Bob Andy (born Keith Anderson) is one of reggae's most influential singer/songwriters. Many of his songs, written both for other artists as well as himself, have been covered numerous times and are considered reggae standards. Some of his biggest hits written for other artists include Ken Boothe's "I Don't Want to See You Cry," Delroy Wilson's "It's Impossible (Impossible Love)," and Marcia Griffiths' "Feel Like Jumping" (co-written by Jackie Mittoo). Andy first attracted attention as a founding member of '60s rocksteady vocal group the Paragons. His solo career began in the late '60s when he recorded a string of singles for Coxsone Dodd's Studio One. In 1972, these singles, including "I've Got to Go Back Home," "Too Experienced," and "Unchained," were compiled on an album, The Bob Andy Songbook. From 1969 through the early '70s, Andy ...
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