Amid the many bands that produced the ’70s such a golden age for reggae, using the blossoming of both root base and dub styles, the Band Craft Posse stand tall, alongside other such luminous bands as the Aggrovators, the Revolutionaries, the Upsetters, as well as the Root base Radics. The music group supported Rodguel “Blackbeard” Sinclair for an extended and illustrious stretch out of your time, from approximately the first ’70s before middle-’80s, and documented an abundance of paths at his Mr . Tipsy studio room. Specifically, the Moll-Selekta label provides eventually remastered and released quite a range of exceptional music offering the Ring Build Posse and Blackbeard, including such choices as Don’t QUIT Your Lifestyle (2003) and St. Catherine in Dub 1972-1984 (2004). You can find, obviously, myriad various other recordings offering the Posse, though it’s a significant hunt occasionally to locate particular recordings — as well as discover them to begin with, for example. Definitely a music group to consider if you are into ’70s roots-dub reggae, the Band Art Posse are made up of drummers Sly Dunbar and Mickey “Bo” Richards, bassists Robbie Shakespeare and Lloyd Parks, key pad/body organ/pianists Winston Wright, Ansel Collins, Herbert Herbie Harris, and Robbie Lyn, guitarists Willie Lindo, Winston Bope Browne, and Dwight Pinkney, and a horn section including Bobby Ellis, Roland Robinson, Dean Fraser, and David Madden.