Pam Hall

Genres: Reggae
Decades: 1980s 1990s 2000s


Hall has provided backing vocals, often alongside her brother Raymond, on numerous recording sessions in Jamaica. The family involvement in the music business also includes her sister Audrey Hall, who has been recording since the late 60s, peaking with her crossover chart success in the 80s with Donovan Germain. In 1976, Pam recorded in her own right for her performance on a duet with Tinga Stewart, ‘You Should Never Do That’. In 1986 her quest for recognition as a soloist came to fruition with the release of ‘Dear Boopsie’, which topped the reggae chart and crossed over into the mainstream, spending four weeks at the lower end of the UK Top 50. She followed the hit with ‘How Glad I Am’, produced by Danny Browne at Music Mountain, but in spite of suitable promotion she was unable to emulate her earlier success. The singles were both coupled with productions by Errol Wilson who has remained with the singer throughout her career as her...

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