Winston Reedy

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Winston Reedy (born July 13, 1950) is a Jamaican singer, most identified with the musical genre of reggae. Best known as a Lovers Rock Legend with hits like, "Paradise In Your Eyes", "Moi Emma Oh" and, in particular, "Dim The Lights" (1983), which saw Reid crowned as Britain's Best Reggae Singer 3 years-in-a-row when he went solo after leaving the Cimarons [1]

Reed appeared alongside Janet Kay, and others on 31 December 2005, at the 'New Year's Eve Gala - Lovers Rock' event at The Banqueting Hall, Station Road, Brixton.[2]

In 2008 a long association with Jet Star Records culminated in them releasing the Patrick Donegan produced, 'Reality' on their Charm imprint.[3]


Love Affair[edit]


  • "I Wanna Be Loved"
  • "Rumours Of Love"
  • "We'll Be Together"
  • "Conversation"
  • "Love Affair"
  • "Silver Words"
  • "Love Has Got Me On A High"
  • "Ring Of Gold"
  • "Love Vibration"
  • "Show Me The Way"

Love Thing[edit]


Dim the Light[edit]


  • "Dim The Light"
  • "Never Gonna Give You Up"
  • "Moi Emma Ooh Je Taime"
  • "Are You Coming"
  • "Daughter Of Zion"
  • "Message To Father"
  • "Border Line"
  • "Sensimella"
  • "Lend Me"
  • "I Spy Trouble"



  • "Ambition"
  • "Baby Love"
  • "For The Music"
  • "Judah's Dream"
  • "Love Is A Treasure"
  • "Romantic Girl"
  • "Rumours Of Love"
  • "Superstar"
  • "The Word In The Beginning"
  • "World Crisis"

Lips And Chalis[edit]