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Singers & Players were a reggae collective made up of vocalists and musicians associated with Adrian Sherwood's On-U Sound Records. They recorded 5 albums between 1981-1988. Comprising of artists such as Bim Sherman, Prince Far I and Mikey Dread they were regarded as something of a Dub music supergroup. There was never any fixed line up to the group and many different artists featured on each track and each album.

Discography

Studio Albums

Compilation Albums




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