Co-founder of Island Records and influential sound engineer, Graeme Goodall, died on Thursday, December 4, aged 82.
Born in Melbourne, Australia, the exec was known for helping to bring ska and reggae to the world. His studio credits include work from Little Millie Small, Demond Dekker, Coxsone Dodd, Leslie Kong and Bob Marley & The Wailers.
Alongside Leslie Kong and Chris Blackwell, Goodall founded Island Records in 1959/60. He then went on to found other independent labels, Doctor Bird and ...
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