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Dean Frazer, 809 Band - Rocking Reggae FLAC album

Performer: Dean Frazer
Genre: Reggae
Title: Rocking Reggae
FLAC version ZIP size: 1705 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1149 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1756 mb
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Dean Frazer, 809 Band ‎– Rocking Reggae. Produced by Phillip 'Fattis' Burrell. Burrel also known as 809 Band).

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Exterminator (catalog number EXT 49). Format of the release is. Vinyl, 12".

Born: August 4, 1957 Dean Fraser (sometimes appearing as Dean Frazer) is a Jamaican saxophonist who has contributed to hundreds of reggae recordings since the mid-1970s. He was awarded the Musgrave Medal by the Jamaican government in 1993 in recognition of his services to music. Alias: Armyman, Jah Devon, Raga Muffing, Youth (8). Nei gruppi: 809 Band, Dean Frazer Horn Section, Rass Brass, The Music Works Crew, The Roots Radics, We The People Band.

Dean Frazer is also a part of 809, but he went away with Tarrus Riley to the Cayman Islands, Fletcher explained, adding that missing members or not, the show must go on. INTENSE REHEARSAL. The musicians spent ­approximately two and a half weeks in rehearsal for Rebel Salute. Ruff Kutt is a brand-name band that has done the dancehall scene for over two decades. There is Lloyd Parks and We The People going 40 years; there is Byron Lee and the Dragonaires, and others. This goes to show that dedication and practice go a far way, Fletcher said. It is through ‘dedication and practice’ and a lot of love that Fletcher finds his band’s strength. But he admits that to achieve 809’s perfectly syncopated accompaniment, they pay attention to the finest details. This band takes it note for note – we take sounds into consideration.

Dean Fraser (sometimes Frazer) (b. Dean Ivanhoe Fraser, Kingston, Jamaica c. 1955) is a Jamaican saxophonist. He was a member of the Sonny Bradshaw Band, founding member of the 809 Band, which also included guitarist Lebert 'Gibby' Morrison and Desi Young, and Lloyd Parks' We The People band. His first album, 'Black Horn Man' (1978), was produced by Joe Gibbs. He played saxophone on the classic 'Unmetered Taxi' album.

Reggae-agenda is with Reggae Lake Festival and 7 others. September 9, 2018 · Amsterdam, Netherlands ·. Dean Fraser (ls. Tarrus Riley & Blak Soil Band) giving a Saxofoon solo for a PACKED Gaasperpark in Amsterdam. com/watch?v 8RLV0A0FrN4&t 3042s Filmed by Reggae Live Concerts.


A Rocking Reggae (Vocals)
AA Rocking Reggae
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Produced by Phillip 'Fattis' Burrell.
(D.Frazer/P.Burrel also known as 809 Band)