Freddie McKay Freddie McKay
Freddie McKay, born 1947, St. Catherine, Jamaica, was a singer whose career spanned the rocksteady, dub and roots reggae eras. McKay first recorded for producer Prince Buster in 1967, his first hit coming the same year with "Love Is A Treasure", recorded for Duke Reid's Treasure Isle set-up.
McKay then enjoyed a fruitful spell with Coxsone Dodd, recording a number of popular songs for Studio One backed by The Soul Defenders, including "High School Dance", "Sweet Can Sour You", and "Picture On The Wall", the latter the title track of his 1971 debut album.

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