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Harry J's Recording Studio

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Harry J's studio in Kingston, Jamaica.

Sometimes referred to as:
- Harry J.
- Harry J Studios
- Harry J. Studios
- Harry "J" Studio

In 1972, Harry Johnson sold his record shop and set up his own recording studio "Harry J", on 10 Roosevelt Avenue, Uptown Kingston, where he employed Sid Bucknor and later Sylvan Morris as resident recording engineer. Harry J Studio soon became one of the most famous Jamaican studios after having recorded several Bob Marley & The Wailers albums from 1973 to 1976 before the Tuff Gong era; such as Rastaman Vibration and Catch A Fire.

Mastering & Vinyl Cutting Engineers:
-Sid Bucknor
-Sylvan Morris

Contact Info:


10 Roosevelt Ave
Kingston 6, Kingston

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