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ArtistANDY, HORACE
TitleSAY WHO
FormatVinyl LP (Album)
GenreReggae
LabelKINGSTON
Catalog NumberKSLP 41
Barcode5060135761189
ID960391
RemarksO Import 
 
Horace Andy has always commanded a place high on the list of reggae singers from Jamaica. His distinctive, haunting vocal style stands strong on any rhythm, song, or style he chooses to cover. He has managed to crossover to a new generation of listeners due to his individual style, helped also by his collaborations with the likes of Massive Attack. Born Horace Hinds in 1951, Kingston Jamaica, he began his musical career at Coxsonne Dodd's Studio One. So impressed with the young Horace, Coxsonne decided on a name change and named him after his top songwriter at the time, Bob Andy. paid off later with "Skylarking," a tune that put the singer all over the radios and sound systems of Jamaica. After numerous singles and two albums worth of material, Horace moved on to work with many of the topflight Jamaican producers, among them Keith Hudson, Augustus Pablo, and Niney the Observer, but it was his work with producer Bunny Lee in the '70s that produced most of his hits, which we have compiled for this set. Some of his late '60s classics are recut in the popular 1970s style, working with the rhythm kings themselves, Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare. They have added some shine to "Something on My Mind" and "Skylarking" and made them hits all over again. Horace also adds his signature to covers of Delroy Wilson's version of the Tams's "Riding for a Fall," the Heptones' "My Guiding Star," John Holt's "Man Next Door," and Bill Withers' "Ain't No Sunshine." A bass-heavy cut of Bob Marley's "Natural Mystic" is also present. This fine set of 1970s classics represents some of the best music ever made in Jamaica.
 
Track listings
Media 1
1. YOU ARE MY ANGEL
2. MY GUIDING STAR MONEY
3. JUST SAY WHO
4. MONEY MONEY
5. SKYLARKING
6. SOMETHING ON MY MIND
7. RIDING FOR A FALL
8. ZION GATE
9. NATURAL MYSTIC
10. LOVE OF A WOMAN
11. DON'T TRY TO USE ME
12. MAN NEXT DOOR
13. BETTER COLLIE
14. NO MAN IS AN ISLAND
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