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Brassknucklesnlace

Canada Canada. DJ since May 29, 2011
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Brassknucklesnlace Hottest day of the year... lets hear some rude Christmas music to cool down...
Brassknucklesnlace U-Roy was awarded Jamaica's Order of Distinction in the rank of Officer on October 15, 2007 & was frequently played on Joe Strummer's radio show.

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Brassknucklesnlace The group was formed by Winston Riley in 1962 while still at school, with the initial line-up featuring Slim Smith, Franklyn White, & Frederick Waite.
Brassknucklesnlace They are best known for this song, "Johnny Too Bad", which was featured on the film soundtrack for Jimmy Cliff's The Harder They Come
Brassknucklesnlace Jamaican guitarist and composer. Best known for his session work at the famed Studio One, Ranglin helped give birth to the ska genre in the late 1950s
Brassknucklesnlace The Pioneers were formed in 1962 by brothers Sydney and Derrick Crooks, and their friend Winston Hewitt, Their early singles were not successful.
Brassknucklesnlace Yep, you know this song. Blondie covered it.
Brassknucklesnlace He popularized the use of the melodica (an instrument at that time primarily used to teach children music in Jamaican public schools) in reggae music
Brassknucklesnlace During 1967 Osbourne became lead vocalist of The Wildcats, and recorded for producer Winston Riley, although nothing was issued.
Brassknucklesnlace An American pop singer-songwriter, best known for his 1972 hit "I Can See Clearly Now". Also the first non-Jamaican to record reggae music in Jamaica
Brassknucklesnlace She is an internationally acclaimed reggae artist who rose to fame as 1/3 of the trio the I THREE who were the back ground vocalists for Bob Marley.
Brassknucklesnlace A keyboardist songwriter & musical director A founding member of The Skatalites A mentor 2 younger performers & musical director for Studio One label
Brassknucklesnlace Recorded much of their early material for Alvin Ranglin having local hits with "Loving Reggae" and "Funny Man".
Brassknucklesnlace His 1st record was released without him knowing a tenant in the building where he jammed recorded some sessions & released them on the Planetone label
Brassknucklesnlace Most people will know this song because of the Specials. I saw Bryon Lee just before he died, and it was an amazing show.
Brassknucklesnlace Often cited as the inventor of the concept of the remix, and so may be seen as a direct antecedent of much dance and electronic music production
Brassknucklesnlace King Stitt is the oldest living Jamaican deejay. He was given the name Stitt as a boy & became King Stitt when crowned 'king of the deejays'
Brassknucklesnlace The New York Times described Isaacs as "the most exquisite vocalist in reggae". His nicknames include "Cool Ruler" and "Lonely Lover".
Brassknucklesnlace He achieved prominence in his home country as lead singer of The Paragons
Brassknucklesnlace Best known for his work with Treasure Isle Records & recorded seventy singles between 1964 and 1966, & was the most popular artist on the record label
   
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