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Sound Dimension (previously named The Soul Vendors) was a Jamaican reggae band formed in 1967 in Kingston, Jamaica. They were the house band at Clement "Coxsone" Dodd's Studio One. They were named after a piece of studio equipment called the Sound Dimension. Their 1967 recorded track "Real Rock" became a famous riddim.
- Vocals: Leroy Sibbles
- Guitar: Eric Frater, Ernest Ranglin
- Bass; Boris Gardiner, Leroy Sibbles
- Keyboards: Richard Ace, Robbie Lyn, Jackie Mittoo
- Saxophone: Headley Bennett, Cedric Brooks, Karl Bryan
- Trombone: Vin Gordon
- Percussion: Fil Callender, Enid Campbell, Denzel Laing, Leroy Wallace
- Drums: Fil Callender, Joe Isaacs, Leroy Wallace
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