History of Jamaican Studios
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The music of Jamaica includes Jamaican folk music and many popular genres, such as mento, ska, rocksteady, reggae, dub music, dancehall, ska jazz, reggae fusion and related styles. Jamaica's music culture is a fusion of elements from the United States (rhythm and blues and soul), Africa, and neighboring Caribbean islands such as Trinidad and Tobago (calypso and soca). Reggae is especially popular through the international fame of Bob Marley.

Jamaican music's influence on music styles in other countries includes the practice of toasting, which was brought to New York City and evolved into rapping. British genres as Lovers rock and jungle music are also influenced by Jamaican music.

In the late 1960s, producers such as King Tubby and Lee Perry began stripping the vocals away from tracks recorded for sound system parties. With the bare beats and bass playing and the lead instruments

Directory of Jamaican Studios

Anchor Recording Co Ltd
7 Windsor Ave
Kingston 5, Jamaica
  • Phone: (876) 978-2711
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BIG SHIP Recording Studio
Riverside Drive
Kingston 11, Jamaica
  • Phone: -
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Geejam Studios
San San, Port Antonio
Portland, Jamaica
  • Phone: (876) 993-7000
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Jamplified Records
58 Dumbarton Avenue
Kingston 10, Jamaica
  • Phone: (876) 896-2850
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Roaring Lion Recording Studios
224 Hollywood Drive, Hayes
Jamaica, Jamaica
  • Phone: (876) 986-5165
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Tuff Gong Studio
220 Marcus Garvey Drive
Kingston 11, Jamaica
  • Phone: (876) 923-9380
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Zion Production Recording Studio
2 Bromanty Street, May Pen
Clarendon, Jamaica
  • Phone: (876) 986-9782
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