Jack Ruby - gone but never forgotten. My early years in Jamaica from 1982 are filled with memories of Jack Ruby's music sessions at his home and business at 1 Music Ave, Ocho Rios. The name of the street has changed but it will always be Music Ave to me. Jack Ruby was most definitely a visionary way ahead of his time. He was constantly listening and reasoning, giving advice to local young men who wanted him to hear their songs and lyrics. Brigadier Jerry, U-Roy, Tiger, SuperCat, Nicodemus, Junior Demus are just a few of the people I got to see at Jack Ruby's back then. Slow winding, slow grinding all night, It was well worth riding from Long Bay on a 50cc motorbike to Ochi and see Briggy do his thing. FatJaw on the turntables, plus nuff young hopefuls hoping to get a turn on the mic. Early morning breakfasts at the restaurant next to his home gave you a reason to stick around longer after the dance was done and way longer than you probably needed to stay. But you just felt like you needed to be there. Like history was being made, but you were not quite aware of it at the time...you just felt the vibez and couldn't leave. That was Jack Ruby's. Felt like magic. Check out the clips and feel the vibez for yourself.