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Postby Ital Dokta » Mon Dec 20, 2004 12:54 am

This is a good joke, Kizo aka Joe Meek.[/quote]
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Postby Ekki » Mon Dec 20, 2004 12:57 am

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Postby Ekki » Mon Dec 20, 2004 12:59 am

Ital Dokta wrote:This is a good joke, Kizo aka Joe Meek.

You have to do a bit of practising the quote thing my dear Doug!
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Postby Ital Dokta » Mon Dec 20, 2004 1:08 am

Yeah the quote thing screws me up sometimes Ekki, the other thing is if I'm in a hurry to post I'll click on "Go" to select a forum instead of "submit"...what can you expect, muddling around in the dark here, I need my infrared glasses :)
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Postby ulua-bob » Mon Dec 20, 2004 3:39 am

Top tracks?
I'll take the bait, although I have my own soppy reasons
1. "I Know"- BMW- Despite the disco sound, this song gets me through life. after flying home from the funeral of very good friend in college, I started my car and Confrontation was in the tape deck, and this song came through my speakers and I wept like a babe. I have been told that it was one of the songs that from his deathbed, Bob insisted be finished and released, powerful stuff when one ponders where he was, what he may have felt about his condition and the lyrics.
2. Got to Feel It- Toots- From the Roots- Not as well appreciated but this track blows me away
3.Solid Foundation- Congos, not to everyone's taste, but this album is so rich to me
4. Hold the Handle- Wailing Souls
Who feels it, knows it!
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Postby Donovan » Mon Dec 20, 2004 3:48 am

Moving Away - Ken Boothe (S1)
Come Back To Me- Johnny Clarke (Ariwa)
Jah Jah Children No Suffer - Jackie Brown (Telegraph)
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Postby Rise Up Crew » Mon Dec 20, 2004 2:31 pm

01. Dennis Emmanuel Brown "Should I" (not far from crying each time i listen to it)

02. Abyssinians "Satta Amassa Gana" (rastaman anthem !)
03. Yahadanai "Rise" (for the contemporary reggae scene.)

There are so MUCH tunes i love. Impossible choice.
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Bim Sherman - Danger

Postby richteratmosphere » Thu Dec 23, 2004 11:52 pm

Checked out the Bim Sherman - Danger (On-U Sound version) today and wow - it's one of the best cuts I've heard from that label so far.
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Postby Aaron » Fri Dec 24, 2004 1:06 am

Children Of Jah/Time To Unite - The Chantells & U-Brown
Something Like You - Michael Head & the Strands
Sing It Back - Moloko
Ring the Alarm - Tenor Saw
I Need A Roof - Mighty Diamonds
Nowhere Man - Beatles
Man Out of Time - Elvis Costello
John Riley - the Byrds
Entertainment - Tristan Palma [sic?], Toyan et al
Groovejet - Spiller

These are the first few that spring to mind, songs that, when I first heard them, I thought: "This could be the best song ever!"

There have been others.


Postby moby » Fri Dec 24, 2004 6:56 am

ali baba - john holt does it for me everytime. send another moses and jah jah new garden - lopez walker on Chantells wrecks me to the core. I always have to sing along to onward forward marching on to zion chorus, I've got to reach the promised land, wicked. cannot believe that lopez walker never recorded more material. :cry: incredible singer and with a name like that how could he ever go wrong. tribal war dub on Dub it to the Top just pierces my brain. the way he fuzzed out the horns as theyr'e blaring is just phenomenal, my favorite dub clip. non reggae includes been caught stealin and three days janes addiction, so watcha want beastie boys, and so on.
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Postby plunkstar » Sat Dec 25, 2004 10:25 am

- Never give your heart away: Carlton and the Shoes
- The wrong thing: The Congos
- Population: Burning Spear
- Joy in the Morning: The Gaylads
- Jah Light: Judah Eskinder Taffari
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Postby Bob Escenzion » Sat Dec 25, 2004 9:09 pm

Say so - Paul Blackman (or is it Whiteman?)
Rose Len - Lennie Hibbert

Timeless beauty.............
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