Bob Andy's career as a singer and songwriter has spanned over fifty years, from the early days of Jamaican music's golden era right up until the present day. A founding member of vocal group The Paragons and one half of Young, Gifted and Black duo Bob and Marcia, Keith 'Bob Andy' Anderson is best known for his distinctive lyrics and melodies. His much-loved songs of the Sixties were among the first from his homeland to herald the social commentary which, in the following decade, became one of reggae's globally recognized trademarks. Lots of Love and I, released in Jamaica in 1977, is Bob Andy's only album recorded in the roots era. Including classics such as "The Ghetto Stays in the Mind" and "Feel the Feeling", this inspired collection has been unavailable for over thirty years.
Lots of Love and I is available as a limited edition of 750 Individually numbered copies on orange coloured vinyl.
- 180 gram audiophile vinyl
- Limited edition of 750 Individually numbered copies on orange coloured vinyl
Official website: http://www.bobandy.com/