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The band Hortense Ellis was founded in 1941. Before coming to fame, the band got it’s start in Trenchtown. Generally, music journalists would define Hortense Ellis’s style within the genre/s of reggae, and other rock music.

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Owen Gray

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Ken Boothe

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Phyllis Dillon

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Johnny Clarke

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Alton Ellis

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Slim Smith

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Cornell Campbell

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Jennifer Lara

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John Holt

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Lloyd Charmers

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Jackie Edwards

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Hopeton Lewis

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Delroy Wilson

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Prince Far I

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Pat Kelly

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