Wayne Stoddart | Three Cs

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Three Cs

by Wayne Stoddart

This song speaks of decisions and consequences. For ever decision good or bad there is a price. The song is performed on a mellow 70s Wailers-like one drop roots reggae rhythm. It is reggae music in its purest form, a timeless classic for sure! There is d
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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Wayne Stoddart hot new single Three Cs speaks to decisions and their consequences or rewards. For every decision good or bad there is an effect, (the cause/effect principle). The song is performed on a mellow 70s Wailers-like one drop roots reggae rhythm. It is reggae music in its purest form; a timeless classic for sure!
There is definitely a Bob Marley and the Wailers influence on this track. This is understandably so as the song is produced by Aston Barrett Jr. son of Wailers Bassist and Nephew of the drummer Aston & Carlton Barrett respectively.
The new single is penned and performed by multi-award winning vocalist and song writer Wayne Stoddart and introduces the Reggae Force Band which consist of American reggae “white-chick” bassist Alaina Reed, Aston Barrett Jr. and veteran keyboardist Peter “Pan” Williamson.
There is a pleasant balance of heartwarming reggae music and a potent message of virtue of life on this track. It is truly a Psalm built around a delightfully catchy chorus. It will make you want to dance and sing for sure.
Simply put, it is pulsating reggae music, beautiful soul searching poetry and sweet melodic vocals. We say A+ for this one!
Mystically, the song was written by Wayne Stoddart over 10 years ago. However, the artist opted to wait for the right musicians to work this one and may I say it was worth the wait. ENJOY!!


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