The second, Princess Lady, was one of Mad Professor's first productions. Lacksley Castell died in the mid-80s, robbing reggae music of yet another talent. From the information I've researched it was from either TB, a stomach illness or a shooting. Since his death, the handful of singles and albums he released fetched some of the highest prices seen for reggae vinyl on ebay until their reissue through Musical Ambassador. A small (and incomplete?) discography: 7 " Babylon World (Rockers) Jah Love Is Sweeter (Orchid) 10" & 12" Lost Love (Jah Life records) JL 007 Tug a War Games (CSA records) CSA 006 Government Man (Negus Roots) NERT 008 African Queen (Negus Roots) NERT 001 Collie Tree (Soundoff Records) SOFD 003 What A Great Day (Sufferers Heights) SUFF 001 Black Man Misery (JB) JBD 017 Jah Is Watching You (Negus Roots) nert 05 Johhny Brown /mrs brown (Negus Roots) nert 019 Speak Softly (Negus Roots) Nert 014 Love In Your Heart (Rockers) RP 010 Jah Children (Hungrytown) HT 1079 Lost Love (Jah Life) My Collie Tree (Sound Off) SOFD 003 Message to my woman (Negus Roots) NERT 013 Albums Jah Fire (with Hugh Mundell) (Jammys) Morning Glory (Negus Roots) Princess Lady (Negus Roots) Read more on Last.fm.
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