Youth In Service (Version). Producer – Linval Carter. Written-By – L. Carter. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.Youth In Service (7"). Youth In Serves (7", M/Print, Gre).
Prince Jazzbo has been played over 50 times on NTS, first on 5 October 2013. Prince Jazzbo's music has been featured on 44 episodes. Linval Roy Carter (September 3, 1951–September 11, 2013), better known as Prince Jazzbo, was a Jamaican reggae and dancehall deejay and producer. Born in Clarendon, Jamaica, Carter began recording with Coxsone Dodd's Studio One label in the early 1970s under the name Prince Jazzbo. He went on to work on his own releases with Bunny Lee, producing as well in collaboration with many artists as a vocalist and producer for labels including his own, Ujama
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Prince Jazzbo is one of the survivors of reggae music. While he has never been as important as other 70s DJs such as U-Roy or Big Youth, it is Jazzbo who retains a charismatic personal style and a reasonably healthy following through his label, Ujama, for which he produces and occasionally records. Like many others, Jazzbo first recorded for Coxsone Dodds Studio One label in the early 70s. Legend has it that Jazzbo had come to Kingston from the countryside and was initially passed over by Dodd, who expected little from the skinny youth. A liaison with Lee Perry on Penny Reel, originally intended as a one-off single, eventually produced the superb 1976 album Natty Passing Thru, aka Ital Corner, for which he was paid a mere 1, 000 Jamaican dollars (about 100 at the time). Neither his alter ego nor his label was commercially successful.
Prince Jazzbo, who was born on September 3, 1951, died at the age of 62. Although he has never been as important as other 1970s deejays such as U-Roy or Big Youth, it was Prince Jazzbo more than anyone else who established the ‘rockstone’ tradition of gruff deejay delivery – of voices sounding as if their owners had seen it all and only just lived to tell the tale. Prince jazzbo – 1951-2013. For the next 18 months, Jazzbo remained with Dodd, cutting a string of flawless roots records: Crime Don’t Pay, Pepper Rock, School and Imperial I. However, the promised album with Dodd failed to materialize, so Jazzbo, disillusioned, began to record for other producers, including Glen Brown and Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee. A liaison with Lee Perry on Penny Reel, originally intended as a one-off single, eventually produced the superb 1976 album Natty Passing Thru, aka Ital Corner, for which he was paid a mere 1,000 Jamaican dollars (about £100 at the time).
Was sampled in 1 song. Multiple Elements Electronic, Dance. Forward Youth by RSD (2008).