Frankie Jones, also known as Jah Frankie Jones, is a Jamaican reggae singer best known for his recordings of the late 1970s and 1980s. Jones was born in the Greenwich Farm area of Kingston. He had his first hit in the late 1970s with "Sweeten My Coffee", recorded at Channel One Studios, and also recorded for Bunny Lee, Lee producing his debut album Satta An Praise Jah, released in 1977. Another split album was released in 1986, the Hell in the Dance set split with Pad Anthony, on which the singers were backed by the Roots Radics. Satta An Praise Jah (1977), Third World. Them Nice (1985), Sunset. Old Fire Stick (1986), Power House. Who Nuh Hear Me Yet (19?), Wackies. The Best of Frankie Jones volume one (1986), Trojan. Sings Roots and Culture vol. 2 (2002), Fatman - with Johnny Clarke.
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