Midweek Repeat: Horace Andy Live-ish 2pm Weds 8th April

During our temporary closure, we’re digging deep into the Band on the Wall archive to pick out some of our favourite recordings from gigs gone by. For our weekly Live-ish sessionwe’ll be broadcasting a full archive gig ‘as live’ for you to watch along every Friday evening at 7pm.

If you missed it on Friday last week, here’s one more chance to catch Horace Andy’s full gig, Live-ish.

Midweek Repeat: 2pm Wednesday 8th April – Horace Andy

Horace Andy is a legendary voice in reggae history; a Jamaican roots legend and known to millions as a Massive Attack collaborator. Possessing what must be one of reggae’s most beautiful voices, Andy emerged as a major force in the 1970s when his collaborations with producer Coxsone Dodd and, later, Bunny Lee resulted in a series of songs now considered classics including You Are My Angel, Skylarking, Just Say Who, Don’t Try To Use Me, Zion Gate, I’ve Got to Get Away and Something On My Mind. Later hits include the much-loved singles Government Land and Do You Love My Music and seminal album In The Light.

In 1990, his long-standing collaboration with trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack began which resulted in him contributing to all five of their albums – most notably with Angel on Mezzanine and Five Man Army on Blue Lines. Horace Andy continues to be one of reggae’s brightest voices and most loved stars, and a real favourite of ours here at Band on the Wall.

This stream is free to watch, but these are extremely difficult times for an independent non-profit organisation like Band on the Wall, so any and all donations are welcome and enormously helpful.

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To start the stream, hit play on the embedded YouTube Live video.

Next Live-ish Show: Jazzanova, 7pm Friday 10th April

The Berlin-based DJ/producers performed at Band on the Wall with 10-piece band and featuring Paul Randolph on vocals. One of Europe’s foremost proponents of the nu jazz, broken beat and jazz house styles, Jazzanova’s signature sound also incorporates elements of hip-hop.