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REGGAE SOUND SYSTEM LIST (BACK IN THE REAL DAYS..)

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Interesting line up of names there. Can anyone tell me why Hi Fi is added to so many names, does this originate from anything?
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more likely to be fashoinable at that time..
Early sounds used 'Count' 'Duke' 'Downbeat' then the trend changed to 'Jah' as the cultural 70's sound emerged.
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Opinion correct WarVet
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plus some wanted a more high quality sound, a bit more high fidelity.
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Not forgetting all the sounds using 'Lord'..
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A couple of sounds from Slough, Chemist, Sufferer's Choice(Sufferer's still playing today).
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Originally posted by burningbush burningbush wrote:

plus some wanted a more high quality sound, a bit more high fidelity.


There are still a lot of newer sound who use "hi fi" in their name, but it is funny that there are also a few who call themselves "low fi".

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you forgot
Earthquake (from Brixton London)
Scorpion ( from Croydon London)
Govenor ( from Tooting London)

and others that i cant remember Big smile
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I might have asked this somewhere before, but my first Reggae customer was a guy named Donavan. This was at the start of the '80's. I remember him bringing some of his crew along with his system to A/B test with my latest offerings. He had a Sansui pre-amp and huge great Sansui amps. Everything was hand wired onto terminals in his boxes.  I have never known what happened to him, he may have gone back to Jamaica of somewhere more exotic, who knows. Anyway does anyone remember this guy?
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Lord Rocket (manchester) & Count Leroy (manchester) hasn't been mentioned they run the sound in manchester in the 70s and 80s
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