Album review
Season To Season
Gone Clear

Tracking list

  1. This wine of mine
  2. Woman a tease me
  3. Welcome
  4. True love
  5. Simmer down
  6. Season to season
  7. Stranger in town
  8. Rip and run off
  9. Danger zone
  10. Some boy nuh know
  11. Picture on the wall
  12. Better day
  13. Voice of the Holy city
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)

Vocals : 3/4 Backing : 4 Production : 4 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 4

Pinchers' breakthrough came with the King Jammy's produced "Agony" in 1987. This track inna digital style made him a celebrity in Jamaica and he recorded some albums for King Jammy, Exterminator and did a fine "clash' album with Frankie Paul. In the early '90s he scored again with "Bandolero", using Gregory Isaacs' "Storm" riddim. Now he teams up with Gussie Clarke for the "Season to Season" album. Recorded at the Music Works Recording Studios. the album consists of 13 tracks, mostly inna lovers style. Some tracks are strongly R&B influenced ,notably "Season to Season" and "Welcome". As usually Gussie's production is near to perfect, but Pinchers' vocal delivery isn't consistent throughout the whole album. It's not an album you will turn to again and again, but it certainly has it strong moments.

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