Duke is the tenth studio album by English rock band Genesis, released in March 1980 on Charisma Records. The album followed a period of inactivity for the band in early 1979. Phil Collins moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, in an effort to salvage his failing first marriage, while Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford recorded solo albums
Lee Perry Old For New 7″ 45 (Rolando & Powie 1962/R&B 45 1963). Recorded shortly after Perry’s arrival in Kingston, ‘Old For New’ is the sound of the man at the very start of his musical journey, during a time when he performed various supporting roles at Studio One, such as talent scout, sound system spy, auditions assistant, and general dogsbody, doing whatever label boss Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd deemed necessary. Prince Buster (and Lee Perry) Johnny Cool Parts 1 and 2 7″ 45 (Olive Blossom 1966/FAB 1967). Perry worked at Studio One for five years, from 1961-66. At the core of the album is its Black Ark bedrock, courtesy of Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, which you can hear most vividly on the niyabinghi tracks like ‘Candle Light’ and ‘Jumbo Malt,’ the latter a killer cut of Brevett’s ‘Starlight’ single.
In the wake of the Black Ark fire, Perry disbanded The Upsetters, uprooted and spent the next few years trodding the globe. However this album outtake featuring Perry gracing an earlier tune by On-U mainstays Dub Syndicate is a sparse and echo-drenched marriage of icy ’80s electronics and the rattling bones of hand-percussion and shakers. Elsewhere in the ’80s, you can find Perry dabbling wholesale in electro on ‘Funky Joe’ and working hand-in-hand with his south London dub counterpart Mad Professor on albums like Mystic Warrior.
Lee "Scratch" Perry OD (born Rainford Hugh Perry; 20 March 1936) is a Jamaican music producer and inventor noted for his innovative studio techniques and production style. Perry was a pioneer in the 1970s development of dub music with his early adoption of remixing and studio effects to create new instrumental or vocal versions of existing reggae tracks. Perry also performed at the first two Dub Champions Festivals in New York City in 2011 and 2012, backed by Subatomic Sound System. Perry has recorded an album with Daniel Boyle in London, released in May 2014 as Lee "Scratch" Perry – Back on the Controls
He found refuge with Joe Gibbs Amalgamated Records. Working with Gibbs proved difficult at times, especially in a financial respect, however, Perry founded his own label called Upsetter and on that label he released People Funny Boy which would go on to sell 60,000 copies in Jamaica. In 2009, Perry dabbled in a dubstep career, and released his debut dubstep album on a 12 vinyl. Called Blackboard Jungle Vols. 1 & 2. In 2013, Perry collaborated with The Orb to produced The Observer in the Star House, which earned a great deal of critical acclaim.
The Duke of Sussex is sixth in line to the throne and the younger son of The Prince of Wales and Diana, Princess of Wales. His Royal Highness spent ten years working in the Armed Forces, ending operational duties in 2015. During his service, he conducted two tours of duty to Afghanistan with the British Army. The Duke now spends his working life supporting a number of charitable activities and projects and carrying out public duties in support of The Queen. His Royal Highness's official residence is Kensington Palace in London. Supporting the welfare of servicemen and women.