b. George Nooks, c.1958, Jamaica, West Indies. Primarily a DJ showing up on discomix strikes for Joe Gibbs Record World, in 1978 Nooks highlighted as Prince Mohammed for the remake of Dennis Dark brown’s ‘Cash IN MY OWN Pocket’. The b-side, ‘Great Runnings’, was co-written with George and Errol Thompson and demonstrated Nooks giving a fantastic efficiency. He also highlighted alongside Dark brown on ‘How MAY I Leave’, defined as George Knooks (sic), the name under which he also documented for Prince Tony Robinson on his strike ‘Light Up Your Spliff’. Nooks’ unique style was quickly gracing produces for other suppliers, including Alvin ‘GG’ Ranglin’s ‘Hallelujah I REALLY LIKE Her Therefore’. Nooks’ achievement led to classes with Bunny Riley, leading to ‘People ARE YOU CURRENTLY Ready’, that was remarkably much like Tapper Zukie’s chant-and-response strike ‘Oh Lord’, and Nooks consequently released his debut recording, including ‘Excess fat John Tom’, ‘Great Seems Ska’ and ‘Natty HEADING BACK To Africa’. The raising assault in Kingston affected Nooks, now documenting under his actual name, to record like a singer along with his interpretation of Small Roy’s ‘Tribal Battle’, as well as the follow-up solitary, Errol Dunkley’s ‘Darling Ooh’. Nooks continuing to focus on his performing career along with Donovan Germain released ‘We’re WITH THIS Love Collectively’, which crossed over in to the mainstream, nearly achieving the UK pop graph. Other releases consist of ‘Period For Like’, ‘My Center Is usually Gone’, ‘End up being Your Fan’, ‘Rocking Period’ and ‘Independence Blues’. Within the 90s Nooks continuing to release the casual tune, notably ‘No One Else Will Perform’, which when performed being a dub dish was recognised incorrectly as a Dennis Dark brown tune. Types of Nooks’ function surfaced for the Acid Jazz Information roots offshoot.