One of the most enduring (and enduringly popular) reggae groups of the 1970s, the Chosen Few not only had an enviable string of hits across the decade, but also toured the United States, Canada, and England; spawned one unabashed star offshoot career for co-founder Scotty, and launched the international career of co-founder Franklin Spence (aka A.J. Franklin). The group was formed in Kingston, Jamaica, in 1969, following the breakup of the Federals, by ex-Federals Spence and Scotty, with Noel "Bunny" Brown and Richard MacDonald. Spence was the longest-tenured member of the group, which continued working into the '80s with Errol Brown and Michael Deslandes. ~ Bruce Eder
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