Outsider Meets Jah Works

Outsider Meets Jah Works

Real Name:
G.T. Moore
G.T. Moore is a true pioneer of the British reggae scene, with a recording career that stretches from the early 1970’s. His band the “Reggae Guitars” were the first white group to seriously attempt an authentic reggae sound, recording two albums for Charisma Records (G.T. Moore and The Reggae Guitars 1972 and Reggae Blue 1974) the former album boasting the original reggae cut of Bob Dylans “Knocking on Heaven’s Door” an idea taken to chart success by Eric Clapton some years later.


Outsider Meets Jah Works Discography Tracks


Various Headphone Spill Various - Planet Dub (Comp) Planet Dog UK 1995 Sell This Version