Remembering Don Drummond: 5 memorable tunes
Born on March 12th, 1932, Don Drummond would have turned 86 today, if he was still alive. Even though he’s dead, his legacy still lives on. He is the most influential Jamaican trombonists in the history of Ska, and Reggae music.
Indeed, he has inspired all who followed such as Vin Gordon aka Don Drummond Junior, Ronald “Nambo” Robinson, and Rico Rodriguez, amongst others.
He was one of the founders of the most popular Jamaican Ska band, The Skatalites. Thus, his sound is featured on most of their early records.
In order to pay tribute to this great legend, we have gathered a playlist of what we considered to be the best tracks he was featured on.
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- The Reburial
- China Town
- Last Call Take 2
- Don D Special