The reggae aces - reggae revolution


In 1972, the Aces came together in Memphis, Tennessee , at the recommendation of Barry "Byrd" Burton, who was engineering and producing at the famous Sam Phillips Recording Studio in Memphis. [1] Davis and McDade, who had recorded and toured with singer-songwriter Jesse Winchester as "The Rhythm Aces", [2] recruited Smith, keyboardist Billy Earheart III, lead guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Burton and pianist James Hooker to develop a sound mixing of pop , country and blue-eyed soul .


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