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His “Enna Bella” was used in the soundtrack of the 2003 Jim Jarmusch film Coffee and Cigarettes. His music has been included on many ska and reggae compilations.

Eric "Monty" Morris
- Regarded as one of the founding artists of The Traditional Ska, born in Trench Town, Kingston area began competing in talent contests in the 1950s and made his first recording with Derrick Morgan in 1955.
He recorded several singles for Prince Buster and Duke Reid and was the original singer for The Skatalites. He also recorded a duet with Roy Panton; Morris had an ace up his sleeve for 1961 with the song "Humpty Dumpty" and two more great Jamaican hits with "Sammy Dead - O" and "Oil in My Lamp". In the United States he performed at the New York World's Fair in 1964 as part of a Jamaican musical group Including Millie Small, Jimmy Cliff and Byron Lee & the Dragonaires. He later recorded his voice for Clancy Eccles in 1968, including the hit "Say What You're Saying" and Lee "Scratch" Perry in 1969.


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