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Roy Shirley (b. Roy Rushton Shirley, 18 July 1944, Kingston, Jamaica, d. 4 July 2008 in same town), also known as King Roy Shirley and The High Priest was a singer whose career spanned over the ska, rocksteady and reggae eras. His "Hold Them" 1966 is regarded by some in the reggae branch to be maybe the first recorded rocksteady song. He was also one of the original members of The Uniques 1966. Shirley grew up in Trench Town, and began his career performing in talent contests.
In 1961 he released "Mule Train Stomp", his first single for Swan, featuring rich guitar tones. Buchanan's 1962 recording with drummer Bobby Gregg, nicknamed "Potato Peeler," first introduced the trademark Buchanan "pinch" harmonic. An effort to cash in on the British Invasion caught Buchanan with the British Walkers. Gossage recalls how Roy was very impressed by the Hendrix 1967 debut album Are You Experienced?, which was why he made sure to give Roy a ticket to the early show at the Hilton. Gossage went backstage to take photos and tried to convince Jimi to go and see Roy at the Silver Dollar that night after the show, but Jimi seemed more interested in hanging out with the young lady who was backstage with him.
All these small things they gather round me Gather round me Is it all so very bad? I can't see All these small things they gather round me Gather round me. I saw the police Screaming something trivial Like 'keep the peace!' The world moves on and you can't shake the sound. I know she's home Waiting on somebody Loathe in light All in my mind The anvil and the weight upon my back. A much different experience than his first album, but no less musically riveting. This song is him complaining about the problems in the world and how they sometimes consume him. In later songs he continues to use this them, for example in Conrad he comes to the conclusion that he and the person spoken to will never be the change to the weather.
Round Mountain is Char and Robby Rothschild's musical collaboration featuring original songs through a lens of world traditions. Featuring 'Burn it Down' from our album 'Truth and Darkness'. What’s Up With Us. Robby wrote this song about the recent solar eclipse. Recorded these basic tracks at Frogville, thanks to Bill Palmer.