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Al Campbell has always deserved more recognition than he's gotten. A relaxed and sweet-voiced singer, he's equally at home in falsetto loverman, computer-driven dancehall, and crooning roots modes. On Always in My Heart he spends time in each of those contexts, skanking in a smooth roots-wise style on "Try Jah Love" and "Live Up," speaking in a gentle voice of warning on the more dancehall-inflected "Brotherman," and placing his heart on his sleeve for the romantic plea "Could You." He shows fine taste in cover versions, delivering excellent versions of the rocksteady classics "No Jestering" (better-known as part of the Upsetters' repertoire) and "Officially." Interestingly on these tracks his delivery is strongly reminiscent of Larry Marshall's. Recommended.


Born: February 15, 1959 in Birmingham, England

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

In 1946 the West African Rhythm Brothers band was founded and vocalist Al Campbell was the leader. The band recorded over 50 albums and is known as one of the best highlife bands in Nigeria. Campbell released his first album in 1968 titled Highlife Today. As a solo artist, Campbell is best known for his classic single "No More Running." He has sung with, written for, or produced Barrington Levy, Freddie McGregor, Dennis Brown, the Mighty...
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