We keep discovering reggae bands from the US, because even though Reggae Angels have been going at it for more than fifteen years, 'Turn On The Light' was yours truly's first acquaintance with this San Francisco band around front man Fenton Wardle, often acting as backing band for Jamaican artists on tour in the US. The emphasis in the music of Reggae Angels lies strongly on content; a bit too strongly perhaps, because from a musical point of view the songs on 'Turn On The Light' aren't always that exciting and in that light lyrics like: "Blessed the ability to marry, think of the great blessing this union constitutes ..." (from 'Marriage Blessing') can sound a tad preachy. 'Turn On The Light' is far from a bad roots album, but fails to hold the listener's attention for twelve songs.