Album artwork for Young Gifted and Black by Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths

Prior to uniting on disc towards the close of the sixties, Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths had enjoyed successful solo careers in their native Jamaica, both having previously scored significant hits for Studio One Records. Soon after joining Harry Johnson’s stable of artists, the duo made the British pop charts with a joyous reggae version of Nina Simone’s "To Be Young, Gifted And Black," which peaked at number five in the spring of 1970.

The following summer, the pair returned to the UK charts when their self-produced version of the Crispian St. Peters’ pop hit, "Pied Piper" made it to number 11, but by the mid-1970s both singers had returned to their successful solo careers, with Marcia also becoming a third of Bob Marley’s all-female backing band, the I-Threes.

Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths

Young Gifted and Black

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Released 05/13/2022Catalogue Number

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Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths

Young Gifted and Black

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Album artwork for Album artwork for Young Gifted and Black by Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths by Young Gifted and Black - Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths
Album artwork for Young Gifted and Black by Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths
LP

$33.99

Released 05/13/2022Catalogue Number

A 691450

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Prior to uniting on disc towards the close of the sixties, Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths had enjoyed successful solo careers in their native Jamaica, both having previously scored significant hits for Studio One Records. Soon after joining Harry Johnson’s stable of artists, the duo made the British pop charts with a joyous reggae version of Nina Simone’s "To Be Young, Gifted And Black," which peaked at number five in the spring of 1970.

The following summer, the pair returned to the UK charts when their self-produced version of the Crispian St. Peters’ pop hit, "Pied Piper" made it to number 11, but by the mid-1970s both singers had returned to their successful solo careers, with Marcia also becoming a third of Bob Marley’s all-female backing band, the I-Threes.