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First rising to popularity as part of a ska duo with Stranger ColeBoothe forged a solo career on Clement "Coxsone" Dodd's Studio One label during rocksteady's prime, building Ken Boothe Is It Because Im Black Black Gold And Green generous part of his repertoire on American soul covers. Even after the advent of Rastafarian roots reggae, he managed to score further hits with other producers, most notably the U.
His mother and older sister were both singers as well, and Boothe grew up listening mostly to American soul music. Boothe's first solo single for Studio One was 's "You're No Good," and he notched his first solo hit that year with "The Train Is Coming," a soulful rocksteady track with backing by the Wailers that established him as one of the new style's hottest new stars.
He quickly solidified that position with another smash, "Feel Good. Also inBoothe issued the first of several albums for Studio One, Mr. Curly Locks. Bruno Nicolai La Notte Che Evelyn Usci Dalla Tomba Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Byles.
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