Carey Johnson

Carey Johnson

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Carey Johnson


b. c.1951, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Johnson initially worked at Coxsone Dodd's Studio One where he recorded, ‘Scorcher'. The success of his debut led to the predictably titled, ‘More Scorcher', but also the edifying ‘Call 1143' and the eloquent ‘Connection Train'. In the early 70s Johnson teamed up alongside Lloyd Young from the Groovers (best remembered for the hit, ‘I Want To Go Back Home'). The combination known as Carey And Lloyd embarked on sessions with Joe Gibbs, w... Read more

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