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Tony Chin

b. Albert Valentine Chin, Kingston, Jamaica, Western world Indies. Chin started his musical profession playing drums as well as the bugle as an associate of various youngsters groups. As business lead guitarist he afterwards joined makes with bass participant George ‘Completely’ Fullwood within the Tempo Raiders, who progressed into the Spirit Syndicate. The Spirit Syndicate proved an extremely popular session music group, also offering the abilities of Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith, Bernard ‘Touter’ Harvey, and Carlton ‘Santa’ Davis afterwards changed by Keith Sterling. The group performed on classes for Winston ‘Niney’ Holness, Keith Hudson and Bunny Lee, who called them the Aggrovators. The famous ‘Observer Train station’ presented Chin’s quality bottleneck acoustic guitar playing. The music group also performed live support to several Jamaica’s finest business lead vocalists, including Freddie McGregor, Dennis Dark brown, Cynthia Richards and Earl No. Through the 70s the group backed U-Roy, the Mighty Gemstones and Big Youngsters on the worldwide circuit before becoming enrolled to aid Peter Tosh, changing Sly And Robbie in the next manifestation of Term Audio And Power. Pursuing Tosh’s untimely loss of life, the group performed in a tribute concert where they created an allegiance using the deceased’s child, Andrew Tosh. By the first 90s the group experienced retired from the business enterprise, and Chin continued to be in Florida, where he was contacted to become listed on the multicultural music group Big Mountain, carrying out a short spell using the Reggae All Celebrities. The band possess the distinction to be the pre-eminent US reggae music group, having crossed over in to the pop graph with a edition of ‘Baby, I REALLY LIKE Your Method’. Furthermore to playing tempo guitar within the group, Chin also became involved with songwriting and experienced a chance to sing vocals.

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