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Leonard Dillon

Reggae legend Leonard Dillon was created in Slot Antonio, Jamaica about Dec 9, 1942. After relocating to Kingston in 1963, he was befriended by Peter Tosh, who subsequently introduced him towards the famous maker Coxsone Dodd; with Tosh and his fellow Wailers performing harmony, Dodd slice four of Dillon’s tunes …

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The Ethiopians

Essentially a mouthpiece for singer and songwriter Leonard Dillon, the Ethiopians were among Jamaica’s most influential vocal groups throughout their heyday. Not merely do the duo (finished by Stephen Taylor) spearhead the changeover between ska and rocksteady, Dillon’s greatly Rastafarian lyrics also paved just how for the socially mindful roots …

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