2017 is already off to a wacky start. President Donny Tiny Hands isn’t weird and wild enough, looks like the break down of the Deep State have emboldened Aliens to start revealing themselves to us.
The Chilean Navy captured a UFO with 10 minutes of compelling footage using infrared cameras.
Watch this and it becomes clear. It isn’t swamp gas, or light refraction or ball lightning, weather balloons.
Although the weaksauce debunkers are already claiming it was a plane. Trust your eyes.
<Extraterrestrials 1, Swamp Gas 0; 50 sec.>
As if UFO’s aren’t enough, we get President Trump today (Jan. 20). As a Progressive, I have offered my humble services to our new President in a way that one of my Reggae idols Prince Buster did to Jamaica in the 60’s.
I volunteer to be Trump’s Minister of Ganja & Space Exploration; 44 sec.
I can advise our President why they are here….
Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Jah-nuary 14, 2017
- Gussie P – Who’s Safe; 10” (Sip a Cup) 2003 UK: mutant dub beats over MLK’s I Have a Dream Speech; 23 sec.
- Dub Specialist – Luanda; African Rub a Dub (Studio One) ’80 JA vinyl: Dub Album of the Hour
- Blue Riddim – Love People; Club Paradise Soundtrack (Columbia) ‘86
- Taxi Gang – Twilight Zone; Many Moods of Sly, Robbie & the Taxi Gang (Sonic) ’86 TV soundtrack cover
- Dubtonic Kru – Drum & Bass; Dub Tonic (Dubtonic Kru) 2009
- Peter Broggs – International Farmer + Dub; Never Forget Jah (Nocturne) 4:20 Cannabis Service Announcement; ’82 Fr. best of
- 15 16 17 – Girls Imagination; Magic Touch (DEB) ’78 3 female siblings/cousins over Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
- Peter Tosh – Once Bitten, Twice Shy; Honorary Citizen (Columbia/Legacy) ’71 Jamaican single
- Rupie Dan & Jenifah Gad – Ghetto People Children; Reparation (Flag) 2000
- Capital Letters – Cheap School Meals; Bread & Water EP (Greensleeves) ’80 UK youth group
- Ta Teasha Love – Oh Jah Come; 10” (Impact!) ‘75 female
Set 3: Best of Smile Jamaica 27+ Years
- Cedric Myton & the Congos – Where He Leads Me; Face the Music (VP) ’81
- Burning Spear – Jah Is My Driver; Farover (Heartbeat) ‘83
- Little Roy – Don’t Cross the Nation; Lee Perry & Friends – Give Me Power (Trojan) ‘75
- Lovejoys – Stranger; Lovers Rock Showcase (Wackies) ’83 female duo
- Jah Shaka Meets Aswad – Addis Ababa; In Addis Ababa Studio (Jah Shaka) ’84 Dub Album of the Hour
- Bob Marley & The Wailers – Punky Reggae Party + dub; Exodus (Deluxe Edition) ’77 12” single (Tuff Gong)
<Punky Reggae Party: Punkers love Reggae; 30 sec.>
<Anthem of the Deplorables; 24 sec.>
Set 5: Vinyl is Vital
- Sly & Robbie – Space Invaders; Syncopation (Joe Gibbs) ’82 dub to Dennis Brown
- Jennifer Lara – Hand to Mouth; High Times All Star Explosion (Alligator) ’85 Chicago blues label best of
- Heptones – Sensimenia Collie; One Step Ahead (Sonic) JA
- Misty in Roots – Ireation; Musi-o-tunya (People Unite) ’85 UK
- The Vision – Dub Start; Dub Vision (Funfundvierzig) ’88 West Germ. Green vinyl dubwize
Cratedigger’s Lament: Phoenix: 24 sec.
Set 6: Jamaican Jukebox 7″ 45
- Prince Buster – Minister of Ganja’ 7” (blank)
<Prince Buster – Minister of Ganja; 4 min>
- Sons of Creation – Stop the Fuss and Fight; 7” (SOC Production) ‘75
- The Ability – Rasta Never Give Up; 7” (Sky High)
- Carlene Davis – Ism and Schism; 7” (Sonic)
<No socialism, capitalism, communism – isms lead to schisms>
Martin Campbell vs. Alien Dread – Rebel Salute; In a Cosmic Dub Clash (Log On) 2007: Dub Album of the Hour
- Zema feat. MLK Jr. – Free At Last Dub; Black Sheep (Melchizedek) I have a dream speech
- Barry Brown – Down in a Babylon; Far East (Hitbound) ‘81
- Mika & Omar Perry – Borderline DC-Cut; 10” (Asalah) 2006 Netherlands; female vox
- Black Uhuru – Bull in the Pen; Anthem (Island) ‘83
Set 8: UFO-ria
- Ancient Astronauts feat. Bajka – Surfing the Silvatide; We Are to Answer (ESL) 2011 female vox:
- Pink Floyd – Interstellar Overdrive; Relics (Harvest) ‘67
- Nina Hagen – UFO; Nina Hagen (Columbia) ’82 West German singer
- Langley School Project – Space Oddity; Starman (Mojo) British Columbia children’s chorus
- Spiritual Rez – Let’s Go Out With a Bang; Apocalypse Whenver (Spritual Rez) 2014
3 thoughts on “Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Jah-nuary 14, 2017 (Stream + Tracklist): I told you UFO’s exist!”
Robert, love your music, wanted to send you an extensive e-mail, following the legacy of my beloved husband Richard Thomas who passed away last May, he was an unbelievable admirer of your wonderful music and faithful contributor to keep you going….I always listened to your music with him, never payed attention to your political
views…..now I understand why he would get annoyed at times…..we were flower children, been there done that…loved it, but it was time to move on and grow up, I appreciate your views, have lots of friends with opposing views and I respect that, it is America and love it!, but would love to go to a place were I can go and totally enjoy your music and get away from the political mess…..anyway, would love to hear a response as I faithfully enjoy and still listen to your music for my pleasure and his
honor…….my e-mail is Maria_tennis@hotmail.com………thx! 🙂
I know you mentioned him shortly after on one of your shows, and I know
he was smiling and appreciated that……
Thank you for your message. I got lost in the shuffle after last Radiothon and I am glad you have reached out. I will send you an email if for someone reason you don’t get this.
I admired sparring with Richard on politics and was saddened to hear of his passing. I never know when a listener has moved on or out of the Valley when I don’t hear from them.
Thank you for letting me know that he listened until it was time for him to join Jah’s Heavenly Choir as we all will some day.
Hi Robert, I am so enjoying your music as I celebrate my Richard’s B’day…you are the best, everybody else is good, but I can tell when you are not on, something about your choices that make it soooo great for me….thx., I know my Richard is listening somewhere……