Sleeve notes By Derrick Harriott.
Well he is now sixteen years old and awarded in 1972 three awards most promising singer from Record Retailer, Swing Magazine and El Suzie Au-Go-Go.
Dennis started singing at the age of five born from a musical family his father Arthur Brown is a script writer, and actor appearing in many plays on stage and T.V. and his brother Basil Brown a local comedian popularly known as “Man Man,” in the popular radio series “Life in the Hopeful Village” now reside in the U.S.A.
Dennis was formerly a resident vocalist with the Falcons and Soul Syndicate bands, appeared on many big shows throughout Jamaica including “Smashville 68” starring the late King Curtis and the Sweet Inspirations he also appeared on the National Arena in June 1972 with Junior Walker and his All Stars and Nina Simone, Dennis proved to be the hot favourite of the local section of the show bringing screams from the girls and cheers from the men.
His ambition is to be a devoted musician covering Singer, Composer and
Arranger up to recently in September 1972 Dennis had five records on the
charts with two in the top ten one reaching number one (a rare feat),
listen to Dennis Brown on this L.P. Super Hits doing some of his originals
like “Concentration”, “I Didn’t Know” which
stand out as powerful sounds, listen to his versatility on “Silhouettes”
and the beautiful styling he does on “Wichita Lineman”. Dennis
writes most of his songs and is guided in his music career by Derrick
Harriott his producer, good luck to the talented Dennis Brown and I am
sure after listening to this L.P. you will be a devoted fan, RIGHT ON.
|Transcription by dennis|