PLUTO SHERVINGTON

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Pluto Shervington, also known as Pluto (born Leighton Shervington, 13 August 1950, Kingston, Jamaica), is a reggae musician, singer, engineer and producer.Shervington began his career in the early 1970s as a member of the showband Tomorrow's Children. Inspired by the success of Ernie Smith's "Duppy or a Gunman" and Tinga Stewart's "Play de Music", both delivered in heavy patois, he recorded "Ram Goat Liver" in a similar style. The follow-up single, "Dat" - about a Rastafarian with a secret liking for pork, contrary to his fa ...

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