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August 10, 2010 A great reggae producer is a master of disguise: able to make listeners unaware that the 10 tunes they've just heard share a single beat. It's music-making as a dare: How far can you stretch a single beat, using just voices and melody? One reggae producer feted for mastering that dare is Don "Corleon" Bennett, who helms great new songs by Tarrus Riley and J Boog.
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May 11, 2010 In the calm-before-the-storm part of the day and week — 10 o'clock on a Monday morning, to be exact — reggae singer Tarrus Riley, saxophonist Dean Fraser and guitarist Lamont Savory showed up and performed three gorgeous, harmony-drenched reggae songs.
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