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    Justin Hinds (7 May 1942 – 16 March 2005) was a Jamaican ska vocalist, with his backing singers the Dominoes. He is best known for his work with Duke Reid's ...

  3. Justin Hinds | Biography, Albums, Streaming Links | AllMusic

    Justin Hinds Biography by Jason Ankeny A popular Jamaican reggae singer who emerged in the 1960s with his expressive country-gospel tenor leads.

  4. Justin Hinds & The Dominoes | Discography | Discogs

    Explore releases and tracks from Justin Hinds & The Dominoes at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Justin Hinds & The Dominoes at the Discogs Marketplace.

  5. Justin Hinds And The Dominoes - Travel With Love - ...

    Justin Hinds and the Dominoes left a slim legacy in terms of complete albums -- but this one (released in 1984) is a strong classic. Hinds' somewhat plaintive voice is a truly beautiful thing. Reggae lovers are fortunate that Nighthawk got him and his Dominoes out to make this beautiful recording.

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  7. Justin Hinds | Jamaican singer |

    Justin Hinds, Jamaican reggae singer (born May 7, 1942, Steer Town, Jam.—died March 17, 2005, Steer Town), enjoyed a four-decade-long career that began in the 1960s when his group the Dominoes recorded the reggae classic “Carry Go Bring Come.”

  8. Justin Hinds (May 7, 1942 - March 16, 2005) is best known as a Jamaican ska vocalist, with his backing singers the Dominoes. He is best known for his work with Duke Reid's Treasure Isle Records, where his most notable song, "Carry Go Bring Come" recorded in late 1963, went to number one in Jamaica.

  9. Throughout a crucial period that bore witness to the emergence of ska and its later mutations into rocksteady and finally reggae, Justin Hinds was among the most successful recording artists on the Jamaican music scene, his sweet tenor spotlighted on hundreds of Duke Reid-produced singles between 1963 and 1972.

  10. Justin Hinds topped the charts in Jamaica with his 1964 single “Carry Go Bring Home” and eventually recorded a staggering seventy singles for the Treasure Island Record label. A ska and rocksteady pioneer, after a short stint with Mango Records in the ’70s, he returned to the studio to record material for Nighthawk Records.

  11. Justin Hinds & The Dominoes - Jezebel - Full album One of the best jamaican album! respect ! Jah bless. Tracklist 00:00 - 1 Natty Take Over 05:02 - 2 Dip And...