Listen New Music Errol Organs – Heard Them Saying On The Natty Dread Riddim
» This is Errol Organs from Trench Town », here how Errol Organs usually presents himself, always with the best greetings coming from Trench Town, Kingston, Jamaica, home of Root Rock Reggae Music.
Listen the new release from Errol Organs titled ‘Hear Them Saying’ and recorded on the Natty Dread Riddim. The riddim is produced by Music Ambassadors Prod (MAP) and comes as a remake of the instrumental from the song ‘Natty Dread A Weh She Want’, recorded in the 70s by the legendary Horace Andy.
Errol Organs is a really truly humble rasta, one of the most talented singer, songwriter, composer, producer and arranger and artiste from Jamaica. He has produced, arranged and composed such famous Riddims as « Federal » & « Rebel Reggae » which boasts such Artists as Capleton, Anthony B and many more.
Errol Organs Heard Them Saying
The Natty Dread Riddim Mix
Errol Organs - On That Day
Errol Organs - Redemption Song
Errol Organs is also a very surprising artist whose smooth and soothing voice reminds us the legendary Bob Marley. ‘On That Day’ is one another of his 2013 brand new releases. To listen ‘On That Day’, click on this link http://www.reggaeearthunited.com/2013/10/07/listen-errol-organs-on-that-day/
This song ‘On That Day’ will give a taste of what fans can expect from the new album signed by Errol Organs that coming out in January 2014. This single is produced by Nagona Music Records (Switzerland), following other recent releases such as ‘Guns in Jamaica’ and ‘Let Dem Go’.
Currently, Errol Organs is looking for some shows in Europe, the release of his new album plus the creation of his official website.
In 2002, Errol Organs received the « Bob Marley Memorial Award » for excellency in Reggae Music in Toronto, Canada. He has also toured in Canada, The American West-Coast, Sunsplash (Jamaica), Africa, and Europe (Poland, France, Switzerland, Holland).
About Errol Organs, a journalist once said, « He should be the lead singer of the Wailers Band, as there is no other Artist like him in the world right now ». His God-father, Vincent « tawta » Ford (author of « No woman no cry », « Rastaman vibration », « Root rock reggae » & « Crazy Baldhead »), once said after seeing him performed, « Organs yuh bad, in a group or solo, yuh bad ». No wonder the late Cedella Marley had him as her protegé, because he constantly reminded her, of her son Bob Marley.
The clearness and sweetness of his voice, will leave you in a trance, leading you to believe that it is not he himself, but bears the burden of a legacy within the footsteps of the man he now follows.