Toppa Top 10: Ten Classics Featuring Style Scott

October 14, 2014

Barrington Levy-Shine Eye Gal (1979)

The Roots Radics backed Barrington Levy from the start of his career in the late ’70s, supplying the riddims on a string of successful and era-defining albums for Henry “Junjo” Lawes’ Volcano label. Perhaps nothing embodies the sound of dancehall in the pre-digital era than the Radics’ work with Levy. “Shine Eye Gal” is a prime early example: