Reggae singer Lloyd Robinson recorded a number of songs for Studio One starting in 1963. He later went on to cut sides for many Jamaican producers including Duke Reid, Lloyd Daley, Sir JJ and more. Robinson was a member of the late '60s rock-steady group the Tartans with Cedric Myton (who would later start the Congos), sang duets with Glen Brown and was half of the duo Lloyd and Devon, which had a hit for Derrick Morgan's Hop label, "Red Bum Ball." ~ Joslyn LaynePortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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