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He is featured on Theophilus Beckford ’s proto-ska hit Easy Snappin’ , and Clue J and His Blues Blasters’ influential Shufflin Jug for Clement Dodd , the Folkes Brothers’ landmark Oh Carolina for Prince Buster, Derrick Morgan’s Lover Boy for Duke Reid, and his own Rico’s Special for Randy’s. In 1958, he settled in the Rastafarian encampment established by Count Ossie in the Wareika Hills on the eastern edge of Kingston, and this yielded a number of impressive singles with Rastafari themes, issued by Harry Mudie. The wild jazz jams held regularly at the camp allowed Rico greater freedom of expression, and helped him take his playing to a higher level.

The budget, however, had been approved before Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated Puerto Rico, leaving the . territory begging for federal aid.

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