Peckings Records are proud to present rising star Aleighcia Scott and the release of her debut EP ‘Forever In Love’. With her roots in Jamaica and upbringing in Wales, Aleighcia imbibes the pure spirit of Reggae’s homeland and the power of a welsh choir to formidable effect.
Forever In Love EP tells a personal tale of blooming love that turns sour and comes crashing down to earth leaving only a melancholy sadness behind. All this is combined with the finest vintage selection of riddims and refix magic that is the trademark of Peckings Records.
Among this killer package is standout track ‘Oh Mama’ which sees Aleighcia recounting wise words on the Barb Wire riddim and a tough version featuring Shanty B. There is also a cover of David Ruffin’s Walk Away From Love which the Peckings Brothers feel more than matches their debut release of the same song featuring Bitty McLean. There’s also a version featuring Baby Boom that Reggae heads are sure to love.
Aleighcia Scott joins the long list of fresh new talent discovered by Peckings Records and is arguably their finest discovery to date. Forever In Love EP is the sound of Aleighcia arriving on the scene and Peckings at the top of their game. It is primed to make a... more
released April 13, 2018
Performed by: Aleighcia Scott & the Peckings All-Stars
Produced by: Peckings Brothers
Mixed by: Dillie at Stingray Bighouse
Drums: Peckings Allstars, Lloyd Knibbs, Fluxy, Lynn Tait and The Jets, Scully and Winston Grennan
Horns: Peckings Allstars, Tommy McCook, Johnny Moore, Carl Bryan, Herman Marquis, Vin Gordon, Viv Bennett, Sarah Tobias and Patrick Matic
Guitar: Peckings Allstars, Earnest Ranglin, Leroy Mafia, Jackie Jackson and Ciyo Brown
Organ: Peckings Allstars, Gladstone Anderson, Leroy Mafia and Winston Right
Harmonies: Jah Wiz, Aleighcia Scott and Randy Valentine
Percussion: Scully and Sticky Thompson
Photography by: Yolanda Kingdon
George 'Peckings' Price started out in Kingston JA. He initiated the 1st ever soundclash & helped Coxsone Dodd to establish
Studio One. Armed with a suitcase of vinyl he came to the UK in 1960 and built a distribution network for S1 & others leading to opening his shop in 1973. After his passing his sons Chris & Duke set up the Peckings label to build on the legacy established by their father....more