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While Skylarking is really the second Horace Andy album by this name, the 1997 release is actually a compilation of tracks from throughout his formidable career, put together for release on Melankolic (the label run by British trip-hop trio Massive Attack). Skylarking stretches from 1970 Studio One cuts such as "Fever" and "Every Tongue Shall Tell" to some of his Massive Attack highlights, like the eerie pulse and creep of "One Love" and "Spying Glass," which actually appears in two versions  .

Complete your Horace Andy collection. Skylarking ‎(LP, Album). Studio One. SOL. 1116. Vendi questa versione. Best Of Horace Andy ‎(Cass, Album, Amp). United Artists Records.

Skylarking (Horace Andy album). Skylarking is the first studio album by roots reggae artist, Horace Andy. Not to be confused with his Best Of, also called Skylarking. Where Do the Children Play".

This was the grim set that Horace Andy was born into in 1951 in Kingston. By the time he started cutting songs with famed Caribbean producers Phil Pratt and Coxsone Dodd in the late 60’s, Jamaica’s mercantile disenfranchisement was in full swing. There was plenty to be angry about, but for all its brutalized origins, rocksteady music and its later formation into contemporary reggae were always denoted by uplift and a danceable abandon. It’s difficult to pinpoint this album’s beauty and charm, and it will do little to appeal to those who don’t take to reggae or ska. Its lack of change in tuning or tempo might make it repetitive and monotone to some. But the complex set of history and geography that stand behind "Skylarking" isn’t the only thing that makes Horace Andy such an original or formative presence music. Today, reggae has mostly been relegated to a platitude, the fare of stoners or innocuous background music at get-togethers

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). In addition to the vintage tunes that Horace Andy sings, there are two tracks the he recorded with Massive Attack in the 1990s, "One Love" and "Spying Glass. Besides being just very cool songs, it shows what an influence the Horace Andy had on other musicians. If you are a fan of 1970s reggae, you should definitely check out Horace Andy. One person found this helpful.