Pat Kelly possesses one of the great soul voices to come out of Jamaica. Influenced by the fantastic American singer Sam Cook, Pat Kelly could ride over any tune that came his way and with his outstanding falsetto voice always added a little magic to each recording!
Compiled on this album are some of his finest moments with timeless cuts 'How Long ( Will I Love You)','Little Boy Blue' alongside some other killer lost classics, as our set opener 'It's a Good Day','Somebody's Baby','Give Love a Try' and 'I'm In the Mood for Love'. His version of ‘Twelfth Of Never' in a Rocksteady Style sounds as good now as it did then! also included his interpretation of the James Carr soul hit 'Dark End of the Street' which has Pat Kelly working over the same rhythm as 'How Long' but giving it a different slant with these fresh lyrics.
A fine set from one of the Islands finest, Jamaican Soul indeed... enjoy the set!