Words of My Mouth
Songwriter, Producer & Recording Artist 'Sangie Davis, reknown for writing classic Reggae hits, such as 'Wake Up & Live' on Bob Marley's Survival album and ''Words''; a world-wide tune he wrote and sang on Lee Scratch Perry's Upsetters label in the 70's.' Since the early charts of his first two hit songs 'Oh Ma Oh Pa' and Loving You, recorded in 1959 with The Melody Enchanters for Chris Blackwell's Blue Beat label, Sangie Davis has collaborated with the most celebrated figures in Reggae. Davis's songwriting created such memorable hits as 'Wake Up & Live' performed by Bob Marley; 'Words' with Lee Scratch Perry; 'Make Ends Meet' recorded by Dennis Brown; Let's Dance' recorded by Judy Mowatt; 'Where Is The Love' recorded by Marcia Griffith; 'Girlie Girlie' performed by Sophia George [subsequently reproduced in four languages]; 'No wey no betta dan yard', performed by Tinga Stewart [Jamaican festival song of the year, 1981]; and many, many, more. Some of his most recent projects include 'This Feeling' featured on Luciano's latest album, Serious time. By 1979 Davis was the A&R and PR Director for the label Tuff Gong, where as a producer his lyrics and musical arrangements advanced the career of artist Nadine Sutherland and shaped that of artist Sophia George. Since the late 80's, Davis continued producing albums with artists from around the globe for an international independent label Orthodox Muzik. Through his active membership in the music department of The Twelve Tribes of Israel Organization, a new conviction of spirituality emerged and the gospel would remain rooted in the forum of his creative expression. Further developing the legacy of an elaborate recording career, by recommendation of his closest friends, Davis recorded and produced his solo album 'Words Of My Mouth' in 2005. Sangie has been a pivotal force behind the production and development of numerous timeless hits in reggae music for more than four decades, this world-renown songwriter & recording artist has been one of the most sought after composers of the 20th century. Label: Orthodox Muzik ALBUM FACTS 'Words of my Mouth' is the debut release of legendary musical maestro, Sangie Davis. Recorded in Jamaica on the Orthodox Muzik label, this 13 track album features a combination of sounds creating a perfect harmony of Roots, Reggae and R&B. As a key player in the Twelve Tribes of Israel's music body, Sangie has demonstrated his expertise as an artist, director and producer. He has also proven himself to be a pivotal force behind the organizations Orthodox Muzik Label in an effort to join thousands of performers from around the globe to spread the Gospel. This project showcases such legendary talent as Dessie Jones, Earl (Bagga)Walker, Robbie Lyn, Earl (Chinna) Smith, Winston (Bo Peep) Bowen, Bongo Herman and Squidley Cole. Sangie is also backed by the world renowned brass section of Dean Fraser, Nambo Robinson, David Madden, Chico Chin and Egbert (Eggie) Evans. 'Words of my Mouth' truly demonstrates Sangie Davis's Superstardom as an artist and veteran musician whose talent and vision continue to lead the way in reggae music today. FEATURED GUESTS: We Need Love: Cherry Rock, Boom Dawn, Culture Dan, Khafren Ruiz Zebulun & Jahziel Naphtali TRACKS: 1. SPECIAL INVITATION 2. ALL TYPE OF PEOPLE 3. LOVE HAS TAUGHT ME 4. WE NEED LOVE 5. PRETTY SMILE 6. PULL ON THOUGH 7. WORDS OF MY MOUTH 8. ORTHODOX TEACHING 9. MAGNIFY THE LORD 10. JERUSALEM 11. JAH WILL GUIDE 12. PROPHET CALLING 13. HUMBLY I ASK TIMELINE OF CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 1955 Began his career by becoming a member of the 1000-Voice Choir in Jamaica 1958 'The Rocking Stereos'; a five-man vocal harmony he formed 1959 Signed to Chris Blackwells Blue Beat label with the second band he formed called, The Melody Enchanters; a 3-man vocal harmony They are known for the two songs he wrote: 'Oh Ma, Oh Pa' and 'Loving You' 1963 Moves back to Trenchtown and spends his time learning among the greats in reggae music. 1974 Black Starliner with Fredlocks in which he co-Arranged, co-produced, sang and played Wrote and Produced: Reaching Our Goals for Georgie Wine Beaufort Wrote and Produced: Baptism for Dan Hutson and The Seers 1976 Producing Twelve Tribes of Israel artists Bob Marley invited Sangie to write songs and work with him Wrote songs for the I Three's, Marcia Griffith, Judy Mowatt, King Sounds, Shirley Bennett Anicia Banks and more 1979 Wrote Wake Up & Live on Bob Marley's Survival Album Tuff Gong's A&R and PR Director, hired by Bob Marley 1980 Discovered Nadine Sutherland; wrote and produced her first five songs; see ASCAP for listings 1981 'No Wey No Better Dan Tawd' sung by Tinga Stewat; Won National Festival Song Competition 1986 'Girley Girley' sung by Sophia George became a Hit 1987 Spent most of his time working with the Twelve Tribes of Israel Continued writing for Dennis Brown, Judy Mowatt and others 2000 He planned to open a record label 2001 Orthodox Muzik; The Official Record Label of the Twelve Tribes of Israel Launched in Jamaica Produced: 'Got To Leave This Place' by Dan Hutson & The Seers Produced: Great & Marvellous' by Orthodox Issachar 2002 Wrote: 'This Feeling' sung by Luciano on his latest album, 'Serious Time' 2003 Orthodox Muzik Carribean Tour Produced CD's for the Twelve Tribes of Israel New York & London Wrote: 'Guilty Conscience' and 'Man and Man' sung by Marcia Griffiths. Produced CD's for the Twelve Tribes of Israel New York & London 2004 Records, Produces, Wrote & Arranging his own first album as well as producing artists on Orthodox Muzik record label. Produced: 'Please Keep In Touch' by Aletia - a 7' single on the Orthodox Label Produced: 'Why Why Why' by Georgie Wine - a 7' single on the Orthodox Label Produced: 'Loving You Is Easy' by Jahmel - a 7' single on the Orthodox Label 2005 Releases his debut album, 'Words of My Mouth' in Kingston, Jamaica on the Orthodox Muzik label. The Launch began his world tour that will bring him through New York, Los Angeles and Europe in 2006 and more...