Jamaican singer / songwriter, he had some minor hits in the 60s on the Yap brothers? Top Deck label and with Prince Buster but it was with Coxsone Dodd at Studio One where his biggest successes came, both solo and as one half of the duo Larry and Alvin, with Alvin Leslie, starting with ?Nanny Goat? in 1968, a record many people claim was the first record in the style that would become known as Reggae, taking over from Rock Steady. More hits followed at Studio One (where he also worked as an engineer) including ?Hush Up?, ?Mean Girl?, ?Your Love? and ?Throw Me Corn?. He left Studio One in the mid 70s and whilst he would never repeat the success he found there he did have a hit with the self-produced ?I Admire You? and the album of the same name sold well too.