Eek A Mouse



Eek A Mouse - Most Wanted - Greensleeves

Greensleeves have moved slowly and carefully onto there 12" releases - producers then artists. Eek as had some great albums from Greensleeves over the years but this is probably the very best - Its got all the big hits 'Wa Do Dem' and 'Anarexol' but other tunes like 'Do You Remember' and 'Wild Like A Tiger', never mind 'Star, Daily News and Gleaner' were also great favourites. Reggae needs people like Eek A Mouse - he more or less invented the singjay style - You don't hear this kind of stuff in the music today - and reggae is poorer for it. If there are companies out there looking to do something for the music team Eek up with Old Scratch!!!! Lee always understand the power of the human voice - even if the person is called a mouse!!!

Eek A Mouse - Mouseketeer - Greensleeves - CD

Really good to see the Mouse coming forward with so much good music. Right from the start he sounded original enough to last. His last album 'Assassinator' proved that he could sing, that he was a singer, but for this album produced by Junjo, he goes back mainly into the singjay style. There are exceptions though like 'Star, Daily News, or Gleaner', which tells a little story concerning a woman who sells the newspapers mentioned above, in all weather conditions and in all areas of Kingston.

Eek A Mouse - The Mouse And The Man - Greensleeves - 1983.

Eek A Mouse's third album and one that indicated he's good for quiet a few more. Of late he's been more consistant. Achieving a steady stream of success rather than really big hits. In that time he's built up an hardcore of Eek A Mouse fans. An artist needs that kind of support it enables him to go into self production eventually with the confidence, that his music will sell. For now he's the No.1 singjay artist. and with some good production, in this case from Linval Thompson, he will remain so.

Eek A Mouse - Assassinator - RAS - 1983

'Assassinator' remains Eek A Mouse's best song to date nothing prior to it or since as equaled it. Although many have come close, only 'Assassinator' displays his wide range of vocal sounds that are now well known and loved, with a very strong reality lyric, that tells of the violence experienced living in Kingston, Jamaica. Produced by Anthony & Ronald Welch, George Michailow and Eek A Mouse, the album also contains other favourites like 'Penni-Walli' 'Gun Shot A Cry' and 'Bad Friday'.

Eek A Mouse - Mouseketeer - Greensleeves - 1983

Really good to see the Mouse coming forward with so much good music. Right from the start he sounded original enough to last. His last album 'Assassinator' proved that he could sing, that he was a singer, but for this album produced by Junjo, he goes back mainly into the singjay style. There are exceptions though like 'Star, Daily News, or Gleaner'. Which tells a little story concerning a woman who sells the newspapers mentioned above, in all weather conditions and in all areas of Kingston.

Eek A Mouse - The Very Best Of - Greensleeves - 1987

Eek A Mouse remains to this day one of reggae music's most unique talent. Of late he's been a bit quite, so its good to see an LP like this, released at this time. The tracks on this magnificent set are taken from 5 LPs and shoe Eek as the best example of the sing jay style to date. Which is something he should be proud of, unfortunatly its a term he never liked, prefering to see himself as a singer, with an unusual style. Rather than a creator of a new style. One of the wildest collections of reggae music to be heard.the sing jay style to date. Which is something he should be proud of, unfortunatly its a term he never liked, prefering to see himself as a singer, with an unusual style. Rather than a creator of a new style. One of the wildest collections of reggae music to be heard

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