Judy Mowatt  

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Judy Mowatt was born in the year 1948 in Gordon Town, St. Andrew Jamaica. She is an internationally acclaimed reggae artist who rose to fame as 1/3 of the trio the I THREE who were the Back-Ground vocalists for Bob Marley.

Discography

1975 Mellow Mood (Tuff Gong)

1980 Black Woman (Shanachie)

1982 Only A Woman (Shanachie)

1985 Working Wonders (Shanachie)

1986 Love Is Overdue (Shanachie)

1986 I Three / Beginning (Tuff Gong/EMI) with Rita Marley and Marcia Griffiths

1991 Look At Love (Shanachie)

1993 Rock Me (Pow Wow)

1998 Love (African Love/Jet Star)

2002 Something Old, Something New (Judy M Music/Tuff Gong International)




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