Lacksley Castell Lacksley Castell
Lacksley Castell was born in Jamaica in the early 60s. Possessed of a high, light voice that resembled that of the late, great Hugh Mundell, he began cutting sides towards the end of the 70s with producers such as Prince Jammy, voicing a variety of tunes that Jammy put out with a couple of Hugh Mundell tracks as the album Jah Fire after Mundell's untimely death. These were moderately successful, though many mistook him for Mundell, and led to Robert "Negus Roots" Palmer deciding to voice him, firstly on a couple of 12"s and then on two albums.

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