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Deryck Lance Murray (born 20 May 1943) in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago is a former West Indies cricketer. A wicket keeper and right-handed batsman, Murray kept wicket to the West Indian fast bowling attacks of the 1970s (including Andy Roberts, Michael Holding, Joel Garner and Colin Croft); his glove-work effected 189 Test dismissals and greatly enhanced the potency of the bowling attack.
The first human beatbox in the rap world, and still the best of all time, Doug E. Fresh amazed audiences with his note-perfect imitations of drum machines, effects, and often large samples of hip-hop classics. Fresh was born Doug E. Davis in Barbados, and his first appearance came in 1983 on a single for Spotlight called "Pass the Budda," with Spoonie Gee and DJ Spivey. His introduction to most hip-hop fans, though, came one year later with his astonishing performance in Beat Street behind the Treacherous Three. His first solo features also came in 1984, with "Just Having Fun," "waxed for Enjoy", and "Original Human Beatbox" for Vinentertainment.
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Brian Lara is considered by cricket fans throughout the world as the world's greatest batsman of this era. Brian Lara holds the record for highest first class score 501 for Warwickshire against Durham in 1994, and the highest Test score 400 for West Indies against England at the Antigua Recreation Ground in St. Johns in 2004.
Andy Roberts emerged as a force in West Indies cricket during the 1970's and for almost a decade he was an integral part of the West Indies four prong pace attack bowling in partnership with Holding, Garner, and Croft. He was a thinking bowler and his bouncer was regarded as one of the most dangerous. He varied its pace, often setting batsmen up with a slower bouncer and then surprising them with one of extreme pace causing them to play hurried shots often to their detriment.
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