Tenor Saw - Fever flac album

Tenor Saw - Fever flac album Performer: Tenor Saw
Title: Fever
Style: Reggae, Dub, Dancehall
MP3 album: 1788 mb
FLAC album: 1983 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: MP1 WMA AC3 XM MOD AUD TTA
Genre: Reggae

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Clive Bright (2 December 1966 – August 1988), better known as Tenor Saw, was a Jamaican dancehall singjay in the 1980s, considered one of the most influential singers of the early digital reggae era. His best-known song was the 1985 hit "Ring the Alarm" on the "Stalag" riddim. Born in Victoria Jubilee Hospital, Kingston, Jamaica, Bright was raised as the fourth of six children in the Payne Land, Maverley and Olympic Gardens areas of West Kingston before the family settled in Duhaney Park

Tenor Saw. Fever ‎(LP, Album). Blue Mountain Entertainment Corp.

Tenor Saw. Fever, 1985. Tenor Saw. Lots of Sign, 03:35. Shirley Jones, 03:26. Eni Meeni Mini Mo, 03:48. Jah Guide and Protect Me, 03:44. Rub-A-Dub Market, 03:33.

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Tenor Saw was a singer of incredible talent who honed his skills with the Youthman Promotion sound system and was able to transfer his energy in the sound clash directly to an album format. The CD release of Fever includes eight dub versions of the tracks on the album. These versions lack any vocals but are still a worthwhile companion to the original album. Matt Whalley, All Music Guide. Exclusive discount for Prime members

During that time, Tenor Saw made himself a star and provided a bridge between live and digital recording. His hypnotic vocals floated over digital tracks, helping to deliver dancehall into the modern era. Fever, his only full-length album release during his life, is a testament to the strength of Saw's voice as well as his songwriting