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Steven “Cat” Coore

b. 6 Apr 1950, Kingston, Jamaica, Western Indies. Coore’s dad was Jamaica’s Minister of Financing under Michael Manley’s authorities so when his career advanced he assumed the part of deputy Primary Minister. Coore Jnr.’s mom played the cello within the Jamaican Youngsters Orchestra and in addition taught music, which resulted …

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Coleridge Goode

b. Coleridge George Emerson Goode, 29 November 1914, St. Andrew, Jamaica, Western Indies. While their studies at Glasgow University or college, Goode started playing violin, later on switching to bass. He 1st played expertly in 1942 and was quickly working in night clubs, on radio and information with noted Western …

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Joe Higgs

One would end up being hard-pressed to discover a more significant and unheralded body in reggae than Joe Higgs. Despite a profession of over 30 years, the reference to his name generally is normally greeted with replies like: “who?” or “under no circumstances heard about him.” Even though he may …

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Dobby Dobson

Among Jamaica’s most beloved performers, Dobby Dobson has already established a long-running profession, but his name continues to be permanently twinned with 1967’s self-penned “I’m a Loving Pauper.” Created in Kingston in 1945, Dobson moved into the music market via the island’s well-known talent display circuit. In 1960, he combined …

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