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Horace Andy (born Horace Hinds on 19 February 1951) is a roots reggae songwriter and singer, known for his distinctive vocals and hit songs such as “Government Land” also “Angel” & “Five Man Army” with Trip hop trio Massive Attack. He is also famous for a cover version of “Ain’t No Sunshine”.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Hinds recorded his first single in 1967 for producer Phil Pratt. “This is a Black Man’s Country” failed to make an impact, and it wouldn’t be until 1970 that he achieved a breakthrough. After unsuccessfully auditioning at Coxsone Dodd’s Studio One as a duo along with Frank Melody, he successfully auditioned on his own a few days later. Dodd decided Hinds should record as Horace Andy, partly to capitalize on the popularity of Bob Andy, and partly to avoid comparisons with his cousin, Justin Hinds, with whom his singing style at the time showed a resemblance. “Got To Be Sure”, the song he had auditioned with, became his first release for Studio One. The following two years saw the release of further singles such as “See a Man’s Face”, “Night Owl”, “Fever”, and “Mr. Bassie”. One of Andy’s most enduring songs, “Skylarking”, first appeared on Dodd’s Jamaica Today compilation album, but after proving a sound system success, it was released as a single, going on to top the Jamaican chart. The next few years saw Andy regularly in the reggae charts with further singles for Dodd such as “Something on My Mind”, “Love of a Woman”, “Just Say Who”, and “Every Tongue Shall Tell”, as well as singles for other producers such as “Lonely Woman” (for Derrick Harriott), “Girl I Love You” (Ernest and Joseph Hoo Kim), “Love You to Want Me” and “Delilah” (Gussie Clarke), and “Get Wise”, “Feel Good”, and “Money Money” for Phil Pratt. Andy had a second Jamaican number one single in 1973 with “Children of Israel”. Andy’s most successful association with a producer, however, was with Bunny Lee in the middle part of the 1970s. This era produced a series of singles now regarded as classics such as a re-recorded “Skylarking”, “Just Say Who”, “Don’t Try To Use Me”, “You Are My Angel”, “Zion Gate”, “I’ve Got to Get Away”, and a new version of “Something on My Mind”.
In 1977, Andy moved to Hartford, Connecticut, with his first wife, Claudette, where he recorded for Everton DaSilva, including the In The Light album and its associated dub album, and singles such as “Do You Love My Music” and “Government Land”. Andy set up his own Rhythm label, which became an outlet for his work with DaSilva. The association with the producer was brought to an abrupt end when DaSilva was murdered in 1979. Andy’s 1978 album Pure Ranking had anticipated the rise of dancehall reggae, and he was a key figure in the early development of the genre, confirmed by 1982′s Dance Hall Style album. Andy continued to record with a variety of producers in the first half of the 1980s. In 1985, with his second wife Caroline, he relocated to Ladbroke Grove, London, and he recorded in the United Kingdom as well as regularly visiting Jamaica for further recording work.
Mainstream success with Massive Attack
1990 saw Andy’s profile further raised when he began collaborating with Bristol trip hop pioneers Massive Attack, going on to contribute to all five of their albums (the only artist to do so), most notably with “Angel” (a new version of “You are My Angel”) released on their third album, Mezzanine and most recently on their 2010 release Heligoland, on the tracks “Splitting the Atom” and “Girl I Love You”. In the mid-1990s he also worked with Mad Professor, releasing the albums Life Is For Living and Roots and Branches. He continues to record new music, with the Living in the Flood album released in 1999 on Massive Attack’s Melankolic record label, and Mek It Bun in 2002. He also featured on the world music project, 1 Giant Leap, and on the Easy Star All-Stars 2006 album, Radiodread.
He is a Rastafarian. Some of his lyrics on the subject of homosexuality have been considered controversial. Andy stated that Trojan Records only agreed to release his album On Tour after removing a track containing the lyrics, “The Father never make Adam and Steve, he make Adam and Eve”.
Skylarking (1972) Studio One
You Are My Angel (1973) Trojan
Earth Must Be Hell (1974) Atra (with Winston Jarrett) aka The Kingston Rock
Earth Must Be Hell – Dub (1974) Atra (with Winston Jarrett)
In The Light (1977) Hungry Town
In The Light Dub (1977) Hungry Town
Pure Ranking (1978) Clocktower
Bim Sherman Meets Horace Andy and U Black Inna Rub a Dub Style (1980) Yard International (with Bim Sherman and U Black)
Natty Dread a Weh She Want (1980) New Star
Unity Showcase (1981) Pre (with Errol Scorcher)
Dance Hall Style (1982) Wackies aka Exclusively (1982) Solid Groove
Showcase (1984) Vista Sounds
Confusion (1984) Music Hawk
Sings For You and I (1985) Striker Lee
Clash of the Andy’s (1985) Thunderbolt (with Patrick Andy)
Elementary (1985) Rough Trade – Horace Andy & Rhythm Queen
Reggae Superstars Meet (1986) Striker Lee (with Dennis Brown)
From One Extreme To Another (1986) Beta (with John Holt)
Haul & Jack Up (1987) Live & Love
Fresh (1988) Island In The Sun
Shame and Scandal (1988)
Everyday People (1988) Wackies
Rude Boy (1993) Shanachie
Jah Shaka Meets Horace Andy (1994) Jah Shaka Music
Dub Salute 1 Featuring Horace Andy (1994) Jah Shaka Music
Seek and You Will Find (1995) Blackamix International
Seek and You Will Find – The Dub Pieces (1995) Blackamix International
Life Is For Living (1995) Ariwa
Roots and Branches (1997) Ariwa
See and Blind (1998) Heartbeat
Living In The Flood (1999) Melankolic
Mek It Bun (2002) Wrasse
From the Roots: Horace Andy Meets Mad Professor RAS
This World (2005) Attack
Livin’ It Up (2007) Medium (with Sly & Robbie)
On Tour (2008) Sanctuary
Two Phazed People (2009) dontTouch (with Alpha)
Serious Times (2010)
Broken Beats (2013), Echo Beach
2013: SINGER JAH – What A Day – (The Change Riddim – Reggaeland)
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Marconie Fraser aka Singer Jah was born in Montpelier St James (Jamaica) and later relocated to May Pen in Clarendon.Growing up in Jamaica where reggae music is the hearbeat of the people Singer Jah’s
Passion for music started at an early age when his mom observed that he would sing along with all the songs that he heard on the radio or coming from a sound system.SINGER JAH is the younger brother of reggae singer ”Ginjah” to whom Singer Jah credits his inspiration and love for the music and in 2008 Singer Jah auditioned for the Magnum Kings and Queens of the dancehall talent show and was crowned the first Magnum King of the dancehall on the 19 of April 2008 in Kingston Jamaica, known for his powerful chant of ”Waasskaa Waasskaa” and his melodious singing style many compare Singer Jah to the late great Garnet Silk because he conveys so much emotion and passion in his songs. Singer Jah has worked with many of the top music producers in Jamaica, Europe,Japan South Africa and the U.S.A. which has resulted in many of his songs being in heavy rotation in countries such as Japan, Canada, Europe, USA, Costa Rica and the Caribbean,in 2008 SINGER JAH recorded an album with famed Jamaican producer Cordel ‘’Skatta’’ Burrell and in 2010 SINGER JAH’s debut album (WAASSKAA) was released via itunes and amazon.com from which the hit single Right on Time announced to the world of reggae that a new reggae star was on the rise from Jamaica and in 2012 SINGER JAH recorded his second album WARRIOR OF JAH ARMY for Barcelona (SPAIN) based reggae label REGGAELAND PRODUCTIONS,the album was released worldwide on may 2012 with the single PRAYERS 2 THE MOST HIGH climbing to position # 2 on the NEW ENGLAND RADIO CHARTS in the U.S.A.
SINGER JAH has performed on many stage shows and festivals in Jamaica including STING,REGGAE SUMFEST,MANCHESTER FIESTA,ST MARY MI COME FROM and BEENIEMAN SUMMER SIZZLE,armed with a burning passion for singing reggae music and a no giving up attitude towards life SINGER JAH continues on his mystical musical journey and is always in the studio recording new songs for his fans and reggae lovers worldwide.
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