Barrington Levy, AKA "The Mellow Canary," has to his credit the reggae song "Shine Eye Gal." Now, I know you're thinking: "Black Uhuru also has a song by that name." You are right, they do. But Black Uhuru's version is about a Rasta dealing with a woman whose beauty ("shine eye") "is a trouble to a man." She is a Rasta corruptor. Levy's version is also about a beautiful woman, but instead of criticizing the "shine eye gal," who desires worldly things (cars, champagne, diamonds), he presents her with the ultimate human question: "What do you really want?" Rarely does reggae get better than the best of Barrington Levy. (Neumo's, 925 E Pike St, 709-9467. 8 pm, $20, 21+.)