• How the Heptones' "Book of Rules" became a classic (article)

    From Jason Gross@21:1/5 to All on Sun Oct 1 18:23:02 2023

    In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever <https://www.furious.com/perfect/index1023.html>, you'll find (among other things):

    How "Book of Rules" Became A Reggae Classic, Eric Doumerc
    "The Heptones were a Jamaican harmony trio who rose to popularity during the rocksteady era of the mid 1960's thanks to a series of recordings for Clement 'Coxsone' Dodd's Studio One label before moving on to reggae and becoming one of the top groups in
    that category. The original trio was composed of Leroy Sibbles on lead vocals and Barry Llewellyn and Earl Morgan on harmony. The Heptones stayed at Studio One until 1971 and then worked with various producers like Joe Gibbs, Harry Mudie, and Harry
    Johnson (Harry J)."

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