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Earl Sixteen

b. Earl Daley, 1958, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. After winning local talent shows, Daley joined the group Flaming Phonics as lead vocalist before voicing the self-penned ‘Malcolm X’ for Joe Gibbs in 1975, later covered by Dennis Brown. In 1977 Daley became a member of the Boris Gardiner Happening who introduced him to Lee Perry at the Black Ark. There he recorded four tracks in 1978/9 and met Earl Morgan of the Heptones, who produced his debut album, Singing Star. His next collection was for the radio disc jockey and DATC producer Mikey Dread, although there were singles for Augustus Pablo (‘Changing World’), Linval Thompson, Derrick Harriott and others, released throughout the early 80s, including an excellent set for former Stur-Gav duo Ranking Joe and Jah Screw. By 1982/3 he was at Studio One where his third version of ‘Love Is A Feeling’ was recorded. The previous two versions were for Aston ‘Familyman’ Barrett and Stafford Douglas; to date, it remains Earl Sixteen’s most popular song. The Brentford Road sessions resulted in Coxsone Dodd’s Showcase album of 1985. Shortly afterwards, he switched allegiance to former Royals founder Roy Cousins, then Skengdon and Blacka Dread (‘Batman And Robin’) and Bert Douglas (‘Problems’). In 1988 after a two-year break, he resurfaced in England, covering Simply Red’s ‘Holding Back The Years’ and making a short-lived attempt to produce himself. During 1991/2 he was at Ariwa Sounds, recording Babylon Walls and several fine singles for the Mad Professor. Since then he has voiced for a growing number of UK producers with varying degrees of success, and appeared on tracks by Dread Zone and Leftfield. He made his major label debut in 1997 with Steppin’ Out for WEA Records.
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Track List: Black & Proud Vol.2

1. I'm Talkin' Bout Freedom

2. Who'll Pay Reparations On My Soul?

3. Malcolm X

6. Walk Tall (Live)

8. Brown Baby

12. Respect Yourself

15. I Wish I Knew (How It Would Feel To Be Free)

16. Lady Day And John Coltrane

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Track List: Jah Shaka Presents: The Positive Message

1. Rastaman

2. Look Youthman

3. I Love King Selassie

4. None A Jah Jah Children

5. Can't Pop No Style

6. Protect Them

7. Bad Days Are Going

10. Jah Love Is With I

13. Felt We Felt The Strain

14. Kingdom Rise Kingdom Fall

15. Hell A Go Pop

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Track List: Joe Gibbs & The Professionals: Irie Reggae Hits

1. Come On Little Girl

2. Lovely Lady

6. Danger In Your Eyes

7. I Can't Stand The Rain

8. My Number One

10. The Greatest Love

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Track List: Malcolm X (Single)

1. Malcolm X

2. Armaggedon Time

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Track List: Total Reggae: Roots

1. Fisherman

2. True Rastaman

3. Warrior

4. Hard Time Pressure

5. Black Liberation

6. Burn Babylon

7. Two Sevens Clash

8. None A Jah Jah Children

9. Border

10. Vinyard

12. Bits Of Paper

13. Fade Away

14. Never Stop Fighting

15. Ballistic Affair

16. Things And Time

17. Gates Of Zion

20. Fire Burning

22. Ina Jah Children

24. Devil's Throne

25. Carpenter Rebuild

26. Tribal War

27. Call Of The Rastaman

28. Far East

29. Praise Him

30. Jack Slick

31. Trials And Crosses

32. Fools Fighting

33. Torch Of Freedom

34. I Spy

37. Hypocrite

38. Here Comes The Judge

39. It's A Good Day

40. Stepping Out Of Babylon

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