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Always on My Mind Single, Import

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 19, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Import
  • ASIN: B000PSJABM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,187,338 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The era of the dancehall singer having just as much, if not even more, influence in the music is long gone. A trip through dancehall's ever growing history lists names such as Nitty Gritty, King Kong, Admiral Tibett and of course Tenor Saw who have made there names as the genre's top singing acts. However, over the past decade or so after the emergence of greats such as Wayne Wonder, Nadine Sutherland and the incomparable Sanchez, the role has descended to just being occupied by newcomers and older singers making comebacks. Still, the dominant and everlasting name has been Beres Hammond, who sometimes is overlooked due to his slimmed down recording schedule, but make no mistake about, the real big man in charge of singing in the dance over the past fifteen years or so, has been Beres Hammond. The last few years, however, have shown quite a few new entrants for the role who have shown serious potential. One of the first few was the eclectic and seriously underrated Mr. Vegas who on the wings of his MONSTER hit, Heads High, entered the dancehall game with a buzz which hadn't been seen in quite awhile. Vegas also attached himself to a young DJ, the now superstar Sean Paul and the two grew together in the business making hits all the while. Today, the Martian toned Vegas, after several dry spells and breaks, is regarded as a proven hit maker in the dancehall an is on quite an upswing over the past two years (check out his new album, Hot it UP). After Vegas, the next singer to emerge of substance was probably Wayne Marshall. Marshall also took the path of aligning himself with an up and coming DJ in the ridiculously talented Vybz Kartel and while he is a singer, his style is one so close to djaying that it lends itself to making songs which aren't too dissimilar to those of his pure DJ peers.Read more ›
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Truly a great CD. Highly recommended for any lover of Roots Reggae. Excellent production and soulful lyrics will satisfy all reggae lovers who take a chance on this CD. Why this artist isn't more prolific is truly puzzling. I just discovered this gem and feel im late to the party. Overall I highly recommend. Buy this disc today!
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daville is not DANCEHALL he is REGGAE n I got all he albums thay all good and if you never heard of him go on mp3drug.com and download his tunes. thank you for suporting daville jah bless all his fans and thank you for readin :-)
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