Symarip

Roy Ellis, Monty Neysmith, Frank Pitter, Micheal Thomas, Josh Roberts, Roy Bug Knight, Johney Johnson, Carl Grifith

Also known as Shimarip, Simaryp, Symarrip
Members of Symarip: Frank Pitter, Josh Roberts (3), Michael Thomas (4), Monty Neysmith, Roy Ellis
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.symarip.com/, http://www.myspace.com/mrsymarip1

Discography of Symarip:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Skinhead Moonstomp 12 Audio 1970-04-00 Trojan Records
2 Skinhead Moonstomp 3 Audio 1979 Trojan Records
3 Skinhead Moon Stomp / Must Catch A Train 2 Audio 1969 Treasure Isle
4 Skinhead Moonstomp / Skinhead Jamboree 2 Audio 1980 Trojan Records
5 Skinhead Moonstomp 20 Audio 1995 Trojan Records
6 Skinhead Moonstomp 20 Audio 2003-09-23 Earmark
7 Skinhead Moonstomp / Skinhead Jamboree 2 Audio 1980 Trojan Records
8 Skinhead Moonstomp 3 Audio Maxi Trojan
9 Skinhead Moonstomp - The Best Of Symarip 25 Audio 2004 Trojan Records
10 Skinhead Moonstomp (Deluxe Edition) 46 Audio 2008 Trojan Records
11 Skinhead Moonstomp 2 Audio 1980 Trojan Records
12 Skinhead Moonstomp 2 Audio 1980 Trojan Records
13 Parson Corner 2 Audio 1970 Treasure Isle
14 Skinhead Moonstomp 12 Audio 2013 Sunspot
15 La Bella Jig / Holidays By The Sea 2 Audio 1970 Treasure Isle
16 Skinhead Moonstomp 20 Audio Trojan Records (3)


Formed in the mid-sixties by seven musicians, Symarip first made their mark as [b]The Bees[/b], also supported Prince Buster on a UK tour in 1967. Soon after, the group was signed to President, changed their name to [b]The Pyramids[/b] and found UK chart success with 'Train Tour To Rainbow City'. Throughout the remainder of the sixties and early seventies, the septet worked tirelessly, cutting discs under a number of aliases, most notably [b]Symarip[/b] and [b]Seven Letters[/b]. They moved to Germany in 1971, performing reggae and Afro-rock under the name [b]Zubaba[/b].


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