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Roots reggae singer Horace Andy was riding a creative hot streak in his mid- to late-'70s career, ranking among the most popular vocalists in his field with consistent hits featuring his haunting, sometimes whispery vocals. His vocal presence was so distinct and formative that he would be called upon later by Massive Attack to lend his trademark croon to some of their strongest tracks, moving from influential figure to collaborator. Some of his best-known productions are included on this 16-track collection, focusing on a brilliant run of late-'70s singles recorded at legendary Jamaican studios such as Channel One and King Tubby's. While Horace Andy made a longer run of staying relevant and busy than many of his early contemporaries, Say Who captures the essence of what made him so great in his beginning days, and shows how some of the magic that made his biggest hits also touches the majority of his work from that time.