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Tenor Saw

About Tenor Saw

While digital rhythms were just beginning to take over in the early '80s, Tenor Saw went and released massive Dancehall hit "Ring the Alarm" over a smooth, decidedly un-digital, Dub-like groove recorded by organist Ansel Collins. His soulful vocals switched between a stinging twang and a smooth whisper, gliding over many hits (including "Fever" and "Pumpkin Belly") before his unfortunate death in 1988.

Listen toTenor Sawon Rhapsody

While digital rhythms were just beginning to take over in the early '80s, Tenor Saw went and released massive Dancehall hit "Ring the Alarm" over a smooth, decidedly un-digital, Dub-like groove recorded by organist Ansel Collins. His soulful vocals switched between a stinging twang and a smooth whisper, gliding over many hits (including "Fever" and "Pumpkin Belly") before his unfortunate death in 1988.

About Tenor Saw

While digital rhythms were just beginning to take over in the early '80s, Tenor Saw went and released massive Dancehall hit "Ring the Alarm" over a smooth, decidedly un-digital, Dub-like groove recorded by organist Ansel Collins. His soulful vocals switched between a stinging twang and a smooth whisper, gliding over many hits (including "Fever" and "Pumpkin Belly") before his unfortunate death in 1988.

About Tenor Saw

While digital rhythms were just beginning to take over in the early '80s, Tenor Saw went and released massive Dancehall hit "Ring the Alarm" over a smooth, decidedly un-digital, Dub-like groove recorded by organist Ansel Collins. His soulful vocals switched between a stinging twang and a smooth whisper, gliding over many hits (including "Fever" and "Pumpkin Belly") before his unfortunate death in 1988.