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Live Chat: Leo Graham,Norman Davis,Keithy Foundation
Norman Davis, coming from 12 Lower second street kgn 12 Original Tennors, & also an Original Wailing souls the wailing souls, use to Reherse with Bob Marley, at first street in Trench Town.Wailing Souls Original Mr Fire Coal Man, Back out with it, HOT ROAD. Leo Graham began his recording career in the mid-sixties as a member of the group The Overtakers. Leo's vocals are distinctive, high yet thin, but totally unique and The Overtakers had a great harmony together. The band released a number of fine singles including "Girl You Ruff" and the rude-boy warning "Beware”. Although Leo had performed lead vocals for a number of the bands hits he started to become more of a harmony singer on others and so left to form a new group,The Bleechers, in late 1968.Taking the name from late-night Kingston ravers who would stay out to the early hours seeking a good time, a practice known as 'Bleeching' in Jamaica,The Bleechers was made up of Leo Graham alongside Wesley Martin and Sammy (Formerly of The Mellotones).They began recording a handful of tunes with Joe Gibbs before moving on to work with the legendary Lee "Scratch" Perry.This would be the start of a partnership that would continue between Perry and Graham for many years to come.
Jamaican Born Errol Douglas,He the festival at 11 going 12 years old. He recorded my first song tilte " jah can do it "... this song was sang by Dennis Brown . He was thirteen years old at the time when he wrote the song. He was introduce to Late Jack Ruby by A friend Vinny and soon after the group foundation was born .In 1988, we do our first album titled "flames " .Jack ruby let mr chris blackwell hear the song and he gave jack and us a deal and we signed with island records.
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