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Roots rockers, from JA to UK
December 14, 2008 12:22 PM PST

Mostly CDs in this selection from the late '70s. Your comments and suggestions are appreciated!

Industrial spy by Mikey Dread
Togawar game by Bunny Wailer
Jah created the world by Hortense Ellis
Enter Zion by Twinkle Borthers
Diverse Doctrine by Ras Ibuna
One cold vibe by Thirld World
Give thanks by Michael Prophet
Rasta pon top dub by Twinkle brothers
Shining dub by Aswad
Ku klux klan by Steel Pulse
Jah no partial by Cultural Roots
Soldiers by Steel Pulse

Prince Far I productions: Hit Run & Cry Tuff singles
December 12, 2008 12:44 PM PST

A folder found on the great Soulseek, plenty of 7 inches versions from the Prince Far I labels. Vinyl is scratchy but hey, who cares? Tracklist as follows:

Millionaire connection by The Arabs
Blessed are the peace makers by Cry Tuff and the Originals
Gimmie gimmie by Errol Holt
My devotion by Junior Brown
Internal dub by Prince Far I
Nothing never done before the time by Toyan
Fireman style (Reggae George version) by Roots radics band
Lovers' style (Hortense Ellis version) by Roots radics band
Special request to Prince Far I by U Black
Prince Far I land

Episode 3 - Hard bop and soul
December 10, 2008 01:16 PM PST

Old selection from Trip Jazz and Fantasy LP reissues, with some Savoy and a couple cool tunes with vibraphone and big drums. There's one Lullaby of the leaves by Dusko Goykovich, one MIlton Jackson, a few Sonny Rollins and a lot of Max Roach and Art Blakey, one Cannonball Adderley and an intro by Chet Baker that was on Jazz Juice compilation number two. Enjoy it!

Episode 3 - Dubbing '98
December 06, 2008 03:32 PM PST

Early seventies dub selection, lots of Lee Perry tunes from late eighties LP compilations, some Junior Byles and a mid seventies dub by Abyssinians, Peculiar Number.

Blue Note Footprints
November 30, 2008 05:40 AM PST

Soporific jazz selection from 68-69 albums. Intro tune on african piano is Traveling Man by Stanley Cowell (not the Strata East version). The 10 years old tracklist is lost, I only remember Fancy Free by Donald Byrd and Prisoner by Herbie Hancock.