This is what we call a surprise!
Jamaican singer Roy Ellis playing soul with The Teenagers, one of ever the best voices in jamaican music with one the best soul bands nowadays.
Roy Ellis, the jamaican singer who sold seven million copies with Symarip in the 60’s, left reggae music on the 70’s for dedicating his career to gospel and soul music. Just entered into XXI century his fans rescued him back to the reggae scene with a great response from from the audience playing all over Europe, USA, Japan and Latin America.
And just now, on the top of his comeback to reggae music, attacks with this northern soul stomper backed by The Teenagers.
The Teenagers are based in Granada, Spain, leaded by singer and frontman Al Supersonic. They are making a big name on the soul scene releasing new recordings with the german label Unique Records, one of the best labels in soul music nowadays. They are a taltend band which has backed some soul legends like P.P. Arnold and Dean Parrish.
Roy Ellis is a gifted soul singer with over 50 years of musical career and The Teenagers the perfect band for making a hit. They have released this limited 7” vinyl single stamped in golden letters for their fans.
Recorded, mixed and produced by Carlo Coupé and Al Supersonic at the Funkorama studios in Madrid.