Jamaican harmony trio the Bleechers (Leo Graham, Wesley Martin, along with a third singer known just as Sammy) shaped around 1968, once the group reportedly did some studio room work with producer J.J. Johnson. The Bleechers are greatest kept in mind, though, for a small number of tracks they do with legendary maker Lee “Scrape” Perry a 12 months later on, including “Examine Him Out,” that was a literal musical ad providing directions to an archive shop that Perry possessed at that time on Charles Road in Kingston. For all those its utilitarian and industrial intent, “Examine Him Out” was a cheerful and infectious melody with fantastic harmonies from your group. Once the group disbanded, Graham continuing to record for Perry, like the monitor “Voodooism,” that was to provide its name to some Compact disc anthology of Perry-produced Dark Ark rarities some 30 years later on.
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