Wayne Smith – Life Is A Moment In Space 12"
Before igniting the digital reggae revolution with Under Me Sleng Teng in 1985, vocalist Wayne Smith had already released a bunch of quality roots tunes under production from Prince Jammy. 'Life is a Moment in Space' is probably the most acclaimed result of those foundational years: a one-of-a-kind roots monster. Wayne’s soulful interpretation is reminiscent of his contemporaries Hugh Mundell and Lacksley Castell, with lyrics borrowed from ‘A Woman in Love’ by no-other-than Barbara Streisand. Originally released around 1982, now reissued by Golden Gems with unreleased cuts from Jammy’s vaults, it is a must-have in every selector's box.
A: Wayne Smith – Life Is A Moment In Space
B: Prince Jammy - Life Is A Moment In Dub