Independent Reggae label: Winston Reedy was born in St.Catherine, Jamaica. He attended a local school in Mount Industry before coming to England in 1967 where he settled with his parents on North London. Winston`s musical career began seriously in 1971 after joining the Pama Record Stables. His first single released, was a rendition of the classic "Breakfast In Bed" produced by Ronnie Williams. This proved to be a hit for Winston and immediately established him as a credible singer with great potential to watch out for in the future. In 1973 he became the lead singer for the top UK Reggae band The Cimarons. In 1982 he decided to embark on a solo career. His first solo single after leaving the band was "Daughter Of Zion" which was a huge success and gave him a No. 1 Hit in the UK Reggae Charts. This was preceded by a string of chart-topping hits like "Paradise In Your Eyes", "Moi Emma Oh" and "Dim The Lights" which held the No. 1 position for nine weeks. The album "Dim The Lights" followed to acclaimed reviews form the critics and was an instant No. 1 Hit. Distributed By.
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