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I found a couple of references to Trevor in existing articles on the Island records and Reggae Greats pages. As I knew Trevor personally in the 90s, I can start a page on him if he's considered worth knowing. His knowledge of the Island archives is second to none, but as he hasn't worked at Island since the turn of the century, may be that's irrelevant now? Anyway, just thought I'd offer.