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    http://www.myspace.com/mrhoraceandy

    Sortie : 2008

    Style : Reggae Roots , Dub

    Tracklist :

    I May Never See My Baby (Anymore)
    I Feel Good All Over
    Lonely Woman
    Thank You Lord
    You Are My Angel
    Gonna Keep On Trying (Until I Win Your Love)
    Ain't No Sunshine
    Can I Change My Mind
    Don't Break Your Promise
    Dream Lover
    John Saw Them Coming
    Riding For A Fall
    Rain From The Skies
    Where Did Love Go (Illiteracy)
    (Woman) Don't Try To Use Me
    Tag Along
    Let The Teardrops Fall
    Today Youth (Aka Youth Of Today)
    Love Ja Ja Children
    Horace Andy & Earl Flute - Don't Think About Me
    Horace Andy & Earl Flute - Satan Side (Aka Peter & Judas)
    God Is Displeased
    I Don't Want To Be Outside
    Get Wise
    Zion Gate
    Letter To Mummmy And Daddy
    Better Collie
    Better Collie Version
    No Man Is An Island
    (We Got To) Go Forward
    Nice And Easy
    Nice And Easy Dub
    A Serious Thing
    Something On My Mind
    Just Say Who
    Sky Larking
    Man To Man
    Love Of A Woman, The
    Bless You
    Money, Money
    My Guiding Star
    True Love Shines Bright
    Materialist
    Poor Man Style
    Psalm 68
    Dub 68

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    Blessed with one of the sweetest voices in reggae, Horace Andy has had a remarkably consistent career over the last 30 years. This two-disc Trojan set covers his earliest years, beginning with his stint at Studio One with legendary producer Coxsone Dodd. Andy left Dodd after a couple of years, and began a nomadic drifting from producer to producer, which makes the consistent high quality of his records all the more amazing. Highlights here include "Nice and Easy," along with its dub, recorded with Niney Holness, and a trio of tunes produced by Bunny Lee, "Skylarking" (which was a remake of Andy's first big hit at Studio One), "Zion Gate," and a cover of Tapper Zukie's "Better Collie." Andy enjoyed a resurgence of sorts in the early '90s when he began a productive collaboration with the band Massive Attack, but what is arguably his strongest work belongs to the period covered by this anthology, making it a fine starting point for listeners looking to connect with this stylish Jamaican singer. ~ Steve Leggett
    Includes liner notes by Noel "Harry" Hawks.
    All tracks have been digitally remastered.

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