This Morning

At 65 years old the Jamaican reggae legend releases what he considers to be his best work to date.

With This Morning Clinton Fearon shows that he is one of the very last great reggae artists still able to record new classic.

From a declaration of love with Waiting to his response to police brutalities with No Justice, these 13 tracks remind us the talent of this gifted melodist and his inflexible engagement for a more equal society.

 

Released September 2016

 

Tracklist 

1. Doctor Say
2. This Morning
3. Waiting
4. No Justice
5. Talk
6. This Train Is Leaving
7. Respect
8. Speak Your Mind
9. Don't Be Afraid
10. Fooling Myself
11. Turn Up The Music
12. Again
13. We A One

Lyrics 

All the lyrics of "This Morning"
THIS MORNING lyrics for website.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [128.0 KB]

Credits 

All songs  composed and written by Clinton Fearon

 

Recorded at Soli Studio in Seattle by Mell Detmer

Mixed at Studios Davout in Paris by Derek Fevrier

Mastered at Master Works in Seattle by Barry Corliss

 

Produced by Clinton Fearon

Published by Jamin International Music - BMI

© and ℗ 2016 Boogie Brown Productions

 

 

Musicians and instruments:

All bass and lead vocals, plus guitars, percussions and harmony vocals by Clinton Fearon.

All drums by Carlton ‘Santa’ Davis except on This Train Is Leaving, Speak Your Mind, Turn Up The Music and Again by David ‘Davee C’ Carpenter.

All organ and piano by Alex Chadsey except piano skank by Chava Mirel on Doctor Say, This Morning, No Justice, Respect, Speak Your Mind and Fooling Myself.

Additional harmony vocals by Chava Mirel and Ire Taylor on Respect and Fooling Myself.

 

 

 

 

Additional percussions by Ire Taylor on WaitingNo JusticeThis Train Is Leaving and Fooling Myself.
Lead guitar by Mark I on Respect.
Saxophone by Izaak Mills on This MorningNo Justice, Speak Your Mind and Again.
Flute by Izaak Mills on Don’t Be Afraid.
Marimba by Susan Pascal on Doctor Say and Talk.
Trumpet by Samantha Boshnack and trombone by Nelson Bell on Again.
Steel pan by Pete Remine on Turn Up The Music.

 

 

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