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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:37 am

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Stephen T's Funky People Show ~ 29th October 2013
Raggamuffin Special


Gun Man Lyrics- Cutty Ranks (Techniques) #
Commander- Red Dragon (10 Roosevelt Ave) #
Bust Blank- Red Dragon (Dragon) #
Condemn- Flourgan (Dragon) #
Prepare Your Coffin- Capleton (African Star) #
Blood Shed- Saba Tooth (John John) #
Kill Mi Dead- Daddy Screw (C&G) #
Matie A Dead- Capleton (Xterminator) #
Bury Yah Dead- Beenie Man (Shocking Vibes) #
Say The Word- Beenie Man (Rude Boy) #
Press Button- Beenie Man (Rude Boy) #
Rude Boy Fi Live- Judas (Rude Boy) #
Look & Kill- Ninja Ford (John John) #
Informer Fi Dead- Danaymite (Kingston 11) #
Informer Fi Dead- Buju Banton (Penthouse) #
Murderer- Buju Banton (Penthouse) #
Guns Out- Ricky Chaplin (Roots Tradition) #
From You See Mi Gun- Funky (Kingston 11) #
Gun Nuh Join Church- Ricky General (Black Scorpio) #
Pee Pee Clock clock- General Degree (Penthouse) #
Gunshot- Powerman (Gangster) #
Search If Yuh Get Shot- Mikey & Doctor C (Champagne) #
Gun In A Mi Hand- Little John (Romantic) #
No Mercy- Bounty Killer (Champion) #
Somebody A Go Dead- Mega Banton & Danger B (Wizard) #
Gun Man Chart- John Wayne & Pinchers (Jammy's) #
Permit Fi Gun- Super Cat (Skengdon) #
Rude Boy Skill- Cobra (Digital-B) #
Death Rock- Mad Cobra (Shang) #
Shine & Criss- Shabba Ranks (Shang) #
Know Bout Gun- Jimmy Crazy (Sinbad) #
Murder He Wrote- Worl-A-Girl (Joe Frazier) #
Mark Death- Spragga Benz (John John) #
Mr Quick Fi Pop Off- Ricky General (Black Scorpio) #
Cramp & Paralize- Junior Demus (Duke) #
No Call Rude Boy Brinks- Culture Paul (Shalom) #
Kill A Sound For Me- John Wayne & Colonel LLoydie (Sudden Attack) #
Killing Of A Sound- Bounty Killer & Future Troubles (Techniques) #
Kill A Sound- Stapler (Acoustics) #
Who Next- Hammermouth (Black Scorpio) #
Cease Fire Selector- Lily Melody (Eclipse) #

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:37 am

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The late great Melodian Tony Brevett who we recently lost.

Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Party Time ~ 1st November 2013

Worry No More- Joe Higgs (Studio 1)
Dinah- Joe Higgs (Studio 1)
Mad World- Hugh Godfrey (Coxsone)
Ananias- Delroy Wilson (Studio 1)
Jerk In Time- The Wailers (Coxsone)
One More Chance- The Soulettes (Studio 1)
Simmer Down- The Wailers (Studio 1)
Praise Him- Sanchez (VP)
Here I Am- Sanchez (VP)
I'll Always Be True To You - Sanchez (VP)
Do You Believe - Ghost (Monster Shack)
If Walls Could Talk - Ghost (Monster Shack)
Bodyguard - Ghost (Monster shack)
Rivers Of Babylon- The Melodians (Mango/ orig. Beverley's)
Put It Down Children- The Melodians (Island/ orig. Beverley's)
Rock It With Me- The Melodians (Island/ orig. Beverley's)
When There's You- The Melodians (Earmark/ orig. Beverley's)
What More Can I Say- The Melodians (Heartbeat/ orig. Treasure Isle)
Last Train To Ecstacy- The Melodians (Peckings/ orig. Treasure Isle)
Life Goes On - Spanna Banna (Techniques)
Power Of The Sound - Prezident Brown (Roaring Lion)
Beautiful Black Woman - LMS (Roaring Lion)
Praise The King - Morgan Heritage (Roaring Lion)
Bangarang - Brigadier Jerry (Tappa)
Nice it Nice - Natural Black (PG Music)
Baby Hang Up The Phone- Lloyd Parks (Trojan)
Just Girls- Cool Notes (Jama)
I Specialise In Good Girls- Keith Douglas (Fashion)
Never My Love- Dan Justice (Burning Rockers)
Dancehall Good to We - Papa San (Music Works)
Rumours - Gregory Isaacs (Music works)
Telephone Love - JC Lodge (Music Works)
Bam Bam - Sister Nancy (Techniques)
Rock-A-Dub - Johnny Osbourne (Penthouse)
What One Dance Can Do- Beres Hammond (Revue)
One Dance Won't Do- Audrey Hall (Revolutionary Sound)
Heart Broken- Etana (Neccessary Mayhem)
Iron Lion Zion (remix) - Bob Marley & The Wailers (Tuff Gong)
A Little Way Different- Errol Dunkley (Arawak)
Party Time- Dennis Brown (Joe Gibbs)
The Traffic Jam- Stephen Marley feat. Damian 'Jr Gong' Marley with Buju Banton (
Obama- Robert Lee (Small Axe)
My Girl- Ini Kamoze (9 Sound Clik)
Pitta Patta- Ernie Smith (Trojan)
Sweet Feelings- Carlton Manning (C.M)
Come On Little Girl- The Melodians (Treasure Isle)
The Three Bells- The Browns (RCA Victor)
Jimmy Brown- Ken Parker (Tim)
Hot Trick- Ken Parker (Tim)
Funky Jamaica- Prince Buster & His All Stars (Prince Buster)
Melody Life- Marcia Griffiths (Steely & Clevie)
Festival Time- Eric Morris (Island)

Listen- http://www.mixcloud.com/StephenT/soundt ... mber-2013/
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This Earmark CD/ double LP is probably the best collection of Melodians tunes. Lots of classic Beverley's, Gayfeet and Treasure Isle recordings!
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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:38 am

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Music from all three of these classic artists is to be heard on this show. The Studio 1 boat party was an excellent event last Spring.

Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Reggae ~ 5th November 2013

30-60-90- Jackie Mittoo & Randy's All Stars (Dynamite!) #
Caesar- The Destroyers (Amalgamated) #
Apple Blossoms- Mr Versatile (Jackpot) #
Black Panther- Sir Collins & The Black Diamonds (Duke) #
Jah I- Tommy McCook & The Supersonics (Baron's) #
Cinderella In Black- Augustus Pablo (Impact) #
Travelling Home- Sound Dimensions (Studio 1) #
Summertime- Roy Richards (Studio 1) #
Green Island - Don Drummond (Studio 1) #
Rights Of Version - Big Joe (Winro) #
Africa Here I Come - Freddie MacGregor (Studio 1) #
Love Me Girl - Heptones (Studio 1) #
Why Did You Leave - Heptones (Studio 1) #
River Jordan - Bassies (Studio 1) #
Play Play- Rita Marley (Studio 1 blank) #
Have Faith- Peter Austin & The Freedom Singers (Studio 1) #
Do You Love Me- John Holt (Studio 1) #
Always Together- Bob & Marcia (Coxsone) #
It Isn't So- Owen Gray (Studio 1) #
Sufferer's Time - Heptones (Hep Hep) #
Heaven and Earth - The Invaders (Invader) #
Africa is Paradise - Conscious Minds (Soul Beat) #
Mash Up Iliteracy- Delroy Wilson (Attack) #
Jah Man- Freddie McKay (Earthquake) #
The Other Cheek- Tanya Stephens (Tarantula) #
By His Deeds- VC (Dig Dis) #
People's Choice- Ray Darwin (Tads) #
Half A Loaf - Junior Gong (Tuff Gong) #
Hello Africa - Garnett Silk (Star Trail) #
Hypocrite - Bob Marley & The Wailers (Tuff Gong) #
Can't You See- Ken Boothe (Trojan) #
You Were So Much In Love- The Tennors (Blue Mountain) #
When The Sun Goes Down- The Melodians (Island) #
In Our Time- The Melodians (Jam-Can) #
Mean To Me- Bobby Sakie & Rare Spice (SMAS) #
Sufferer- The Kingstonians (Derrick Harriott blank) #
Bongo Man- Bongoman Byfield (Trojan) #
The Time Has Come - Slim Smith (Jackpot) #
Magnum Force- Vin Gordon (King Tubby's) #

Listen- http://www.mixcloud.com/StephenT/soundt ... mber-2013/
Download- http://rapidgator.net/file/41daa818e799 ... 3.mp3.html

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Vin Gordon in the studio

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:39 am

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RIP Junior 'Soul' Murvin
'Junior Murvin (born Murvin Junior Smith, circa 1949 – 2 December 2013) was a Jamaican reggae musician. He is best known for the single "Police and Thieves", produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry in 1976. He was born in Saint James Parish, Jamaica, in 1949, moving to Port Antonio after his father's death. He began singing as a child, influenced particularly by Curtis Mayfield, and began performing in public after his family moved to Montego Bay. He studied mechanics at the Montego Bay Technical High School, and then moved to Trenchtown in Kingston, where he lived with his aunt and auditioned unsuccessfully for Lee Perry and Coxsone Dodd. He first recorded under the name Junior Soul for Sonia Pottinger's Gayfeet label, and then began recording regularly for the Crystal label owned by Derrick Harriott, where he had a minor hit with "Solomon" in 1972. He also performed as a member of the Hippy Boys, and later the Mighty Falcons and the Tornadoes, in Kingston's nightclubs and tourist hotels.
In 1976, he auditioned again for Perry with his own song, "Police and Thieves". This time Perry agreed to record him, and the single was released to international commercial success in Jamaica, Britain and elsewhere. Though written in the context of Jamaica's turf wars and police violence, it became closely associated with the rioting at London's Notting Hill Carnival that year. Murvin and Perry co-wrote more songs together and completed an album for Island Records, Police and Thieves, released in 1977 and regarded as one of Perry's best productions. The title song was heard by British punk rock band The Clash, whose version appeared on their debut album released in April 1977. Murvin continued to record singles with Perry, including several versions of Curtis Mayfield songs, and also made recordings with producers Joe Gibbs and Alvin Ranglin. In 1980, Murvin's "Police and Thieves" finally reached the UK singles chart, peaking at no.23 after being used in the film Rockers.
Murvin continued to record through the 1980s, but his singles had less success. However, he sang with one of Jamaica's top bands, Jah Postles, and toured widely in Europe. He recorded with various producers and musicians, including Joe Gibbs, Errol Thompson, Mikey Dread with whom he recorded the 1982 album Bad Man Posse, Henry "Junjo" Lawes, Prince Jammy, and King Tubby. His other local hits included "Miss Kushie", "Cool out Son", "I'm In Love", "Bad Man Posse", and "Muggers in the Street". He released his last album, Signs and Wonders, in 1989, but continued to record and release singles locally in Jamaica, some of them on his small Murvin label in Port Antonio. His last released recording was a single entitled "Wise Man", released on the London-based Dubwise record label in 1998.' - wikipedia

'Reggae singer Junior Murvin, best known for the 1976 hit song Police and Thieves, has died in Jamaica aged 67. His son, Keith Smith, said Murvin died in hospital in Port Antonio on Monday. The cause of his death has not been established although the singer was being treated for diabetes and high blood pressure. Police and Thieves, produced by the celebrated Lee "Scratch" Perry, became a 1970s anthem and was later covered by The Clash. Junior Murvin - born Murvin Junior Smith - began his career as a hotel entertainer in Jamaica, eventually becoming a recording artist in the capital, Kingston, the Jamaica Observer reported. Police and Thieves was a hit in Jamaica and also took off in the UK where it found an audience with punk rock aficionados. The song became closely associated with the Notting Hill Carnival in London which ended in rioting the year it was released. Murvin continued to record through the 1980s although his later singles had less success.' - BBC


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Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Reggae ~ 3rd December 2013

The Chicken- Cedric 'Im' Brooks (Studio 1) #
Red Moon- The Dynamites (Dynamite) #
More Music- Tommy Mccook & Rad Wilson (Pantomine) #
Stripping The Bone- Bone Soul & Mudie's All Stars (Moodisc) #
Theme From the Gun Court- The MBV & Mudie's All Stars (Moodisc) #
Lorna's Dance (Reggae)- The MBV & Mudie's All Stars (HMA) #
Give Me Some More- Sound Studio Band (Dynamite Soul/ orig. Downtown) #
Get Ready - Burning Spear (Studio 1) #
Jah Jah Help Us - Big Joe (Studio 1) #
Clean Face Rasta - Count Lasher (Studio 1) #
I'm Still Waiting - Cornel Campbell (Studio 1) #
Police and Thief - Junior Murvin (Wild Flower) #
False Teaching - Junior Murvin (Wild Flower) #
Cool Out Son - Junior Murvin (Joe Gibbs) #
Bad Man Posse - Junior Murvin (DATC) #
Chattie Chattie- Junior Soul (Big Shot) #
The Hustler- Junior Soul (Crystal) #
Cross Over- Junior Murvin (Trojan) #
Mr Music- Bob Marley & The Upsetters (Upsetters) #
Natural Mystic- Bob Marley & The Upsetters (Upsetters) #
Natural Misty- Jennifer Lara (Studio 1) #
Little Girl- Freddie McGreggor (Studio 1) #
Purple Heart- Jackie Mittoo (Studio 1) #
Africa Is Paradise- Concious Minds (Soul Beat) #
Don't Underpay Us- Andell Forgie (Weed Beat) #
Around the Country- Albert Malawi (Negus Music) #
A Little Love- Jimmy London (Impact) #
Marie- Jimmy London (Hot Shot) #
Till I Kiss You- Jimmy London (Giant) #
I'm Your Puppet- Jimmy London (Jama) #
Bridge Over Troubled Water- Jimmy London (Giant) #
Thank You Girl - Henry Buckley (Merritone) #
Watch Your Step- Freddy McKay (Kismet) #
Them A Fight- Micheal Prophet (Corner Stone) #
Born Free- BB Seaton (Jama) #
Human Nature- Junior Reid (Youth Promotion) #
She Sexy- Michael Palmer (Spring Hill) #
Brother Man- Bitty McLean (Peckings) #

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Happy birthday to Jimmy London for last Saturday!
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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:39 am

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Clement Seymour 'Sir Coxsone' Dodd (26th January 1932 – 5th May 2004)

Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Studio 1 ~ 17th December 2013
This one turned into a bit of a clash I'm afraid- Swingeasy started it as usual!


Heavenless- Dodd & The Brentford Road Disco Set (Studio 1) ST
Death In The Arena- Rolando Alphonso & The Soul Vendors (Studio 1) ST
Granny Scratch Scratch- Sound Dimension (Studio 1) ST
Poison Ivy- Sound Dimension (Studio 1 blank) ST
Smiling- Sound Dimension (Studio 1) ST
Ain't No Love- Jenifer Lara (Studio 1) SE
Mary Don't You Weep- Ken Parker (Tabernacle) SE
Marcus Garvey- The Skatelites (Island) SE
Two For One- Skatalites (Coxsone) SE
True Believer In Love- Delroy Wilson (Studio 1) SE
I Am Not A King- Delroy Wilson (Studio 1) SE
Won't You Came Home- Delroy Wilson (Studio 1) SE
Lion Of Judah- Delroy Wilson (Coxsone) ST
On The Beach- Owen Gray (Coxsone) ST
This World- Roy & Millie (Rolando & Powie) ST
Perhaps- Roland Alphonso & The Ska-ta-Lites (C&N) ST
Rock Sweet Rock- The Wailers (Coxsone) ST
One More Chance- The Soulettes (Studio 1) ST
Mojo Girl-Nora Dean (Coxsone) ST
Natty Farmyard- Prince Fari (Coxsone) SE
Always Trying- Judah Eskende Tarari (Studio 1) SE
Fun It Up- Tony & Howie (Bongoman) SE
Bobby Babylon- Freddie McGregor (Studio 1) SE
Murderer- Johnny Osbourne (Coxsone) SE
Eternal Love- Horace Andy (Money Disc) SE
Live & Learn- Alton Ellis (Coxsone) SE
Christmas Coming- Alton Ellis (Coxsone) ST
Christmas Time Is Here- The Heptones (Studio 1) SE
Smell You Crep- Larry Marshall (Studio 1) ST
Boy In Long Pants- The Gladiators (Studio 1) SE
Another Night- The Soul Sister (Soul Jazz) ST
Tell Me Where- Jenifer Lara (Studio 1) SE
Sing Out Loud- Cecille Locke (Supreme) ST
My Life Is A Hard Life- Cables (Coxsone) SE
I Second That Emotion- The Martinis (Studio 1) ST
I Don't Mind- The Bassies (Studio 1) SE
Budie Bum- Tennysee Brown (Coxsone) ST
When Will Be The End- Ethiopian (Studio 1) SE
Be Wise My Brethren- George Allen (Studio 1) ST
Musical Scorcher- Carey Johnson (Studio 1) SE
Music Answer- The Sharks (Studio 1) ST

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:40 am

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Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Party Time New Years Eve Special!!
~ 31st December 2013


Sure Shot- Jackie Mittoo (Studio 1) ST
Reggae Children- Roy Richards (Studio 1) ST
Whisper To Me- Cecille Campbell (Supreme) ST
Oh Me Oh My- Jerry Jones (Coxsone) ST
Give Me Little Sign- Owen Gray (Studio 1) ST
Oh Lord Why Lord- Horace Andy (Money Disc) ST
Go Away Pretty Girl- Freddie McGregor (Money Disc) ST
I Know- The Splenders (Coxsone) ST
Sweet Reggae Music - Nitty Gritty (Jammys) SE
One Scotch - Chaka Demus & Admiral Bailey (Jammys) SE
Nice It Nice - Natural Black (DG) SE
Still In Love With You - Sean Paul & Sasha (VP) SE
Three Piece Suit - Trinity (Belmont) SE
I'm Still In Love- Marcia Aitken (Joe Gibbs) SE
Baby I've Been Missing You- Bunny Maloney (Moodisc) SE
Got To Be At The Party- Maurice Johnson (Stan) ST
Place Called Happiness- Rudy Mills (Crystal) ST
Talk About Love- Pat Kelly (Terminal) ST
Prophecy- Fabian (Tribesman) ST
New Love- Sugar Minott (Black Roots) ST
Natural Woman- The Heptics (D-Roy) ST
My Religion - Gregory Isaacs (African Museum) SE
Lets nDance - Gregory Isaacs (African Museum) SE
Love Of A Common People - Eric Donaldson (Jaguar) SE
Breakfast In Bed- Lorna Bennett (Harry J) SE
Stay Away- Phyllis Dillon (Treasure Isle) ST
My Baby Just Cares For Me- Jeanette Harper with The Missions (Giant) ST
One Scotch One Bourbon One Beer- Amos Milburn (Aladdin blank) SE
Three Little Birds- Bob Marley & The Wailers (Island) SE
Could You Be Loved- Bob Marley & The Wailers (Island) ST
Why Don't You Let Me Know- Barbara Jones (Hit GG's) ST
Hold Me Tight - Johnny Nash (Regal) SE
Dat- Pluto Shervington (Opal) SE
He'll Have To Go- Jimmy Cherry (Alpine) ST
Soul Shakedown Party - Bob Marley & The Wailers (Trojan) SE
Dip and Fall Back- Justin Hinds (Fox) ST
54-46 Was My Number - Toots & The Maytals (Trojan) SE
(Tra La La La) I Love You- Norris Reid (Message) ST
One Life To Live- Phyllis Dillon (Treasure Isle) SE
Sky Juice & Festival Dumpling- I Roy (Channel 1) ST

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:40 am

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Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Reggae ~ 7th January 2014

Way Of Life- The Graduates (Flame) ;
Love Me Today- Stranger Cole & Gladdy (W&C) ;
Love Is Strange- Helmsley Morris (Caltone blank) ;
What Kind Of Man- The Cool Cats (Caltone) ;
Little Nut Tree- Melodians (High Note) ;
Walk The Streets- Derrick Harriott (Crystal) ;
Dance All Night- The Tartans (Merritone) ;
With A Girl Like You- Henry Buckley (Merritone) ;
Stormy Weather- Bobby Ellis & Revolutionairies (High Note) ;
Goodbye Then- Kasheif Lindo (Jah Ruby) ;
I Am A Believer- Amblique (French) ;
Baby Tonight- Bitty McLean (Peckings) ;
Gimme Gimme African Love- The African Brothers (To Zion) ;
Fussing & Fighting- Exiles (Exile) ;
Tea House- The Opening (Reggae) ;
Oh Mannio- Jackie Edwards (Direction) ;
Cherry Baby- The Messengers (Count Shelly) ;
Your Tender Lips- Sam & Les (Dip) ;
I Can't Resist Your Tenderness- Ginger Williams (Paradise) ;
Return Your Love- Barry Biggs (Question) ;
I'm In Love Again- Winston Heywood (Question) ;
Life Table- Tyrone Taylor (Wolf) ;
Living In Sorrows- Michael Anthony (Third Generation) ;
Silver Words- Ken Boothe (Green Door) ;
Silver Bullet- King Tubby (Trojan) ;
Surfside- Ernest Ranglin & Dean Fraser (220 Drive) ;
Princess Gawn- Jah Mason (Rollin') ;
Cathy's clown- Jimmy London (Hot Shot!) ;
Bye Bye Love- The Inventors (Fud's pre) ;
I'll Take You There- Al Martin (Generation) ;
Make It Reggae- Shark Wilson & The Basement Heaters (Dynamite!) ;
If You Should Lose Me- The Secretary (Larry's) ;
You Gonna Need Me- Errol Dunkley (Joe Gibbs) ;
Why Worry- Israel Vibration (Orthodox) ;
Stormy Night- Eric Griffiths & Creation Steppers (Star of the East) ;
Know For I- Bongo Herman & Bunny (Song Bird) ;
Run Come Feel- Lynval Thompson (Faith) ;
My Religion- Gregory Isaacs (Echo) ;

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:41 am

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Ringo's Cry Tough Show ~ 8th January 2014
guest presenter Stephen T aka Mister Soundtapes

Roots tunes played from 10" vinyl:


Rootsman- Senya (Impact) =
Wise Man- Junior Dan (Hi Try) =
Streets Of Africa- Big Youth (PK) =
I'm A Free Man- Freddy McKay (Santic) =
Creation- Joe Higgs (Half Moon) =
Rightful Ruler- Royal Unity (Guiding Star) =
Sun Moon and Stars- Rod Taylor (Dread at the Controls) =
Beautiful Africa- Gregory Isaacs (African Museum) =
Free Africa- The Twinkle Brothers (Front Line) =
Emmanuel God Is with Us- Dennis Brown (Glimmer) =
King In My Empire- Cornel Campbell (Rhythm & Sound) =
Gold Of Sheba- Earl Sixteen (Merge) =
Root Of David- Earl Zero (A-Lone) =
No Wicked- Eek A Mouse (Cultural Warriors) =
Be Good- Horace Andy (Wackie's) =
Live Good- Johnny Osbourne (Jammy's) =
Rude Boy- Sammy Dread (Hitbound) =
Youthman In The Ghetto- Prince Alla (Archive) =
Living In The Ghetto- Delton Screechie (Kojak) =
Living As A Brother- Barry Brown (Trojan) =
Mr Money Man- Barrington Levy (Hitbound) =
Give Thanks and Praise- Sugar Minott (Hitbound) =
Jah Righteous Plan- Willie Williams (Uptempo) =
Kingdom Rise- Wailing Souls (Jah Guidance) =
Turn Me Loose- Al Campbell (Well Charge) =
Repatriation- Horace Martin (Negus Roots) =
Free Blackman- Rising Fire (Archive) =
Destruction- Struggle (Archive) =
Book Of Life- Hugh Mundell (Rockers) =
Facts Of Life- The Royals (Pressure Sounds) =

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:42 am

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It was a great honour to have Jimmy London live in the studio for a relaxed chat, enjoy some old records and even sing a few of his favourites. Jimmy told us "It's not an interview, it's a party!" He was right as I'm sure you'll hear. Thanks to the live listeners and especially to Jimmy, Mr Swingeasy and Terence Lo! A good time was had by all. I hope you enjoy the recording!

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Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Jimmy London ~ 14th January 2014

A Little Love- Jimmy London (Phil Pratt) -
I Will- Jimmy London (Love) -
I'll Never Find Another You- Jimmy London (Impact) -
Shake A Hand- Jimmy London (Trojan CD) -
Since You've Been Away- Jimmy London (Impact) -
Love Her- The Everly Brothers (WB) -
Ten To One- The Impressions (ABC) -
That's Heaven To Me- Sam Cooke (RCA) -
Till I Kissed You- Jimmy London (Giant) -
Cathy's Clown- Jimmy London (Randy's) -
Love Is A Hurting Thing- Jimmy London (Impact) -
I Am Not A King- Delroy Wilson (Studio 1) -
Love Is Overdue- Gregory Isaacs (Attack) -
Love Has Found A Way- Dennis Brown (A&M) -
Memories By The Score- The Paragons (Ossie) -
If You Don't Mind- The Gaylads (Soul Beat) -
Since You Are Gone- Pat Kelly (Lee's) -
Prisoner Of Love- Gene Rondo (Magnet) -
Problems In Life- I Roy (Matador) -
Marie- Jimmy London (Hot Shot) -
Jim Say Hello- Jimmy London (Terminal) -
Together- Jimmy London (Harry J) -
I'm Your Puppet- Jimmy London (Love) -
Bridge Over Troubled Waters- Jimmy London (Giant) -
Got To Change Your Ways- Jimmy London (Channan-Jah) -
Jamaica Festival '72- Jimmy London (Randy's) -
Don't Keep The Children In The Dark- Jimmy London (Grounation) -
One Of These Days- Jimmy London (Channan-Jah) -
A Little Love- Jimmy London (Impact) -

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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Sun Feb 09, 2014 9:25 pm

Join me live for Mister Soundtapes presents Cornel Campbell! This will be another special history show featuring The Gorgon in interview! Monday 10th February 7-10pm at [url="http://www.purple-radio.co.uk/"]www.purple-radio.co.uk[/url]
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Mister Soundtapes presents Cornel Campbell

Postby southlondonstephen » Tue Feb 11, 2014 8:11 am

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Cornel performing in London in 1973

Mister Soundtapes presents Cornel Campbell
~ 10th February 2014

The Don Gorgan in interview recorded at Rhum Jungle, London in 24th July 2013

Nothing Can Stop Us- Cornell Campbell Meets Soothsayers (Strutt) 4:02
I Will Never Change- Cornell Campbell (Striker Lee) 2:58
Please Be True- Cornell Campbell (Jackpot) 2:29
Make Hay- Cornel Campbell (Randy's) 2:48
The Last Time- The Sensations feat T McCook & The Supersonics (Treasure Isle) 3:00
Let The Music Play- Cornell Campbell & The Baba Brooks Band (Peckings) 2:28
Turn Down Date- Cornel Campbell (Studio 1) 2:34
Reach Out Darling- Don Cornel & The Eternals (Moodisc) 3:00
Let's Start Again- Don Cornel & The Eternals (Moodisc) 2:56
Push Me In The Corner- The Eternals (Moodisc) 2:15
Darling Forgive Me- Cornel Campbell & The Supersonics (Peckings) 2:25
Stars- The Eternals (Studio 1) 3:07
Queen Of The Minstrels- The Eternals (Studio 1) 3:21
The Minstrel- Cornel Campbell (Justice) 3:25
I'm The One Who Loves You- Cornell Campbell (Neville sounds) 2:12
You're No Good- Cornell Campbell & The Eternals (Jackpot) 3:00
Didn't I- Cornel Campbell (Lee's) 3:36
Pity The Children- Cornell Campbell & The Eternals (Jackpot) 2:34
Natural Facts- Cornell Campbell (Neville Sounds) 2:40
Gorgan- Cornel Campbell (Attack) 2:32
Conquering Gorgan- Cornell Campbell (Grounation) 3:28
Stalawa- Cornell Campbell (Jackpot) 2:52
Investigator- Cornell Campbell (Striker Lee) 3:35
Prisoner Of Love- Cornell Campbell (Justice) 3:00
Release Me- Cornell Campbell (Jamaica Sound) 3:32
Duke Of Earl- Cornell Campbell (Monicas) 3:26
Yes- Cornell Campbell (Koos) 3:42
My Sweet Baby- Cornell Campbell (Abraham) 2:41
Blinded By Love- Cornell Campbell (Abraham) 3:01
The Judgement Come- Cornell Campbell (Thompson) 3:25
Jah Jah Give Us Love- Cornell Campbell (Wambesi) 3:18
Mash You Down- Cornel Campbell (Ossie) 3:03
Follow Instruction- Cornell Campbell (New Star) 3:30
Gemini Special- Cornell Campbell (Sound tape) 4:05
Dem Lie (Daddy Noc Special)- Cornell Campbell 3:29
Bandulu- Cornell Campbell (Select Cuts) 3:18
No Man's Land- Cornell Campbell (Joe Gibbs) 2:30
Rope In- Cornell Campbell (Joe Gibbs) 3:10
Boxing- Cornell Campbell (JGM) 4:19
Ten To One (live on Downbeat)- Cornell Campbell (Sound tape) 1:13
My Heart Is Clean- Cornell Campbell (Observer) 3:31
Conversation- Cornel Campbell (Digital B) 3:36
Rock My Soul- Cornel Campbell (Sip A Cup) 3:33
Soul Rebel- Cornel Campbell (Striker Lee) 2:38
I'm Still Waiting- Cornel Campbell (Studio 1) 3:20
Lickie Lickie- Cornel Campbell (Mafia & Fluxy) 3:30
Natty Don't Go- Cornel Campbell (Cultural Warriors Music) 4:03
Don Gorgon- Cornel Campbell (Jah Life) 3:33
New Scroll- Cornel Campbell (CD) 4:39
Jah Jah Me No Born Yah- Cornel Campbell Meets Soothsayers (Strutt) 4:25

Listen- http://www.mixcloud.com/StephenT/mister-soundtapes-presents-cornel-campbell-10th-february-2014-cornel-in-interview-with-myself/
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Massive thanks are due to Cornel Campbell for 45 years of amazing music so far, to Robin from the Soothsayers who enabled the interview to take place and to Terence for his assistance in the interview and for taking pictures but especially for getting the beers in!

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Cornel Campbell Meets Soothsayers looking very cool indeed!

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Catch them at a venue near you- they have an excellent live show

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I met Cornel as he prepared for this show

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One of the highlights of my life so far!
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Soundtapes presents Peter Irie ~ 1985 Special ~ 11 Feb 2014

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Feb 12, 2014 6:22 pm

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Mister Soundtapes presents Peter Lowe ~ 1985 Special
recorded 28th January and broadcast 11th February 2014


In 1985 Peter Irie was a MC with King Tubby's Sound System in South London. 30 years later Peter is making a film set in South London in 1985 and will include sound system culture as an integral part of the film. We talk about his intentions with the film, his time as a sound system MC and 1985 sound systems and music in general.

check Peter's website for updates- www.menacefilms.co.uk

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Photo shows Saxon MCs Smiley Culture (RIP) and Asher Senator
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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Feb 19, 2014 1:21 pm

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Photo shows producer Fatis 'X-terminator' Burrell and Half Pint in Brixton, 1986




Mister Soundtapes presents 1980s
~ February 2014 Mix

'Let's tell a story'


TELL A STORY- THE SAXON FIVE
ACID- TIPPA IRIE & DADDY RUSTY
LOVE ME SESS- TOP CAT
COMPLAIN NEIGHBOUR- TIPPA IRIE
MY GOD MY KING- PAPA LEVI
SLAM BAM- SMILEY CULTURE
WALK AND SKANK- JAH SCREECHY
SHOULDER MOVE- LEVI ROOTS
BUBBLING- MICHAEL PROPHET
POLITICAL FRICTION- HALF PINT
YAH MADE THEM ALL- YAMI BOLO
I WON'T GIVE UP- FRANKIE MILMOTT
MURDERER- BARRINGTON LEVI
100LBS A COLLIE WEED- CARLTON LIVINGSTONE
PAIN-A-BACK- SCION SUCCESS
I CAN'T STAND IT- LONE RANGER
POCOMANIA JUMP- SASSAFRASS
UPTOWN GIRL- CONROY SMITH
FEVER- TENOR SAW
NICENESS- KING KONG
MI AVE A LITTLE SOUND- KING KONG
MY SOUND- KING EVERAL
FIVE POUND BOX OF DUBS- SAMMY LEVI
TRY A THING- WHITE MICE
HUNGRY BELLY YARDY- FRANKIE PAUL
NO TOUCH ME STYLEE- FRANKIE PAUL
PLAY ME- RONNIE DAVIS
WHAT ONE DANCE CAN DO- BERES HAMMOND
ROCK-A-DUB- JOHNNY OSBOURNE
NO WORK ON SUNDAY- TENOR SAW
METRO IN CUBA- PETER METRO
BOOPS- PETER METRO
HOL A SPLIF- FLOUR GON
DON DADA- SUPER CAT
NUFF MAN A DEAD- SUPER CAT
RAP PON RYDIM- TIGER


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Mister Soundtapes presents King Jammy's
~ February 2014 Mix

'What a la la'


BUDY BYE- JOHNNY OSBOURNE
UNDER ME SLENG TENG- WAYNE SMITH
PUMPKIN BELLY- TENOR SAW
TRASH AND READY- SUPER CAT
COME ALONG- WAYNE SMITH
CRY FOR THE APE- WELTON IRIE
UNDERSTAND ME- LITTLE JOHN
HOG IN A MINTY- NITTY GRITTY
FALSE ALARM- NITTY GRITTY
TROUBLE AGAIN- KING KONG
ONE IN A MILLION- HALF PINT
SHAKA LACK- JUNIOR REID
JAMMY'S PLAYING- JUNIOR REID
THE ORIGINAL REWIND- JOHNNNY OSBOURNE
YOU HAFFI ROCK- SUGAR MINOTT
CHAMPION BUBBLER- PINCHERS
NO GOOD GIRL- GREGORY ISAACS
MIX UP FAMILY- CORNELL CAMPBELL
WHAT THE HELL- ECHO MINOTT
HUNG THEM- KING EVERAL
ONE SCOTCH- ADMIRAL BAILEY & CHAKA DEMUS
TOP CELEBRITY MAN- ADMIRAL BAILEY
DUCK- RED DRAGON
DEFEAT- DANNY DREAD
IF A NO BOOPS A TOOTS- SISTER MAUREEN
SHOW ME RESPECT- LADY ENGLISH & SISTER LINDA
CAN'T CONQUER- DON ANGELO
KILL A SOUND WITH EASE- COURTNEY MELODY
KING JAMMY'S SUPER POWER- THRILLER U
RUNNING FROM REALITY- ADMIRAL TIBBETT
STILL DRIFTING- DENNIS WALKS
SON DON'T TAKE YOUR GUN TO TOWN- AL CAMPBELL
TURN ON THE HEAT- ECLESTON JARRETT
FOUR SEASON LOVER- LEROY GIBBONS
IT'S MAGIC- DENNIS BROWN


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Re: Soundtapes & Swingeasy Present Reggae Show

Postby southlondonstephen » Wed Feb 19, 2014 1:24 pm

'Latest News
Wayne ‘Sleng Teng’ Smith is dead

Monday, February 17, 2014 | 11:39 PM
KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Singer Wayne Smith, whose computerised song ‘Under mi Sleng Teng’ revolutionised reggae, has died.

Smith's son Tidel Smith, told OBSERVER ONLINE that his father died Monday at Kingston Public Hospital (KPH). He was 48 years old.

He said Smith was admitted to the KPH Friday after complaining of stomach pains. His health improved on Sunday but yesterday it had deteriorated and he died shortly after noon.

An autopsy will be done to determine the cause of death.

Originally from Waterhouse, Smith started his career in 1980 with producer Lloyd 'King Jammys' James who produced ‘Under mi Sleng Teng’ four years later.

‘Under mi Sleng Teng’ was orchestrated by Smith and musician Noel Davey on an inexpensive Casio keyboard. It was first played at dances on James' sound system and got such strong response that James released the song in late 1984.

The 'riddim' of the same name produced numerous hit songs including ‘Pumpkin Belly’ by singer Tenor Saw.

‘Under mi Sleng Teng’ was a trailblazer, triggering dancehall's digital age. It was Smith's biggest hit, though he enjoyed more chart success with songs like ‘Ain't no Meaning in Saying Goodbye’ and ‘Come Along’.

Smith, who operated the Sleng Teng label, is survived by his mother, May Coley, five children, three grandchildren, and five brothers and sisters.'


Howard Campbell (jamaicaobserver.com)

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Cornel Campbell, Jimmy London & Stephen 'Mister Soundtapes' Taw at the Ritzy Bar, Brixton on 12th February 2014

Soundtapes & Swingeasy present Reggae ~ 18th February 2014

With You My Heart Belongs- Cornel Campbell meets Soothsayers (Strutt) ST
Turn Your Eyes On Me- Cornel Campbell (Jam Rock) ST
Natty Dread In a Greenwhich Farm- Cornell Campbell (Trojan) ST
Life Is a Moment In Space- Wayne Smith (Prince Jammy's Dub) ST
Uncle Sam- Wayne Smith (Hit Bound) ST
Come Along- Wayne Smith (Jammy's) ST
Under Me Sleng Teng- Wayne Smith (Jammy's) ST
Hang On Natty- Sugar Minott (Studio 1) SE
Love and Understanding- Glen Miller (Faze Four) SE
Make a Joyful Noise- The Silvertones (Studio 1) SE
Come On Home- Sugar Minott (Studio 1) SE
Never Let Go- Slim Smith (Studio 1) SE
Bubbles Bubble- Roy Burrowes (Studio 1) SE
Understand Me- Little John (Jammy's) ST
Joysie Gone- Little John (Thompson) ST
Boogie Down- John Wayne (Justice) ST
Down In The Ghetto- Sister Carol (Jah-Life) ST
Shine Eye Boy- Annette Smith (Roots Tradition) ST
Shine Eye Girl- Barrington Levy (Jah Guidance) ST
Pick Up The Pieces- The Royals (Wambesi) SE
The Road Is Rough- Jimmy London (Dragon) SE
If You Should Lose Me- The Secretary (Larry's) SE
Come Down '68- Lord Creator (Randy's) SE
Give To Get- The Voiceroys (Punch) SE
Be A Man- Cables (Studio 1) ST
Pack Up- The Classics (Studio 1) ST
Lick It Back- Duke Morgan (Studio 1) ST
Marcus Garvey- Bunny Rugs (Mister Tipsy) SE
No Goodbye- Beres Hammond (VP) SE
She's Still Loving Me- Morgan Heritage (Arrows) SE
Tell Me That You Love Me- Trevor Byfield (Fox Fire) ST
Give Me Loving- Albert Malawi (Negus Roots) ST
Put Down Your Guns- Barry Brown (Matador) SE
Hypocrite- Heptones (Joe Gibbs) SE
After A Storm (Beyond That Dark Cloud)- The Invaders (Sir Collins) ST
Human- Prince Buster (Buster blank) SE

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'Reggae legend and Third World singer William 'Bunny Rugs' Clarke dies in intensive care
Feb 04, 2014 17:31 By Ian Hughes

The Jamaican vocalist was three days short of his 66th birthday - it is believed he had been suffering from cancer when he passed away in Orlando, Florida

Reggae legend William “Bunny Rugs” Clarke, the lead singer with Third World, has died three days short of his 66th birthday.

Clarke, who spent 38 years with the iconic band , passed away in Orlando, Florida.

It is believed the Jamaican vocalist, who was a pioneer of reggae music, was suffering from cancer.

He was being treated in intensive care at the time of his death on Monday.

Clarke’s ailing health meant he missed some of last year’s Third World 40th anniversary tour concerts.'

(mirror.co.uk)

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'Reggae artiste John Wayne is dead

Reggae artiste John Wayne has died. According to media reports, the singer died of a kidney failure at the Kingston Public Hospital on the morning of January 30, 2014.

John Wayne gained popularity for his 1985 hit Call The Police produced by Lloyd 'King Jammie' James on the Sleng Teng rhythm.

His death came just days before the start of reggae month, which will see Jamaicans celebrating the genre and all the artistes who have contributed to its development over the years.'

(jamaica-star.com)
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Funky People Show Dub Special

Postby southlondonstephen » Tue Feb 25, 2014 11:31 pm

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Stephen T's Funky People Show Dub Special
~ 25th February 2014


Version [to Stripping The Bone]- Mudie's All Stars (Moodisc) '
No Parole- Mudie's All Stars (Moodisc) '
Version [to Red Moon- The Dynamites]- King Tubby (Dynamite) '
Green Hill Version- Hot Shot All Star (Hot Shot!) '
Black Love- Soul Syndicate (Rawse) '
Jah Jah Deliver Us Version- Keith Goode (Under-Ground) '
Tribulation Dub- Bim Sherman (Pressure Sounds) '
Makka Bees- Fire! (Rebirth) '
Version [to Apology- Clive Matthews] (Fox Fire) '
Press Version- King Tubby's (Striker Lee) '
Dub Version [to Give Up The Badness- Johnny Clarke] (Justice) '
Bad Boy Rhythm- Aggrovators (Weed Beat) '
Version [to Mr Music]- Bob Marley & The Upsetters (Upsetters) '
Mystic Version- Upsetter (Upsetters) '
Dub Side [to Mystry Babylon- Heptones (Black Art) '
Version [to Natty Lead The Way]- True Persuaders (Forward Roots) '
Hotter Fire- Observers (Observer) '
New Style- The Observer (Observer) '
Natty Dread Christmas pt2- Obeservers (Observer) '
Version [to Sky Juice & Festival Dumpling- I Roy] (Channel 1) '
Version [to Down In Babylon- Al Campbell] (Channel 1) '
Version [to Children Of Israel- John Giscombe] (Kingston Connection) '
Dread A Rule Dub [to Jah Children Cool- Keithus I] (Jah Dynasty) '
Our Dub [to Jah Children Rising- Roy Dobson] (Black Pearl) '
Our Dub [to Our Roots In Africa- Roy Dobson] (Black Pearl) '
Living Dub [to Living In Sorrow- Michael Anthony] (Third Generation) '
Steve Biko- The Militants (Field Marshall) '
People's Dub- Ras Midas (Jaywax) '
Fire Ball- Youth In Progress (Youth In Progress) '
It's A shame Version [to Bad Boys- Horace Martin] (Modernize) '
Version [to No Equal Rights In Babylon- Joe Axumite]- Bullwackie's All stars (City Line) '
North Circular Dub- King Tubby's with The Roots Radics (Rootikal) '
The Living Dub [to Land Of The Living- Barry Brown] (Snow-Bird) '
Something Dub [to Love Me A Deal with- Bunny Lye Lye] (High Power) '
Pepsi dub- Roots Radics (Spring Hill) '
Version [to forgive Them Jah- Rising Son] (Iroko) '
Fuss & Fight Dub- Exiles (Exiles) '
Version [to Gun Fire- Tony Chin] (Trade Mark) '
Version [to Joycie Gone- Little John] (Thompson) '
Version [to Understand Me- Little John] (Jammy's) '

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