03.10.2011 [musicweek.com] - The singer songwriter has been credited with influencing artists including PeterTosh and was a pioneer of the genre which later became known as reggae. Dillon joined Stephen Taylor and Aston Morris to form the Ethiopians in 1966 and pened hits
23.09.2011 [The Guardian] - All accounts of its heyday in the early-60s give the impression of Dodd's Brentford Road base being a kind of West Indian Stella Street: Lee Perry recording Delroy Wilson, PeterTosh introducing Leonard Dillon of the Ethiopians, and Horace Andy queuing
23.09.2011 [Street North East (blog)] - It opens with a cantankerous sample from PeterTosh (a nod to AnGeL's family's musical roots, his Dad was a major reggae keyboard player). What follows is mix of the 'nasty and the nice at the same time' in his own words. 'Gleamin' see's West London's
15.11.2009 by Doug MacCash, The Times-Picayune James Brown. Jerry Lee Lewis. Etta James. The President was a 1924-vintage cruise boat. Wide. White. Three decks. A cross between a manatee and a wedding cake. Ask anybody: It was the coolest nightclub in town. Roy Orbison. Joan Jett. ...