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RIP Great Sebastian

Posted by Ras_Adam 
RIP Great Sebastian
February 09, 2019 11:21PM

Lou Gooden is a renowned Jamaican author and radio disc jockey; who attended Crescent College, which was located at 1E North Street, in Kingston Jamaica. Long before he graduated he had the opportunity of being the youngest sound system disc jockey for Jamaica’s first known sound system “Tom (The Great Sebastian). Since 1968 Lou Gooden educated himself by working within the music business. He started working with West Indies Recording Company during 1968 and moved on to Studio One Records with Mr. Clement (Coxson) Dodd. During 1971 he launched “The Metromedia Sound System” from the Baby Grand Club that was located in Cross Roads. After a number of years working with the Epiphany nightclub in New Kingston and Hedonism 2 in Negril, he migrated to the U.S.A where he attended four different radio broadcasting colleges. During 1996 he embarked upon a broadcasting career at New York’s W.N.W.K. 105.9 FM and later moved on to W.R.T.N. 93.5 FM. During 1992 he rejoined Studio One Record from their then home-base located in Brooklyn New York....When Lou returned to Jamaica During 2002 to complete the book "REGGAE HERITAGE" which he started during 1993 he once again hooked up with Mr. Dodd and Studio One Record where he performed as Administrative Director until Dodd's untimely passing during April 2004..he continued to work in the administrative position until 2007 at which time he joined the new radio station Bess100FM. Lou Gooden returned to Jamaica with a wealth of knowledge of the entertainment business during 2002 to complete his first non fiction book titled “Reggae Heritage”. Lou have completed his second book (536) pages titled "DANCE HALL SOUND SYSTEM...THE GOOD...THE BAD AND THE UGLIEST"
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