The Sound Dimensions

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Sound Dimension were a reggae band formed in 1967 in Kingston, Jamaica. They were the house band at Coxsone Dodd's Studio One. They were named after by a piece of studio equipment called the Sound Dimension.[1]

Members[edit]

Membership varied, however the following musicians played at various times.[2][3] Sound Dimension

Bass[edit]

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

Keyboards[edit]

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

Saxophone[edit]

Cedric Brooks, Roland Alphonso, Karl Bryan, Carl McClacking, Ed Bennett, Dennis Campbell, Headley Bennett, Herman Marquis

Trombone[edit]

Vin Gordon

Trumpet[edit]

Johnny "Dizzy" Moore, David Madden, Bobby Ellis

Drums[edit]

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

Guitar[edit]

Eric Frater, Val Whittaker, Jah Privy, Filberto "Fil" Callender

Melodica[edit]

Monty Alexander, Paul Dixon (AKA Pablove Black)

Vocals[edit]

Alton Ellis, Freddie McKay, Leroy Sibbles

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] The Rough Guide to Reggae, Steve Barrow, Peter Dalton, Rough Guides, 2004]
  2. ^ Albums by Sound Dimension
  3. ^ Discography