...all that will be remembered of him by the overwhelming majority of decent people, is the absolutely disgusting, puerile and completely unacceptable behavior of what is supposed to be, or was supposed to be, a professional man. For shame. What a horrible legacy.
That is indeed the one pertinent fact that will remain after this pantomime/horror movie mash up has ended.
You're doing him a disservice here; he not only produced all their albums but also served as a cultural ambassador between Jamaica and the west. It's fair to say that he's the "seventh Wailer" and nobody else did more to popularize Reggae than him. To this day he bridges the divide between the Black and White communities in Brixton. Utterly selfless, our Ed.
He will always be remembered for his 'ball of sound' record production.