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Horace Andy

Horace Andy

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The Voice Squad

Overview by Barney Hoskyns, New Musical Express, 12 January 1985

From the raw to the pure, from the sublime to the meticulous — BARNEY HOSKYNS sings the praises of 24 of music's most glorious voices. ...

Horace Andy: Put It All Down To His Quaver

Interview by Ben Thompson, The Independent, 26 September 1996

Horace Andy has fathered 16 children. He's also had a long career in reggae. ...

Horace Andy: Komedia, Brighton

Live Review by David Bennun, The Guardian, 20 July 2017

The reggae veteran has some of his eerieness smoothed out in a brisk and businesslike set – but his vibrato-laden voice remains spellbinding. ...

Horace Andy: Still massive after all these years

Retrospective and Interview by James Maycock, The Independent, 19 June 1998

He was big 30 years ago, but Horace Andy is singing sweetly to this day. ...

Horace Andy: Heavenly Social, London

Live Review by Lucy O'Brien, The Guardian, 30 October 1999

After three decades as a singer, Horace Andy can still surprise. Lucy O'Brien reports ...

Horace Andy: Subterania, London

Live Review by Paul Sexton, The Times, 9 October 1996

Massive respect ...

Keep on Runnings

Report by Sean O'Hagan, The Guardian, 15 February 1992

Bob Marley's music is not the young music in Kingston today. Ragga not reggae is king. And that took the British group Massive Attack to ...

Roots master — Horace Andy: Living in the Flood (Melankolic) ****

Review by Sean O'Hagan, The Guardian, 22 October 1999

Thirty years into his career as a reggae singer, Horace Andy has hit paydirt, writes Sean O'Hagan ...

see also Massive Attack


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