Cunning as they are, the Greensleeves label dropped his double compilation album full of lovers rock in stores just in time for Valentine's Day. With thirty songs from the period between 1979 and 2006, the label tries to give an overview of three decades of pure reggae love. Sometimes that results in fireworks (Jacob Miller's 'Baby I Love You So' on Augustus Pablo's 'King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown', 'This Love' by Deborahe Glasgow or the fantastic Richie Stephens with a version on Bob Marley's 'Waiting In Vain'), or in an original cover from an unexpected source (Dennis Brown covering Lionel Richie's 'Hello'), but other times it just sounds like corny rubbish ('All I Want' by Morgan Heritage is perhaps good r&b, but as far as we are concerned does not belong here). Yours truly was most taken with the older stuff on the first disc of this double album.