|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Natty Chase The Barber||2||Audio||2002||Pick A Skill Music|
|2||Yaga Yaga||2||Audio||Pick A Skill Music|
|3||Not Another||2||Audio||Pick A Skill Music|
|4||Lips Of Wine / True Believer In Love||4||Audio||Blackspider|
|5||Coconut Woman / Rub A Dub Time||2||Audio|
|6||Natty Chase The Barber||2||Audio||1975||Arab|
|7||Raving / Together||2||Audio||Clair Music|
|8||Natty Chase The Barber||12||Audio||1978||Top Ranking|
|9||Natty Chase The Barber||2||Audio||1983||SPY Records (5)|
|10||Stop The Gun Shooting / Back Way Wid Yu Formula||3||Audio||Blackspider|
|11||People Bawling||2||Audio||Kim (2)|
|13||Jah Is Coming For His Earth||2||Audio||Jaques|
|15||Natty Chase The Barber||2||Audio||1976||Grounation|
|17||Really Want To Know||2||Audio||1984||Spy Records (5)|
|18||Natty Chase The Barber Away||11||Audio||1999||Crocodisc|
|19||Joyful Noise||2||Audio||Black Spider|
|20||Clean Head Dread||2||Audio||Top Ranking|
|21||Clean Rasta Dread||2||Audio||Heartical|
|22||Past & Present||10||Audio||1982||Spy Records (5)|
|23||A 1 Sound||2||Audio||Pick A Skill Music|
|24||Live Jah Son||2||Audio||1978||Scorpio (7)|
|25||Formula||2||Audio||Pick A Skill Music|
|26||Stand Up Firm / Rhythm Skylarking # 2||2||Audio||2006||Teams|
|28||Natty Chase The Barber||12||Audio||2002||Pick A Skill Music|
|29||Come Again Showcase||6||Audio||1986||Spy|
|30||Roots Of David||12||Audio||1997||Pick A Skill Music|
|32||We Live Together / Natty Chase The Barber||2||Audio||Dub Station Record|
|33||Chat Chat||2||Audio||Dub Station Record|
Everald Pickersgill (born 4 November 1954), better known as David Jahson, is a Jamaican reggae singer, active since the early 1970s.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1954, Pickersgill first recorded in 1970 for Clement "Coxsone" Dodd's Studio One, but the results were only released on sound system dub plates. In 1972 he recorded "Far I" for Byron Lee's Dynamic studio, which was released on the Jaguar label, miscredited to 'David Janson' and mis-titled "For I", reaching number seven on the JBC singles chart. Feeling that Dynamic had mishandled the single, his next release was the self-produced "Child of a King", released on the Ital Lion label through Pete Weston's Micron label. In 1975 he recorded his most well-known song, "Natty Chase the Barber", using a new version of John Holt's "Ali Baba" rhythm recorded by a band including his friend Sly Dunbar at Channel One Studios and mixed at King Tubby's. The single was released by Tommy Cowan on his Arab label, miscredited this time to 'David & Jahson'. The song inspired several similarly themed singles by other artists, including Dr Alimantado's "I Killed The Barber", also using the "Ali Baba" rhythm, and Jah Stitch's "Bury The Barber". At the time, he was also working as a deejay with the 'Jah Love Muzik' sound system, and several of Jahson's singles also featured his own deejay versions on the B-side.
Jahson was also a member of the vocal group Well Pleased & Satisfied along with Jerry Baxter. He also played percussion and sang backing vocals with Inner Circle on their tour to support the Everything Is Great album, and members of the band backed him on his Natty Chase the Barber album in 1978, released on the Lewis brothers' Top Ranking label. The album also featured Sly & Robbie and was mixed by Prince Jammy.
In the 1980s he settled in the United Kingdom, continuing to record, and also releasing his old material on his own 'Pick A Skill' label. His Natty Chase the Barber album was pirated in the 1980s but Jahson reissued it later on Pick A Skill.