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Roots N Culture Mix 2012
August 05, 2012 04:54 AM PDT
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SiamRootsical Roots N Culture Mix 2012. Finally putting this one out, I've been too busy gardening this summer. Reggae music again! Riddim like Life After Lifetime (Larger Than Life), King's Army (Dimmie Joe), Island Breeze (Madd Spider), Real Reggae (Payday), Hold U Medz (In the Streetz), Murderer (No Doubt/Madhouse), Beat Down Babylon (Jukeboxx), XTM Nation's hot remake of Wings With Me and Twilight Circus' superb Binghi riddim from 2008 featuring nyah drumming from Skully. Nuff version. Cultural deejay Keke-I bigs up all horticulturalists on Farmer Man while blazing fyah like Sizzla on the stunning Why Do We Fight. Barrington Levy & Gyptian team up for another great remake of Murderer (No Doubt). Buju Banton ripped up a storm on Pedal Pusher... gwaan Buju! While various members of the band continue to release solo projects, Morgan Heritage made a welcome comeback with The Return before beginning their European tour. Reggae music lives!

Featuring: Gramps Morgan, Jesse Royal, Lutan Fyah, Gappy Ranks, Capleton, Fantan Mojah, Wayne Marshall, Bounty Killer, Busy Signal, Ras Attitude, Norris Man, I-Wayne, Morgan Heritage, Anthony B, Delly Ranx, Bobby Hustle, Pressure, Turbulence, Keke-I, Ken Bob, Sugar Minott, Michael Rose, Skully, Kabaka Pyramid, Peetah Morgan, I-Octane, Konshens, Tarrus Riley, Sizzla, Dario, Wrath Riley, Buju Banton, Taranchyla, Wayne Wonder, Alborosie, Lady Ann, Barrington Levy, Gyptian, Beenie Man, Military Man and Guinney Pepper.

Continuous mix. 79 minutes.

Smooth Ride - Laid Back Reggae & Lovers Rock Selections 2008
March 17, 2012 04:00 AM PDT
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Smooth Ride - laid back reggae and lovers rock.

Irie likkle lovers and slow one-drop mixtape from 2008. Great selection. Excursions on the January Morning (Free Willy), Love Potion & Drop Leaf (Don Carleon), Hard Times (Gibbo) and Kemar McGregor's vibsy Drop It (No Doubt).

Featuring: Jah Cure, Beres Hammond, Nina Sky, Gyptian, Tanya Stephens, Tarrus Riley, Mikey Spice, Ginjah, Richie Spice, Alaine, Pressure, Bascom X, Etana, Natural Black, Spanner Banner, Gentleman, Della Manley, TOK, Sean Paul, Marcia Griffiths, Duane Stephenson and Roger Robin.

Continuous mix. 79 minutes.

Chant Down Rome - 90s New Roots Mixtape
December 09, 2011 05:21 AM PST
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Chant Down Rome - New Roots Mixtape. More conscious selections 1994-99. Blazing fire over riddim like Death In The Arena, Burning Bush, Repatiation/Praise Ye Jah & Morgan Heritage's Buss Up Barriers. Praise Ye Jah was the tune that really blew me away when it hit London's pirate stations in '96, hot on the heels of the Heathen riddim. Sizzla's vocal delivery, together with the thundrous Xterminator b-side dub , signalled to me that the nu-roots revolution had come of age... fi real. Star Trail set Anthony B loose on the Burning Bush.

Featured here: Garnett Silk, Morgan Heritage, Capleton, Jah Cure, LMS, Buju Banton, Everton Blender, Cocoa Tea, Charlie Chaplin, Luciano, Bobby Dixon, Tony Rebel, Admiral Tibet, Spragga Benz, Bounty Killer, Jah Mali, Mikey Spice, Anthony B, Sizzla, Louie Culture, Iyashanti, Determine, Yami Bolo, The Firehouse Crew, Beres Hammond and Paul Elliott. Producers/labels include: Top Rank, Morgan Heritage Family, Star Trail, Xterminator, Phillip Smart, Digital B, Penthouse, X-Rated, Gemini & Lucky Love.

Continuous mix. Running time: 79 minutes.

World A Reggae Music Part 1 - Brotherhood
October 23, 2011 02:53 AM PDT
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World A Reggae Music. Vol. 1 - Brotherhood. As a diversion from the usual version excursions on more-or-less-strictly Jamaican riddim tracks, here's a collection of international reggae tunes from around the globe. Reggae came of age as the leading underground music in many countries over the past decade or so. The odd crossover hit aside, after Bob's passing the music had been an essentially Jamaican and Jamaican emigrant 'ting but the growth of reggae scenes in the US, Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America has given birth to a genuine worldwide movement. Unity, justice, consciousness and blessed love...

Featuring: Gondwana, Groundation, Bambu Station, Ikahba, Alpha Blondy, Sierra Leone's Refugee All-stars, Senzo, Nasio Fontaine, Alborosie, Martin Jondo, Black Dillinger, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Ed Carabao, Toots Hibbert, Willie Nelson, Clinton Fearon, Rebellion The Recaller, Iriepathie, Al Capone JJ, Ziggi, House Of Riddim, Gentleman, The Wailing Souls, Nucleus Roots and Midnite. Upful reasonings from Ras Bongo Roach.

World A Reggae Music Part 2 - Jah Works
October 19, 2011 12:04 PM PDT
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World a Reggae Music Part 2.More positive roots selections from around the world. One mission; peace and unity....

Featuring: Midnite, P.I. Ray, Babyface, Uwe Banton, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Matisyahu, The Mighty Diamonds, Earl Chinna Smith, Groundation, Bangkok Massive Sound System, Lucky Dube, Gondwana, Steel Pulse, Martin Jondo, Clinton Fearon, Toots Hibbert, Willie Nelson, Kai Jo Band, Rastafari, Ben Harper, Otentikk Street Brothers, Ras Attitude, Matic Horns and Gussie P.

World A Reggae Music Part 3 - Revolution Pacifique
October 17, 2011 09:09 AM PDT
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World A Reggae Music Part 3 - La Revolution Pacifique. Outer-national roots reggae selections from near and far. The 12'' Colourbox version of Pablo & Jacob Miller's Baby I love You So/King Tubby Meets The Rockers Uptown is a killer! Groundation are at their best on Fourth Dimension, while the new look UB40 come with a rally against war, a welcome return to their roots. A luta Continua...

Featuring: Ziggy Marley, Joshua Alo, Groundation, Apple Gabriel, Burning Spear, Nasio Fontaine, Abijah, Third World, Lucky Dube, Dreadzone, Woody Guthrie, Alpha Blondy & The Solar System, Colourbox, Tony Rankin, Massagana, Lee Perry, UB40, The Melody Makers, Bambu Station, Harley & The Rasta Family, Midnite, Niyorah, Ky Erie and T Bone. Brother Sams sing bout humility...

World A Reggae Music Part 4 - Peace & Unity
October 17, 2011 07:58 AM PDT
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World A Reggae Music - Peace & Unity. More positive vibrations from north, south, east and west... Good livity on S.O.J.A.'s Open My Eyes and exemplary dub-fusion from Dennis Bovell on Train to Seven Sisters. Job-2-Do keep up the vibes with the MASSIVE Thai reggae hit Do..Do..Do.. Do Ter Tham (ดู ดู ดูเธอทำ). The 4th and final part of the international roots reggae series.

Featuring: Lloyd Brown, Soldiers of Jah Army (S.O.J.A.), Abja, Niyorah, Clinton Fearon, Alpha Blondy, The Wailers Band, Groundation, Apple Gabriel, Solo Jah Gunt, Bamjimba, Dennis Bovell, Ossie Dellimore, Gondwana, Ben Harper, The Mystic Revealers, Job-2-Do (จ๊อบ บรรจบ), Stephen Marley, Junior Gong, Inner Circle, Nasio Fontaine, Tiken Jah Fakoly, The Rhythmites, Ga-Pi (กะปี), Martin Jondo, Harley & the Rasta Family and Natural Black.
Continuous mix. 79 minutes.