Seaton (born 3 September 1944), also known as "Bibby", is a Jamaican reggae singer, songwriter, and record producer who was a member of The Gaylads, The Astronauts, Conscious Minds, and The Messengers (along with Ken Boothe, Lloyd Charmers and Busty Brown), and who has had a long solo career dating back to 1960. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Seaton first recorded as a solo artist in 1960 before forming the duo Winston & Bibby with Winston Delano Stewart.
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Life is No Easy Game. Harris Seaton, BB Seaton, Errol Earl Brown. Someday I Will Be Free. Ras Obi, Harris Seaton.
Vintage Roots Reggae. Sings Golden Hits of the Gaylads. Colour is Not the Answer. The Anthology "After All This Time". Life Goes On. FEATURED.
Tradition Song - Single. See All. BB Seaton Presents Sunshine Reggae, Vo. Keep It Like It Is - Single. Bunny Lee & Friends - Good News.
BB Seaton holding a copy of ''Dancing In The Moonlight'' recorded at famous Blank Tape studios (New-York) in 1986. BB Seaton started his musical career in 1960 and he is still activ. Next year he will celebrate 60 years in the jamaican music business. The full album is a cream of boogie funk, disco and pop. For this reissue, Jamwax took the pleasure to remaster the sound from the original tape. The artwork was also remake with Andy Warhol ''Marilyn Monroe'' pop art style, for your eyes pleasure.
- Producer – S.E. Pottinger*
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