Winston Reedy
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Winston Reedy

Winston Reedy (born July 13, 1950) is a Jamaican reggae singer. Previously vocalist for the Cimarons, he is best known as a lovers rock vocalist 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 three years in a row after he went solo.[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 the release of the Patrick Donegan-produced Reality album on their Charm imprint.[3]

In 2012, Reedy performed at the Respect Jamaica 50 series of concerts as part of a deejay special alongside U Roy, Yellowman and Tappa Zukie, celebrating Jamaican independence day.[4]


  • Dim the Light (1983)
  • Crossover (1985)
  • Love Affair
  • Reality (2008)
  • Lips And Chalis (2010)
  • Make A Change (2012)[5]
  • Badaration (2013)


  • Love Light: The Best Of
  • Gold (1994)
  • Love Thing (2005)
  • Mother Earth (2008)

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