The Sagittarius Music group was the collective name of session music artists formed throughout the bass-playing skills of Derrick Barnett. He initial made an appearance playing bass in the 1982 Reggae Sunsplash Celebration, that was filmed for the tv broadcast. Accompanied by an all-star horn section offering Tommy McCook, Michael Hanson and Everod Gale, Barnett performed bass behind Marcia Griffiths, Sister Nancy, Eek A Mouse (who also made an appearance in the same calendar year with Lloyd Parks’ We THE INDIVIDUALS Music group) and Yellowman. Aswell as televising the function, Synergy, the business behind the annual Sunsplash Celebration, documented it for some live albums. Features from the series included recordings of Yellowman, Toots AS WELL AS THE Maytals, Big Youngsters, Chalice, the Twinkle Brothers and Eek A Mouse with Michigan And Smiley. The Yellowman record highlighted the playing abilities of the group, however the record credits the Sagittarius Music group as Derrick Barnett And Firm. The success support Yellowman led to the group associated the superstar on his Western european tour, where in fact the mixed playing abilities and dance routines from the music group became legendary. These were known as the successors towards the Root base Radics, although competition in the High Situations and Black Origins Band resulted in extreme rivalry. By 1983 Barnett was documenting with Mikey ‘Boo’ Richards, Franklin ‘Bubbler’ Waul and Willie Lindo, and support Ruddy Thomas and Desi Origins. Barnett also supported Susan Cadogan on her behalf duets with Ruddy Thomas. The classes had been documented for Roy ‘Hawkeye’ Forbes Allen who urged Barnett to go on a single career like a vocalist. In 1984 he protected ‘You Make It Happen’ beneath the pseudonym of Rikki Barnett. The solitary proved popular in the reggae graph and was quickly accompanied by the similarly successful ‘Numbers Can’t Calculate’. He taken care of his position as leader from the strap, and their status for professionalism led to further appearances in the Sunsplash Celebrations. This included them playing nonstop rhythms for DJs such as for example Charlie Chaplin, Brigadier Jerry, Josie Wales and Yellowman. From the fall months of 1984 the group stole the display at heat In De Place concert, headlined from the Mighty Sparrow. The group had been probably the most in-demand support music group in Jamaica however the arrival of the digital period resulted in much less call for program work.