Reggae Month tidbit


Reggae Month tidbit

Thursday, February 13, 2020

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American jazz great Herbie Mann recorded two albums with Jamaican musicians during the 1970s. The first, Reggae , was done in 1973 in London with saxophonist Tommy McCook, trumpeter Bobby Ellis, pianist Gladdy Anderson, organist Winston Wright, guitarists Hux Brown and Rad Bryan and bassist Jackie Jackson.

Sessions for Reggae II also took place at that time. That album was released in 1976.

— HC

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