CURRENT MUSICIANS IN THE ALPHARIAN’S HALL OF FAME:
Dizzy Reece his real name, "Alphonso" was born January 5, 1931 in Kingston, Jamaica, he attended the Alpha Boys School with "classmates Wilton "Bogey" Gaynair and Joe Harriott". He switched from baritone sax to the trumpet at 14. A full-time musician from age 16, he moved to London in 1948 and spent the 1950s working in Europe, much of that time in Paris.
He played with Don Byas, Kenny Clarke, Frank Foster and Thad Jones, among others. Winning praise from the respected Miles Davis and Sonny Rollins, he emigrated to New York City in 1959. Dizzy Reece is another Alpharian trumpeter with a distinctive sound and compositional style like no other.
1954 - Admitted into Alpha Boys School
1956 - Scholarship to Cathedral Choir School under Father Healey
1957 - Won first prize on the "Vere Johns Opportunity Hour"
1958 - Turned professional, after two years of entertaining and winning many talent shows, and working with Big Band Bertie King.
1960 - Joined Byron Lee and the Dragonaires as lead vocalist.
1961 - 1963 - Released first single with the band (baby) a song he penned himself. Many stage shows with overseas artists; the likes of the Drifters, Chuck Jackson, Dionne Warwick, Ray Charles, Sammy Davis Jr., Sam Cooke, Ben E King; just to name a few. Toured with the band around the Caribbean Islands. Produced and wrote second single, "My Darling", which was a big hit. Left the band at the end of the year to go solo.
1964 - Started to record for Studio One, big hit with " Baby Come on Home", "You’re Mine" a duet with Marcia Griffiths. Toured the Caribbean and South America solo.
1965 - 1966 - Toured Central America and the Bahamas. Big hit "Only a Fool Breaks His Own Heart".
1966 - Leaves Jamaica for USA and Canada doing cabaret shows and clubs.
1968 - Toured the UK for the first time for one year. Released first L.P> - "Tony Gregory Sings".
1971 - Records two singles in the UK, "Bouncing All Over the World" and "Who Turned the World Around’, for the Trojan and Island record labels.
1972 - Moved to Germany
1973 - 1975 - First Million seller single "He". Toured all over Europe. Second L.P. "One More Time". Toured Europe and the rest of the World.
1976 - Made third L.P., "Let Me Be Me."
1982 - Made fourth L.P. "Now" with hits "Gypsy Girl" and "It’s Alright with Me".
1986 - Made fifth L.P., "Comin’ on Strong" with hits "For Love of You", "Let’s Come Together" and ""I Need it Now".
1992 - Made sixth L.P., "In Paradise", with hits "Angela" and "In Paradise".
1996 - made an album with Boris Gardiner, "Stepping Out" with hits "What’s Your name" and "Stepping Out."
Tony then moved back to Jamaica setting up his publishing company "Sunland Music" and entertainment company, "Gregory Entertainment Limited’. Tony now concentrates on controlling music copyrights, not only songs that he composed himself but also from other composers. Tony also has a publishing company in Germany, TeeGee Songs which he has had from 1976. After not performing for some time, Tony is now doing Shows again both in Jamaica and Overseas.
Winston Foster, A.K.A. King Yellowman is a graduate of the world renowned Alpha Boys’ School in Kingston Jamaica, as a child in Alpha Boys School Winston Foster/Whiteman hs always have a keen interest in music, he could be seen sitting under a tree on the southern side of the playing field to avoid the heat of the sun, singing to himself for hours on end because of his albinism. Foster was a lover of those classical musical movies that Sister Ignatius would show to us boys in school, you know the ones where people break out in song and dance such as The Sound of Music, My Fair Lady, Oliver etc, those musicals has taken a sentimental part in his heart, Winston Foster was always a loner and a proud young man in school and not one to be taken lightly; he was cheeky chap fill with confidence and pride.
It comes as no surprise to us Alpharians who knows the talent of Winston Foster/Whiteman when he gained national recognition after he won the Tastee Talent Competition in Jamaica, and goes on to becomes Jamaica’s first dancehall superstar, his rise to stardom also led to him becoming Jamaica’s first DJ to signed a major-label deal with CBS Records, he was the first Jamaican dancehall artist/DJ to be nominated for a Grammy he was also the first Jamaican dancehall artist/DJ to collaborate with US rap artiste such as Run DMC, NWA, Public Enemy, Doug-E-Fresh and many other international artist.
Leroy Smart/the "DON was educated at the world famous and legendary Alpha Boys School in Kingston Jamaica. Alpha has produce some of Jamaica most talented singer such as the legendary Owen Gray, Tony Gregory, Joe White, Johnny Osbourne to name but a few, Leroy Smart learnt to sing at an early age in Alpha Boys School under the tutelage of the late Alpharian Mr. Lennie Hibbert with school mates like Richard Hall/Dirty Harry, Ervin Lloyd/Alla, Douglas Guthrie, Vin Gordon and others, his musical experience in Alpha as a boy has provide him with that distinctive vocal stile that make his voice stand out among all other Jamaican singers.
Leroy Smart status in Jamaica as the Musical "DON" is will respected he is rated among the very best of Jamaica’s most prolific songwriters and performer on stage in the musical community with many of his classic hits like Mother Liza, Ballistic Affair, Badness No Pay, Mr. Smart and others. With over 35 years in the music business and about 30 albums to his credit he has now turn to producing so we can expect far more for the future from the "DON"
Johnny Osbourne a graduate of the world-renowned Alpha Boys School in Kingston Jamaica, the mecca of Jamaica’s music as a boy he grew among some of the best of Jamaica’s musical talents in Alpha Boys School. Johnny is a part of the musical fraternity that established the foundation upon which Jamaica’s dancehall/reggae music exists today, with songs like Warrior, Come Back Darling, Truth & Rights, Reasons, Jah Promise, Sing Jah Stylee, Water Pumping, Ice Cream Love, and many, many others that is appreciated by reggae music lovers all over the world.
Johnny Osbourne is ranks among Jamaica’s greasiest reggae singers of all times. This Alpharian style and voice is without equal, Johnny's musical talents transcend generations to generations and show no signs of letting up, from soulful reggae to a massive dancehall hits, Johnny Osbourne’s voice filled with conviction and yearning is one of the Jamaica’s best artists. With more than 3 decades in the music business his voice, sound and style is distinct and fresh as ever.
Lester Sterling a.k.a. "Mr. Versatile" A founding member of The Skatalites born January 31,1936 in Jamaica a graduate of the world renowned Alpha Boys School in Kingston Jamaica, Alto saxophone player writer and arranger, and a former member of the Jamaica Military Band after leaving the Military Band Lester Sterling his musical career as a trumpet player for Val Bennett’s Band in 1957 he also play with Bryon Lee and the Dragonaries as a trumpeter and countless other bands in Jamaica. Lester Sterling was awarded the Order of Distinction on November 16, 1998 for his distinguish contribution to Jamaica’s Music.
Lester Sterling aka Mr. Versatile, have performed on every continent and can be easily describe as one of the forefather of Jamaican Music from Ska, Rocksteady to Reggae he is one of the Alpharians most outstanding Musicians. Lester Sterling is today still playing with the Skatalites as one of the original members.
Johnny Moore a.k.a. "Dizzy Moore" A founding member of The Skatalites and a graduate of the world renowned Alpha Boys School in Kingston Jamaica, he is commonly overshadowed by other well-known band members and Alpharians such as Don Drummond, Tommy McCook or Lester Sterling. Johnny Moore have a incredible ear for musice, as a child Morre recalls wanted to play music from a early age when he heard a friend of his playing his instrument (Drums) he ask his friend where he learn to play his Drums like that, the boy said Alpha Boys School, Two years later Johnny Moore was a pupil at the most famous music school in Jamaica Alpha Boys School. "Alpha the beginning" Johnny "Dizzy" Moore emerge as one of the best studio recording musician of the 60’s in Jamaica a prime influence in the Creation of Sks, Jamaica’s Musice.
One of the four original Alpharians harns men in the Skatalites "Dizzy" Moore learn Priting, Electronics and Music as part of his academical training at Alpha Boys School in Jamaica, he was also a student at Bennett’s College in England where he was awarded a prize for the best Electronic Engineer, he was a bit upset because he wanted the prize for musice.
Cedric "Im" Brooks Born in Jamaica a Musical arranger and band leader and a graduate of the world renowned Alpha Boys School in Kingston Jamaica, Cedric is arguable the most innovative saxophone player in the history of Jamaica’s music. His mind-blowing way of fusing jazz, Afro-beat, funk and Latin with reggae has set him apart as a true Alpharian pioneer in Jamaica’s music like his predecessor Don Drummond, Tommy McCook, Lester Sterling and Johnny "Dizzy" Moore of The Skatalites, he radically altered the limits and expectation of what geggae music could sound like.
Cedric Brooks didn’t choose to make Ska, Rock-steady or Reggae he got consumed by the dancehall cultre in Jamaica that celebrated them. Cedric always wanted to play jazz and African music he love the pop-fusion of South African trumpet player Hugh Masakela and the Afro-beat of Nigerian Fela Kuti. Cedric has spent some time in Jamaica as Director of Coxson’s legendary Studio One house band, he is also the co-founder of the Mystic Revelation of Rastafari, a brass-and drums ensemble that specialized in the Island of Jamaica’s enlightened folk music and coulture.
Tropic Entertainment, Ltd. was founded by Floyd Lloyd in 1970 as a music publishing company that continues to see chart successes worldwide. The company publishes over 500 titles composed and produced by new and veteran artists. A Singer/songwriter, pianist and music publisher Floyd Lloyd Seivright was born in St. Ann, Jamaica. He began his musical career at the age of twelve at the Alpha Boys’ School in Kingston Jamaica,
Over the years, Floyd Lloyd has worked extensively with Rico Rodriquez. Both Rico and renowned Jamaican guitarist Ernest Ranglin are featured on many tracks of Floyd's recent releases, most notably VILLAGE SOUL and MANGO BLUES. VILLAGE SOUL, Tropic's instrumental album, features some of the last known performances of the late vibraphonist Lennie Hibbert.
Floyd Lloyd uniquely fuses the sounds of Ska, Reggae, and jazz like no other artist. On TEAR IT UP: The Ska Album, he recorded with musicians from New Orleans, Jamaica and London, notably The Potato 5, Red Cloud and the New Orleans Jazz Stars creating a natural marriage between New Orleans brass and Jamaican rhythms.
After living in England for 24 years, Floyd is currently residing in New York. As a veteran of Euro-reggae/ska scene, he is established as a prolific singer and composer with hits like the Mighty Diamond's "Sweet lady" and Potato 5's "Big City" and "Jesse Jackson". "Floyd Lloyd and the Potato Five with Laurel Atkin" was the first ska album released on Sony Records in Japan and Asia. As well, he is featured on several compilation albums: Ska Stars of the 80's, This is Reggae Volume 1 & 2, united Colors of Ska and KMP's The Reggae Album.
Floyd Lloyd Seivright was the first West Indian songwriter to be exclusively signed to EMI/KPM Music Publishing, producing reggae songs for use in film and television productions. In the seventies, he founded Tropic Entertainment ltd., a music publishing company that continues to see chart successes worldwide. His catalogue includes Justin Hinds, Lennie Hibbert, Ernest Ranglin, Kareem Baaqi and himself and is administrated by Warner Chappell/Basart in Europe.
Joseph "JO-JO" Bennett officially began his musical career at the age of 10 when he enrolled at Alpha Boys' School in Kingston, Jamaica to begin formal studies in Jazz and the Classics. He began playing the drums but made a voluntary switch soon after to playing the trumpet. He became very proficient in musical theory in general and a long time before graduation he was allowed by the Institution to instruct new arrivals in musical theory and practice. After graduation he played as lead trumpeter with the Jamaica Military Band for quite a while. His classical music involvement after training was short as JO-JO was being aggressively pursued to perform on the Pop Circuit by the Caribbean leading orchestras. JO-JO Bennett left the Military Band to perform on Jamaica's North Coast but was courted by the island's leading orchestra Byron Lee & the Dragonnaires and he recorded several albums with them before choosing to stay in Canada after the group’s impressive show at Expo 67.
Once settled in Toronto, JO-JO organized his first Canadian performing group called "The Fugitives" whose home base was the West Indian Federation Club in Toronto. In the seventies and eighties Bennett was involved in many musical venture in Canada (Toronto) and was the prime mover behind the establishment of the first (and only) Black controlled music school. At this time instructions in the Reggae music genre was introduced under his tutelage. In 1970 while on hiatus in his homeland Jamaica, Bennett released his first and only album "Groovey Joe" while performing live and doing studio work for numerous record companies. He had several single disc hits while at home, his most memorable "Leaving Rome" thus establishing his talent on an international level. He returned to Canada in the late seventies and shortly after in 1979 registered his music label "BUNJO". JO-JO Bennett is currently the leader (Guru) of the Toronto based Pop-Reggae band "The Sattalites", a band that is the winner of numerous music awards including a Juno in 1990. A 'rabble-rouser' as he as been dubbed by music critics, this entertainer still has the exuberance and charm of a youth just discovering music. To meet and talk with the veteran off stage however, he provides no insight at all as to his on stage 'rabble rousing', he becomes deeply introverted and on-exhibitionist. If asked about his plans for the future he states "I just take it one day at a time"
Tony Greene Saxophonist, Producer and Arranger musical taste and style should come as no surprise to anyone who know Jamaicans Musicians, like Tommy McCook, 'Deadly' Headley Bennett, Cedric "Im" Brooks and Lester Sterling, Tony Greene's Life has been one long musical journey. Greene's formative years where he learned and developed his musical skills was at world renowned and famous Alpha Boys School and the musical influences of that experience provided him with a very real sense of style and originality. That you only get from an ALPHARIAN musician his horn technique is typically the style of a ALPHARIAN he blow a Mean Groovy Rocking Sax like Richard "Dirty Harry" Hall and Tommy McCook.
Greene spends a six-year stint in the Jamaica Military Band. In the military, Greene fine-tuned the practical side of his craft at the Royal College of Music in London where composers Trevor Sharpe and Henry Mancini were among his tutors. Mr. Greene embracing the pop culture in, Jamaica first joins the Bare Essentials Band before moving on to the jazz-based Sonny Bradshaw Seven. After a stint with Bradshaw, Greene again switched gears to the roots movement when he signed up with the Roots Radics unit who were then backing singer Gregory Isaacs. But it was with Lloyd Parkes and We The People Band that Greene has made most impact. As part of singer Dennis Brown's official band, Greene has helped to break reggae in areas where the music was unknown - from Greece to the South Pacific and beyond.
While working on his own albums he still found time to record with other artistes including the renowned Riddim Twins, Sly and Robbie, on whose Grammy-winning "Friends" album he played. Some of Greene’s albums are Mean Greene, Grooving Sax, Evolution and Square from Cuba.
Headley Bennett Internationally renowned Jamaican saxophonist played for "Studio One Band" as a featured saxophonist. This band was primarily responsible for dozens of the greatest Reggae songs of all time. They backed every great artist of the '70's, including: The Wailers, Freddie McGregor, Dennis Brown, and Gregory Isaacs etc. Headley Bennett received the Order of Distinction for the Government of Jamaica for his contribution to Jamaica music and entertainment.
His first solo album (35 Years from Alpha) incidentally, refers to the fact that the album was recorded 35 years after he left the world renowned and prestigious Alpha Boys School in Kingston Jamaica is no coincident, like his alumni Don Drummond, Tommy McCook, Rico Rodriguez and Owen Gray, Headley Bennett was one of the driving force behind Coxson’s "Studio One Band this man is responsible for so many hits that comes out of studio One the original instrumental "Satta Massagana" is an example of how Deadly this ALAPHARIAN can be on a Saxophone, recognizing the fact that Alpha Boys School Is the cradle for instrumental music in Jamaica and also produce some of Jamaica best vocalist its no wander he name is first solo album after his beloved School.
"I wash to thank and make special mention of The Alpha Boys School, in Kingston, Jamaica, which is historically known for producing many of the countries most famed reggae stars... They did so much for me..."- 'Deadly' Headley Bennett.
David Madden has been around the musical globe and back. An old Alpha boy and past Jamaica Military Band member, Madden has "played with and supported everyone" from the Skatalites to Lucky Dube, Bounty Killer to Gilberto Gil, Bob Andy, Los Caballeros and Jimmy Cliff. He was a member of the legendary Zap Pow, known for songs like Mystic Mood, This Is Reggae, Scandal Corner and Sweet Loving Love.
"When I come to play music, I leave my airs behind. [In this group] I feel like a musician - good." he said.
BOBBY ELLIS (Trumpeter) - Ellis first took up the trumpet in 1941 at the Alpha Boys School. Ellis started recording at Studio One in the early 1960s; he remembers his first time on record being his own composition, Cyrus, with the Mighty Vikings band before going on to work on hit songs by The Wailers (Lonesome Feeling), There's a Reward (Joe Higgs) and I've Got to Go Back Home by Bob Andy. Most of Ellis' time at Studio One was spent as horn arranger. After leaving Clement Dodd's studio, Ellis became a part of Trinidadian guitarist Lynn Taitt's band, The Jets, which also included fellow Alpharians saxophonists Headley "Deadly Headley" Bennett Ellis' reputation as a trumpeter and arranger had grown by the dawn of the 1970s when reggae was growing in stature. It was during this period that some of his best work can be heard, particularly on Burning Spear's landmark Marcus Garvey and Man in The Hills.
LEROY "HORSEMOUTH" WALLACE (Drummer/Actor) - Veteran session drummer, Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace, played the lead role of a struggling musician in Rockers the movie who decides to meet the system head-on after years of being ripped off by record producers and distributors. Horsemouth" Wallace is one of reggae's foremost drummers. His patterns can be heard on classics such as The Abyssinians' Sattamassagana and Burning Spear's Marcus Garvey. Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace and (the late) Richard "Dirty Harry" Hall, are graduates of the Alpha Boys' School. Wallace says Rockers gave him his biggest payday in the entertainment business: $30,000.
Rico Rodriquez trombonists’ born October 17,1934 in Kingston Jamaica) is one of the most humblest of all Rasta-alpharians, the Man from wareika is a former graduate of the world famed and renowned Alpha Boys School in Kingston Jamaica, and like his predecessors and former school mates Berti King, Joe Horriott, Wilton "Buggy" Geynair, Hardly "Little G" McNair and Dizzy Reece etc., who all reside in the UK some tine ago and all played an important part in the development and advancement of British music from Jazz to modern popular music.
Rico as he is popularly know as contribute to the musical coulter of the UK, from playing with two-tone musical bands like The Specials to Jools Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra. Rico the Rasta from Alpha Boys School in Kingston Jamaica is undisputedly one of the best trombonists in the world at this moment in time, like his class mate and friend now decease, Don Drummond Rico Rodriquez Rico play the trombone like no other, his stile is berth taking and inspiriting, the man is a genius on the trombone, but if you was to ask him he will tell you he is not, Rico will tell you tails of other Alpharians Musicians who you would not have hear of that would make you wander, the man Rico is that humble, modest and meek. Rico’s most loved and Trish worked so far is "Man from Wareika".
Eddie "Tan Tan" Thornton born in Jamaica in 1932 another legendary talented Alpharian trumpeter who for years have woke with some of the best know musicians and recording artist in the UK like the legendary Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Georgie Fame, Boney M, Bob Marley, Jools Holland Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, Jazz Jamaica and the Jazz Warriors etc., etc.
Tan Tan trumpet technique and his creative imagination make him one of the most sorters after section musician in the UK and Europe, it is a pleasure to see and hear Tan Tan pass on some of his experience to other young musicians and recording artist. As a young musician at Alpha Boys School in Jamaica with his other class mates like Little G" McNair, Rico Rodriquez, Don Drummond and others Tan Tan has always love Jazz.
Tan Tan is a devoted lover and admirer of the late Sister Mary Ignatius RMS, Tan Tan would tell anyone and everyone how much the late Sister Mary Ignatius, was the inspirational guide and teacher who turned his life around as a child at the legendary world famed and renowned Alpha Boys School in Jamaica.
Listening to Tan Tan speak of our most beloved and legendary Jamaican born and bred nun the late and great Sister Mary Ignatius RMS, one can see and feels a sense of pride and passion from a person who feels fondness and kind regards towards another.
"Mr. Eddie "Tan Tan" Thornton is a representative and member of the Alpha Old Boys Association in the UK, and he can be contacted by our contact link on this web site".
Owen Gray, born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1939, was a child prodigy and one of the top-ranked singers in Reggae's early days. In 1959, Coxsone Dodd produced Gray's hit "On the Beach", one of the first songs lauding the sound system. Hit after hit followed like "Please Don't Let Me Go", "Runnin Round", "Jezebel", "Patricia", and Mash It".
In 1960, Chris Blackwell (Island Records) began his new label by signing Owen Gray. Gray was indeed one of the leading artist lights throughout this exhilarating decade in Reggae's history. Like Don Drummond, Tommy McCook, Lester Sterling and others, Gray was a multi-instrumental (drums, guitar, piano) graduate of the famous Alpha School music program. He was the pianist on The Folkes Brothers' original recording of "Oh Carolina" produced by Prince Buster and was a featured musician on several other significant pre-Ska recordings. But it's Gray's rare vocal quality that raised the standard for future generations of Reggae singers like Desmond Dekker, Bob Marley and Jimmy Cliff.
Influences from American R&B, Soul, and Gospel can be heard in Gray's eloquent vocal delivery. Recording with the Skatalites or the Caribs, Gray demonstrated his mastery of a wide range of singing styles whether teaming up with Ska icon Little Millie (of "My Boy Lollipop" fame) or delivering the profoundly moving "Sinners Gonna Weep". Gray moved to the UK in 1962, continuing to record in Jamaica through each new phase of the development of Reggae. In the 1970s he became known for his Lover's Rock and Roots Reggae sound, the creative vision behind the 'stick by me' riddim and went into the studio with inspired Dub producers Sly and Robbie resulting in the classic "Sly and Robbie present Owen Gray on Top" album. In the 1980s he recorded with several labels including Trojan and recently Trojan/Sanctuary released "Shook, Shimmy and Shake", a 2 CD compilation featuring Gray's greatest recorded gems.
Reportedly the last singer still performing from Jamaica's pre-Ska period, Gray continually brings the house down at festivals, concerts and club engagements in North America and UK/Europe.
Vin Gordon aka Trommie, Don D. Junior, born Aug. 4, 1949, in Jamaica is a gradudate of the world legendary Alpha Boy’s School in Kingston Jamaica, where he learned to play trombone and string bass by his talented music tutor the late Lennie Hibbert OD, and other students of school band. After graduating from Alpha Boy’s School he played with the Salvation Army band for a while in Montego Bay before he joined his other fellow school mates such as Headly Bennett, Cedric Brroks, Bobby Ellis and the notorious Leroy "Hourse-Mouth" Wallace etc., at Studio One and become a part of that well known backing band where he backed all the famous Jamaican artist from the Wailers to Burning Spare during the rock steady and reggae span.
While living in the UK He played and toured with the Wailers band for five years and work and toured with Aswad he is best known in the UK for his hit tune "Warrior Charge" with Aswad band. While in the UK Vin Gordon also work with his school mate record producer and song writer Mr. Milton Morris Moore of M&M MUSIC, Vin Gordon’s album "The Melody Moods of Vin Gordon" is one of his many project he did with M&M MUSIC, Vin Gordon is currently working on new materials with Alpharian producer Milton Morris Moore aka "Country Bop" of M&M MUSIC, Vin Gordon is now works and toured with the Skatalites. Mr. Vin Gordon is a representative and member of the Alpha Old Boys Association, and can be contacted by our contact link on this site".
IN MEMORY OF DON DRUMMOND
SQUARE FROM CUBA
TRUTHS AND RIGHTS
& Bobby Ellis
Jo Jo Bennett
& Rico Rodriguez
Alpha Boys Band “Come Dance with Me”
This C.D. was completed just before the death of Sister Mary Ignatius also known as ‘Iggy’ and recorded at the legendary Studio One studio with the late Coxsone Dodd’s assistance. So many legendary musicians and singers came from the Alpha Boys school in Kingston, Jamaica, too many to mention here. The school has been continuing the tradition of teaching music to the students. Purchasing this C.D. will help towards its ongoing work; it also makes a great and unusual gift. There is also a very nice coasters set with images of record labels owned by the school. Some have a.b.s. written in Iggy’s handwriting, check the website: www.alphaboysschool
Compiled with the support of the school & the Alpha Old Boys Association,
this collection celebrates the talents of 25 former Alpha Boys School students. The Alpha Boys School nurtured so many great Artists from Jazz to the Ska and Rock Steady to Reggae innovators. This is a terrific compilation by Trojan, a feast of glorious music from some of the greatest names in Jamaican music. The Alpha Boys School celebrated its 125th anniversary last year, May was named Alpha Boys School Month. The History of Alpha Boys is so important to the History of Jamaican Music; in fact they go hand in hand.
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