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Port Maria, Saint Mary, Jamaica | Established. Jan 01, 1986 | SELF

Port Maria, Saint Mary, Jamaica | SELF
Established on Jan, 1986
Band World Reggae





A great sounding track right from the start. Perfectly capturing the classic Reggae sound, this authentic-sounding track will have you bopping your head the second you press play. Blending the vibe of old-school Reggae with a modern feel, this 21st century rework of the age-old genre pays an excellent homage to Reggae's roots. Sounding reminiscent of artists like Junior Mervin and Lee Scratch Perry, the simple timbres and spot-on instrumentation create an organic and honest style that is often hard to replicate within this genre. The vocals on this track cannot be commended more. Combining the harsher tone of artists like Bob Marley with the softer, more dulcet croon of modern Reggae artists, this track is truly a modern classic. - TrackSmart



Link&Chain is a unique musical group that has been performing and recording for about twenty five years (25). ” This outstanding group involves four extraordinary dedicated rastaman. Dwight Campbell the maestro is known as “Tweetie”, Paul Williams, the big voice and writer is “Mirror”. Trevor Douglas is known to us as “Kasha” and is the inspiration, the strong one and O’Neil Griffiths, the man who was always there and eventually became the newest member of the group The name is as unique as the group and came about through a process that involved high meditation and elimination.  “Kasha” (Trevor) was the inspired member who first suggested Link&Chain and as explained by “Tweetie” (Dwight) “many Links make up a chain and the chain is binding. Every member is a link, every fan is another link and this chain now will become a link to world unity through music.” Reflection on the shackles and struggles of the black man was a part of the thought process that makes this name such a universal and striking one. Link&Chain was originally a Trio make up of accomplished and well intended youths who had music plastered all over them. Based in quiet Port Maria bay these youngsters were LINKED to the Island recording group Foundation by a thread that ran through their life, their music and their sound. Ranging from 13 plus and 20, they gathered “up at Beverly Hills and rehearsed they had an affinity for learning   the music and musical creation. They already sang like birds, ‘Mirrow”and “Tweetie” learnt to play the guitar and the “foundation” for this formidable group was set. O’Neil who was already a spiritual member, and later officially joined the group as its fourth harmony.

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