A laid back, island-vibe song to make you feel reassured about life. Definitely cool and unhurried, it just plays its part as a feel good tune with sweet backing harmonies and all the flavour of a rum cocktail. A steady beat, steady guitar rhythms, steady bass - you see where this is going?
An upbeat track infused with reggae/ska vibes for an island sound - I can almost taste the sunshine. A familiar offbeat accent from the guitar drives the song continuously forward, and a horn section adds a rich flavour to this feel good song. Unfussed male vocals are positive and lively, yet remain laid back enough to keep the mood cool. If 'relaxed happy-go-lucky in the sunshine' is what you're looking for, this one's for you.
A smooth pop/reggae crossover song that will transport you to a tropical island with Mai Tai in hand. Luscious male/female harmonies catch the ear instantly, soon followed by slick guitar runs as it settles into a familiar offbeat groove. Guitar solos, clean deep bass, tight drums and an overwhelming spirit of good times and perseverance are its backbone. The happy-go-lucky smile you get is just a bonus.
Steady reggae pop song with clean male vocals and a laid back groove. Singing about taking a chance on love, the track features familiar ingredients: a solid rhythm section, off beat guitar and keyboard, interjecting guitar licks and where would we be without a bit of Hammond organ? Strolling paced rays of sunshine in song form.
Cool paced pop song with a heavy reggae influence. The usual line up of drums, bass and guitar is there, as well as the organ, but what's great here is the horn section, lifting the overall feel to smother this love story with sunshine moods and Caribbean vibes. Upbeat, charming and full of honest loveliness, it's a musical smile.
Fast moving, ska influenced song. A great driving energy sets this up as a really dynamic track featuring change ups between verses and choruses. A really tight powerful rhythm section grounds the piece, the organ lends a gospel vibe of sunshine and how about a trombone solo? Oh yes, it's got it. Add in the super catchy choruses and a message to the world about love, and it's just possible that this has it all.
Dance into the Caribbean night with this feel good track. Featuring steel drums and electric guitar for the melody, and to create the classic West Indies sound, it's the pounding rhythm section of percussive drums and lively bass that generate the movement, helped by lots of 'call/response' phrasing throughout. A short breakdown of delayed keyboard over hand drums and shaker freshens things up, ready for the return of the main theme to finish. Happy days.
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