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  1. Jackie Mittoo Featuring Winston Wright at King Tubbys: Jackie Mittoo: Primary Artist: Mr. Fix It/California Dreaming: Winston Francis: Keyboards, Vocals (Background), Primary Artist: Real Cool: The Jamaican King of the Saxophone '' Tommy McCook.
  2. Cocoa Tea "Tek Weh Yuh Gal" Album Review. Feel Good, Feel Real Good! Cocoa Tea is a very unusual singer. Cocoa Tea is probably the only person in the world that I know of that has the type of voice with which he could probably speak of flat out impending doom and yet strangely enough make all of his listeners feel good.
  3. Aggrovating the Rhythm at Channel One by The Aggrovators - CD () for $ from tictibevihowadeterthocorprami.coinfo Reggae - Order by Phone Price: $
  4. This collection finds two of reggae's finest keyboardists (Jackie Mittoo and Winston Wright) logging in at reggae's most famous studio (Studio One) with the supervision of reggae's greatest producer (King Tubby).
  5. - Tribute To Jackie Mittoo - (Heartbeat label) - Showcase (Stiker Lee) - (Culture Press Label) - The Keyboard King At Studio One - (Soul Jazz Records label) - Drum Song - (Attack label) - Last Train To Skaville - (Soul Jazz Records label) - Jackie Mittoo Featuring Winston Wright At King Tubbys - (Attack label).
  6. Jackie Mittoo Featuring Winston Wright At King Tubbys (Attack, ) – with Winston Wright; Jah Rock Style (Grooving with the Keyboard King –) (Trojan, ) Jackie Mittoo Rides On (Jamaican Recordings, ) Featured guest appearance. The Peacemaker's Chauffeur by Jason Wilson (Wheel Records, ) Other.
  7. Few would contest the claim that Jackie Mittoo is the most prolific and influential Jamaican keyboard player of modern times. A child prodigy, Mittoo was already playing in professional bands by th.
  8. Jackie Mittoo and Winston Wright recorded this album at King Tubbys studio in the seventies. Two of the greatest artists to come out of Jamaica on one album.2/5(1).

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