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New Interpretation of Tonight by Earl 16

New Interpretation of Tonight by Earl 16

New Interpretation of Tonight by Earl 16

By Karl Pearson on Wednesday, April 8, 2015 - Comment

Keith & Tex rocksteady classic brought bang up-to-date.


Reggae Roast - TonightThe progressive UK label Reggae Roast latest release is a cover of “Tonight” originally performed by Keith & Tex with production by Derrick Harriott from way back in Jamaica’s Rocksteady golden era of the late 1960’s. Performing vocal duties on this upbeat digital interpretation is the renowned roots vocalist Earl 16 who has been performing for over 30 years.

The track is produced by label boss Jim Moodie with the aid of the two newest additions to the Reggae Roast collective, Tradesman and Danny T and combined they have all reinvigorated this track to bring it bang up-to-date for the 21st century.

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