Sophistication galore on Bitty McLean’s Heart, Mind & Soul

R-7081757-1433611061-1166.jpegUK’s number one crooner Bitty McLean is back with yet another solid collaboration with Sly & Robbie. Heart, Mind & Soul EP follows the beautiful The Taxi Sessions released two years ago.

This fresh new EP is presently only available on vinyl, which also comes with a CD, and collects six tracks of which four are previously unreleased. Anything and Everything is available on Sly & Robbie & Spicy Chocolate’s The Reggae Power and In and Out of Love was also featured on The Taxi Sessions.

Heart, Mind & Soul continues where The Taxi Sessions left off. Bitty McLean sings his heart out over vintage Sly & Robbie riddims, originally laid at Channel One by the Hookim brothers. His voice is as elegant as ever and the bass and drums are rock solid and completed by smooth horns.

Bitty McLean has a great presence in his performance and it’s easy to imagine him singing in a small club, walking effortlessly around the floor singing genuine love songs for all the lovers and couples out there.

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