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    (Late night blues)
    (Late night blues)

    Hey little girl don't forget that we've got a date (got a date)
    I'll be at the gate at precisely quarter to eight (quarter to eight)
    So put on your best dress and don't be late
    Yes, I would appreciate if you have some faith

    We gonna have nice time tonight
    And everything will be alright
    We love tight
    Out of sight

    I'm going to take it to the blues (late night blues)
    So baby all you got to do is to wear us off shoes (wear us off shoes)
    If you choose to go to the late night show
    Then baby I'll take you anywhere that you want to go (anywhere you want fe go)

    We gonna have nice time tonight
    We gonna dub this ya rhythm so nice
    We love tight
    Out of sight

    Hey little girl remember we've got a date (got a date)
    And I'll be at the gate at precisely quarter to eight (quarter to eight)
    So put on your best dress and don't be late (dancing shoes)
    I would appreciate if you got some faith (if you got some faith)

    We gonna rub this ya music tonight
    We gonna have nice time tonight
    We love tight (late night blues)
    Out of sight (late night blues)
    (Late night blues)
    (Late night blues)
    (Late night blues)
    (Late night blues)

    I'm going to take it to the blues (late night blues)
    So baby all you got to do is to wear us off shoes (wear us off shoes)
    If your choice is to the late night show
    Then baby I'll take you any place that you wanna go

    We gonna jam this ya music tonight
    We gonna jam this ya rhythm so tight
    We love tight
    (Late night blues)
    (Late night blues)
    (Got a date)
    (Quarter to eight)

    (Have nice time tonight)

    (Late night blues)
    (Wear us off shoes)

    Oh yes now, oh yeah. Oh oh
    Oh oh (Late night blues)

    Hey little girl don't forget that we've got a date (got a date)
    I'll be at the gate at precisely quarter to eight (quarter to eight)
    So put on your best dress and don't be late
    Yes, I would appreciate if you have some faith

    We gonna have nice time tonight
    And everything will be alright
    Real uptight
    Out of sight, yeah

    I'm going to take you to the blues (late night blues)
    So baby all you got to do is to wear a soft shoes (wear a soft shoes)
    If you choose to go to the late night show, oh yes
    Then baby I will take you anywhere
    That you want to go (anywhere you want fe go)

    We gonna have nice time tonight
    We gonna dub this ya rhythm so nice
    Real uptight
    Out of sight , oh yes

    Hey little girl remember we've got a date (got a date)
    And I'll be at the gate at precisely quarter to eight (quarter to eight)
    So put on your best dress and don't be late (dancing shoes)
    I would appreciate if you got some faith (if you got some faith)

    We gonna rub this ya music tonight
    We gonna have nice time tonight
    Real uptight (late night blues)
    Out of sight (late night blues)
    (Late night blues)
    (Late night blues)
    (Late night blues)
    (Late night blues)

    I'm going to take you to the blues (late night blues)
    So baby all you got to do is to wear a soft shoes (wear a soft shoes)
    If your choice is to the late night show
    Then baby I'll take you any place that you wanna go

    We gonna jam this ya music tonight
    We gonna jam this ya rhythm so tight
    Real uptight
    (Late night blues)
    Out of sight
    (Late night blues)
    (Got a date)
    (Quarter to eight)

    (Have nice time tonight)

    (Late night blues)
    (Wear a soft shoes)

    Although he reached the peak of his solo career during the heydays of the eighties dance hall mania thus celebrating his impact with five top ten hits between 1982 – 1985, Late Night Blues Nice Time Tonight, Dice Cup, Hog & Goat, I’m Not Getting Crazy and Spread Out The latter of which is included here, he is still churning out solid, melodic roots reggae. There’s an old saying in the music industry that claims: What goes around, comes back around. In Dons’ case a request for reinstatement to his former role as lead vocalist for a rejuvenated Black Uhuru reunion eight years ago resulted in a sadly underrated Now album. Amazingly he has been able to maintain dual roles of solo and group member efforts without inflicting a conflict of interest. It is an extremely rare feat if an artist’s repertorire is built without a few mistakes along the way and up until the reunion of original Uhuru in 1990, Carlos’ reputation suffered slightly from over exposure. During this exhaustive and hectic period, one of Jamaica’s leading producers’ of the 70’s and 80’s Bunny Striker Lee was able to coax some of the singer’s finest moments, which are here by recompiled for this nifty set. By cleverly employing the rugged rhythm section of top sessions musicians like Sly & Robbie, the Roots Radics Band plus Santa and Ranchie, This selection shows just how close producer and artist in perfect harmony got to developing the true potential which Carlos has always shown. The opener, Jonnie Big Mouth is a wistful attempt at reaffirming small time braggerts and so called know all’s of their false impression, over that profound Drifter riddim. While Booming Ball utilises Alton Ellis I’m Just a Guy bass line to good effect. And further merits are handsomely gained as the ever reliable Real Rock riddim encapsulates yet another rendering via Ababa John 1. Among other things this collection is a prime example of versions excursions, so finally but certainly not of the least the album’s singnature tune, Laser Beam utilises that old Three Tops It’s Raining riff to great effect. Biography by John Williams 8/1998


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