PRODUCER Harry Mudie is not as famous as some of his contemporaries like Clement Dodd or Duke Reid, but he has a number of firsts to his name. For starters, he was the first to record seminal roots group Count Ossie and the Mystic Revelation of Rastafari and and saxophonist Wilton Gaynair. Another significant achievement for the Spanish Town-born Mudie. He is the producer who introduced live strings to reggae. "After leaving school in the late '50s, I started a sound system then got involved with Count Ossie. And we went to the studio and did a session out of which came the singles Babylon Gone and So Long," Mudie told the Observer recently. "After that I went away to England."