by:Phillip 'Fatis' Burrell for Exterminator Productions
All Songs written by Mark Wynter and Pillip Burrell
Publishished by: Xtm Sounds, Dubplate and Ixat
Recorded by: Skoolaz, Paul Daley, Ganja Field at Anchor Studios, Kingston
Mixed by: Paul Daley, Skoolaz, Steven Stanley, Soldgie at Anchor Studios,
Released: Feb. 8, 2000
is a time-honored tradition at RAS
Records to be the first to take a chance on an artist whom we know has
great potential and will one day find a place among the most-treasured
"greats" of reggae music.
From our first release with Peter Broggs to featuring early work by
Ini Kamoze, Mikey Spice, Sizzla, Luciano and a host of other stars, you
can always trust we are looking out for the hottest new talent to warm up
Some of our best new performers have emerged through the strong
relationship RAS has developed with producer Phillip
"Fatis" Burrell and his Jamaica-based Exterminator label.
RAS releasing the latest album from
Malachi (produced by none other than Fatis Burrell), is just a way we
are continuing a great custom.
Over We presents an artist surprisingly mature both vocally and
At times, he is spiritual and reflective, such as we hear on the
title track and "Meditation Time," and his optimistic spirit
comes through on tracks like "We'll Be Strong."
The perfect blend of roots intention, inspiring words, a sweet but
strong voice and an extremely addictive rhythm can be found on the cut
"Fishers of Men."
No matter what the interpreted intent of his songs, Prince
Malachi is undeniably matched just right with the likes of Sly
and Robbie, Dean Fraser, Nambo and Jazzwad. Malachi
also shines on duets with Lion
("Universal Pain") and Prince
Bob ("River Nile"), proving his versatility and bringing out
his complimentary skills.
Over We could be called Watch
Out For He- for Prince
Malachi is surely an artist we need to be keeping an eye on and
an ear to in the new millenium.
Reggae Source Reviews
||Watch Over We
||Jah It's I
||We'll Be Strong
||Seek And You'll Find
||Why Do We Have To Live This Way
||Fishers Of Men
||Where Do They Go
Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare, Donald Dennis, Dean Fraser, Chris Meredith,
Lenky Morrison, Nambo and Jazzwad
Harmony: Althea, Sherida, Leba, Heather, Dean, Limey, Dalton, Prince Malachi
Produced by: Phillip "Fatis" Burrell for Xterminator Productions
All songs written by: Mark Wynter and Phillip Burrell
Published by: XTM Sounds, Dubplate and IXAT, published 1999
Recorded at: Anchor Studio, Kingston, JA
Recording Engineers: Skoolaz, Paul Daley, Ganja Field, Mark
Mixing Engineers: Paul Daley, Skoolaz, Steven Stanley and Soldgie
Art & Package Design: Mitch Ites and Gary Keyes, copyright 1999
Original Photos: Brian Jahn, copyright 1999