The opener on this 10" likewise recasts a reggae evergreen for its rhythm, Keith and Tex' Tonight - but now the music (co-produced by Sugar Minott, either side of the Bubble Up album) is darker and more burnished, with Wayne Jarrett's Horace-styled falsetto set off against nyabinghi percussion. Also featured are the only reggae interpretation of Lionel Richie's Truly you need to hear, and a killer version of Don Carlos' Black Harmony.