Sunday Reggae Music, You Just Can't Refuse It,

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Sunday Reggae Music, You Just Can't Refuse It,

Postby Anonymous » Sun Jan 16, 2005 2:47 pm

Albert Malawi - Children of the Emperor
A must have, Heavy Roots tune, with an excellent Dub, .. The Vivian J Shaka re-pressing, the Calvin Cameron H Jons 12" (as usual X-tra attention to detail with that beautiful packaging) and the Bounty Killer and Luciano cuts out on Sleng Teng.
+ Currently taking my leisure with the P.Sounds Wailing Souls, 7s, 12s and Versions release which is cheaper at £9.99 on sale at D.Vendor.

Sunday Reggae Music, You Just Can't Refuse It,


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:-)
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Postby BMC » Sun Jan 16, 2005 3:09 pm

Today I'm rocking to two compilations I made a few months ago out of a whole bunch of mp3's of singles I received from a well respected baffer. I forgot how good these were:

Basement Session - A Wackies 7 inch selection

1. Joe Morgan - Basement Session
2. Reckless Breed - Basement Scrub
3. Mill Henry - Some Loving
4. Wackies Rhythm Force - Some Loving Version
5. Fabian Cooke - I & I
6. Version
7. Leroy Sibbles - Now Your Gone
8. Soul Syndicate - Now Your Gone Version
9. Jerry Hitler - What's Wrong With You
10. Bullwackies All Stars - What's Wrong With You Version
11. Ithiopia - Creation
12. Ithiopia - Creation Dubwise Version
13. Chosen Brothers - So Much Loving
14. Chosen Brothers - So Much Loving Version
15. Jah Skerta & Dream - Darkness
16. Bullwackies All Stars - Darkness Version
17. Heptones - My Guiding Star
18. Augustus Pablo - My Guiding Star Version
19. Joy Card - I Love You In Every Way
20. Joy Card - Superstatic Magic Mystery
21. John Clarke - We Need Some Solution
22. Bullwackies All Stars - We Need Some Version
23. Horace Andy - Prophecy
24. Wackies Rhythm Force - Prophecy


Universal Natty - A Channel 1 selection

1. Poor Man Life - Bim Thomlinson
2. Version - Bim Thomlinson
3. Call On Me - Delroy Wilson
4. Version - Delroy Wilson
5. Ride On Marcus - The Enforcer
6. Version - The Enforcer
7. Eastman Skank – Dellinger
8. Version – Dellinger
9. Jah Will Guide - Silver Shadows
10. Version - Silver Shadows
11. Back Weh - Mighty Diamonds
12. Back Weh Version - Mighty Diamonds
13. Love Is All I Have - Joy White
14. Version - Joy White
15. Universal Natty - I Roy
16. Version - I Roy
17. Jah Will Cut You Down - Earth & Stone
18. Version - Earth & Stone
19. Set Up Yourself – Trinity
20. Set Up Version – Trinity
21. Premo Ballarena - Clint Eastwood
22. Version - Clint Eastwood
23. Dance This Ya Festival - Orvil Samuels & Fred McKay
24. Dance This Ya Version - Orvil Samuels & Fred McKay

Groovy! :D

Next: Turbulence - Different Thing (Minor 7 Flat 5 - CD)
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Postby Anonymous » Sun Jan 16, 2005 3:39 pm

BMC if you ever get hold of the vocal original of Universal Natty - Brent Dowe's 'Babylon Policy', please please please remember me, what a top tune,... that I-Roy chat is one of my favourites, and a prized seven.
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Postby DrSuperlove » Sun Jan 16, 2005 4:04 pm

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Postby ian » Sun Jan 16, 2005 4:40 pm

Been making a Cornell Campbell comp this avo...what a voice!

and came across a lovely tune 'I Am Just A Country Boy' which has a beautiful chorus and searching for it on t'net I find out it's an old Don Williams song....

Don Williams
I Am Just A Country Boy


I ain't gonna marry in the fall,
Ain't gonna marry in the spring.
'Cos I'm in love with a pretty little girl,
Who wears a diamond ring.

And I'm just a country boy,
Money have I none.
But I've got silver in the stars,
And gold in the morning sun.
And gold in the morning sun.

I'm never gonna kiss the ruby red lips,
Of the prettiest girl in town.
I'm never gonna ask her if she'd marry me,
For I know she'd turn me down.

'Cos I'm just a country boy,
Money have I none.
But I've got silver in the stars,
And gold in the morning sun.
And gold in the morning sun.

I never could afford a store bought ring,
With a sparkling diamond stone.
All I could afford is a loving heart,
The only one I own.

'Cos I'm just a country boy,
Money have I none.
But I've got silver in the stars,
And gold in the morning sun.
Gold in the morning sun.


lovely sunday afternoon tune...
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Postby Fargo » Sun Jan 16, 2005 6:52 pm

Can't beat Cornell Campbell; particularly like the stuff he's done on Rhythm and Sound. Whispering right inside your head.
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Postby BMC » Sun Jan 16, 2005 10:30 pm

bmd wrote:BMC if you ever get hold of the vocal original of Universal Natty - Brent Dowe's 'Babylon Policy', please please please remember me, what a top tune,... that I-Roy chat is one of my favourites, and a prized seven.


Thanks for that info, Mike! I didn't know that was the original and, as you, really dig the I-Roy. Hopefully the Brent Dowe is available or will be available as repress soon (I don't have the illussion I'm gonna find an original any time soon :wink:)!
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Postby Anonymous » Sun Jan 16, 2005 10:55 pm

Hi BMC,

That information came to me from some kind and knowledgable soul here on this (well actually the old) message board.

The Reggae Iniversity..
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