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Leo Graham

Leo Graham began his saving career as an associate from the Jamaican tranquility trio the Bleechers (with Wesley Martin and another singer known only as Sammy) around 1968, when the group reportedly did some studio room work for maker J.J. Johnson. The Bleechers are greatest kept in mind, though, for …

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SOJA

SOJA are an eight-piece reggae group hailing from Arlington, Virginia. Created in 1997 by high-school close friends and music artists who frequently gigged around the region, the Soldiers produced their documented debut in 2000 using the SOJA EP. Their debut recording, Peace in a period of War, adopted in 2002 …

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Junior Ross

b. Clifford Palmer, 7 Sept 1953, Kingston, Jamaica, Western world Indies. Palmer started performing in the 70s for the DJ/manufacturer Tappa Zukie, who created, ‘Babylon Fall’. He continued to be with Zukie launching some hits in the DJ’s indie Stars label. Many of the recordings had been acknowledged to Junior …

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Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad

In a few ways, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad will be the live dub version from the Grateful Dead, blending traditional American folk and country with Jamaican reggae and dub rhythms, with a lot of improvisational jams and interludes, all while looking and sometimes sounding such as a bluegrass band. …

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Vavamuffin

A Polish reggae group that went from underground to everywhere using their album Inadibusu, the nine-piece Vavamuffin were formed in 2003 by lead vocalist Pablopavo. Their debut recording, Vabang!, got in 2005 using the dub remix LP Dubang! pursuing in 2006, after that in 2007 their recording Inadibusu climbed in …

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Joseph Fennel

Joseph Montgomery Fennel was created in Tulsa, Okay, the start of his improbable trip to learning to be a Jamaican origins rocker. Fennel was raised hearing reggae music and even while a kid he dropped early beneath the spell of traditional performers like Bob Marley and Burning up Spear. By …

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Kevin Kinsella

Kevin Kinsella uncovered the music of Bob Marley during his childhood, motivating him to create reggae music group Tribulations while going to college in Boston in the past due ’80s. After liberating a 45 rpm solitary and two cassettes, the group’s full-length debut, The Gate, found its way to 1992, …

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Raiz

Blessed in Naples on Apr 22, 1967, Gennaro “Raiz” Della Volpe (his artistic aka often changing to Rais, Reeno, or Raiss) debuted in the first ’90s seeing that the lead vocalist of Almamegretta. Mixing dub, trip-hop, Mediterranean rhythms, and Asian and Neapolitan melodies within an incredibly primary and personal method, …

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Kiddus I

b. Frank Dowding, St. Mary, Jamaica, Western Indies. Kiddus I originated from a middle income background and in the beginning used a hippie life-style before transforming to Rastafari. In the beginning of the 70s he opened up an ital grocery that attracted several musicians who have been recording around Kingston, …

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Dr. Ring-Ding

A singer who was simply on the forefront of Germany’s ska revival picture, Dr. Ring-Ding initial fell deeply in love with Jamaican music in 1987 when he became a member of the ska clothing Un Bosso & expire Ping Pongs. In 1992 he still left the group to create his …

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