Independent Reggae label: Lizzard Records was from 1976. It managed one singles Pablo Moses's 'We Should Be In Angola'. It had a catalogue number of 001 (no prefix). Lizzard was operated by Buster Pearson and was associated with K & B Records. See also 'Lion Sounds', which has the same parentage. Buster Pearson (Born 4 May 1941 Died 14 October 2012), born Stedman Pearson in Jamaica, was a musician and producer, best known for being the father and former manager of British pop group Five Star. He also owned and ran a number of record labels, most notably the 70s reggae label K&B Records and the 80s R&B/dance label Tent Records. He moved to the UK in the late 1960s and toured as a guitarist with soul and reggae artists such as Otis Redding, Jimmy Cliff, Wilson Pickett and Desmond Dekker. Distributed By Lizzard Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
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