Sugar Minott - One Up mp3 album
Songs in album Sugar Minott - Sugar Minott At Studio One (2005).
Lincoln Barrington "Sugar" Minott (25 May 1956 – 10 July 2010) was a Jamaican reggae singer, producer and sound-system operator. After working as a selector on the Sound of Silence Keystone sound system, and then his own Gathering of Youth system, he began his singing career as part of The African Brothers in 1969, along with Tony Tuff and Derrick Howard
Minott's follow-up album, 1979's Showcase, was equally revolutionary and included not just dub versions, but featured the hip new syndrums that would soon rule the dancehalls. Both albums also doubled as hits collections, and included such smashes as "Wrong Doers," "Oh Mr. DC," "House Is Not a Home," and such Niney Holness-produced chart-busters as "No Vacancy," "Give Thanks and Praise," and "Babylon . Sugar Minott had been diagnosed with heart problems in 2009, and died on July 10, 2010 following his admittance to a Kingston hospital after he had complained of feeling poorly. He was 54 years old. ~ Jo-Ann Greene.
Greensleeves Records LTD, Регги, 2010. Sugar Minott - Ease Up Mr. Customs Man (Album).
RIP mr sugar minott one of Jamaica true musician you are the reason why we have so many good artists in the 80ts. Classic Studio One riddims amazing when Sugar singers. Ajit George Kuruvilla. Rip. Big up to all da bugga minott fans out there.
In 1974 Sugar Minott teamed up with producer Coxsone Dodd and was the singer responsible for reviving Studio One to its status following the loss of singers like John Holt, Ken Boothe, Alton Ellis to other studios of the day. The first hit for Studio One by Sugar was Vanity and songs like House is not a Home, Hang on Natty and Mr. . which led to his first solo album entitled Live Loving. It was the first of the Studio One ‘do-over’ albums, and generally recognised to be the first ‘dancehall’ album
From the original Studio One rhythms, Sugar Minott created fresh tracks and invented the modern dancehall reggae. After being raised next door to a dancehall and then becoming a selector for Sound of Silence Keystone and Gathering Youth sound systems during his teenage years, Sugar Minott was immersed in the music of Coxsone Dodd and his Studio One label.
A Dancehall Reggae Legend. Follow his journey! Sugar minott. Experience the legend. 100% jamaican born and raised a true reggae icon a dancehall legend. g. Sweet Sounds Of Sugar. Veteran singer, selector, songwriter, musician and producer Sugar Minott – born Lincoln Barrington Minott – from Kingston, Jamaica has been a driving force in pioneering the creation of reggae music. Contributing his indoctrination to the reggae music from growing up in the dancehall where some of the best sounds of the day used to play.
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