An excellent and criminally unsung origins reggae singer with a higher, clear tenor tone of voice much like Horace Andy’s, Wayne Jarrett recorded his essential songs in the past due ’70s and early ’80s, like the vintage Bunny Lee-produced “Satta Dread.” Jarrett also caused Jamaican suppliers Glen Brownish (trimming “Youthman,” another traditional monitor) and Junjo Lawes, amongst others. His high watermark probably was included with the six songs he documented for Lloyd “Bullwackie” Barnes’ Bronx-based Wackies label in 1982, that have been coupled with their dubs to help make the Display, Vol. 1 LP, a genuine lost gem within the reggae world. The album continues to be reissued many times, frequently bearing the alternative name Bubble Up. Additional Jarrett albums consist of What’s Wrong using the Youths from Jah Existence Records as well as the Lawes-produced Chip In, that was originally released in 1982 and re-pressed beneath the name Chippin. Greensleeves Information restored the initial name when it released the recording on disk in 2007.