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The Upsetters

The Upsetters were among the hottest, yet sorely undervalued and poorly chronicled, rings in R&B and rock history. They supported Small Richard on a few of his singles, and had been also presented on Don Covay’s debut Atlantic solitary “Big Bop Bip” in 1958. Richard offered as business lead vocalist for a few Upsetters singles released on Gold Celebrity in the first ’60s, as well as the band’s rates included sometimes powerhouse saxophonist Grady Gaines, who also was presented as innovator on some singles. They aren’t to be baffled using the Jamaican Upsetters, who documented for Lee “Damage” Perry’s Upsetter label, and whose rates included Aston “Family members Guy” Barrett and Carlton Lloyd “Carly” Barrett.

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