Gregory Issacs, also known as the Cool Ruler, launched his solo career in 1970 at nineteen years old. In 1973, Issacs opened the African Museum record store and label with fellow singer Errol Dunkley. The two had a big hit with My Only Lover, recorded on their label, which was the first ever "lovers rock" record. In 1977 and 1978 Issacs teamed up with producer Alvin Ranglin and recorded Tune In and several other hit records. Tune In is featured in Issac's 1980 album The Lonely Lover. In 1978 Issacs became one of the biggest reggae artists in the world after signing a record deal with Virgin Records, and making an appearance in the Jamiacn film Rockers. In this video clip from 1978, Issacs is featured performing Tune In on Earl Chin's Rootsman show.
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