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“Dr. Ranglin's head scratch capped off a series of exchanges with the other musicians on the Toots and The Maytals classic 54-46. They got more and more intense and, just when the audience was probably wondering how the legendary musician was going to top the previous delivery there came that look of puzzlement. Ernie Ranglin was part of the line-up at last Wednesday night's Lions Club benefit-turned-session along with the regular cast of Maurice Gordon on guitar, Dale Haslam on bass, Courtney Sinclair on piano and Desi Jones on drums.”
“The musical climate was long set by The Green House Effect imposed by Desi Jones and his band of musicians consisting of Jon Williams, Dale Haslam, Chris McDonald and Rupert Bent Jr, as well as musical selections from Gladdy's Wild Bunch Disco. In homage to her West Indian roots and her love of American jazz, Kiralina approached her second stint in Jamaica with an expansive vision that reflects her rich and varid influences. The Canada-based singer, who was tastefully refined in vocal styling and glamorous grooming, wonderfully performed such numbers as the unforgettable Duke Ellington's 1931 composition It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing), her souful original You'll Never Know, God Bless the Child, A Change Gonna Come and Through the Fire. Read more: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/Entertainment/Jazzin--at-Jamaica-House_8460335#ixzz1RcssHWJA”
“First up was the man who plays like a quiet storm, Dale Haslam. He rocked and breezed through a blistering first cut then got philosophical with Many Rivers To Cross and then delivered a melancholic Time After Time. ”
“Richards makes impact at the Jamaica Pegasus published: Friday | November 25, 2005 Mel Cooke, Freelance Writer Dwight Richards (left) performs with Dean Frazer (centre) and Dale Haslam at the launch of Dwight Richards and Friends' album "Sudden Impact", held at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel, Knutsford Boulevard, New Kingston on Monday. - WINSTON SILL/FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER ON MONDAY night Dwight Richards' trumpet did most of the talking as, along with a full band and a couple guests, he presented his album Sudden Impact to the public.”