I’ll Be There @Clinark ft Adele Harley

Nurture Projects Music Presents the Official Music Video for Clinark’s Reggae cover of the Jackson 5 classic, ‘I’ll Be There’ which features on Clnark’s album – A tribute to Michael Jackson – A legend and a Warrior. This 20 Track album has now resulted in 2 nominations for Best British Album and Best Newcomer for the Britsh Reggae ndustry Award (BRIA) 2012. Single:

I’ll Be There Style: Lovers Rock/Reggae Clinark feat. Adele Harley Release Date: August 2009 Format: Digital Download & CD single Duration: 4.17 Label: Nurture Projects Music Distributor: Nurture Projects Distribution Singer, songwriter, musician and producer,

The Jackson 5 were one of my favourite groups as a youth. I was just harping back to those days and sang a long a bit to the song and then my manager, Juliet Edwards heard it and said I should record it. By the time I had the first demo vocal I was driven and by the time I had finished, Dillie and Mafia and Fluxy and Stanley Andrews had built this amazing track and to top it all Adele Harley came through with amazing vocals. – Clinark

Credits Drums: Dave Fluxy Heywood, Bass: Leroy Mafia Heywood, Riddim and Lead Guitar: Stanley Andrews. Backing Vocals: Adele Harley, Recording Engineer: Carlton Dillie Mcleod, Mixed at Stingray Studio by: Carlton Dillie McLeod, Recorded at Stingray Studio UK, Produced by Clinark, Mafia and Fluxy Executive Producer: Clinark Dill, Nurture Projects Music. Mastered by Kevin Reeves at UNIVERSAL MUSIC GROUP NYC. Written by B. Gordy/W. Hutch/B. West/H. Davis Published by JOBETE MUSIC/ EMI MUSIC
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Clinark became known as ‘The Reggae Torch’ after a line in his song ‘Inspirational Prayer’ 

I just re-ignited the torch, as one of your soldiers, during the many trials and tribulations that I’ve been through.’

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Adele Harley was born in the UK. She is an accomplished musician, playing various instruments as well as singing in a variety of bands. She is also nominated Best Female vocalist for a BRIA 2012. Not only is she a singer/songwriter in her own right, she has also toured the world as a session singer, singing and supporting acts such as Corrine Bailey Rae, Betty Wright and numerous others. Heavily influenced by Reggae/ and Lovers Rock as a teenager, it was inevitable she would hook up with local reggae artists and collaborations which lead to her working and debuting in 08 with producers Leroy Mafia & Dave Fluxy with the single ‘No One` Adele also sings on the R&B to Reggae/Strictly vocals compilations.

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