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18-11 Ernest Wilson (born Fitzroy Wilson, Clarendon Parish, Jamaica) is a reggae singer who found fame as a member of The Clarendonians before working as a solo artist.
Wilson formed The Claredonians in 1963 with Peter Austin, the duo going on to become one of the most popular groups of the ska and rock steady era, and having several Jamaican number one hits. Wilson embarked on a solo career in 1967, releasing the "Money Worries" single. Further singles followed, with "Undying Love", "Storybook Children", and "If I Were a Carpenter" in 1968 (all produced by Coxsone Dodd), "Private Number" (for Joe Gibbs), and "Freedom Train" (for Lee "Scratch" Perry - one of the first Jamaican singles ever to be released in stereo) in 1969. In 1969, he got back together with sometime Clarendonian Freddie McGregor in the duo 'Ernest Wilson & Freddy', releasing the singles "Sentimental Man" and "Love Makes the World Go Round", and later "What You Gonna Do About It" and "Let Them Talk". One of Wilson's biggest International Hit single, "Let True Love Be", (1976), was done alongside Harold Butler & Four Corners. It was featured on Butler's 1978 Album, "The Butler Did It". Wilson was also briefly a member of The Techniques.
Wilson has continued to record as a solo artist to this day.
Wilson has contributed backing vocals to tracks by Beres Hammond, Inner Circle, Jimmy Reid, Jimmy Riley, Johnny Osbourne, and Kiddus I. He is also a multi-instrumentalist, having played piano on the Umoja album as part of the DEB Music Players, bass guitar on Gregory Isaacs' Cool Ruler album, and guitar on several recordings including tracks by Tinga Stewart and Kiddus I. #ernestwilson #singer #TheClarendonians #rocksteadylegends #coxonedodd #leeperry #joegibbs #rocksteady #ska #happyearthstrong #rudelatinskaweb 🎤😎🎶🔥
While the late Lucky Dube remains the most famous South African reggae artist, he was not the first. Alongside Colbert ‘Harley’ Mukwevho, Mozambique-born, Pretoria-based Carlos Djedje born 18-11-1950 is considered by many to be the father of South African reggae, performing and recording as early as the 1970s, long before the rise of Lucky Dube and Ivorian star Alpha Blondy in the 1980s.
Djedje, whose early albums included Remember Them, No Apartheid and Ahoy Africa, saw his role as inextricably linked to the struggle for freedom, and his lyrics frequently referred to apartheid injustice. Since the fall of apartheid in the early 90s he has remained active, though without the fame and fortune of his compatriots, quietly going about his task to educate and liberate through reggae. #carlosdjedje #singer #pioner #africareggae #southafrica #rudelatinskaweb #mozambique #happyearthstrong 🎤🎶🔥
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17 de noviembre del año 2000 fallece Jarret Lloyd Vincent A.K.A Bim Sherman en Londres Inglaterra, tras ser encontrado en su cerebro un tumor cancerígeno. Un verdadero héroe de la música jamaicana perteneciente a la generación rasta de los 70´s, con una voz inquietante y muy dulce enriquecida con muchas influencias, a mediados de los 70´s registro canciones clásicas en la isla de Jamaica para sus propios sellos discográficos "Scorpio" y "Red Sea" que hablaban sobre la lucha de los derechos de los jóvenes en la sociedad.
En 1979 se marcha a Londres por invitacion del joven productor Adrian Sherwood quien tenia ya contratado a Prince Far I, Creation Rebel, y Prince Hammer para una gira y es allí donde se consigue con una revolucion Rasta-Punk en ese momento conoce a personajes importantes de la cultura musical inglesa;, Ari Up (The Slits), Congo Ashanti Roy, Prince Far I, Dub Syndicate y Justice League of Zion con los cuales grabo un álbum para el sello On-U Sound Records que pertenecía a Adrian Sherwood.
Sherman no volvió nunca mas a Jamaica decidió quedarse y hacer vida en Londres donde es considerado como “Un Cantante de Reggae Subterráneo” también grabó un puñado de discos de reggae en solitario de los cuales años antes de su partida física fueron reeditados en otro sello discográfico que fundó en Londres llamado”Century Records, y en la actualidad son escuchados en los sound system habituales de los barrios de Londres.
Otros A.K.A con los que puedes conseguir a Jarret Lloyd Vincent son: Jarrett Tomlinson, Jarrett Vincent, Lloyd Vincent, J. L. Vincent, Bim Shieman yLloyd Tomlinson. Pero el más famoso #bimsherman #reggae #londres #jamaican #jamaicanmusic #rasta #punk #theslits #adriansherwood 🎼🎶📀🔊🎸 #rudelatinskaweb u
Andre Johnson (born 17-11-1970), better known by his stage name Jah Mason, also known as Fire Mason, is a reggae singer/deejay from Jamaica, active as a recording artist since 1991. Jah Mason was born in Jamaica's Manchester Parish, and grew up in a Christian family. During his childhood, he was nicknamed Perry Mason for his ability to resolve disputes, and it was under this name that his debut single "Selassie I Call We" was released in 1991 on Junior Reid's JR record label. In 1995 he joined the Bobo Ashanti order of the Rastafari movement, and began performing and recording as Jah Mason after linking up with the David House group. He had hits in Jamaica with "My Princess Gone" and "Lion Look", and also made guest appearances on singles by his friend Jah Cure.His first albums came in 2002 with Keep Your Joy and Working So Hard. Since then he has released albums at a rate of more than one a year, including Wheat and Tears and Princess Gone...The Saga Bed, both released in 2006 onGreensleeves Records and VP Records respectively, and the latter distributed by Warners. The Jamaica Gleaner, reviewing Wheat and Tears, commented on a lack of originality in Jah Mason's work but went on to say "clichés notwithstanding, the album is musical, and for hardcore reggae fans, the disc should provide enough of a vibe to chill with." David Jeffries of Allmusicdescribed him as "an effortlessly agile artist able to communicate love, pathos, revolution, spirituality, and even sensuality on equal terms.” The song Mi Chalwa, recorded and mixed by Soundism's Vladi Vargas, was included on Greensleeves' compilation album The Biggest Reggae One Drop Anthems 2005, which Jamaica Observer gave accolades and called a "must-have collection". #jahmanson #singer #deejay #recordingartist #reggae #dancehall #firemanson #happyearthstrong #rudelatinskaweb 🎤🎶🔥
DUFF GUIDE TO SKA SAY: "Thursday, November 15, 2018
Ska and Reggae Singer/Songwriter and Potato 5 Collaborator Floyd Lloyd Seivright Passes Away at 70
On November 6, 2018, ska and reggae singer and songwriter Floyd Lloyd Seivright passed away unexpectedly in St. Ann's Bay Hospital in Jamaica at age 70.
Third Wave ska fans worldwide know of Floyd Lloyd through his work with the Potato 5 on their classic 1987 debut album, Floyd Lloyd and the Potato 5 Meet Laurel Aitken (Gaz's Rockin' Records); read our review of it here. In addition to singing on side A of the album, Seivright co-wrote two of its fantastic tracks: "Tear Up" and "Big City" (one of my absolute favorite Potato 5 songs). He also appeared with the Potato 5 on Gaz's Ska Stars of the 80s compilation and with his own band on Unicorn's Double Barrel Ska Explosion live album, which was recorded at the second International London Ska Festival in 1989.
From the early 1970s through the mid-2000s, Lloyd wrote tracks performed by The Mighty Diamonds and Ernest Ranglin, in addition to the ten or so albums of his own songs that he recorded and released on his own Tropic label. Lloyd also founded Tropic Entertainment, Ltd., a music publishing business that represents over 500 titles, including songs composed by Justin Hinds, Lennie Hibbert, Ernest Ranglin, and Kareem Baaqi.
Back in my Moon Records days in the 1990s, I had the great pleasure of meeting the soft-spoken, but intensely focused Seivright in his Greenwich Village apartment in Manhattan to discuss the possibility of Moon doing some sort of deal to carry or license some of his ska albums. If I remember correctly, we ended up carrying several of his titles (including Tear It Up: The Ska Album and Better to Laugh) in our store and catalogue.
We extend our sincerest condolences to Floyd Lloyd Seivright's family, friends, and fans." #floydlloyd #singer #producer
#ska #reggae #composer #potato5
#ernestranglin #themigthydiamonds #duffguidetoska
@Regran_ed from @rudelatinskaweb - Cumplimos con informar que en el día de hoy 16-11-2017 falleció en la ciudad de New York el cantante y amigo de la casa "Blanquito Man" José Andrés Blanco. Nos unimos en sentimiento a sus familiares y amigos.. Buen viaje guerrero. -----------------🙏-----------------
We comply with the report that today 16-11-2017 the singer and friend of the house "Blanquito Man" José Andrés Blanco died in the city of New York. We join in feeling to your family and friends .. Good journey warrior. #joseandresblanco #blanquitoman #singer #composer #kingchango #venezolano #ska #reggae #rip #qepd #rudelatinskaweb 👑⚡️⚡️👑🙏 #fuckcancer
Andrea Prodan nace en Roma, Italia, un 16 de noviembre de 1961 es un actor de cine, compositor y músico italiano radicado en Argentina. Es el hermano menor de Luca Prodan. En 1995, viajó a Argentina y con una consola, grabando Viva Voce, un disco en el que se hace pasar por todos los instrumentos, usando nada más que su voz. El disco recibió buenas críticas y el músico Peter Gabriel lo señaló entre sus discos favoritos del año.
Paralelamente a la grabación de su disco vocal, acude como invitado a recitales de Las Pelotas, donde giran por unos meses con acalorados shows. En estos, Andrea supo hacer enérgicas interpretaciones de Sumo, clásicos como Heroin, Estallando desde el océano y Crua Chan hicieron vibrar como nunca algunos cierres de recital.
En 2001, Andrea decidió instalarse en Argentina.
Compuso la banda sonora de dos películas argentinas, El jardín primitivo y Caballos en la Ciudad y también realizó spots publicitarios innumerables. Una serie de anuncios de televisión en el que representa al personaje cómico 'Al Dentice' fue transmitida a nivel nacional en Italia. Él vive actualmente entre Buenos Aires y en Córdoba y tiene tres hijos.
En el año 2006, formó su propia banda de rock, llamada Romapagana, integrada por Andrea Prodan en guitarra eléctrica y voz, Diego Segovia en bajo, Cristian "Pistón" Fernández en batería y Fabián "Rojo" Limardo en guitarra.Condujo Metiendo Púa, un programa de radio. Se está llevando a cabo su carrera como actor de cine y es un punto de referencia en relación con su hermano, Luca, que murió en 1987 debido a una cirrosis hepática.
El 31 de diciembre de 2009, Romapagana lanzó su primer trabajo discográfico, que fue grabado por Mariano Iezzi en CCCI Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
En el 2015, estrenó su nuevo proyecto: Hechos espontáneos, grabado y distribuido de manera novedosa. #andreaprodan #singer #italia #roma #cine #argentina #actor #romapagana #guitarist #rock #reggae #composer #punkrock #laspelotas #happyearthstrong #rudelatinskaweb 🎤🎶🔥 #lucaprodan #sumo
Clinton Lindsay born 16-11-1956. Entered New York Institute Of Technology in September 1976. Graduated with a BA in Communication Arts in 1981, joined WHBI (later changed to WNWK) 105.9fm on October 7, 1982. Up to 1999, worked on various radio stations including WYBC/New Haven, WWRL/NY, WRTC/Hartford...WRTN/NY...Started The NY Top Ten on WTNY (college station) in the Spring of 1977, then on WHBI in 1986. Now expanded to The NY Top 30, and is heard on various stations and online networks. Founded The Tamika Reggae Awards, December 1988, with the first presentations - April 1, 1989, at the Beacon Theater on Broadway, last involvement with the awards, May 2000. Since 1983, I've promoted numerous dances and concerts, featuring for the time (getting their first work permits to America!), including, but not limited to: Papa San, Shabba Ranks, Super Cat, Lt. Stitchie, Pinchers, Peter Metro, Lady Ann, Pliers, Chaka Demus, Tiger, Admiral Bailey, Professor Nuts, Early B, General Trees, Echo Minott, Buro Banton, Robert French, Half Pint, Junior Reid, Lecturer, Anthony Malvo, Lady G, Wayne Wonder, Wickerman, Captain Barkey, Lilly Melody, Thriller U, Daddy Blue, Dirtsman, Cobra, Richie Stevens, Michael Palmer, Little Twitch, Collin Roach, Ninja Man, Brian & Tony Gold, Tonto Metro, Lee Van Cleef, Madoo, Phillip Frazier, Chevelle Franklyn, Little John, Toyan, Derrick Parker, Reggie Stepper, Major Mackeral, Cutty Ranks, Sanchez, Flourgon, Red Dragon, Daddy Lizard, Courtney Melody, John Wayne, Junie Ranks, Super Black, DJ Daddy, Sister Charmain, Singing Melody, Lady Junie, Hugo Barrington, Lady Patra...and so many others. Beres Hammond's first solo concert (after he left Zap Pow band) was at the Beacon Theater on December 28, 1985 (yes, I had a thing for the Beacon Theater!) After a little health scare, I relocated to South Florida on December 5, 2003. Hooked up with VIBZ FM until May 2005, when I started LYNKS FM until March 2009. #clintonlindsay #broadcastjournalist #concertpromoter #reggae #radioshow #jamaica #fundationradionetwork #chartcompliler #legend #rudelatinskaweb 📻🎶🎤🔊
@Regran_ed from @pelagatosoficial - #tbt Porque los jueves se impusieron para recordar cosas que pasan y piden ser recordas por nosotros, los manijas del reggae festejamos este tema de @guillecafre de anda a saber cuando y en donde. Lo único que sabemos es que el próximo jueves, a esta hora @loscafres van estar en el @cculturalsi festejando los 800 programas de @pelagatosoficial !!!
Te gusta la Rebel Music?? Creo que aca hay bastante de ella 🔊🎶🎵😂😎 #vinyljunkies #vinylcollector #selector #rebelmusic @Regran_ed from @ahtoms
@Regran_ed from @worldareggae - A blessed earth Strong to Mr. @xtm_nation Kareem Douglas Burrel!! Many more years to you sir!! #reggae #xterminator 📸 ©️ @creatah
15 de noviembre de 1987 Ray "Pablo" Falconer muere en un accidente automovilístico en Birmingham Inglaterra, fue un famoso productor de reggae en los años 70´s y 80´s hermano de Earl Falconer bajista y cantante miembro de la banda británica UB-40, produjo múltiples sencillos y álbumes de la banda, Earl Falconer, que conducía el auto, fue condenado a seis meses de prisión en junio de 1988. #raypablofalconer #producer #recordproducer #ub40 #birmingham #earlfalconer #rudelatinskaweb 🎶📀🎵
Starkey Banton aka Starkey Super (born David Murray, 15 November 1962) is a British reggae deejay known for his "cultural" lyrics, active since the mid-1970s. Born in Hammersmith, London, in 1962, Murray began performing in the mid-1970s under the name Starkey Super on the London sound system circuit. He changed his stage name to Starkey Banton ("Banton" meaning a deejay full of lyrics) in response to the popularity of several other performers using the Banton name. His debut single, "Lover Dread", was released in 1993, bucking the trend for slackness.This was followed by "Blackman Memories" and "Ganja Baby". In 1994 he worked with the One Love crew, who released his "Wicked Man" single, the popularity of which led to combination hits with Sweetie Irie and Horace Andy, and an appearance at the 1995 Reggae Sunsplash festival. His 1985 riposte to theJungle music phenomenon, "Jungle Bungle" ("One bag a noise and a whole heap a sample, That's something my ear holes can't handle!"), was hugely popular among Britain's urban audience. He recorded for Fashion Records, releasing "Nah Wear Nuh Versace", coincidentally released on the day Gianni Versace was murdered, followed by a string of cultural singles with "I Love King Selassie", "I & I Saw Them Coming", and "Weeping & Wailing", collected together along with the dub sides and new material on his debut album, Powers Youth, in 1997. The album featured Mykal Rose, with whom Banton recorded combination tracks "Release Me" and "Another Day in Babywrong".His second album, Rasta Mystic, was produced by Mad Professor, with rhythms provided by Mafia & Fluxy and Black Steel, and released on Ariwa in 2000. Banton has remained popular, and headlined the Aldajah Reggae Festival in Spain in 2005. #starkeybanton #starkeysuper #davidmurray #reggae #deejay #london #ariwua #fashion #singer #rudelatinskaweb #happyearthstrong 🎤🔥🎶 #mafiaandfluxy #blacksteel
Alphonsus Celestine Edmund Cassell A.K.A (Soca Arrow ) nace un 15 de noviembre de 1949 en Montserrat Antillas Menores.
Cantante de Calypso desde 1967 convirtiéndose en una súper estrella lanza su primer trabajo discográfico en el año 1971 titulado “Arrow on Target “ este artista mezcla diversos ritmos como lo son, el Zouk , R & B , y la salsa lo que para la critica considero una destrucción del sonido original del Calypso, pero el resultado para el público fue fenomenal.
En 1982 graba el disco que lo eleva al estrellato definitivo sonando en todas las radios de las islas del Caribe y el mundo “ Hot Hot Hot” Lo recuerdan?!!. Fallece un 15 de septiembre de 2010 tras una lucha contra el cáncer cerebral por dos años.
#socaarrow #soca #calypso #hothothot #monserrat #zouk #salsa #singer #rudelatinskaweb 🔥🎤🔥🎤🔥
Errol Thompson (December 29, 1948 – November 13, 2004), better known as "ET", was a record producer, audio engineer, and one of the first studio engineers to be involved in dub music. Thompson gained studio experience at Studio One, working alongside Joe Gibbs. He went on to work for Bunny Lee and in the 1970s he worked (along with Niney) as an engineer at Randy's Studio 17, in Kingston, Jamaica. Thompson engineered the first instrumental reggae album, The Undertaker by Derrick Harriott and the Crystallites' released in 1970.
He went on to work with Joe Gibbs from 1975.Gibbs and Thompson were known collectively as the Mighty Two. Together they produced music by Junior Byles, Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, Althea and Donna, Prince Far I, and Eek-A-Mouse, before their partnership ended in 1983 when Gibbs relocated to Miami.
Thompson also engineered tracks by Bob Marley, The Abyssinians, Augustus Pablo, Big Youth, Culture, Yellowman, Frankie Paul and Burning Spear. In addition, he produced work by I-Roy, Cornell Campbell, Freddie McGregor and Barrington Levy. Thompson also worked with producer, Clive Chin. His final project, the "Hard Times Riddim", co-produced with Stephen Gibson, son of partner Joe Gibbs, was instrumental in creating a resurgence in dancehall. The album included many key reggae performers of the time including, Capleton, I Wayne, Richie Spice, Chuck Fenda and Luciano.
Later in life, he moved away from the music industry and managed a supermarket in North Parade, downtown Kingston.Thompson died, after numerous strokes, on November 13, 2004, at the age of 55. #ErrolThompson #ET #producer #audioengineers #dub #studioone #jamaicalegend #joegibbs #randysstudio #rudelatinskaweb 🎶🔥📀
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