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In 1960 Morgan became the only artist ever to fill the places from one to seven on the Jamaican pop chart simultaneously. [2] Among those hits were "Don't Call Me Daddy", "In My Heart", "Be Still", and "Meekly Wait and Murmur Not". But it was the following year that Morgan released the biggest hit of his career, the Leslie Kong production of "Don't You Know", later retitled "Housewives' Choice" by a local DJ. The song featured a bouncing ska riddim , along with a duet by Morgan and Millicent "Patsy" Todd.

Buster was a bit of a social leader. With his persona “Judge Dread,” he railed against “rude boy” lawlessness in Jamaica. In the 1960’s, he scored a string of hits produced by Coxsone Dodd of Studio One, which developed a style based on “sound systems,” portable turntables and DJ mixers with artists “ toasting ” (talking or chanting) over them. This music exerted a major influence in the early days of hip hop in the late 1970’s ¬†and early 1980’s. Many . groups, such as The Specials, English Beat, and The Selector were influenced by ska. Ditto for . punk bands including The Clash. One popular group, Madness, took its name from a popular Buster song. Prince Buster’s hits include “Al Capone,” “Madness is Gladness,” and “One Step Beyond.” His hit song “ Ten Commandments ” would probably be considered sexist and chauvinistic today. He also had a top 40 hit in 1998 when a Levi’s commercial used a remake of his song “Whine and Grine.”


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