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May his name be remembered and his music live on. Mittoo was born in Brown's TownSaint Ann ParishJamaica and began learning to play the piano when he was three under the tutelage of his grandmother.
He played with Lloyd "Matador" Daley in and In the mids, he emigrated to TorontoOntarioCanada. He also set up the Stine-Jac record label, as well as running a record store. He performed in local Toronto lounges throughout the s. Mittoo continued to record for Jamaican producers in the s, mostly Bunny Lee.
In the s, he often worked with Sugar Minott. Inhe travelled to Ghana with British band Musical Youthand while there recorded tracks that would later be released on the album Jackie Mittoo in Africa. Mittoo entered a hospital on 12 December and died of cancer on 16 December at the age of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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