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Carl Bryan

Carl Bryan

Carl Bryan


Carl 'Cannonball' Bryan, A.k.a King Cannon or Karl Bryan is a Jamaican (baritone) saxophone player. He began his career in the late fifties, joined the Carlos Malcolm's Afro-Jamaican Rhythms in 1964, played with Lyn Taitt's Comets, went freelance in 1967. Left the music business in the late seventies. March 2004 The Skatalites announce the beginning of their 40th Anniversary tour including Colombia,Greece and Singapore,in addition to the usual global stops. Read more on Last.fm
Carl 'Cannonball' Bryan, A.k.a King Cannon or Karl Bryan is a Jamaican (baritone) saxophone player. He began his career in the late fifties, joined the Carlos Malcolm's Afro-Jamaican Rhythms in 1964, played with Lyn Taitt's Comets, went freelance in 1967. Left the music business in the late seventies. March 2004 The Skatalites announce the beginning of their 40th Anniversary tour including Colombia,Greece and Singapore,in addition to the usual global stops. This celebratory tour will last until May 2005.

The addition of Vincent(Don Drummond Jr)Gordon and Karl(Cannonball) Bryan makes this one of the best Skatalites lineups ever. credits: I'm So Proud, (with Lyn Taitt & The Jets) 1968 Jay Fever, (with The Jay Boys) 1969 Red Ash, 1969 Reggae Happyness (Let's Call The Whole Thing Off), 1969 Reggay Got Soul, 1968 Shining, 1969 Soul Scorcher Way Of Life, (with Lyn Taitt & The Jets) 1968 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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