African Brothers

African Brothers est un groupe de reggae jamaïcain formé en 1969 par Sugar Minott, Tony Tuff et Derrick Howard.

Discographie

Albums

  • 197X - The African Brothers Meets King Tubby In Dub
  • 2004 - Mysterious Nature°

Compilations

  • 1970-78 - Want Some Freedom



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