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Although his best-known work will undoubtedly always be his recordings with the Skatalites, Jamaican tenor saxophonist Tommy McCook left an impressive legacy under his own name, including several sides tracked with trumpeter Bobby Ellis for producer Bunny Lee in the mid-'70s, several of which are collected here. With the crackerjack rhythm section of Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare on board, and with mixes by King Tubby and Prince Jammy, these are vintage low-key, mellow, and late- night instrumental dubs that are as soothing as they are slightly off-kilter and eerie. Fun stuff.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 03 de marzo de 1927 en Jamaica

Género: Reggae

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

The leader of the legendary Skatalites, tenor saxophonist Tommy McCook was among the most innovative and influential Jamaican musicians of his generation, a prime catalyst behind the evolution and international popularity of ska and reggae. Born in 1932, McCook learned to play sax while attending Kingston's Alpha Cottage School, an institution for wayward boys; upon exiting the school at the age of 14, he toured with the dance bands of Eric Deans and Roy Coburn, emerging as a highly skilled jazz...
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