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The musical virtuoso is back with his best album yet; Standing Ovation shows Richie has
risen to the occasion and is making social commentary about realities of life, this is reflected
in tracks such as Cut It Off and Jungle (featuring Hanour). The consummate romantic and
irresistible lover-boy, Richie has Can’t Tek Mi Girl, Standing Ovation, Quiet Storm and Take
Me Away in his arsenal of Lovers’ Rock, defying anyone to challenge his lyrical genius and
passionate appeal. Life Without Music and Where Is The Love (featuring Cocoa Tea are a
tribute to the value of music and its necessity as part of life. Fire Tonight featuring General
Degree is a Latin influenced track which adds flavor and diversity to this album. Gone Too
Soon is Richie’s tribute to Dennis where he uniquely uses a medley of Dennis’s song to
honour him. Mama’s Blessing shows Richie’s adoration of his mother and their special
mother and son relationship, here his mother Carmen joins him on this track; a fitting climax
to this remarkable compilation of well-produced authentic reggae tracks.
1. Special Request
2. Pull Up
3. Ready to Shine - feat: Gentleman
4. Cut It Off
5. Gone Too Soon (Tribute to Dennis Brown)
6. Can’t Tek Mi Girl
7. Standing Ovation
8. I’ve Got You
9. Jungle - feat: Singer Hanour
10. Where Is The Love - feat: Coco Tea
11. Champion
12. Quiet Storm
13. Fire Tonight - feat: General Degree
14. Take Me Away
15. Life Without Music
16. Mama’s Blessings - feat: Mama Carmen
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