An unreleased gem from the On-U archives that features on the forthcoming 'Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2: 1985 - 1990' compilation.
Born Lloyd Jarrett Vincent in Westmoreland, Jamaica, the re-christened Bim Sherman was a star of the 70s roots reggae era on the island, his sweetly melodic voice adorning classic tunes such as â€œLove Foreverâ€ (later covered by the New Age Steppers), â€œTribulationâ€ and â€œMighty Rulerâ€; often issued on his own imprints such as Scorpio or Red Sea. Adrian Sherwood became a fan whilst importing records for the aforementioned Pama record shop, and when Bim moved to the UK in the early 80s he was invited to join Adrianâ€™s burgeoning crew of singers & players. He stayed part of the On-U family up until his untimely death in 2000, making guest appearances on numerous releases, and cutting essential solo LPs such as Across The Red Sea and Miracle. He also frequently used the ever-evolving On-U studio facilities to cut material for his own Century and RDL labels.
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