Reggae Lovers Rock Angel Eyes Remix
Clinark Brings Back The Love For Angel Eyes Song with an Island Mix
He is currently located in his hometown in Southampton, Bermuda. He said "I was looking for a song that was warm for the season and Angel Eyes is a popular favourite amongst my fans. As it's a great love song, I thought it would be good to remix the track and vocals and reintroduce it to a new audience."
"Angel Eyes, Remix" is now available on most digital download stores at £0.99p on CDBaby.com, iTunes, Amazon & Tidal and will be streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and more online stores.
Credit's: "Angel Eyes Remix" (c) (2018) lead & Back Vocals & Producer (C.Dill), Backing Vocalists: Kofi & Barbara Knapp, Composers: C. Dill & J L Edwards, Nurture Projects Music.
"Angel Eyes" (2008) from the Journey To Foreign Album, Original Credits: Executive Producer: Clinark (C. Dill), Producers: Leroy 'Mafia' Heywood' & Dave 'Fluxy' Heywood, Production/Mixing Engineer: Carl 'Dillie' McLeod Recorded At Stingray Studios, London, UK, Recording Engineer (Tracks): Gussie P, Recorded At Mafia & Fluxy Studios, London, UK, Keyboards & Bass Guitar: Leroy 'Mafia' Heywood, Drums & Percussions:
More about Clinark:
Singer, songwriter and producer, Clinark is known as " The Reggae Torch." His real name is Clinarke Dill. He was born on the British Territory of Bermuda. He sang and played keyboards and drums. for top bands. A chronic bout of vertigo caused Dill to turn his back on music in 1999. He wrote and recorded the vocals for a song called 'Dem Come' (2004) under the name of 'Dill-in-Jah, this was for UK label, Dread Unity. He co-founded the independent record label, Nurture Projects Music in 2004. In 2006, he released his first album, "Clinark Live in Holland with Dutch band "Poor Man Friend." He released his debut studio album "Journey to Foreign" in 2008. This included collaborations with Maxi Priest with the song "Better Tomorrow" receiving a nomination as 'Song of the Year" (2009). He also collaborated with Richie Spice, Luciano, Kofi, Brinsley Forde (Aswad) Irie Love, Fantan Mojah and Gramps and Peetah Heritage and Troy Anthony. He was nominated for two British Reggae Industry Awards for "A Tribute to Michael Jackson - A legend and a Warrior" (2010) and "Journey to Foreign in Dub"(2010). His previous works include "I'll Be There" (2009) just before Jackson's passing, He released an E.P, "The Solution"(2015)
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