b. Earl Daley, 1958, Kingston, Jamaica, Western world Indies. After earning local talent displays, Daley became a member of the group Flaming Phonics simply because lead vocalist just before voicing the self-penned ‘Malcolm X’ for Joe Gibbs in 1975, afterwards included in Dennis Dark brown. In 1977 Daley joined up with the Boris Gardiner Taking place who presented him to Lee Perry on the Dark Ark. There he documented four monitors in 1978/9 and fulfilled Earl Morgan from the Heptones, who created his debut record, Singing Superstar. His following collection was for the air disk jockey and DATC manufacturer Mikey Dread, although there have been singles for Augustus Pablo (‘Changing Globe’), Linval Thompson, Derrick Harriott among others, released through the entire early 80s, including a fantastic set for previous Stur-Gav duo Rank Joe and Jah Screw. By 1982/3 he was at Studio room One where his third edition of ‘Like Is A Sense’ was documented. The prior two versions had been for Aston ‘Familyman’ Barrett and Stafford Douglas; up to now, it continues to be Earl Sixteen’s most widely used melody. The Brentford Street sessions led to Coxsone Dodd’s Display record of 1985. Quickly afterwards, he turned allegiance to previous Royals founder Roy Cousins, after that Skengdon and Blacka Dread (‘Batman And Robin’) and Bert Douglas (‘Complications’). In 1988 following a two-year break, he resurfaced in Britain, covering Simply Crimson’s ‘Keeping Back again The Years’ and creating a short-lived try to make himself. During 1991/2 he was at Ariwa Seems, recording Babylon Wall space and several good singles for the Mad Teacher. Since that time he offers voiced for an increasing number of UK makers with varying examples of success, and made an appearance on paths by Dread Area and Leftfield. He produced his main label debut in 1997 with Steppin’ Out for WEA Information.