Dance Hall Style
classic album incl "Money Money" & "Cus Cus"

Dance Hall Style

Horace Andy

€ 24,95
  • LP
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Recorded at the tail end of the seventies, dance hall style reworks songs like "Money Money", first recorded by Bunny Lee and Derek Harriott's "Lonely woman" - alongside a version of Lloyd Robinson's "Cuss cuss" - and births bona fide classics like "Spying glass" (later covered by Massive Attack).

The musicians include Wackies regulars, men like Owen Stewart and Oral Cooke from Itopia, Ras Menilik and Jah T.; also Horace's multi-instrumentalist spar Myrie dread from the hungry town sessions. At the desk, Lloyd Barnes, Junior Delahaye and Douglas Levy coax unequalled vocal performances from Horace Andy, in correct showcase fashion, all worthwhile extended mixes. Iconic album, essential purchase.



  • 1.Money Money
  • 2.Lonely Woman
  • 3.Cuss Cuss


  • 1.Stop The Fuss
  • 2.Spying Glass
  • 3.Lets Live In Love


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