Tenor Saw  

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Tenor Saw (born Clive Bright, February 11, 1966 - August 1988 Kingston, Jamaica) was a prominent dancehall singer in the 1980s. His best-known song was the 1985 hit "Ring the Alarm" on the "Stalag riddim". Other well-known songs include "Roll Call" (1984, "Queen Majesty" riddim), "Pumpkin Belly" (1985, "Sleng Teng" riddim) and "Lots of Sign".



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