By: Rico Rodriguez (1990, Reggae). More albums from Rico Rodriguez: Togetherness by Rico Rodriguez. Rico’s Message by Rico Rodriguez. Rising In The East by Rico Rodriguez. Jama Rico by Rico Rodriguez. Reco In Reggae Land (Paying Tribute To Don Drummond) by Rico Rodriguez. Wareika Dub by Rico Rodriguez. That Man Is Forward by Rico Rodriguez. Unreleased Early Recordings: Shuffle & Boogie 1960 by Rico Rodriguez.
Rodríguez-López was born in Puerto Rico and grew up in El Paso, Texas, and spent some of his childhood in South Carolina. He began playing the bass at age 12, but then switched to guitar at 15 because he "needed more strings". It was during this time that Rodríguez-López met Cedric Bixler-Zavala while practicing with friend Paul Hinojos. Rodríguez-López played several live shows in Europe with his quintet, which in 2005 also included three members of The Mars Volta Group (Juan Alderete, Marcel Rodríguez-López and Adrián Terrazas-González) and Money Mark. It was the third full-length solo album by Rodríguez-López. It featured performances by Mars Volta members Cedric Bixler-Zavala, Marcel Rodríguez-López, Juan Alderete, Adrián Terrazas-González as well as cameos by Money Mark, John Frusciante, and John Theodore.
Emmanuel "Rico" Rodriguez MBE (17 October 1934 – 4 September 2015), also known as Rico, Reco or El Reco, was a Cuban-born Jamaican ska and reggae trombonist. He recorded with producers such as Karl Pitterson, Prince Buster, and Lloyd Daley. He was known as one of the first ska musicians. Beginning in the 1960s, he worked with The Members, the Specials, Jools Holland, and Paul Young.
Check out this clip with these 3 reggae legends reasoning on Jamaican music's golden er. The Small Axe Album Guide To Ragga 1. May 27, 2019 Writings. Featured. Three reggae legends reasonin. ust posted at the YouTube channel of IANKARECORDS – a few minutes of first-hand reggae history, courtesy of Dennis Alcapone and Dave Barker visiting with Bob Andy.
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Dave Barker started his singing career in the group Two Tones with his two friends Brenton Matthews and Fathead. Barker then sang for a short while with The Techniques alongside Winston Riley and Bruce Ruffin before forming the duo Glen And Dave together with Glen Brown. In 1969 Dave Barker went solo for the producer Lee Perry and had major success. In 1970 Dave teamed up with keyboard player Ansel Collins making the duo Dave & Ansel Collins.