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Version - Wayne Jarrett / Thriller* - Nice And Easy / Too Much Racket (Vinyl)

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  • WAYNE JARRETT Vinyl Records and CDs: Wayne Jarrett Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num: Barcode: Genre: Country: Seller: Price wayne jarrett Page 1 of 1.
  • A brilliant and criminally unsung roots reggae singer with a high, clear tenor voice similar to Horace Andy's, Wayne Jarrett recorded his key tracks in the late '70s and early '80s, including the classic Bunny Lee-produced "Satta Dread." Jarrett also worked with Jamaican producers Glen Brown (cutting "Youthman," another classic read more.
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  • A brilliant and criminally unsung roots reggae singer with a high, clear tenor voice similar to Horace Andy's, Wayne Jarrett recorded his key tracks in the late '70s and early '80s, including the classic.
  • Wayne Jarrett was born in in Kingston, Jamaica, one of seven children. He was raised as a Rastafarian and grew up in Rachford Park, Allman Town. As a child, he was friends with fellow reggae singer Horace Andy. Jarrett's voice caught the attention of his high-school teacher, who persuaded him to join the school choir.
  • Wayne Jarrett’s LP What’s Wrong With The Youths is back on wax for the first time in over three decades. This is a classic early dancehall record, one that funnels dub and reggae into the then-new style to great effect. The classic backing band Roots Radics supply the riddims, and Jarrett.
  • Lincoln Barrington Minott, 25 May , Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Minott was probably reggae music’s brightest hope throughout the early 80s, but his refusal to compromise and turn his back on either his roots or his ghetto companions has marginalized his influence, and he is now a peripheral figure, as opposed to the major force that he arguably deserves to be.
  • (BRAND NEW) #2 Wayne Fire side A: Some Girls Funny / side B: Nineteen Nineties Version By One Blood Crew label: Chrystal Production year: ’s Syle Original Press WAYNE JARRETT Wayne Jarrett title side A: Money Money / side B: Money Money by Sly Dunbar, O,D., Mafia & Fluxy Ranking Joe Mixed By Phillip Smart & Ranking Joe label: Ranking Joe year: ′ WAYNE MARSHALL Wayne .

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