Artist / Title : Triston Palma - Never turn my back / Version
Label : Flash Records      Format : 7" single      Date : 09-09-1998
Riddim : Tonight
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

Artist / Title : Jah Cure - Revolution - Version
Label : Flash Records      Format : 7" single      Date : 09-09-1998
Riddim : Tonight
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

Artist / Title : Anthony B - Mister Labalaba - Version
Label : Flas Records      Format : 7" single      Date : 09-09-1998
Riddim : Tonight
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

Artist / Title : Paul Elliot - What We Need Is Love - Version
Label : Flash Records      Format : 7" single      Date : 09-09-1998
Riddim : Tonight
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

Artist / Title : Rolex - Fools Desire - Version
Label : Flash Records      Format : 7" single      Date : 09-09-1998
Riddim : Tonight
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

Artist / Title : Yami Bolo - Sitting In The Ivory Towers - Version
Label : Flash Records      Format : 7" single      Date : 09-09-1998
Riddim : Tonight
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)


Roots fans should check out some cuts of these G. 'Flash' Lee produced Flash Records titles which all ride a new lick of Keith & Tex's old Derrick Harriott production "Tonight". Reggae veteran Triston Palma delivers a convincing wicked track on this splendid riddim wich, by the way, contains some nice harmonies. He praises the Almighty and promises "never to turn his back on Jahoviah". Jah Cure first attracted worth mentioning attention in 1997, when he recorded some real good roots & culture oriented tunes for the Firehouse Crew, Syl Gordon's "321 Strong" label and Beres Hammond's "Harmony House" imprint. With this excellent new single Jah Cure once again proves that he's a reality singer par excellence. The young "revolutionary" Anthony B. has already proven to be one of the top articulators among the new generation of spiritually enlightened deejays. Although it sometimes may seem as if he reserves his best songs for Richard Bell's "Star Trail" label - the quality of his recordings for other producers is not always in line with his skill and talents - this one can be considered as one of the best tunes he has delivered outside the "Star Trail" stable. Paul Elliot and Rolex are two up-and-coming young singers who are truly well worth checking out. Paul Elliot expresses himself in a style of his own and has already surprised us with some noteworthy tunes that he recorded for several producers on the Island. With What we need is more love he adds another decent cut to his previous releases, delivering an uplifting and appealing song about "love and unity". The other newcomer, Rolex, possesses a less powerful but a far more smooth voice compared to Paul Elliot's singing. The harmony vocals support the singer very well as he utilizes the riddim to its fullest and he has enough lyrics to keep you involved till the very end. His effort is a solid one and we are pretty sure that we will be hearing more great tunes from this gifted singer in the future. Yami Bolo probably needs no further introduction as this young sweet-voiced singer - nevertheless already a veteran of the Jamaican music scene - has proven to be popular in the recording studio as in the Jamaican dancehalls. Performing cultural reggae and get it out worldwide has always been his main goal and this great song is no exception to it. So pick your choice, all of them noice !

Teacher & Mr. T.