Naggo Morris

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Although Dolphin "Naggo" Morris is probably best remembered as the man who replaced singer and bassist Leroy Sibbles in the Heptones in 1977, he also recorded several striking singles on his…
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Although Dolphin "Naggo" Morris is probably best remembered as the man who replaced singer and bassist Leroy Sibbles in the Heptones in 1977, he also recorded several striking singles on his own, including the classic "Su Su Pon Rasta" (produced by the Mighty Two, Errol Thompson, and Joe Gibbs) in 1975 and the Bunny Lee-produced "Flour Power," as well as several 12" releases for Lloyd "Bullwackie" Barnes' Bronx-based Wackies label. Morris' passionate baritone is always in evidence on whatever material he tackles, and he is one of the most woefully overlooked (and under-recorded) roots singers in Jamaica.