Clarence Kingston

Clarence-Kingston

Not quite reggae not quite pop not quite ska; Clarence Kingston and the Royals blow the musical lines apart to create their own style of offbeat reggae influenced pop music

Tea Cosy

Tea Cosy

Tea cosy was part of a drunken Sunday afternoon jam session. I cannot tell you where the words or the story came from. They just appeared out of nowhere and to this day I still find them amusing, it’s like a joke somebody else made up. I hope you enjoy it, we did. By the way, don’t take this very...

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Only Human

Only Human

Every day, it seems like I make a mistake, I’m only human, Everything that you give to me, I do break, I’m only human

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Jamaica No9

Jamaica No9

Jamaica number nine is based on a true story where the manager of the venue was, the one supplying the punters and band members with drugs. It was a very interesting place to play! A little while, after we left the venue, the manager and his boss were rated, and there were substantial quantities...

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