The Sound Dimensions

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The Sound Dimensions or Sound Dimension were a reggae band formed in 1967 in Kingston, Jamaica. They were the house band at Coxsone Dodd's Studio One, and were also credited as The Soul Brothers and The Soul Vendors. They backed Burning Spear on his debut album, Studio One Presents Burning Spear.

Members[edit]

Membership varied, however the following musicians played at various times.[1][2]

Bass[edit]

Lloyd Brevett, Festus "Earl Bagga" Walker, Leroy Sibbles, Brian Atkinson

Keyboards[edit]

Jackie Mittoo, Robbie Lyn, Denzel Laing, Lloyd 'Richard Ace' Richards, Paul Dixon (AKA Pablove Black), Roland Richard, Gladstone "Gladdy" Anderson

Saxophone[edit]

Cedric Brooks, Roland Alphonso, Karl Bryan, Carl McClacking, Ed Bennett, Dennis Campbell, Felix "Deadly Headly" Bennett, Herman Marquis

Trombone[edit]

Vin Gordon

Trumpet[edit]

Johnny "Dizzy" Moore, David Madden, Bobby Ellis

Drums[edit]

Lloyd Knibbs, Filberto "Fil" Callender, Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace, Joe Isaacs, Noel Alphonso

Guitar[edit]

Ernest Ranglin, Eric Frater, Val Whittaker, Jah Privy

Melodica[edit]

Monty Alexander, Paul Dixon (AKA Pablove Black)

Vocals[edit]

Alton Ellis, Freddie McKay, Leroy Sibbles

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