An antique Jamaican rocksteady tranquility trio, the Three Tops recorded many key paths for Duke Reid’s Treasure Isle label in the mid- to past due ’60s, including “STILL DO IT” and “It’s Raining.” The trio contains performers Dion (or Dionne) Cameron, Orville (or perhaps Oswald) Robinson, and Joe Riley (some accounts list Jimmy Riley as an associate, but it appears most likely how the J. Riley detailed on track bedding was in fact Joe Riley). The group also do some function for Coxsone Dodd at Studio room One. The Three Tops had been especially enamored of American spirit, and their vocal strategy reflects this, developing an excellent synthesis of Southern spirit and rocksteady rhythms. The English release from the “STILL DO IT” solitary was related to the Treetops, that was an erroneous hearing from the group’s Three Tops name filtered through Jamaican patois. In addition they released paths as the Spirit Tops. Whether experienced on record as the Three Tops, the Spirit Tops, or the Treetops, the group shipped solid Jamaican rocksteady harmonies, and so are highly valued by fans from the genre.