DWIGHT PINKNEY

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Dwight Pinkney (born 1945), also known as Brother Dee, is a Jamaican guitarist best known for his work as a session musician and as a member of Zap Pow and the Roots Radics, who since 1999 has recorded as a solo artist.

Pinkney was born in Manchester Parish, Jamaica, moving to Kingston as a youth. In the mid-1960s he joined The Sharks as guitarist, the band recording for Studio One and backing The Wailers on their 1965 Jamaican hit single "Put It On", also providing backing for recordings by Ken Boothe and Th ...

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