Born Don McCarlos, Don Carlos possesses one of reggae’s most distinctive voices. His vocal mannerisms are instantly recognizable over a tune, yet he remains one of Jamaica’s best-kept secrets. This collection looks back at some of his finest moments that set the tone for his popularity that was to follow in the dancehall period of reggae. He began his musical career in 1973, when alongside Garth Dennis and Derrick Ducky Simpson he formed one of reggae’s foremost groups, Black Uhuru. He then joined Wailing Souls before going solo under his shorter name Don Carlos. Most of his classics are represented here and Kingston Sounds hopes you find some magic unearthed in these lost treasures.