Earl started his recording career in 1975 as lead vocalist for the Flaming Phonics, a group he formed while still a schoolboy in Kingston, Jamaica.
Earl went on to record for Lee Perry, Augustus Pablo, Derrick Harriott, Joe Gibbs and Roy Cousins, before moving to the London in 1985. Here he worked with Mad Professor amongst others, but also stepped outside of reggae to work with Leftfield, who he still tours with.
David Rodigan, BBC Radio 1xtra
A. Soul Revivers feat. Earl Sixteen - Got To Live
B. Soul Revivers -Living version
Label: Acid Jazz
Format: 7" Vinyl