Sydney Wolfe

Sydney Wolfe (1946 – 27 June 1998), played in a row as a percussionist for reggae artist Jimmy Cliff, Ras Michael & The Sons of Negus and Black Uhuru.

Biography

Sydney Wolfe (or Sidney Wolf) played in a row as a percussionist for reggae artist Jimmy Cliff, best known for his soundtrack to the 1972 film The Harder They Come, in which he also starred. He recorded Cliff albums like "Cliff Hanger", "Special" and "Give the People What They Want". Também Club Paradise acted in the film, also starring Cliff...Sydney Wolfe also attended the band Ras Michael & The Sons of Negus.

He played the blows, bass drum, percussion and drums.

He participated as percussionist for reggae super group Black Uhuru.

Brother Sydney 'Rasta' Wolfe also played percussion with names like Bob Marley and The Wailers, Augustus Pablo, Pablo Moses, Ijahman Levi, Don Carlos, Israel Vibration, Mutabaruka, "Chinna" Earl Smith, Junior Reid, Fred Locks, Barry Biggs, and Andrew Bees. Sydney Wolfe is Uncle to dancehall artist Beenie Man, and unfortunately died of cancer of the larynx on June 27, 1998.

-- Courtesy (Jahman, reggaespotlights.blogspot.com) --