Bertram "Ranchie" McLean. ロフィール: Reggae guitarist and bassist.
Bertram "Ranchie" McLean. Profile: Reggae guitarist and bassist. Distant Love Affair (7").
Rainy Day. Relaxation. Dub, Reggae & Roots From The Melodica King.
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Don McLean is an album by American singer-songwriter Don McLean, released in 1972, peaking at number 23 on the Billboard 200 chart. It was reissued by BGO Records in 1996. The photo on the cover of the album was taken overlooking the Village of Cold Spring, NY. All tracks composed by Don McLean, except where indicated. Bronco Bill's Lament" - 3:36. Oh, My What a Shame" - 3:30. The More You Pay (The More It's Worth)" - 2:51.
Ranchie' McLean is dead. Tuesday, November 20, 2012. McLean had played guitar at Studio One, recording with the Ethiopians and Jacob Miller during his stay at producer Clement 'Coxson' Dodd's base. But he made his mark at Channel One, the hottest recording studio in Jamaica in the 1970s. He started out on guitar but in a 2010 interview, said he switched to bass after the Hoo Kims heard him play on The Mighty Diamonds' Have Mercy. He played on two of Pottinger's biggest hits, Dreamland and Stepping Outa Babylon by Marcia Griffiths, and was guitarist on Spear's 1976 album, Man In The Hills. In the early 1980s, McLean recorded and toured with Jimmy Cliff as a member of the singer's Oneness band. He co-wrote Rub a Dub Partner from Cliff's 1982 album, Special, and the following year played on his big hit, Reggae Nights.
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