McKay recorded a duet with Horace Andy in 1975, "Talking Love" which was also a hit in Jamaica. McKay enjoyed another hit in 1976 with "Dance This Ya Festival", which won the Jamaican Independence Popular Song Contest that year. McKay teamed up with Alvin Ranglin for the misleadingly titled The Best Of Freddie McKay (it was an album of new recordings). in 1977, McKay now adapting to the prevailing roots reggae style. The Ossie Hibbert-produced showcase album Creation followed in 1979, and Tribal Inna Yard in 1983. McKay maintained a faithful following until his death.
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Freddie McKay (sometimes Freddy McKay) (1947 – 19 November 1986 ) was a Jamaican singer, whose career spanned the rocksteady and reggae eras. McKay recorded a duet with Horace Andy in 1975, "Talking Love" which was also a hit in Jamaica. Angel (Massive Attack song) Massive Attack Trip hop Phil Pratt Roots reggae. rootsRoots musicrootsy. McKay teamed up with Alvin Ranglin for the misleadingly titled The Best Of Freddie McKay (it was an album of new recordings) in 1977, McKay now adapting to the prevailing roots reggae style. Reggae Culture (band) The Abyssinians Burning Spear Horace Andy. Myocardial infarction. heart attackheart attacksacute myocardial infarction.
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McKay recorded a duet with Horace Andy in 1975, "Talking Love" which was also a hit in Jamaica.
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He joined forces with Niney Holness in 1975 to cut Nice and Easy and Im in Love, paired up with Freddie McKay for the duet Talking Love, and also returned to JoJo Hookims side for Beware of a Smiling Face. Arguably, however, some of his best work was in conjunction with producer Bunny Lee. The two men inaugurated their partnership with a superb re-recording of Skylarking and Just Say Who, the latter fueled by a mighty mix courtesy of King Tubby. 1998 was further enhanced with a new album for Bushwackies, the sublime Horace Andy Sings Bob Marley album. Meanwhile, Massive Attack had launched their own label, Melankolic, and released Skylarking, a compilation of Andys more difficult to find hits from across his long career. This was followed at the end of the decade with an album of new material, the seminal In the Light.
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