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    Clive Bright (2 December – August ), better known as Tenor Saw, was a Jamaican dancehall singjay in the s, considered one of the most influential singers of the early digital reggae boygarpcesapipatouskontgetdispcorte.coinfo best-known song was the hit "Ring the Alarm" on the "Stalag" riddim. Biography. Born in Victoria Jubilee Hospital, Kingston, Jamaica, Bright was raised as the .
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    Spanning the 70s and into the mids, this track offering gives a glimpse into the evolution of reggae to more digital and dancehall styles that come later, all with specially commissioned sleeve notes by Fashion Records head honcho Chris Lane. .
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    With "Parts Of The Puzzle", the long time star wanted to show off his range, which he duly does across 10 crisp and contemporary cuts. The production is reflective and shiny, with a range of rhythms that take in classic reggae ""Girl Like You"", funk ("Balloon") and deep dancehall ("Bring Back The Vibes (feat. Josey Wales)".
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    “One Blood” sits easily as an all-time dancehall anthem, renewable to every generation. Delroy “Junior” Reid wrote it in , after departing from the Grammy-nominated reggae hitmakers.
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dancehall Roots (The Birth Of Ragga Dancehall And Digital Reggae) on Discogs/5(4).
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    Saw's take on the seminal digital riddim "Stalag" became one of the riddim's best-known versions. "Pumpkin Belly" and the title track, "Fever," are dancehall hits with melodies that were eventually used to create Saw's (and dancehall's) late-'80s signature song, "Ring the Alarm."/5(18).
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    Digital Dancehall, Dancehall Roots Reggae, Dub. Descriptors Share: Tweet. Advertisement. Track listing. Tenor Saw - Pumpkin Belly. The first in a four double CD retrospective of the birth of digital reggae from the scenes pioneer and guiding light King Jammy. Jammy had a hugely impressive legacy already and he would have.
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    Juno Records Dancehall/Ragga bestsellers chart Eight Weeks.