Moon Author's Review
Sonic Sounds Record Manufacturing Company run by Jason Lee, sells vintage reggae on vinyl, including 33s and 45s. Customers must buy a minimum of three of each item. Sonic no longer distributes. It was founded in 1978 by Jason's father, Neville Lee, brother of Byron Lee, who was front man for Byron Lee and the Dragonaires until his death in 2008. Byron Lee and the Dragonaires were ambassadors of Jamaican Music from 1964, when their first producer and former prime minister of Jamaica Edward Seaga selected the band to back a showcase of talent at the World's Fair. Eventually the group earned a listing in the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest-running band. Neville managed Dynamic Sounds, the studio Byron Lee bought from Seaga, changing the name from West Indies Records Limited. Neville later left Dynamic to found Sonic.