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Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jun 05, 2013 5:28 am

BAF's own southlondonstephen and MSE do a show every first Tuesday of the month on http://www.purple-radio.co.uk from 6-8pm

Last night we played new tunes by Dobbie Dobson and Ken Parker

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Coming soon- Funky People Show Ken Parker Special!!

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In the early 1970s his big hit was Double Barrel done with organist Ansel Collins

Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Reggae ~ 4th June 2013

Version [Badman Comes and Goes- Rod Taylor]- Ossie All Stars (Ossie Sounds)
Black Ants Lane- Pablo and Rockers All Stars (Pablo Intl)
Love & Livity Version- Jewels (Cash and Carry)
Dub [O Lord- Tappa Zukie] (Stars)
Tribulation Dub- Amanda All Stars (Amanda)
Firery Dub- Novelette Barnett & Sky Nation (Sky Note)
Roots Version Wise- Sky Nation (Sky Note)
Version [Rainbow Country- Struggle]- Roots Radics (Archive)
Joe Frazier Version- Don Drummond Jr aka Vin Gordon (Studio 1 blank)
Hang On Natty- Sugar Minott (Studio 1)
Get In The Groove - Heptones (Studio 1)
I'm In Love - Jennifer Lara (Studio 1)
Alphabetically Yours- Alton Ellis (Lord Koos)
Mesh Wire - Winston Wright (Barons)
Don't Mind Me- Joe Higgs (New Beat)
Ska-Ba-Do-Ba-Day- Don Prendes (Under-Ground)
Love Comes and Goes- The Abbysinians (Clinch)
Black Princess- Lynford Nugent from The Spears (Stars)
Sweet Lady- Mr Spalding (Kris Disk)
I Love You- Sugar Minott (Roots Pool)
Am I That Easy To Forget- Ken Parker (Pisces)
Lively Up Yourself - Bob Marley and the Wailers (Green Door)
Bam Bam - Maytals & Dragonaires (BMN)
Worried Over You - Keith & Enid (Bluebeat)
Oh Babe - Ewan & Jerry (Bluebeat)
Way Back Home - Hugh Roy & Tommy McCook (Treasure Isle)
Judgement Day- Dennis Alcapone & Hopeton Lewis (Trojan)
Loving Pauper- I Roy (Jahara)
Loving Pauper- Dobby Dobson with Sly & Robbie (CD Baby)
Who's That Man Over There (What Did He Whisper In Your Ear)- Dobby Dobson (CD Baby)
Jimmy Brown- Ken Parker (Pisces)
Will The Circle Be Unbroken- Ken Parker (Pisces)
True True- Ken Parker (Pisces)
Smooths and Sorts- Dave Collins [Barker] (Rhino)
Big City- Dandy Livingstone (Horse)
Liquidator - Harry J All Stars (Harry J)
Earthquake- Collins All Stars (Randy's)
When You Are Wrong- The Royals (Wambesi)
Baby I'll Be Yours- The Gaylads (Summit)

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Like Ken Parker, Dobby Dobson sounds as great now as he did in the 1960s and 70s

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jun 05, 2013 5:30 am

Last week Ringo couldn't do his show so we covered for him

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Cry Tough ~ 29 May 2013

Promise Land- The Minors (Lion)
Fun It Up- Tony & Howie (Bongoman)
Let's Make Love- Dynamic Four (Faze Four)
Where It's At- Lloyd Forest (Bongo Man)
Why Oh Why- Ernest Wilson (Studio 1)
Double Minded Man- Anthony Ellis (Studio 1)
Jah Jah Help Us- Big Joe (Winro)
High Locks - Pablove Black (Studio 1)
Throw Me Corn - Larry Marshall (Studio 1)
Stranger In Love- John Holt (Coxsone)
There's A Reward- Higgs & Wilson (Studio 1)
Destiny- Silvertones & Vin Morgan & The Brentford Rockers (Studio 1)
El Rockers- Jah T (Rockers)
An Agrovating Version- Jah Stitch (Jackpot)
Poison Flour- Doc. Alimantado (Ital Sounds)
Abendigo- The Abbysinians (Azul)
Untamed- The Mighty Abijans (Swing Bird)
Heaven & Earth- The Invaders (Invader)
Oh Sweet Africa- Gene Rondo (Magnet 7)
Black Skin- Sunny Washington (Black Skin)
Babylon Release The Chain- Junior Reid (Joe Gibbs)
Meet Me By The River- Robert Ffrench (Joe Gibbs)
Love We Got- Sugar Minott (Youth Promotion)
I Wanna Be With Jah- Sugar Minott (Black Roots)
Assemble Not Thyself- The Terrors (Phase 1)
Romans- Black Slate (Slate)
Zion Come Home- The I Kong (Right On)
I Can't Resist Your Tenderness- Ginger Williams (CD/ orig. Paradise)
Top Ten- Gregory Isaacs (African Museum)
Brown Eye Girl- Sanchez (John John)
All Been Said and Done- Cornel Campbell (Original)
Love Me A Deal With- Bunny Lie Lie (High Power)
Haul and Pull- Micheal Prophet (Arrival)
True Love- Conrad Crystal (Thunder Bolt)
Hey Love- Jimmy Riley (Taxi)
I Won't Be Discouraged- Winston Samuels (Coxsone)

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jun 05, 2013 5:32 am

Here's another I did on my own in a different style

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Mr Soundtapes' Raggamuffin Hour ~ 11th May 2013

History Sound- Anthony Malvo (Digital B)
Don't Have To- Wayne Wonder (Penthouse)
Love Me Browning- Buju Banton (Penthouse)
Gimme The Loving- Papa San (Junior Scorpio)
Come Here- Mackie Ranks (Outernational)
Bad Mind- Tanto Metro (Three Friends)
Healthy Body- Admiral Bailey (Live & Love)
Duggu Duggu- Ashman (BP)
Boom Bastic- Tiger (Jammy's)
DJ Fashion- Top Cat (Sir Coxsone)
Right Move- Josie Wales (Rambo)
One Blood- Junior Reid (J.R. Productions)
Bad Boy- Courtney Melody (Techniques)
Weh Dem Fah- Carl Meeks (Redman)
Just Can't Leave- Danny Dread (Super Power)
Order- Terror Fabulous (Penthouse)
Mr Quick Fi Pop Off- Ricky General (Black Scorpio)
Dem Nah Like It- Ninja Man (Yush)
Champion (Remix)- Buju Banton (Suite 56)
Them A Bite- Country Man (Sonic Sounds)
Hook On The Crack- Little John (Live & Love)
Hol A Spliff- Daddy Lizard (Techniques)
Smoke The Herb- Bounty Killer (Kingston 11)
Don Dada- Super cat (Wild Apache)
Cease Fire Selector- Lilly Melody (Eclipse)

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Beth Lesser photo from the Clarks in Jamaica book

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jun 05, 2013 5:33 am

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Soundtapes & Swing Easy present Reggae ~ 7th May 2013

Dub For Romans pt 2- Black Slate (Slate)
Version [I Want To Hold You Girl- D Stone]- Lawes Rockers (His Majesty)
Version [African Girl- S Minott] (Live & Love)
Stepping High- Tommy McCook (Grove Music)
Version [Assemble Not Thyself- Terrors] (Phase 1)
Version [Motherless children] (Archive)
No Dash It Way- Ranking Caretaker (Art & Craft)
Unchained- Bob Andy (Studio 1)
I Don't Mind- The Bassies (Coxsone)
My Life Is A Hard Life- The Cables (Coxsone)
Hurt So Good- Jennifer Lara (Studio 1)
What Is It - The Consummates (Coxsone)
Straight FLush- Ernest Ranglin (Coxsone)
Ten To Ten - Don D Junior (Coxsone)
Right Time- Cedric Im Brooks (Studio 1)
Baby Be True- The Heptones (Studio 1)
Tell Me That You Love Me- The Gaylads (Studio 1)
All In The Game- Winston & Jerry & The Brentford All Stars (Supreme)
Danger In Your Eyes- Ronald Merrils (Studio 1)
It Makes Me Feel- Larry Marshall (Supreme)
Unfaithful Baby- Lord Creator (Studio 1)
Barb Wire- Nina Soul (Studio 1)
Mission Impossible- Jackie Mittoo (Studio 1)
Ram Jam - Jackie Mittoo (Studio 1)
Rub Up Push Up- The Termites (Studio 1)
You Said It Again- Alton Ellis (Coxsone)
War No Right - Denece Darlington (Coxsone)
Ethiopia- Cedric Brooks (Coxsone)
Rasta Don't Stop No One- The Stingers (Studio 1)
Keep It Like It Is- Louisa Marks (Bushay's)
Big Brown Eyes- Clive Matthews (Fox Fire)
Joy In My Soul- The Paragons (Clocktower)
Sweet Sunshine- Pat Rhoden (Jama)
Let Me Go Girl- Bobby James (Jackpot)
Beat Down Babylon- Cedric Im Brooks (Studio 1)
Rude Boy Prayer- Zoot Simms & The Wailers (Studio 1 blank)
I Was Born A Free Man- Cedric Im Brooks (Studio 1)

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Cedric "Im" Brooks (1943 – 3 May 2013) was a Jamaican saxophonist and flautist known for his solo recordings and as a member of The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari, The Light of Saba, and The Skatalites.

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Clement Seymour "Sir Coxsone" Dodd CD (Kingston, Jamaica, January 26, 1932 – May 5, 2004) was a Jamaican record producer who was influential in the development of ska and reggae in the 1950s, 1960s and beyond. He received his nickname "Coxsone" at school: because of his teenage talent as a cricketer, his friends compared him to Alec Coxon, a member of the 1940s Yorkshire County Cricket Club team.

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jun 05, 2013 5:35 am

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Me and Kev with friends at Peckings Studio 1, Askew Road on 20th april 'Record Store Day' 2013

Reggae 45s Clash Mister Soundtapes v Voodoo K ~ 21 April 2013

Jamaica Festival '72- Jimmy London & Rocking Horse (Randy's)
Baby I'll Be Yours- The Gaylads (Summit)
Lollipop Girl= Derrick Harriott (Crystal)
Down By The River- ? (Blank)
Rome- Lloyd Jones & Mudie's All Stars (Moodisc)
King and Queen- Errol Dunkley (Jackpot)
I'm Not A King- Al Barry & The Aces (Ace's)
The Sun shines For Me- Bob Andy (Firm)
Rastaman Camp- Freddie McGregor (Studio One)
Screaming Target- Big Youth (Negusa Nagast)
Rain Drops- Prince Garthie (Iron Side)
Picture On The Wall- Freddie McKay (Studio 1)
Peckings The Ruler - Dean Frazer (Peckings)
Be Yourself - Ken Booth (Studio 1)
Sitting on the Dock off the Bay- Otis Reading (Hardlysubtle mashup)
Lady Of Mine- Michael Prophet (Oops)
Love Jah- Fatal Vibes (Stars)
Fire De A Town- Novelette Barnett (High Note)
Pig Root- Reggae George (High Note)
This Tribulation- Honey Vaugn (Roots Intl)
Conquering Lion- The Invaders (Ujama)
Bootlegger- Naggo Morris (Ujama)
Henry The Great- Jackie Mittoo (Studio 1)
Soul Sister - The Heptones (Smash)
Stay Loose - Hemsly Morris (New Beat Records)
Sunday's Coming - Alton Elis (Coxsone)
Ease Up - Delroy Wilson (Justice)
This Old Man - Sugar Minott (Studio 1)
Morning Sun- Al Barry (Ace's)
Black Harmony- Don 'Jah' Carlos & Soul Syndicate (Rawse)
Right Time- Neville Brown (Justice)
Bad Minded- Triston Palma (Black Solidarity)
Summertime - BB Seaton (Roots International)
Morning Sun- The Gaylads (Coxsone)
It Makes Me Feel- Larry Marshall (Supreme)
Rude Boy Prayer- Zoot Simms & The Wailers (Studio 1 blank)
Put A Little Love In Your Heart- ? (Blank)

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jun 05, 2013 5:36 am

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Groovin' Honour For Jamaican Sax Great

'Influential Jamaica-born roots reggae musician and saxophone great Cedric 'Im' Brooks, who launched his career at age 11 at the Alpha Boys' Academy in Kingston and who achieved international acclaim as a solo artiste and as a member of the Skatalites band, will be honoured at the annual Groovin' In The Park concert on Sunday, June 30 at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, an executive for the fest-ival announced.

"Cedric ranked among the grea-test tenor saxophonists Jamaica has every produced and his death at age 70 has left a void that cannot be filled," Andrea Bullens, co-producer of Groovin' Inc, organisers of the festival, said.

Bullens, who was also a close friend of Brooks and who managed his business affairs prior to his death, said his legacy must be preserved.

"I am currently in dialogue with the Groovin' Inc executive team and I can say that we will honour his larger-than-life legacy in a very special way, befitting of his status in the industry. We will also be speaking with representatives here in the USA [United States] to seek congressional recognition, since Cedric contributed so much to our Caribbean-American musical legacy here in the diaspora. Brooks was a master at his craft and we must honour and recognise this true Jamaican musical talent," she noted.

Brooks, who was admitted as a patient at Bronx Lebanon Hospital in New York in February 2010, remained in a semi-comatose state at a Nursing Home in Queens until he passed away on May 2.

His involvement in the development of Jamaican music spans more than 50 years, during which time he contributed his sound to many of Jamaica's best known artistes, including The Wailers, The Heptones and Burning Spear.

Early in his career he was a regular studio musician for Clement 'Sir Coxson' Dodd's Studio One label, playing with fellow jazz musicians Ernest Ranglin, Jackie Mittoo, Roland Alphonso, and Vin Gordon.

Their various Studio One-backed tracks have been versioned repeatedly and form the very backbone of the island's musical heritage.

Brooks teamed with Nyahbinghi drummer and band leader Count Ossie for two groundbreaking albums that fused Rasta drumming with jazz overtones: Grounation and Tales of Mozambique.

He toured regularly with the Skatalites band but was also the founder of his own band called the Divine Light (later called The Light of Saba).'
- from The Gleaner, 8th May 2013

Tribute to Cedric 'Im' Brooks ~ 11th May 2013

Ethiopia- Cedrick Brooks (Studio 1)
Satta- Cedric Im Brooks (Soul Jazz/ orig. Studio 1)
Father Forgive him- Cedric Im Brooks (Soul Jazz/ orig. Studio 1)
Full time- Cedric Im Brooks (Soul Jazz/ orig. Studio 1)
Shaft- Cedric Im Brooks (Soul Jazz/ orig. Studio 1)
Mun-Dun-Gu- Cedric Im Brooks (Soul Jazz/ orig. Studio 1)
Black Is Black- Im & David (Soul Jazz/ orig. Studio 1)
Idle Berg- Cedric Im Brooks (Studio 1)
Glory To Sounds- Cedrick Brooks (Studio 1)
Lambs Bread Collie- Cedric Im Brooks & The Light Of Saba (Honest Jons)
Sabayindah- Cedric Im Brooks & The Light Of Saba (Honest Jons)
Rebirth- Cedric Im Brooks & The Light Of Saba (Honest Jons)
Song For My Father- Cedric Im Brooks & The Light Of Saba (Honest Jons)
Sabasi- Cedric Im Brooks & The Light Of Saba (Honest Jons)
Silent Force- Cedric 'Im' Brooks (Water Lily)
Sabebe- Cedric Im Brooks & The Light Of Saba (Honest Jons)
Satta Massa Gana- Cedric Im Brooks & The Light Of Saba (Honest Jons)

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Stephen T's Funky People Show Reggae DJ 12" special ~ 25th J

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jun 26, 2013 5:26 am

Sometimes I do Reggae Specials on my weekly Funky People Show, other weeks I play all sorts including R&B, country, rock, hip hop, world music, funk and jazz

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As well as a DJ Jah Stitch was also a selector for sounds such as Sugar Minott's Youthman Promotion

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Stephen T's Funky People Show Reggae DJ 12" special
~ 25th June 2013


Reggae A the Best- Woodrow Noble & Prince Hammer (Baby Mother) \
Sister Millie- Dennis Walcott with Ringo (Sonic Sounds) \
Don't Know Much- Ringo (Upfront) \
Tell Me Where It Hurts & Some A Chat Some A Rock It- Triston Palma & Lee Van Cliff (JHM) \
Cencimilla- Lee Van Cliff (Carib Gems) \
Teacher For The Class- Lee Van Cleef (Selena) \
Nany Rebel- Larry Marshall & Trinity (GG's) \
Morgan The Pirate- The Mighty Diamonds & Tappa Zukie (Mobiliser) \
Black Man- Tappa Zukie (Stars) \
Youthman Promotion- Ranking Joe & The Youth Promotion Band (Sufferers Heights) \
Don't Take No Steps & Cup Of Tea- Barry Brown & Ranking Joe (Progressive) \
Ital Bath- U Brown (Hit Disco) \
Jah Walton Chant- Jah Walton (Spiderman) \
Rumours Of War- Tony Tuff & Jah Stitch (Art & Craft) \
African Girl- Sugar Minott & Ranking Dread (Live & Love) \
Thru Me- Papa Dimes (Greensleeves) \
To The Edge Of The Rump- Papa Tullo (Greensleeves) \

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Mister Soundtapes presents Roots Reggae ~ 2nd July 2013

Postby southlondonstephen » Mon Jul 01, 2013 8:40 pm

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RIP Dennis Emmanuel Brown The Crown Prince Of Reggae (1 February 1957 – 1 July 1999)

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RIP Horace 'Augustus Pablo' Swaby (21 June 1954 – 18 May 1999)

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Hear I Kong on Zion Version Image

Chinese-heritage producers represented by Children Of Israel- Horace Andy (Santic Chin), Nation Fiddler- Makka Bees (Byron Lye-Fook), Jah Jah Deliver Us- Keithe Goode (Chung brothers)

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Mister Soundtapes presents Roots Reggae ~ 2nd July 2013

Version [Sufferation- Tyrone Taylor] (Observer) '
Land Of Dub- Eek A Mouse All Stars (Eek-A-Mouse) '
Zion Version- King Tubby's (Right On) '
Dub [O Lord- Tappa Zukie] (Stars) '
Dub Jah- Zukie All Stars (Stars) '
A Letter Dub- Junior Keating & Jah Thomas (Rootikal) '
God Is Watching You- Dickie Bernard (Prophet) '
Yabby You- Big Youth (Prophet) '
Thou Shalt Not Steal- Wailing Souls (Bongo Man) '
Free Man- Freddie McKay (Iron Side) '
Love In Our Nation- Dudley Sibley (Iron Side) '
Why- Carlton Bobienco (Coxson) '
Get Up and Try- Lloyd Jones [&] The Super Natural Six (Super Six) '
Tribulation- Rupert Deeble & The Ebonaires (Amanda) '
Living In Sorrows- Michael Anthony (Third Generation) '
Jah Jah Deliver Us- Keithe Goode (Under-Ground) '
Jah Guide- Trevor Byfield (Fox Fire) '
Forgive Them Jah- Rising Son (Iroko) '
Don't Tutch I Dread- Barrington Spence (Hot City) '
Naturalisation- Paul Sinclair (Ossie Sounds) '
Nation Fiddler- Makka Bees (Rebirth) '
Let The People Go- Ras Midas (Jaywax) '
Give Up The Badness- Johnny Clarke (Justice) '
Jah Jah Children- Horace Martin (HM) '
Jah Children Cool- Keithus I (Jahdynasty) '
Children Of Israel- Horace Andy (Santic) '
Child Of The King- David Jahson (Pick A Skill) '
Jah Children Rising- Roy Dobson (Black Pearl) '
Our Roots In Africa- Roy Dobson (Black Pearl) '
Holy Mt. Zion- Douglas Boothe (Modernize Music) '
No Equal Rights In Babylon- Joe Axumite (City Line) '
Mistry Babylon- The Heptones (Black Art) '
Babylon Deh Pon Fire- Truth Fact & Correct (Black Wax) '
Down In Babylon- Al Campbell (Channel 1 Lost and Found) '
Walls Of Jericho- Freddie McGregor (Observer) '
Give A Helping Hand- Dennis Brown (Observer) '
Dub 4- Augustus Pablo (Rockers) '

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:30 am

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The best trombonist Don Drummond was crucial for the sound of ska instrumentals by The Skatelites Image

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Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Reggae Instrumentals Special
~ 23rd July 2013


Summertime- Monty & The Cyclones (Teen) =
Whale Bone- Lester Sterling & The City Slickers (Worldisc) =
Stuffy- Roland Alphanso & The Skatelites (Studio 1) =
Two For One- Tommy McCook (Studio 1) =
Further East- Don Drummond (Coxsone) =
title unknown- artist unknown (blank Studio 1) =
Hopeful Village Ska- Roy Richards (Coxsone) =
Village soul - Lennie Hibbert (Coxsone) =
Montego Rock - Lennie Hibbert (Coxsone) =
Full Up - Sound Dimension (Coxsone) =
Rock Forth Rock - Sound Dimension (Coxsone) =
Heavy Dub - Sound Dimensions (Coxsone) =
Mission Impossible - Jackie Mittoo (Coxsone) =
Come Get It- Ernest Ranglin & Prince Buster All Stars (Olive Blossom) =
Last Waltz- The Soul Vendors (Coxsone) =
Tropic Island- Jackie Mittoo (Studio 1) =
Blue Dot- Roland Alponso & The Soul Vendors (Bongo Man) =
Popcorn Reggae- Soul Defenders (Studio 1) =
Nehru- Supersonics [uncredited] (Duke Reid) =
Stormy Weather - Bobby Ellis (Hi Note) =
My Girl - Glen Adams (Treasure Isle) =
Bubbling Horn - Tommy McCook & Rupie Edwards Allstars (Success) =
Thunder Storm - Bongo Herman (Clinch) =
Organ Satta - Glen Adams (Clinch) =
Too Late - Augustus Pablo (Impact) =
Bedroom Mazurka version 2- Pablo & The Crystalites (Trojan) =
Cloak & Dagger- Tommy McCook & The Upsetters (Trojan) =
Real Hot - Lennie Hibbert (Coxsone) =
Joe Frazier- Vin Gordon (Studio blank) =
African Horns- Matic Horns (Rootical) =
95 South Dub- King Tubby's with The Roots Radics (Rootikal) =
Lion Head - Bobby Kalphat (Leo) =
Something Soulful - Bobby Kalphat (Caltone Blank) =
Termination Rock- Bobby Kalphat (Sunshot) =
OVerdub - Sugar Belly (Port O Jam Blank) =
Blackness In Dub- Brad & Ossie All Stars (Brad's) =
Official Trombone - ? (Thane) =
Cool Hand Luke- Carl Brynan (Tennors) =
Second Fiddle- The Supersonics (Treasure Isle) =

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Crucial new release on Pressure Sounds- Bobby Kalphat's previously unissued album! Image
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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:32 am

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Festus and I met when he played The Ritzy, Brixton July 2013

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Father Festus Coxsone founded the Sir Coxsone sound with Lloydie in 1966. This classic picture from the early 1980s shows Festus doing what he does with fellow selector Blacker Dread behind (on left with spliff) and the great DJ Bikey Dread with the mic

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Mr Swingeasy and I took turns to interview Festus before the show for a Sir Coxsone Special that is in the making!

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Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Festus ~ 30th July 2013

Musical Episode - Horace Andy (Wackies) =
Don't Let It End - Twinkle Brothers (Twinkle) =
Land Of The Rising Sun - Dennis Reid (Dam) =
Came From Bazrock - Ras Alla & The Spears (House Of Reggae) #
Rainbow & Sounds - Johnny Clarke (Curved) =
Jah Is My Light - Leroy Smart (Observer) =
Satta I - I-Roy (Observer) =
Gorgan - Cornel Campbell (Attack) =
Don Gorgon- Cornel Campbell (Jah Life) =
Creation Rebel- Johnny Clarke (Agro Sound) =
Meaning Of Life- Leroy Smart (Channel One) =
Turn Table Burning- Marcia Griffiths (Dubplate) =
Love Is Overdue- Dennis Brown (Unreleased) =
Top Ten- Dennis Brown (Unreleased) =
Tune In- Dennis Brown (Unreleased) =
Oh What A Feeling - D Brown (Unreleased) =
Natural Mystic - Bob Marley & The Wailers (Dubplate) =
General- Michael Rose (Dubplate) =
False Rumour- Two Rasta Man [AKA Dean Stone] (CD) =
Humble Yourself- Roman Stewart (CD) =
Ram Dancehall- Bunny Wailer (Dubplate) =
Festus Coxsone Special- KC White (Dubplate) =
Everywhere But Nowhere with Coxsone - KC White (Dubplate) =
No No No - KC White (Dubplate) =
Love Coxsone Forever - KC White (Dubplate) =
Ram Coxsone Dance Hall - Bunny Wailers (Dubplate) =
Never Let Coxsone Go - Pinchers (Dubplate) =
Do Good - Pinchers (Dubplate) =
Wish You Were Mine - Pinchers (Unreleased) =
When The Roll Is Called Coxsone Will Be There - Tenor Saw (Dubplate) =
Coxsone A Pistolero - Pinchers (Dubplate) =
Pass The Kouchie - The Mighty Diamonds (Music Works) =
All In One (Medley) - Bob Marley & The Wailers (Upsetter) =
The Vow - Gene & Eunice (Aladdin) =

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The above selections are Festus' except for the first one. I introduced him and handed over. The show flew for all of us! Big thanks to Festus for joining us. It was an honour and a pleasure.

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After the show we ate chicken and rice and then went out to see friends at The Heritage in Cricklewood.

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At Ras Digby's session at The Heritage Festus met up with many old friends including Afro, 1970s selector from the Roaring Twenties club

I've been meeting the stars this month!
(Thanks to Terence Lo for these photos)


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with Cornel Campbell at Rhum Jungle

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with Little Roy at Lambeth Country Show

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with Norman Grant (Twinkle Brothers) at Supertone

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Jimmy London and I at Supertone
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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:33 am

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Stephen T's Funky People Show Ken Parker Special ~ 13th August 2013

Jimmy Brown- Ken Parker (Treasure Isle) 2:26
This World Is Not My Home- Ken Parker (Tabernacle) 3:27
Keep Your Eyes On Jesus- Ken Parker (Tabernacle) 3:25
Telephone To Glory- Ken Parker (Tabernacle) 2:25
Just A Closer Walk With Thee- Ken Parker (Tabernacle) 2:52
Lily Of The Valley- Ken Parker (Tabernacle) 2:42
I Keep Walking Back- Ken Parker (Studio 1) 2:09
Let The Good Times Roll- Ken Parker (Studio 1) 2:23
When Your Gone- Ken Parker (Studio 1) 2:09
Genuine Love- Ken Parker (Treasure Isle) 2:48
My Girl Has Gone (Aka When You Were Mine)- Ken Parker (Randy’s) 2:27
Only Yesterday- Ken Parker (Ken Parker) 3:01
I Catch Myself Crying- Ken Parker (Treasure Isle) 3:00
Here I Am- Ken Parker (Treasure Isle) 2:50
Before and After- Ken Parker (Studio 1) 2:36
My Whole World Is Falling Down- Ken Parker (Ken Parker) 3:02
True True- Ken Parker (Ken Parker) 2:07
He'll Understand- Ken Parker (Treasure Isle) 2:24
I Should Have Known- Ken Parker (Treasure Isle) 2:00
Sincerly- Ken Parker & Dorothy Russell (Treasure Isle) 3:11
Help Me Make It Through The Night- Ken Parker (Treasure Isle) 2:37
Somebody To Love- Ken Parker (Trojan) 2:24
Only Yesterday- Ken Parker (Trojan) 3:41
Groovin' In Style (Aka Groovin' Out On Life)- Ken Parker (Trojan) 2:49
Search Is Over- Ken Parker (Double D) 2:46
Kiss An Angel In The Morning- Ken Parker (Attack) 2:44
It's All Right- Ken Parker (Amalgamated) 2:58
Sad Mood- Ken Parker (Trojan) 3:34
Sugar Dumplin'- Ken Parker (Trojan) 3:21
Count Your Blessings- Ken Parker (Trojan) 3:20
A Change Is Gonna Come- Ken Parker 2:52
Guilty Inside- Ken Parker (Trojan) 2:49
I Wanna Be Loved- Ken Parker (Success) 2:47
Message To Mary- Ken Parker (Splash) 3:24
Guilty- Ken Parker (Trojan) 1:31
I Shall Not Be Moved- Ken Parker (Pisces) 2:26
At Times I Refuse To Be Comforted- Ken Parker (Pisces) 5:11
If Jesus Is In The Family- Ken Parker (Pisces) 3:22
Choking Kind- Ken Parker (Pisces) 3:14
Forbidden Love- Ken Parker (Pisces) 3:51
Medley- Ken Parker (Trojan) 3:27
Will The Circle Be Unbroken- Ken Parker (Pisces) 4:29

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I’ll play this classic again on Saturday for my All Time top 100 Show!

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Tabernacle was Studio 1’s gospel subsidiary. Lots of reggae singers and musicians helped to make these great records.

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The most comprehensive Ken Parker collection is now out of print and expensive on ebay or amazon

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Ken’s new album is wonderful reggae produced with Willie Lindo at Heavy Beat studios, Miami in 2012

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Ken and Tony Screw are friends. Tony has a host of Ken Parker specials for his great Downbeat International sound. Ken is available for live appearances and for voicing specials.

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Vicki and I after the service at Merrel United Methodist Church with senior pastor Bancroft Williams

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Later Ken showed us around his wonderful garden full of herbs and fruit

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We did the interview outside so it was a relaxed chat but sometimes you can hear wind on the microphone

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Thanks so much to Ken, Rose and Vicki for making this show possible!!

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Ken put me on to Rainbow records in Fort Lauderdale. I went there the next day and got some great 45s but also met Dobby Dobson!

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Big show coming up in Miami
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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:34 am

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'Clement Seymour "Sir Coxsone" Dodd CD (Kingston, Jamaica, January 26, 1932 – May 5, 2004) was a Jamaican record producer who was influential in the development of ska and reggae in the 1950s, 1960s and beyond. He received his nickname "Coxsone" at school: because of his teenage talent as a cricketer, his friends compared him to Alec Coxon, a member of the 1940s Yorkshire County Cricket Club team. Dodd used to play records to the customers in his parents' shop. During a spell in the American South he became familiar with the rhythm and blues music popular there at the time. In 1954, back in Jamaica, he set up the Downbeat Sound System, being the owner of an amplifier, a turntable, and some US records, which he would import from New Orleans and Miami. With the success of his sound system, and in a competitive environment, Dodd would make trips through the US looking for new tunes to attract the Jamaican public. Dodd opened five different sound systems, each playing every night. To run his sound systems, Dodd appointed people such as Lee "Scratch" Perry, who was Dodd's right hand man during his early career, U-Roy and Prince Buster.' - wikipedia

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Coxsone and Bob on Bob's Wedding day in February 1966. Coxsone funded the wedding.

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The Wailers- Bunny, Bob and Peter looking a little like The Impressions

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The Soulettes- Alpharita Constantia Anderson (soon Rita Marley), Constantine "Dream" Walker and Marlene "Precious" Giffordwas

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My singer- John Holt

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Stephen T's Funky People Studio 1 Special ~ 19th August 2013

Cleopatra- Don Drummond & The Skatalites (Port-O-Jam) #
African Chant- The Skatalites (Studio 1) #
Jack Ruby- The Skatalites (Iron Side) #
I Don't Know- Lascelles Perkins (Studio 1) #
I Want To Be- The Soulettes (Studio 1) #
Boogaloo- BB Seaton (Studio 1) #
Whole World- Winston & Bibby (Coxsone) #
How Long- The Clarendonians (Rolando & Powie) #
A Man Who Knows- The Maytals (Studio 1) #
Roast Duck- Lee Perry (C&N) #
Your Love- The Wailers (Coxsone) #
Life Could Be A Symphony- Bob Andy (Studio 1) #
Why Did My Little Girl Cry- Fitzi & Freddy (Coxsone) #
Naughty People- Delroy Wilson (Coxsone) #
I've Got To Make It- Delroy Wilson (Coxsone) #
Maga Down- The Viceroys (Coxsone) #
Soulful Music- The Invaders (Coxsone) #
Be A Man- The Cables (Studio 1) #
So Long- The Cables (Studio 1) #
Rahtid- Sound Dimension (Studio 1) #
Faceman Version- Sound Dimension (Coxsone) #
Toronto Express- Jackie Mittoo (Studio 1) #
Lazy Bones- Jackie Mittoo (Studio 1) #
Far Beyond- Leroy Wallace (Bongo Man) #
Love At First Sight- Brentford Road All Stars (Studio 1) #
Home Version- Dennis Alcapone & Ken Boothe (Coxsone) #
Chuky Skank- Dillinger (Iron Side) #
Moody Groove- Prince Garthie (Iron Side) #
Maintenance- Count Lasher (Bongo Man) #
The First Time I Met You- The Splenders (Coxsone) #
Things A Come Up To Bump- The Bassies (Coxsone) #
Hush Up- Larry Marshall (Studio 1) #
I've Got To Make It- Larry Marshall (Studio 1) #
Evrything Will Be Alright- J Randall (Coxsone) #
If It Don't Work Out- John Holt (Studio 1) #
Can't Go On- Roy Richards (Supreme) #
It Isn't So- Owen Gray (Coxsone) #
Let Them Stay- Freddie McKay (Money Disc) #
Hey You- The High Teens (Studio 1) #
Hello Carol- The Gladiators (Studio 1) #
Re Arrange- The Gladiators (Coxsone) #

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Ever young Owen Gray at the Studio 1 boat party, April 2013. He told us he started in the business in 1956!

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Cornel Campbell show postponed but I will bring it to you asap!
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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:35 am

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Linval Roy Carter (3 September 1951 – 11 September 2013), 'better known as Prince Jazzbo, was a Jamaican reggae and dancehall deejay and producer.

Born in Clarendon Parish, Jamaica, Linval Roy Carter (who would become known professionally as Prince Jazzbo) began recording with Coxsone Dodd's Studio One label in the early 1970s under the name Prince Jazzbo. He went on to work on his own releases with Bunny Lee, producing as well in collaboration with many artists as a vocalist and producer for labels including his own, Ujama. The recording Super Ape featured Jazzbo toasting on "Croaking Lizard". Jazzbo and fellow toaster I-Roy had a well reported, but friendly and mutually beneficial on-record clash during 1975, including the cuts "Straight to Jazzbo's Head" from I-Roy and the retort, "Straight to I-Roy's Head" from Prince Jazzbo. Prince Jazzbo's early work with Clement "Coxsone" Dodd at Studio One produced several hits in 1972-1974 including: "School", "Fool For Love" and "I Imperial". His first hit in 1972 with Coxsone though was a version of Horace Andy's "Skylarking", which he re-worked as "Crabwalking". He ran the Ujama record label for many years.

Carter died on 11 September 2013, aged 62, after a battle with lung cancer.'
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Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Reggae Revives ~ 24th September 2013

Soulful Strutt- The Sound Dimension (Studio 1) '
I Love The Way You Love Me- The Chosen Few (blank) '
Ray Minor- Cyril Diaz (Balisier) '
I Hear A Bugle Calling- Dot Evans with the Agronauts with Johnny Gomez (En Cee) '
Russian Satellite- Mighty Sparrow (Balisier) '
Sparrow Ugly Too- Lord Melody (Balisier) '
My Father's Jazz- Roy Burrowes, Clifford Jordan & Charles Davis (Studio 1) '
Fool For Love- Prince Jazzbo (Studio 1) '
Baby Why- The Cables (Studio 1) '
Good News- Prince Jazzbo (Studio 1) '
Love Me Forever- Carlton & His Shoes (Studio 1) '
Jah Dread- Prince Jazzbo (Studio 1) '
Ain't No Love- Jenifer Lara (Studio 1) '
School- Prince Jazzbo (Studio 1) '
Rockfort Dub- Prince Jazzbo (Studio 1) '
Natty Ting A-Ling- Prince Jazzbo (Studio 1) '
You Never Know Colour Sell A Shop- Prince Jazzbo & The Heptones (Hep Hep) '
Your Pretty Looks Can't Hold Me- Prince Jazzbo & The Heptones (Trench Town) '
Step Forward Youth- Prince Jazzbo (Mr Funny) '
12 Tribe Posse- Prince Jazzbo (Joe Gibbs) '
Gal Bwoy- Prince Gazzbo (Justice) '
Anything You Want- Dudley Williamson (Doctor Bird) '
Musically- Keith Blake with Gibson's All Star (Amalgamated) '
Take Me Back- Henry Buckley (Merritone) '
Miss Wire Waist- Carl Malcolm (Impact) '
I Don't Care- Bob & Marcia (Trojan) '
Come Down 68- Lord Creator (Randy's) '
Walk With Love- Prince Buster (Prince Buster) '
Little Boy Blue- Larry Marshall & Prince Busters All Stars (Olive Blossom) '
Watermelon Man- The Maytals (Beverley's) '
A Handful Of Friends- Pat Satchmo (Move & Groove) '
Solid As A Rock- The Tartans (Unity) '
What A Situation- Sir Lord Comic with Tommy McCook & The Supersonics (Blue Cat) '
Officially- Lloyd Parks (Parks) '
Official Trombone- Bass & Drums (Trane) '
Back Seat Lover- Ted Miller (Joe Gibbs) '
Won't Get Away- Freddie McKay & Impact All Stars (Impact) '
Story Of Love- Invaders (Sir Collins) '
Oppression- Alton & Zoot (Studio 1) '
Love Of A Woman- Horace Andy (Money Disc) '
Lonely Soldier- Ambilique (Fat Eyes) '

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:36 am

Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Reggae ~ 1st October 2013

Direct Response- Session In Session (Jazzman) #
Leggo Jah Jah Children- King Tubby (King Tubby's) #
Love Me Version- Trevor Byfield (Fox Fire) #
Music From The South Side- Tommy McCook (Pantomine) #
Home Sweet Home- Bongo & Les & The Crystalites (Crystal) #
Harris Wheel- Reggaeites (Lee's) #
Double Minded Man- Anthony Ellis (Studio 1) #
Rastafari Tell You- Judah Eskender Tafari (Studio 1) #
Let Them Say- Bob Andy (Studio 1) #
Baby- Heptones (Studio 1) #
Pirates- Rapper Roberts & Jim Brown (Studio 1) #
The Answer- Lone Ranger (Studio 1) #
Nanny Scank- Hugh Roy (Pitts-Burg) #
Words Of Wisdom- U Roy (Duke Reid) #
News Carrier- The Hamlins (Matador) #
Let Me Tell You Boy- Ebony Sisters & Mudie's All Stars (Moodisc) #
Conversation- Cynthia Richards (New Beat) #
Wedding Day- Dobby Dobson (Success) #
Small Garden- Zoot Simms (Studio 1) #
Bad Man Posse- Junior Murvin (Dread at the controls) #
Juvenile Child- Mighty Diamonds (Music Works) #
Brown Eye- Girl- Sanchez (John John) #
Silhouettes- Dennis Brown (Move & Groove) #
Why Can't I Touch You- John Holt (Banana) #
Any More- John Holt (Lee) #
Green Hill- Earl George (Hot Shot) #
Be Thankful- Rocking Horse (Sydna) #
Get On The Ball- Roy Shirley (Caltone) #
The One I Love- Ken Boothe with Tommy McCook & The Supersonics (Caltone) #
Nothing Is Impossible- The Interns (Techniques) #
Apology- Clive Matthews (Fox Fire) #
Ruff In A Fire House- Yabby You (Vivian Jackson) #
Plastic Dolly- Mr Vegus (Pull Up Selector) #
Wicked Can't Run Away- Carlton Livingston (Life Music) #
Trouble Again- Sammy Levi (Eclipse) #
Jah Love- Yabby You (Vivian Jackson) #
Soul Love- Joey & Group with Tommy McCook & The Supersonics (Blue Cat) #

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Me and Lloydie Coxsone (Sir Coxsone Outernational sound) at Peckings Studio 1, 28th September 2013. Thanks to Kev for the photo
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Dennis Alcapone, documentary film maker Diggory Kenrick and myself at the premier of Diggory's I Am The Gorgon about Bunny Lee's legacy in reggae- a must see film!

Stephen T's Funky People Show ~ 22 October 2013
Roots Special


God I God I Say- Keith Wilson (Studio 1) ;
Jerusalem- The Abyssinians (Clinch) ;
Our Rights- The Defenders (Red Lion) ;
Holy Mountain- The Invaders (Sir Collins) ;
I'm Black- The Epics (Blue Mountain) ;
Blacker Than Black- The Episodes (Don One) ;
Am I Black Enough- Chosen Few (Crystal) ;
Never Too Young To Learn- Roman Stewart (Pantomine) ;
Righteous Man- Little Roy (Tafari) ;
Jah Can Count On I- Little Roy & Little Ian Rock (Tafari) ;
Mr T- The Heptones (Right On) ;
Rise and Shine- King Burnett (Brad's) ;
We Need More Love- K.C. White (Brad's) ;
All Jah Jah Workers- Gene Rondo (MCPS) ;
No One Can Tell I About Jah Jah- Rod Taylor (Cry Tuff) ;
Hail Rastafari- Prince Alla (Jamaican Recordings) ;
True Rastaman- Fred Locks (Jah Love Musik) ;
The Road Is Rough- Leroy Smart (Grounation) ;
Children Of The Ghetto- Al Campbell (Reggae Road) ;
Slave Trade- Jewels (Leggo Sounds) ;
Land Of Our Birth- George White & The Black Liberators Band (Human Rights) ;
Warn The Nation- Alric Forbes (Forbes) ;
Whip The Wicked Man- Hopeton Junior (Hot Stuff) ;
Penetrate- Almighty Stones (Hot Stuff) ;
Chant Down Babylon- Soul syndicate feat. Tony Tuff (Soul Syndicate) ;
Jah Man- Freddie McKay (Earthquake) ;
Caution- Junior Delgado (Sound Boy) ;
Time Will Tell- Jonnie Clarke (Attack) ;
Let Go Jah Jah Children- Barry Brown (Striker Lee) ;
Repatriation- Errol Dunkley (Aggrovator) ;
Repatriation Now- Dennis Alcapone (Aggrovator) ;
Farmer In The Den- Jah Lloyd (Human Rights) ;
Natty Chalwa pt2- Lone Ranger (Studio 1) ;
Peace & Unity- Sonya Spence (High Note) ;
Evil That You Do- Roots & The Wailers Band (Impact) ;
Destiny- Fabienne Miranda (Fox) ;
Black Woman- Judy Mowatt (Ashandan) ;
African Girl- Junior Keating (Rootikal) ;
African Man- Earl Cunningham (Jah Shaka) ;

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