Show Your Colors | Sheldon Blackman | T'dad/Tobago 2014

The Lord Shorty (Garfield Blackman) must be dancing in his grave because his children are making excellent music. This one is for those who constantly claim that our music comprises of empty lyrics with makeshift computer music productions. This one comes from Sheldon Blackman (son of Lord Shorty and Child of Trinidad and Tobago). The song is entitled "Show Your Colors" and it is a patriotic song written with love of country in mind and for those who love great music with excellent lyrical content. 

Everything sounds right with this song. The music production and the sound of the steel pan on the track with Sheldon's excellent vocal delivery has the making for a classic musical track. Everyone involved with the production of this song should feel proud of their achievement (in creating an excellent song) - this is one to add to your music collection! Please call the radio stations and request it and let your friends know about it - quality music needs to be heard. This one is deserving of praise - Enjoy the music of Lord Shorty's children, enjoy the vibe of Sheldon Blackman then some!

Please don't forget to add to the conversation - we want to get your opinion! Is this a keeper or do you want to toss it? Voice your opinion/have your say by accessing the comment feature of this Blog post (top right hand corner) and leave your remarks! Let's try and refrain from Kankalang and Mauvais Langue discussions; just constructive criticism or positive vibes!

Production Notes:
Song Title: Show Your Colors
Background Vocals by: Abbi Blackman and Lizzy Dindial
Produced by: Isaac Blackman & Sheldon Blackman, Written by Sheldon Blackman 
Recorded at Jamoo Studios. Arouca, Trinidad. 
Mixed by Isaac Blackman 
Mastered by: G-Masters, Arouca, Trinidad 
Steelpan played by: Clifton Harridass

Please be advised that the music is presented here for your listening pleasure and for promotional purposes only ("Fair Use" Musical Content Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976). No copyright infringement is intended! .  We encourage you to promote the artists and their music; please don't share the music and rob the artists of needed income!
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