Lacksley Castell, sometimes misspelled Laxley, Lacksly, Lasky or Locksley Castel (10 April 1959 – November 1983) was a Jamaican reggae singer best known for his work in the early 1980s. In 1980, Castell recorded the Jah Fire album with Hugh Mundell, produced by Prince Jammy. He also provided backing vocals on Sugar Minott's Black Roots album and had a further 12-inch hit with "African Queen" that year. His first solo album, Morning Glory, was released in 1982 on Robert "Flacko" Palmer's Negus Roots label, who also produced the record. This was followed by a second album, Princess Lady in 1983, co-arranged by Dean Fraser and mixed by Neil "Mad Professor" Fraser. 1983: "Tug-a-War Games". 1983: "Johnny Brown". References - Lacksley Castell". Retrieved 11 October 2013.
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Pressure Sounds Item No: 455892. Lacksley Castell & The Royals. Titel: Tug A War Games. Label: Pressure Sounds.
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