The Ethiopians

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The Ethiopians
Background information
Origin Jamaica
Genres Reggae, rocksteady, ska, Classic Roots
Years active 1963–Currently still active
Labels Ethiopians, Nile Valley Entertainment http://www.nilevalleymusic.com
Associated acts Ethiopians Now
Website www.etiopians.com
Members Neville Duncan, Cecil Hardy, Shirl Johnson
Past members Leonard Dillon
Steven Taylor
Neville Duncan
Albert Griffiths
Aston Morris
Melvin Reid

The Ethiopians is a ska, rocksteady, and reggae vocal group, founded by Leonard Dillon, Neville Duncan, Wally Booker and Harold Bishop in 1963. Stephen Taylor, Albert Griffiths and Aston Morris joined the group sometime later.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • Engine '54: Let's Ska and Rock Steady - (1968) - Jamaican Gold
  • Reggae Power - (1969)
  • Woman a Capture Man - (1970) - Trojan
  • Slave Call - (1977) - Heartbeat
  • Open The Gate Of Zion - (1978) - Channel One
  • Dread Prophecy - (1989) - Nighthawk
  • Let's Ska and Rock Steady - (1990) - VP Records
  • The World Goes Ska - (1992) - Trojan Records
  • Clap Your Hands - (1993) - Lagoon
  • Sir J.J. & Friends - (1993) - Lagoon
  • Owner Fer De Yard - (1994) - Heartbeat
  • Train to Skaville - (1999) - Charly
  • Tuffer Than Stone - (1999) - Warriors
  • Skaville Princess - (2000) - Dressed to Kill
  • Train to Skaville: Anthology 1966-1975 - (2002) - Trojan - compilation [1]

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