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The Soulettes formed in Jamaica during the early 60s and comprised Rita Marley (b. Alpharita Anderson, Cuba), her cousin Constantine Walker (b. 19 October 1951, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies), and Marlene Gifford. In 1965, the trio performed as backing vocalists at Studio One and were coached there by a young Bob Marley. Some of the group's earliest work was in a supporting role for Lee Perry on a series of lewd songs such as, ‘Rub & Squeeze', ‘Doctor Dick', ‘Roast Duck' and ‘O... Read more

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