The Jamaican house band for producer Clancy Eccles during the early reggae years of the late 60s and early 70s, the Dynamites backed numerous Clan Disc artists, such as Eccles himself, Cynthia Richards and pioneer DJ King Stitt. Their lineup fluctuated, though its nucleus was Winston Wright (organ, piano), Hux Brown (guitar), Jackie Jackson (bass), Gladstone Anderson (piano) and Paul Douglas (drums). This combo, with added saxophones, recorded Fire Corner in 1969, a unique set of moody reggae instrumentals that also included King Stitt on the title track and ‘Vigorton 2’.
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