b. Dudley Swaby, 7 August 1953, Alston, Clarendon, Jamaica, Western Indies. In his formative years Swaby and his family members relocated to Kingston where he finished his education at St. Martin’s College. The institution was located behind Coxsone Dodd’s documenting studios in Brentford Street and Manzie experienced the Wailers, Alton Ellis, and Ken Boothe because they rehearsed in the trunk yard. He stated that these performers aroused his musical dreams and later on prompted him to stop his government work and pursue a profession as an archive producer. His preliminary strike, Rupert Reid’s ‘Observe The Dread Deh’, was documented at Randys. The track provided the building blocks to two early Jah Woosh produces, ‘Totally free Up Mi Ganja’ and ‘She Tek A Arranged’. The second option became a Jamaican strike, although Manzie loved international achievement with Junior Byles. Their interact surfaced through the Dark Wax Team, notably on 1975’s ‘Chant Down Babylon’ in conjunction with Rupert Reid. This is accompanied by ‘Pitchy Patchy’, in 1976. Additional songs out of this period consist of ‘Remember Me’ and ‘Find out Where You’re Heading’. In the middle-70s Manzie released his Ja Guy label, documenting Leroy Wise (‘Baby I REALLY LIKE You’), Bim Sherman (‘Mighty Ruler’), Errol Holt, (‘Shark Out Deh’), U. Dark brown (‘So Lengthy’), Clint Eastwood (‘Growth Growth’) and Brigadier Jerry (‘Crazy Goose Competition’). Several sessions had been co-productions with Leroy ‘Bunny’ Hollett. By 1978 Hollett and Manzie experienced made a decision to pursue specific careers, Hollett created the Field Marshall label while Manzie shaped the Manzies label. He documented performers including Fishing rod Taylor and General Echo (incidentally the DJ distributed a discharge with Manzie’s protégé Rupert Reid, ‘Sex Educational Course’/‘Africa WILL BE Free of charge’, in 1979). In 1980, Manzie released Echo’s edition of, ‘Increase Increase’ alongside the uncommon compilation Rocking And Swinging. Manzie taken care of an illustrious profession in Jamaica until 1982 when politics turmoil led to his relocation to NY, USA where he create his own yellowish cab business. In 1998, the Bloodstream & Fireplace label recognized Manzie’s contribution to Jamaican music using the release of the Junior Byles compilation, 129 Defeat Street Ja-Man Particular 75-78 (a mention of the address of his documenting studio at that time), that also lent its name towards the b-side of ‘Pitchy Patchy’ in 1976.