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Horace Andy (born Horace Hinds on 19 February 1951) is a roots reggae songwriter and singer, known for his falsetto vocals and hit songs such as "Government Land", "You Are My Angel", "Skylarking" and a cover version of "Ain't No Sunshine".

With trip hop trio Massive Attack he did "Angel" & "Five Man Army".

Discography

  • Skylarking (1972) Studio One
  • You Are My Angel (1973) Trojan
  • Earth Must Be Hell (1974) Atra (with Winston Jarrett) aka The Kingston Rock
  • Earth Must Be Hell - Dub (1974) Atra (with Winston Jarrett)
  • In The Light (1977) Hungry Town
  • In The Light Dub (1977) Hungry Town
  • Pure Ranking (1978) Clocktower
  • Bim Sherman Meets Horace Andy and U Black Inna Rub a Dub Style (1980) Yard International (with Bim Sherman and U Black)
  • Natty Dread a Weh She Want (1980) New Star
  • Unity Showcase (1981) Pre (with Errol Scorcher)
  • Dance Hall Style (1982) Wackies aka Exclusively (1982) Solid Groove
  • Showcase (1984) Vista Sounds
  • Confusion (1984) Music Hawk
  • Sings For You and I (1985) Striker Lee
  • Clash of the Andy's (1985) Thunderbolt (with Patrick Andy)
  • Elementary (1985) Rough Trade - Horace Andy & Rhythm Queen
  • Reggae Superstars Meet (1986) Striker Lee (with Dennis Brown)
  • From One Extreme To Another (1986) Beta (with John Holt)
  • Haul & Jack Up (1987) Live & Love
  • Fresh (1988) Island In The Sun
  • Shame and Scandal (1988)
  • Everyday People (1988) Wackies
  • Rude Boy (1993) Shanachie
  • Jah Shaka Meets Horace Andy (1994) Jah Shaka Music
  • Dub Salute 1 Featuring Horace Andy (1994) Jah Shaka Music
  • Seek and You Will Find (1995) Blackamix International
  • Seek and You Will Find - The Dub Pieces (1995) Blackamix International
  • Life Is For Living (1995) Ariwa
  • Roots and Branches (1997) Ariwa
  • See and Blind (1998) Heartbeat
  • Living In The Flood (1999) Melankolic
  • Mek It Bun (2002) Wrasse
  • From the Roots: Horace Andy Meets Mad Professor RAS
  • This World (2005) Attack
  • Livin' It Up (2007) Medium (with Sly & Robbie)
  • On Tour (2008) Sanctuary
  • Two Phazed People (2009) dontTouch (with Alpha)
  • Serious Times (2010)
  • Broken Beats (2013), Echo Beach




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