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Sly and Robbie are reggae's most prolific and long lasting production team. The rhythm section of drummer Lowell Dunbar (nicknamed Sly after Sly Stone, one of his favorite musicians) and bass guitarist Robert Shakespeare started working together in the mid 1970s, after having established themselves separately on the Jamaican music scene. Reggae is a music genre developed in Jamaica. ... Rhythm section refers to the musicians whose primary jobs in a jazz or popular music band or ensemble is to establish the rhythm of a song or musical piece, often via repeated riffs or ostinati. ... A session drummer at practice A drummer is a musician who plays the drums, particularly the drum kit, marching percussion, or hand drums. ... Lowell Sly Dunbar was born on 10 May 1952, in Kingston, Jamaica. ... Sly Stone on The Ed Sullivan Show performing Everyday People, December 28, 1968. ... Martin EB18 Bass Guitar in flight case The electric bass guitar (also called electric bass or simply bass) is an electrically amplified plucked string instrument. ... The 1970s decade refers to the years from 1970 to 1979, inclusive. ...


Sly and Robbie may well be the most prolific recording artists ever. One staggering estimate is that they have played on or produced some 200,000 songs.[1]

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Career

Before joining forces, Sly was drumming for the Skin Flesh and Bones band and Robbie was the bass player for the Aggrovators. They also used to play in clubs (Sly at Tit for Tat and Robbie at Evil People), and used to check each other out. They found out that they had the same ideas about music in general (both are huge fans of Motown, Philly Sound and Country & Western, in addition to Jamaican legendary labels Studio One and Treasure Isle), and Reggae production in particular. They first worked together for the newly created Channel One label and studio, operated by the Hoo Kim brothers. Motown Records, Inc. ... country music, see Country music (disambiguation) In popular music, country music, also called country and western music or country-western, is an amalgam of popular musical forms developed in the Southern United States, with roots in traditional folk music, Celtic music, blues, gospel music, and old-time music that began...


They changed the face of Reggae several times: in 1976, they introduced a harder beat called "Rockers", which quickly replaced the then prevalent "One drop" style, then introduced the "rub a dub" sound in the early 1980s. Sly and Robbie were important in developing the trend towards computer assisted music and programmming in the mid 1980s. A Lego RCX Computer is an example of an embedded computer used to control mechanical devices. ...


Also in the early 1990s they introduced a novel sound with the hits "Bam Bam" and "Murder She Wrote" by Chaka Demus & Pliers. Chaka Demus' rough DJ vocals were matched with Pliers' sweet, melodic, soul-influenced singing; this unusal vocal pairing was championed by Sly and Robbie. This formula has since been used with great success by the likes of Shaggy (who teamed up with singers Rayvon or Rik Rok), Shabba Ranks, Maxi Priest and others. This predates and may have influenced the recent trend in some rap music where a song's "hook" or chorus is sung by a guest, while the verses are rapped. Chaka Demus is a Reggae musician. ... Shaggy (born October 22, 1968, in Kingston, Jamaica as Orville Richard Burrell), is a Jamaican reggae artist who takes his nickname from Scooby-Doos companion (possibly from the similarity of their first names). ... Rayvon, real name Bruce Brewster, is a tenor reggae singer known for his work with Shaggy. ... Rik Rok is a record producer who has worked on various rap singles like 2002s I Know What You Want Categories: Mariah Carey Related Articles Stubs ... Shabba Ranks was the (internationally) most popular dancehall artist before Shaggy. ... Maxi Priest (born Max Alfred Elliott on June 10, 1960) is a reggae singer from England. ... Hip hop music is a style of popular music. ...


In the "Bam Bam" style, Sly introduced Indian tabla sounds in his drum beats, while Robbie altogether stopped playing bass on this particular project. A typical set of Tabla. ...


In 2003 they released a DJ mix album, Late Night Tales: Sly & Robbie, as part of the Late Night Tales series for Azuli Records. Late Night Tales and its predecessor Another Late Night are the names of two related series of DJ mix albums released on Azuli Records independent record label. ... Azuli Records is a record label. ...


Sly & Robbie continued to innovate during the 1990s and early 2000s, fusing Dancehall and Latin music sounds (La Trenggae) or Dancehall and hip hop/R&B (their 2004 Big Up riddim). In 2001, their "Strip to the Bone" album paired them with electro producer Howie B, and together they explored new dub territories. Latin American music, or the music of Latin America, is sometimes called Latin music. ... Hip hop music (also referred to as rap or rap music) is a style of popular music which came into existence in roughly the mid 70s but became a large part of modern day pop culture in the late 80s. ... Rhythm and blues (or R & B) is a musical marketing term introduced in the United States in the late 1940s by Billboard magazine. ...


Far from restricting themselves to the Jamaican scene, (in which they have played for virtually every prominent Jamaican musical artist from Beenie Man to Sean Paul to Peter Tosh, Black Uhuru, Gregory Isaacs Dennis Brown and others), they have been one of pop music's most sought after rhythm sections, playing for and producing superstars such as Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, the Rolling Stones, Grace Jones, Joan Armatrading, Gilberto Gil, Joe Cocker, Serge Gainsbourg, Simply Red, Michael Franti, Sting, Khaled, Tricky, Doug E. Fresh, Carlos Santana, Sinéad O'Connor, and many more. Beenie Man (born Anthony Moses Davis August 22, 1973 in Kingston, Jamaica), is a well established Deejay. ... now. ... Peter Tosh (October 9, 1944 – September 11, 1987) was a pioneer reggae musician. ... Black Uhuru is a Jamaican reggae band probably best known for their hits Shine Eye Gal, Guess Whos Coming to Dinner, Sinsemilla, Solidarity, and What Is Life?. They were the first group to win a Grammy in the reggae category when it was introduced in 1985. ... Gregory Isaacs is a Reggae singer, born on 15 July 1951 in Denham Town, Kingston, Jamaica. ... Dennis Emmanuel Brown (February 1, 1957 – July 1, 1999) was a Jamaican reggae singer, who pioneered the lovers rock style of reggae. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Mick Jagger, 1995 Sir Michael Philip Mick Jagger (born 26 July 1943) is an English rock musician, actor, songwriter, record and film producer and businessman. ... This article is about the rock band. ... Cover of Grace Jones 1981 album Nightclubbing. ... Joan Anita Barbara Armatrading (born in Basseterre, Saint Kitts on December 9, 1950) and brought up in Birmingham, England is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist. ... The minister sets the rhythm for Brazils culture policy Gilberto Gil (born June 26, 1942) is a Brazilian singer, guitarist and songwriter, and the countrys current Minister of Culture. ... Joe Cocker Joe Cocker (born John Robert Cocker, May 20, 1944) is a rock/blues musician. ... Serge Gainsbourg (April 2, 1928 – March 2, 1991) was a French poet, singer-songwriter, actor and director. ... Simply Red are a successful English pop band. ... Michael Franti publicity photo Michael Franti (born April 21, 1966, in Oakland, California) is an African, Irish, and German American poet, musician, and composer. ... Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, CBE (born 2 October 1951), usually known by his stage name Sting, is a British musician from Newcastle upon Tyne. ... Khaled, New York City Concert, February 8, 2002 Khaled [خالد] is an Algerian raï musician from Oran. ... For other uses, see Tricky (disambiguation). ... Doug E. Fresh (born Douglas E. Davis, on 17 September 1966, in St Thomas, Virgin Islands) is an African-American rapper, record producer, beatboxer. ... Carlos Santana in concert, Barcelona 2003 Carlos Augusto Alves Santana (born 20 July 1947) is a Mexican American Grammy Award-winning musician and Latin-rock guitarist. ... Sinéad Marie Bernadette OConnor (born December 8, 1966) is an Irish singer and songwriter. ...


They have produced No Doubt's hits 'Hey Baby' and 'Underneath it All'. They also produced some tracks off Suggs first album 'The Lone Ranger' including the hit version of Cecilia featuring Louchie Lou and Michie One which sold over 500,000 copies in the UK alone. No Doubt is an American pop/ska/rock band. ... Suggs can refer to: Graham McPherson, British ska musician nicknamed Suggs. ... Cecilia is a song by Simon and Garfunkel, from their 1970 album Bridge Over Troubled Water. ...


After 30 years together, they still tour and record relentlessly. Their last US tour was with Tony Rebel and Half Pint, during the Spring of 2005. During the Summer of 2005, they toured Europe and the UK with Bunny Rugs, lead singer for Third World. During the Fall of 2005 they were on the road with Sinéad O'Connor and in August 2006, they appeared with Don Carlos at the Reggae on the River Festival. Sinéad Marie Bernadette OConnor (born December 8, 1966) is an Irish singer and songwriter. ...


They have produced several new Jamaican artists for their TAXI label, including Kibaki, Mynimoo and Zennlocc, as well as confirmed superstars such as Elephant Man. They have also recorded with their original group, the Revolutionaries, to produce Horace Andy's new album "Livin' it up". They recently signed to their TAXI label the lovers rock sensation Bitty McLean and plan to record an album with Bitty during the Fall of 2006.


Individual details

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Partial Discography

Artist Title Year Label
Barry Reynolds I Scare Myself 1982 Island
Beenie Man Maestro 1996 Shocking Vibes
Black Uhuru Positive 1987 Greensleeves
Black Uhuru Brutal 1986 Greensleeves
Black Uhuru Anthem 1984 Island
Black Uhuru The Dub Factor 1983 Island
Black Uhuru Chill Out 1982 Island
Black Uhuru Tear It Up 1982 Island
Black Uhuru Red 1981 Island
Black Uhuru Sinsemilla 1980 Island
Black Uhuru Showcase 1979 Virgin
Bob Dylan Infidels 1983 CBS
Brent Dowe My Everything unkn Circulation Music/Records
Bunny Wailer Food/Serious Things 1986 Solomonic
Bunny Wailer Dubdisco 1980 Solomonic
Bunny Wailer Marketplace 1984 Solomonic
Bunny Wailer sings The Wailers 1980 Solomonic Island
Bunny Wailer Roots Radics Rockers Reggae 1983 Shanachie
Chaka Demus & Pliers Tease Me 1993 Mango
Chaka Demus & Pliers For every kinda people 1996 Island
Charlie Chaplin Que Dem 1986 Powerhouse
Cornell Campbell Follow Instructions 1982 Mobiler
Culture Two sevens Clash 1978 Lightning Records
Culture Harder than the Rest 1978 Virgin
Cutty Ranks Can I Touch U Baby 1999 Circulation Music/Records
Dennis Brown Brown Sugar 1988 RAS
Foundation Heart feel it 1989 Island
Frankie Paul Strictly ReggaeMusic 1983 Londisc
Grace Jones Living my Life 1982 Island
Grace Jones Nightclubbing 1981 Island
Grace Jones Warm Leatherette 1980 Island
Gregory Isaacs Showcase 1980 Taxi
Gregory Isaacs Cool Ruler 1978 Virgin
Gregory Isaacs Soon Forward 1979 Virgin
Gwen Guthrie Gwen Guthrie 1982 Island
Half Pint In fine Style 1982 Sunset
Half Pint Victory 1988 RAS
Half Pint Greetings 1987 Jet Star
Half Pint showcase w. Michael Palmer 1986 Greensleeves
Half Pint/Junior Delgado I want your love 1987 Powerhouse
Herbie Hancock Rockit 12 inch maxi 1983 CBS
Home T4 Sly & Robbie present 1984 Taxi
Ian Dury Lord Upminister 1981 Polydor
Ini Kamoze Pirate 1986 Island
Ini Kamoze Statement 1985 Island
Ini Kamoze Ini Kamoze 1984 Island
Jacob Miller Jacob Killer Miller 1980 Island
Jimmy Cliff Follow My Mind 1975 Warner
Jimmy Riley Rhythm Driven 1981 Island
Joe Cocker Sheffield Steel 1982 Island
Junior Reid One Blood 1990 unknown
Kazumi Watanabe Mobo 2 1983 Gramavision Records
Kazumi Watanabe Mobo 1 1982 Gramavision
Linval Thompson Starlight 1988 Mango
Linval Thompson Linvall 1977 Vista Sounds
Linval Thompson Rockers From Channel One 1979 Trojan
Mad Cobra Hard to wet, Easy to dry 1992 Columbia
Material The Third Power 1991 Axiom
Material Seven Souls 1989 Island
Matisyahu Jerusalem (Out Of The Darkness Comes Light) 2006 JDub
Maxi Priest Maxi 1987 Virgin
Michael Franti and Spearhead Yell Fire! 2006 Anti
Michael Palmer showcase w. Half Pint 1986 Greensleeves
Michael Rose X-uhuru 1998 Tabou 1 / Taxi
Mick Jagger She's the Boss 1985 CBS
Mighty Diamonds Unruly Pickney 1982 MR
Mighty Diamonds Tell Me What Wrong 1980 JIL
Mighty Diamonds Vital Selection 1981 Virgin
Mighty Diamonds Money Love 1982 Powerhouse
Mighty Diamonds Backstage 1982 Music Works
Mighty Diamonds Dubwise 1982 Music Works
Monty Alexander meets Sly and Robbie 2000 Telarc
Peter Tosh Wanted Dread and Alive 1980 EMI
Peter Tosh Live at Montreux 1979
Peter Tosh Mystic Man 1979 EMI
Peter Tosh Bush Doctor 1978 Rolling Stones
Peter Tosh Equal Rights 1977 Columbia
Prince Far I Cry Tuff Dub encounter II 1979 Virgin's Front Line
Prince Jammy Kamikaze Dub 1996 Trojan
Prince Jammy A Dub Extravaganza 1992 Charley
Revolutionaires Goldmine Dub 1979 Greensleeves
Revolutionaries Outlaw Dub 1979 Trojan
Revolutionaries Dutch Man Dub 1978 Burning Vibrations
Rico Man from Wareika 1977 Island
Ronnie Davis Crucial 1978 Big Mac Soul Power
Serge Gainsbourg Negusa Nagast 1981 Polygram
Serge Gainsbourg Mauvaises nouvelles des etoiles 1981 Phillips
Serge Gainsbourg au Palace 1980 Phillips
Serge Gainsbourg Aux Armes 1979 Phillips
Shabba Ranks A Mi Shabba 1995 Epic
Sly and Robbie Sounds of Taxi 1984 Taxi
Sly and Robbie Sly & Robbie 1999 Rhino
Sly and Robbie presents Sound of Taxi 3 1987 Taxi
Sly and Robbie Sixties Seventies and Eighties 1991 Mango
Sly and Robbie Sound of Sound 1991 Pow Wow
Sly and Robbie Taxi Fare 1987 Heartbeat
Sly and Robbie present Taxi Christmas 1998 RAS
Sly and Robbie Ragga Pon Top 1993 Pow Wow
Sly and Robbie Two Rhythms Clash 1989 RAS
Sly and Robbie Massive 1999 nyc music
Sly and Robbie Many Moods of 1994 Sonic Sounds
Sly and Robbie Hits 1978-1990 1990 Sonic Sounds
Sly and Robbie Friends 1998 Island
Sly and Robbie Mambo Taxi 1997 Island
Sly and Robbie Drum and Bass Strip to the Bone 1999 Palm Pictures
Sly and Robbie Hail up Taxi 2 1998 Tabou1 / Taxi
Sly and Robbie Hail up the Taxi 1996 Island
Sly and Robbie Mysteries of Creation 1996 Axiom
Sly and Robbie meet King Tubby 1996 House of Reggae
Sly and Robbie The Punishers 1996 Island
Sly and Robbie present Mykall Rose 1995 Taxi
Sly and Robbie Funkcronomicon 1995 Axiom
Sly and Robbie Remember Precious Times 1992 RAS Taxi
Sly and Robbie Dub Rockers Delight 1991 Magnum Music Group
Sly and Robbie DJ Riot 1990 Island
Sly and Robbie Dubs for Tubs 1990 Rohit
Sly and Robbie Silent Assassin with KRS-ONE and BDP 1989 Island
Sly and Robbie The Summit 1988 Greensleeves
Sly and Robbie present Gregory Isaacs 1988 RAS
Sly and Robbie Rhythm Killers 1987 Island
Sly and Robbie Taxi Connection Live in London 1987 Island
Sly and Robbie The Sting 1986 Moving Target
Sly and Robbie Electro Reggae 1986 Island
Sly and Robbie Language Barrier 1985 Island
Sly and Robbie A Dub Experience 1985 Island
Sly and Robbie Kings of Reggae 1983 Keystone
Sly and Robbie Crucial Reggae 1981 Island Mango
Sly and Robbie Present Taxi 1981 Island
Sly and the Revolutionaries Black Ash Dub 1978 Trojan
Sly Dunbar Simply Slyman 1978 Virgin Frontline
Sly Dunbar Sly Wicked and Slick 1979 Virgin
Sly Dunbar Sly-Go-Ville 1982 Island
Sugar Minott A True 1984 Arrival
Sugar Minott Buy Off The Bar 1983 Powerhouse
Sugar Minott Sugar & Spice 1990 RAS
Suggs The Lone Ranger 1995 WEA
The Itals Brutal out Deh 1981 Nighthawk
Toots Hibbert Toots in Memphis 1988 Island Mango
Various Music Works Showcase 1982 Music Works
Various Raiders of the Lost Dub 1981 Mango
Various Down in Jamaica 1990 Invitation
Various La Trenga 1997 VP
Wailing Souls Live On 1994 Island
Yami Bolo Freedom and Liberation 1998 Tabou 1 / Taxi
Yellowman Yellow like Cheese 1987 RAS
Michael Franti & Spearhead Yellfire! 2006 Boo Boo Wax

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Shanchie Records was founded in 1975 by Richard Nevins and Dan Collins. ... Chaka Demus is a Reggae musician. ... Mango Records were a subsidiary of Island Records, based in London. ... Gene Chaplin (unrelated to the creat comedian of the same name) is a Jamaican dancehall and ragga singer. ... Culture is a Jamaican roots rock reggae group founded in 1976. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Dennis Emmanuel Brown (February 1, 1957 – July 1, 1999) was a Jamaican reggae singer, who pioneered the lovers rock style of reggae. ... Categories: Possible copyright violations ... Cover of Grace Jones 1981 album Nightclubbing. ... Gregory Isaacs is a Reggae singer, born on 15 July 1951 in Denham Town, Kingston, Jamaica. ... Gwen Guthrie (July 14 (some sources say July 9) 1950 - February 3, 1999) was an American singer and songwriter, who also sang backing vocals for Aretha Franklin, Billy Joel, and Madonna among others, and wrote songs for Ben E. King and Roberta Flack. ... Junior Delgado was a reggae singer. ... Herbie Hancock Herbert Jeffrey Hancock (born April 12, 1940) is a jazz pianist and composer from Chicago, Illinois, USA. Hancock is one of jazz musics most important and influential pianists and composers. ... Ian Dury, in a look combining Gene Vincent with a Cockney pearly king. ... Polydor Records is a record label once headquartered in Germany. ... Ini Kamoze (EYE-nee ka-MO-zee; IPA ) (born 9 October 1957 in Port Maria, St. ... Jacob Miller Jacob Miller (May 4, 1952 – March 23, 1980) was a Jamaican Reggae artist who died very young in a car accident, cutting abruptly short a promising career that had already taken young Jacob from yard (Jamaica) to an international record deal with Island Records. ... Jimmy Cliff, real name James Chambers (born April 1, 1948, in St Catherines, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae musician, best known among mainstream audiences for songs like Many Rivers to Cross from The Harder They Come, a film soundtrack which helped break reggae into markets across the world. ... Warner Bros. ... Joe Cocker Joe Cocker (born John Robert Cocker, May 20, 1944) is a rock/blues musician. ... Kazumi Watanabe was born on October 14, 1953 in Tokyo, Japan. ... Trojan Records Trojan Records is a label specialising in ska,rocksteady,reggae and dub music. ... Material (formed 1979) is a musical group led by bass guitarist Bill Laswell. ... Axiom was a record label founded by musician Bill Laswell in 1989, with the support of Chris Blackwell. ... For the 2nd century Jewish high priest of the Maccabees, see Mattathias. ... JDub Records is a non-profit record company located in New York, NY. JDub records Supported By Joshua Venture Fellowship Natan Fund UJC/JESNA’s Bikkurim Incubator for new Jewish ideas Artists Balkan Beat Box Matisyahu So Called The LeeVees External Links JDub Records Categories: | ... Maxi Priest (born Max Alfred Elliott on June 10, 1960) is a reggae singer from England. ... Michael Franti publicity photo Michael Franti (born April 21, 1966, in Oakland, California) is an African, Irish, and German American poet, musician, and composer. ... This page may meet Wikipedias criteria for speedy deletion. ... Born in Kingston, Jamaica on July 11, 1957, Michael Rose was fortunate enough to be introduced to music as a teenager by his older brother Joseph. ... Mick Jagger, 1995 Sir Michael Philip Mick Jagger (born 26 July 1943) is an English rock musician, actor, songwriter, record and film producer and businessman. ... Mighty Diamonds - Jamaican Vocal Group This page is a candidate for speedy deletion. ... Monty Alexander (born Montgomery Bernard Alexander on June 6, 1944) in Kingston, Jamaica) is an American pianist. ... Peter Tosh (October 9, 1944 – September 11, 1987) was a pioneer reggae musician. ... Rolling Stones Records is the record label formed by The Rolling Stones in 1970, after their recording contract with Decca Records expired. ... Prince Far I Prince Far I (1945–1983) was a reggae producer and singer and a Rastafarian who was born in Spanish Town, Jamaica. ... King Jammy, born Lloyd James in Kingston, Jamaica), and worked as Prince Jammy together with King Tubby. ... Rico in 2002 Emmanuel Rodriguez (Rico, Reco, El Reco) (born October 17, 1934 in Kingston, Jamaica) was the (nearly) undisputed best trombonist of early Jamaican music. ... Serge Gainsbourg (April 2, 1928 – March 2, 1991) was a French poet, singer-songwriter, actor and director. ... PolyGram was the name from 1972 of the major label recording company started by Philips as a holding company for its music interests in 1945. ... Shabba Ranks was the (internationally) most popular dancehall artist before Shaggy. ... Palm Pictures is a US based entertainment company owned and run by Chris Blackwell. ... Sugar Minnott (born May 25, 1956) is a Jamaican singer. ... Suggs Suggs (born Graham McPherson on 13 January 1961 in Hastings), is a British singer, best known as a vocalist of the popular second wave ska band, Madness. ... Frederick Toots Hibbert (born 1946) is a legendary Ska and roots reggae singer and leader of the reggae band Toots and the Maytals. ... Yellowman (born Winston Foster in Negril, Jamaica in 1959) is a Jamaican ragga and dancehall deejay. ... Spearhead is a band with Michael Franti and Radio Active. ...

External links

  • Official website
  • Fan website with a searchable discography database
  • Sly and Robbie on Myspace

  Results from FactBites:
 
Music of Jamaica - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2339 words)
Other popular music forms that arose during the period include:
Sly and Robbie's rockers reggae, which drew on Augustus Pablo's melodica playing became popular with a stable of artists including The Mighty Diamonds and The Gladiators.
Joe Gibbs' mellower rockers reggae, including Culture and Dennis Brown
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