Sadly, a once musically rewarding relationship soured, as well as the Heptones still left Studio room One under bitter situations in 1971. Afterward, Sibbles liked a successful single career, but maintained his bitterness toward Dodd and Studio room One. He continued to be using the Heptones a few even more years, and their 1973 LP, Party Period, was a global reggae favorite.