Reggae legend Ernest Ranglin returns with resplendent sound

Ernest Ranglin is back with a new album, recorded entirely in Toronto, called Ernest Ranglin at Side Door Records.
Ernest Ranglin, one of reggae's original greats, performs live in studio q. (Fabiola Carletti/CBC)

Ernest Ranglin is one of the most influential figures in reggae music. The veteran guitarist has worked with all the genre's greats, from Jimmy Cliff to Prince Buster, and influenced many more. He even taught Bob Marley guitar. 

Now the Jamaican reggae legend is back with a new album, recorded entirely in Toronto, called Ernest Ranglin at Side Door Records. He swings through studio q to perform from the record and chat with q guest host Talia Schlanger. 


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