Dave & Ansel Collins Althea & Donna Jimmy Cliff The Brixton Youth Burning Spear Dillinger Will Williams Lee "Scratch" Perry & The Upsetters Linton Kwesi Johnson Augustus Pablo Toots & The Maytalls Lenvil Thompson The Observers Snoop Lion Bunny Wailer
"just like I said, it's going straight to my head"
**Thanks to the Jamaica RFW Road Crew Andre, Karin & Tracy for negotiation, preparation and consumption!
*Composer Monty Norman was selected by producer Albert R. Broccoli and traveled to Jamaica on January 14, 1962. He met Chris Blackwell, (later of Island Records fame) a then location scout and production assistant recommended to the producers by Ian Fleming. Blackwell introduced Norman to Byron Lee and the Dragonaires. Lee and his band including guitarist Ernest Ranglin recorded the Jamaican parts of the score in Kingston's Federal Studios, with Norman himself and his then wife Diana Coupland providing occasional vocals. Byron Lee and the Dragonaires actually appear in Dr. No performing "Jump Up". The song "Under the Mango Tree" was performed by Ranglin on guitar and was featured in both the film and on the Dr. No soundtrack album.
Welcome to Jamaica - Your papers please. I only have a pipe? Then you better come with me!