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Ain't No Sunshine. Crying Over You. Drums of Freedom. Everything I Own. Freedom Day. Got to Get Away. It's Gonna Take a Miracle. Keep My Love from Fading. Lady With the Starlight. Left With a Broken Heart. Let Go. Let's Get It On. Live Good. Make Me Feel Alright. Moving Away. So there you have the Silver Words versions, but no article on reggae would be complete without some mention of Ranking, so here goes: 1.
Rodriguez 2. Dennis Brown 3. Ken Boothe Non-Smoking 4. Barrington Levy 5. Ken Boothe Smoking 6. This is a pleasant version driven by a standard reggae guitar sound and fleshed out with an insistent piano body and given life by a nice sunny, almost Hawaiian guitar. Wilson's voice is akin to Marley's and adds warmth to the track while the mid-tempo beat would have patrons doing that half dancing, half shuffling dance around the dancehall. Albums Cover art Lyrics Chords Sounds.KEN BOOTHE Vinyl Records and CDs: A versatile vocalist whose career spans almost the entire modern Jamaican music era, Boothe was one of the first solo singers to adopt the new Rock Steady rhythms in the mids. His sweet, clear tone was strongly reminiscent of American Soul singers like Marvin Gaye and David Ruffin, and his work with hit Missing: Silver Words.