Friday, November 30, 2007

Michael Rose - Shine Eye Gal (Live, Video Review)

Dubroom (DUB) Reggae Video Review

WWW, November 2007 - Will he be able to do it without the help of those that were there when this track was born? The former lead singer of Black Uhuru gives the answer at his performance at the German Chiemsee festival.

Yes, he's getting older: Michael Rose, the former lead singer of Black Uhuru whose voice turned out to become as similar with the name of the group as Sly and Robbie. His dreads are much longer and he has his own way of wearing them.

His performance at Chiemsee marked the absence of those that were with him during that time as much as the brother's ability to lead a band and backing vocals into performing such a classic tune as the completely politikally inkorrekt Shine Eye Gal.



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