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Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Jah-bruary 8, 2020 – From One Bob to Another!

Happy 75th birthday Robert Nesta Marley

Greetings,

Livicated, never dedicated to the life and legacy of Bob Marley. Born Feb. 6, 1945; 2020 would have been 75 years

<Livicated nah “dead” icated”; 61 sec.>

Let’s hear some Bob stories from Smile Jamaica’s 20+ years of Marley celebrations.

<Smile Jamaica’s Bob Marley 75 Tribute Show; 62 sec.>

First, watch this amazing clip of Redemption Song put together by the Marley Family

Bob and crew had really crossed over with Uprising. College kids and whites in America always loved Reggae, but blacks in America were rather cool to the music. It’s militancy and Old Testament songbook was out of step with 70’s secular disco and soul stylings.

But a disco mix of Comin’ in From the Cold was starting to be played at the end of the 70’s disco supremacy and even black radio was playing the album in limited rotation.

The year 1980 was gonna be the year the Wailers punched through. Blacks and whites at their North American concerts bringing the masses together in love and unity which would have probably lead to Ronald Reagan’s defeat in November that year and who knows what life would have been like had that scenario come to pass

He would have been on the pantheon of 80’s music titans like Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson, Madonna and Prince. Of that, I am certain.

Alas, it wasn’t to be. Bob collapsed jogging in Central Park….livicated nah dead-icate and come May, 1981 dozens of Bob’s contemporaries crashed the studios to pay homage.

<Bob Marley tribute songs; 27 sec.>

After Bob Marley was nearly assassinated by the CIA (According to Alex Jones and yours truly) at the….wait for it…..Smile Jamaica Concert, Dec. ’76. Bob made his “Exodus” to England.

While recording that landmark album, he was exposed to the punk rock movement happening. Rastas were outcasts in Jamaica. So were the punks in England.

<Bob loved punk rock; 36 sec.>

New wave, new rave
New wave, new wave, new rave
Let me tell you, we’re going to a party
And I hope you are hardy
So please don’t be naughty
For it’s a punky reggae party
New wave, new rave
New wave, new rave
Tell you what, take a joyful sound
To make the world go ’round
Come with your heart and soul
Come-a, come-a and rock your boat
‘Cause it’s a punky reggae party
And it’s tonight
It’s a punky reggae party
And it’s alright
Oh-oh-oh?
Rejected by society (do re mi fa)
Treated with impunity (so la te do)
Protected by their dignity (do re mi fa)
I face reality (so la te do)
New wave, new rave
New wave, new wave, new rave
Wailers be there
The Dammed, The Jam, The Clash
Maytals will be there
Doctor Feelgood too, ooh
No boring old farts, no boring old farts,…
Yet, Judy Mowatt, one of the songbirds in the I-Three, Bob’s female backing trio, thought Bob was more like the Biblical Prophet, Joseph. Leading his people out of bondage, not in Egypt, but Babylon. Heading to Zion in Africa.
<Bob Marley = Joseph; 34 sec.>
Last story was about the prodigious father Bob was. Eleven kids (two adopted from Rita) by seven different women. I give the scorecard:
<Bob’s brood; 46 sec.>
And let’s end with this couplet from Punky Reggae Party. Pure brilliance!
Rejected by society 
Treated with impunity 
Protected by their dignity 
I face reality
If mankind gets 500 more years, they will still mention the 3 B’s. Not Beethoven, Bach and Brahms. It will be Bob Dylan, The Beatles and Bob Marley!
Selah!
bless, Bobbylon

Set 1:

  • Cedella Marley Booker – He’s a Rastaman; Awake Zion (Rykodisc) ’84: Bob’s Mom: 3 hours of Bob Marley 75th Birthday Celebration
  • Chalawa – Natural Mystic Dub; Exodus Dub (Weston’s) ’78 Canadian dub of Bob Marley
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Smile Jamaica; Kaya (Deluxe) ’77 Lee “Scratch” Perry show theme!
  • Macka B – Bob; Hold Onto Your Culture (Ariwa) ’96
  • Culture – Double Tribute to the O.M.; Lion Rock (Heartbeat) ’82 – Order of Merit (Jamaica’s highest civilian honor)
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Easy Skanking; Boston ’78 (Tuff Gong) 6/8/78 live at the Boston Music Hall: 4:20 Cannabis Service Announcement
  • Jah Thomas – Tribute to the Reggae King; 12″ (Midnight Rock) ’81 JA

  • Set 2:
  • Alpha Blondy – Mystic Night Move; Masada (World Enterprise) ’92 Ivory Coast
  • Ijahman Levi – Bob and Friends Over There; Inside Out (Jahmani) ’89
  • Brigadier Jerry – Tribute to Marley; On the Road (RAS) ’90
  • Sue Chaloner – Missin’ Mr. Marley; 12″ (CNR) ’84 Neth.

Set 3: Best of 30+ Years of Bob Marley Tributes

  • Mikey Dread – In Memory (Jacob, Marcus, Marley); S.W.A.L.K. (Heartbeat) ’82 Best of Smile Jamaica 30+ Years Set
  • Sister Carol – Dedicated to Bob Marley; Black Cinderella (Jah Life/Heartbeat) ’84
  • Bunny Wailer – Stay With the Reggae; Marketplace (Shanachie) ’85
  • Prince Far I – Tribute to Bob Marley; Voice of Thunder (Trojan) ’83
  • Barrett Brothers – Bradsta Dub; Macka Dub (Clocktower) ’80 Familyman & Carly of the Wailers. Dub album of  the hour

Set 4: 7″ Jamaican Jukebox Bob Marley Tributes

  • The I Three – He’s  a Legend; 7″ (Tuff Gong) ’86 7″ 
  • Prince Ital Joe – I Miss Mr. Marley; 7″ (Royal Safari Music)
  • Errol Scorcher – Sounds of Hon. Marley; 7″ (Dance Hall) ’82
  • Toots & the Maytals – Marley’s Gone (His Songs Live On); 7″ (Louv) 8/4/82 live at Reggae Sunsplash

Set 5: Vinyl Tributes to Bob Marley

  • Bankie Banx – Remember Bob; Soothe Your Soul (Redemption) ’82 Antigua
  • Papa Finnigan & Junior Ranking – Tribute to Bob Marley; Two the Hard Way (Heartbeat) ’83 Cambridge, MA
  • Shaka Man – If It Wasn’t For the Rastaman (Tribute to Bob); 2030 A.D. (Majicaa) 80’s Los Angeles
  • Carlton Livingston – Tribute to Bobby; Soweto (El Bebo International) ’81 DC

Set 6:

  • Judy Mowatt – Joseph; Black Woman (Shanachie) ’76 – Bob as biblical prophet
  • Ky-Mani Marley; Dear Dad; CD Single (Gee Street) ’98 Bob’s son
  • Abyssinians – Jah Marley; Last Days (Tabou1) ’99
  • Stevie Wonder – Master Blaster (Jammin’); Hotter Than July + dub 7″ (Tamla) ’81
Stevie Wonder in dub!

Set 7:

  • Randeesh – Bob Marley is a River of Love; Courage (Mountain Lion) 2004 Canada
  • Isaac Haile Selassie – Dear Bob; CD Single (Resin Music) ’99
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Punky Reggae Party; CD Single (Tuff Gong) ’77 Lee “Scratch” Perry mix

Set 8:

  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Iron, Lion, Zion; CD Single (Tuff Gong) ’92
  • Everton Blender – Bob; Piece of the Blender (Heartbeat) ’96
  • Alpha & Omega – Freedom Fighters; Sound System Anthology (ROIR) ’95
  • Winston Groovy – Nightshift; 12″ (Sound City) ’85 Commodores cover

Words of Wisdom:

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Tributes to Robert Nesta Marley!

Greetings,

Technical difficulties. Alas, the digital recorder at KRCL puked on me and I lost last week’s annual 3 hour Smile Jamaica’s Tribute to Bob Marley on his birthday: Feb.  6, 1945.

So I hunkered down in my Secret Dubratory and blended all my CD tribute songs. Peppered in with my DMCA allotted Bob Marley selections – 4 choices.

Lost all the vinyl an no Reggae History Lessons, but almost got to my normal 3 hours. Enjoy!

bless, Bobbylon

0-30 min.

  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Smile Jamaica (Lee “Scratch” Perry mix); Kaya (Deluxe Edition) (Tuff Gong) ’77 – Happy Birthday Bob Marley: 2/6/45
  • Cedella Marley Booker – He’s a Rastaman; Awake Zion (Rykodisc) ’84 Bob’s Mom
  • Culture – Double Tribute to the O.M.; Lion Rock (Heartbeat) ’82
  • Ky-Mani Marley – Dear Dad; CD Single (Gee Street) ’99; child 10 of 11 (Anita Belnavis)
  • Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers ‘ Lyin’ in Bed; Best of (EMI America) ’88
  • Toots & the Maytals – Marley’s Gone (His Songs Live On); Live at Reggae Sunsplash (Genes) 8/4/82 Montego Bay, Jamaica

30-60 min.

  • Bunny Wailer – Stay With the Reggae; Marketplace (Shanachie) ’85
  • Alpha Blondy – Mystic Night Move; Masada (World Enterprise) ’92
  • Macka B –  Bob + Wailers Dub; Hold On to Your Culture (Ariwa) ’95
  • Stevie Wonder – Master Blaster (Jammin’); Hotter Than July (Tamla/Motown) ’81
  • Chalice – Master Blaster (Jammin’); Best of Reggae (Sonoma) 2001
  • Mikey Dread – In Memory (Jacob, Marcus, Marley); S.W.A.L.K. (Heartbeat) ’82
  • Cedella Marley Booker – Redemption Song; Awake Zion (Rykodisc) ’84

60-90 min.

  • Culture – Psalm of Bob Marley + Dub; Good Things (RAS) ’89
  • Judy Mowatt – Joseph; Black Woman (Shanachie) ’76
  • Abyssinians – Jah Marley; Last Days (Tabou1) ’97
  • Ijahman Levi – Bob & Friends Over There; Inside Out (Jahmani) ’89
  • Lui Lepki –  Tribute to Bob Marley; Latenight Movie (Joe Gibbs) ’81
  • Randeesh – Bob Marley is a River of Love; Courage

90 min. – 2 hr.

  • Alpha & Omega – Freedom Fighters; Sound System Dub (ROIR) ’95 UK trance dub
  • Prince Far I & the Suns of Arqa – 83 Struggle; Musical Revue (ROIR) 12/7/82 live in Manchester, England
  • Brigadier Jerry – Tribute to Bob Marley; On the Road (RAS) ’91
  • Everton Blender – Bob Marley; Piece of the Blender (Heartbeat) ’96
  • Anthony B – Marley Memories; Universal Struggle (VP) ’97
  • Joel Zoss – Bob Marley International; Back to the Island (Rounder) 2001

2 – 2 and 1/2 hr.

  • Isaac Haile Selassie; Dear Bob (Tribute to Bob Marley); CD Single (Resin Music) ’99
  • Big Youth – Hit the Road Jack (Tribute to Bob, Peter, Bunny); Jamming in the House of Dread (Danceteria) 8/30/90 Reggae Japan Splash, Osaka Japan
  • Bob Marley/Bill Laswell – Rebel Music (3 0’Clock Roadblock); Dreams of Freedom (Axiom) ’97 Ambient translation
  • Cedella Marley Booker – Mother Don’t Cry; Awake Zion (Rykodisc) ’84
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Smile Jamaica (JA mix); Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (Tuff Gong) ’76 benefit single

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives Jah-bruary 4, 2017 (Stream + Tracklist): Bobstock – Happy Birthday Bob Marley!

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Feb. 6, 1945

<Woodstock? Nah, Bobstock/Bob-stalk; 12 sec.>

Greetings,

It was Spring of 1984 in Bozeman, Montana. After a brutal winter, students at Montana State University thaw out thanks to warm air from Chinook wins.

The local record store, Cactus, was two blocks from my apartment. I walked in and right on the front display was the gatefold vinyl of Bob Marley’s Legend.

I picked it up sight unseen.

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I took it to the counter and paid for it immediately. I wish I could say that was the catalyst moment that led to being a Reggae Deejay — I love all kinds of music in the mid 80s: The Clash, Neil Young and 60’s Rolling Stones especially.

It took 2 years for me to have the Hallelu-JAH moment with Black Uhuru’s Anthem….

So we celebrate Bob Marley’s Birthday with Tributes. I wanted to do Bob Marley A (Ambush) to Z (Zion Train. But the Digital Millennium Copyright Act won’t let me…

<How the Digital Millennium Copy-WRONG Act screws over Bob Marley; 22 sec.>

Bobstock on Smile Jamaica!

Enjoy the Marley family and Bob’s bredrins and sistrens in celebrating his legacy as the King of Reggae!

bless, robt

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Giorgio loves Bob Marley

Smile Jamaica’s Tribute to Robert Nesta Marley: Jah-bruary 4, 2017; 39 sec.

Set 1:

  • Jah Thomas – Happy Birthday to You; 12” (Midnight Rock) ’81 – 3 Hour Bob Marley Birthday Tribute
  • Bunny Wailer – Stay With the Reggae; Marketplace (Shanachie) ‘85
  • Culture – Double Tribute to the O.M.; Lion Rock (Heartbeat) ’82 – Order of Merit – Jamaican civilian honor; 14 sec.
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – African Herbsman; African Herbsman (Trojan) ’73 4:20 Cannabis Service Announcement
  • Winston Groovy – Nightshift; 12” (Sound City) ’85 – Commodores cover

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Set 2:

  • Cedella Marley Booker – Mother Don’t Cry (Rykodisc) ’84 Bob’s mom

<Bob at the end with his family at his bedside; 30 sec.>

  • Brigadier Jerry – Tribute to Bob Marley; On the Road (RAS) ‘90
  • Alpha Blondy & the Solar System – Mystic Night Move; Masada (World Pacific) ’92 Ivory Coast artist
  • Bankie Banx – Remember Bob; Remember Bob (Redemption) ’82 Anguilla vinyl
  • Chalawa – Exodus; Exodus Dub (Micron) ’77 Can. Vinyl: dub to Bob album

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Set 3:

  • Ky-mani Marley; Dear Dad; CD Single (Gee Street) ’92; child 10 of 11 (or maybe 13?)
  • Lui Lepki – Tribute to Bob Marley; Late Night Movie (Joe Gibbs) ‘81
  • Mikey Dread – In Memory (Jacob, Marcus, Marley); S.W.A.L.K (Heartbeat) ‘82: Jacob Miller, Marcus Garvey & Bob

<Jamaican heroes cut down in their prime; 17 sec.>

  • Sue Chaloner – Missin’ Mr. Marley; 12” (CNR) ‘84
  • Delixxx – Comin’ in From the Cold Dub; Uprising in Dub (Micron) ’80 Can.: Dub Album of the Hour

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Set 4:

  • Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers – Lyin’ in Bed; Time Has Come: Best of (EMI America) ’88 kids miss their Dad. So do we

<Bob’s Kids: 11 from 7 mom’s; 29 sec.>

  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Iron Lion Zion 12” Remix; CD Single (Tuff Gong) ‘92

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Set 5: Vinyl is Vital

  • Prince Far I – Tribute to Bob Marley; Voice of Thunder (Trojan) ’81 UK
  • Toots & the Maytals – Marley’s Gone (His Songs Live On); Live at Reggae Sunsplash ’82 (Genes)  Live @ Montego Bay, JA
  • Horace Andy – Bob Lives On; Exclusively (Solid Groove) ’82 UK (1) vox
  • Ringo – Great Superstar; 12” (Top Ranking) ’82 (2) deejay

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Set 6:

  • Judy Mowatt – Joseph; Black Woman (Shanachie) ’76 Biblical prophet

<Out of Egypt, Joseph the Biblical Prophet>

  • Abyssinians – Jah Marley; Last Days (Tabou1) ‘97
  • Session feat. Azeem – Tribute to Bob Marley; Tribute to Marley (M. Al’s) ’81 Oakland

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Set 7:

  • Stevie Wonder – Master Blaster Jammin’; Hotter Than July (Tamla) ’80: riddim shower (1): original
  • Roots Uprising & Trinity – Master Blaster Jammin’; 12” (Top Ranking)

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Set 8:

  • Alpha & Omega – Freedom Fighters; Sound System Dub (ROIR) UK trance dub w/ female vox
  • Everton Blender – Bob Marley; Piece of the Blender (Heartbeat) ‘96
  • Ranking Joe – Tribute to Bob Marley; Rebel D.J. (Jamrock) ’82 Miami vinyl
  • Randeesh – Bob Marley is a River of Love; Courage (Mountain Lion) 2004
  • Isaac Haile Selassie – Dear Bob (Tribute to Bob Marley); CD Single (Resin Music) ‘99
  • Cedella Marley Booker – Redemption Song; Awake Zion (Rykodisc) ‘84
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Redemption Song (band mix); CD Single (Tuff Gong) ‘80

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Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Jah-nuary 31, 2015 (Stream + Tracklist): Vinyl Extravaganza!

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Hence the phrase “cratedigging”

<The Power of Vinyl!; 18 sec.>

Greetings,

Looking back on 28 plus years of seeking and collecting Reggae and Dub has led to 25 plus years of playing that harvest every Saturday afternoon on Smile Jamaica!

Especially now that Vinyl has made a roaring comeback from its decline* during the late 80’s and 90’s. I never gave up on it for one minute. And now that the Digital Music era is in ascendance, Vinyl as “artifact” has never been more important. And that is why I ‘n’ I don’t play Digital. Drop the needle pon de Record!

*Vinyl is the only music source growing in sales. CD’s are in a coma. Even Digital is flat because of the Great Recession.

<Paying Tribute to Vinyl: 25+ years worth on Smile Jamaica. Class of ’89; 12 sec.>

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Operator! What’s the number for 9-1-1? I need more vinyl for my sock hop!

<Celebrating 25 Years with 3 hours of All Vinyl!; 44 sec.>

HIgh-Lights to listen for:

  • Seven Leaf – 4 down, 46 to go!

<4 down, 46 to go!>

  • Bob-ruary Tribute: Jah-bruary or Urb-ruary is Bob Marley month on Smile Jamaica
  • Roots Dawtas: singer, harmony, deejay dub poetess
  • Disco Mix: Dubstep, Mutant Dub, 10″, 12″, picture sleeves, red Vinyl, herbtune
  • 7″ Jamaican Jukebox
  • Mutant Dub: Tosh rmx herbtune, Hindi-dubbers, African crossover,
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Enjoy a Vinyl-icious 3 hours of Roots ‘n’ Dubwize!

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Jah-nuary 31, 2015 – Annotated Playlist (photos, captions, soundbytes, Reggae History Lessons)

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Set 1: 4:20 Cannabis Service Set

<Seven Leaf Vinyl relief; 20 sec.>

  • The Gladiators – Mine For All Time; The Gladiators (Virgin Front Line) ’80 UK: 3 Hours of Vinyl

<Reggae Ragtime tune: clarinets and ukelele; 14 sec.>

  • Massada – Blessed Warrior; Dub Budz vol. 1 (Phoenix Upliftment) 2006 Various Artists; Dub Album of the Week: Mutant Dub
  • Chalawa – Jah Collie Weed; Capture Land (Green Weenie) ’79 Jah-tario, Canada; 4:20 Cannabis Service Set

<Reggae History Lesson: Toronto: home of expatriate Jamaican Reggae scene; 18 sec.>

  • Brown, Eagle & Spear – Draw the Challace; Brown, Eagle & Spear (New Name) ’88 JA
  • Capital Letters – Smoking My Ganja; Headline News (Greensleeves) ’79 UK youth roots group
  • Aldubb feat. Al Capone JJ – Free Sensimilla Now; 10” (One Drop) 2009 Jah-many
  • Johnny Clarke – Legalise It; Authorized Rockers (Virgin Front Line) ’76 Tosh cover
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From Jah-tario, Canada. Green Weenie label. A+ record from the Smile Jamaica Ark=-Ives

 Set 2:

  • Flick Wilson – Slave Master; School Days (Jah Life) ’80 NYC
  • Leroy Smart – Love & Happiness; 10” EP (PK) UK; Al Green Cover
  • Inner Circle – Curfew; Rock the Boat (Trojan) ’74 UK Marley cover “Burnin’ & Lootin”
  • Judy Mowatt – Rasta Woman Chant; Mellow Mood (Ashandan) ’75 JA
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Early black wax gem from the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives

 Set 3:

<Jah-bruary is Bob-ruary on Smile Jamaica starting next week!; 23 sec.>

  • Bankie Banx – Remember Bob; Soothe Your Soul (Redemption)  ’82 Marley tribute; Anguilla artist

<Livicate, never deadicate; 10 sec.>

  • Norma King – Get Behind Me Satan; Dancehall Style (Zion Love) ‘89 Jah-tario, Canada
  • Toyan – Herb Transplant; Every Posse Want Me (Live & Learn) ’83 Washington DC; herb tune

<4 down, 46 to go!; 8sec.>

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b. Feb. 6, 1945; February? No! Bob-ruary!

 Set 4:

  • The Meditations – Tricked; Message From the Meditations (United Artists) ’78 Los Jah-ngeles, Collie-fornya
  • Gregory Isaacs – Just When I Needed a Friend; All I Have Is Love, Love, Love (Tad’s) ’86 UK
  • Jah Woosh – Lovers Conversation; Gun Fight at OK Karrol (sic) (Pioneer International) Jah-tario, Canada over Melodians “Sweet Sensation”
  • N*gger Kojak & Liza – Two Bad Duppy; Showcase LP (N*gger Kojak) ’80 JA extended Jah-loween

<Reggae History Lesson: Showcase LP’s; 18 sec.>

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One of the first dozen Vinyl additions to the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives. Randy’s Records. SLC. November ’86. Classic!

 Set 5: Roots Dawtas

  • Bam Bam – Stop the War + Stop the War Dub; Power of a Woman (Bam Bam International) ’87 Los Jah-ngeles, Collie-fornya; Roots Dawtas set
  • Sister Candy – Keep Bubbling; Showcase (Raiders) ’84 UK speed rapper
  • Breeze – Get Back; Woman Talk (Heartbeat) ’86 female dub poet set
  • Juvenile Delinquent feat. Sena – Children of the Ghetto; Juvenile Delinquent (Clappers)  ’81 Brooklyn; Familyman prod’n
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Powerful set devoted to female Caribbean dub poets

Set 6:

  • Wailing Souls – Ishen Tree; Baby Come Rock (Joe Gibbs) ’83 Miami FL
  • Squire Jon – 10” (Hi-Try) cockney toasting over Sligoville Collie riddim
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Crucial reissue label out of UK. Smile Jamaica approved

 Set 7: Jamaican Jukebox 7″ 45s

  • Rod Taylor – Jah Is Calling; 7” (Thompson Sound) 7” Jamaican Jukebox set
  • Silvertones – Come Forward; 7” (Studio One) soul update
  • The Groovers – Pi-a-Ring; 7” (Black Art); Lee “Scratch” Perry w/ Augustus Pablo
  • The Observers – Natty Dread Christmas ver. 2; 7” (Observer)
  • Glen Washington – Jah Love Holding Firm; 7” (Irie Ites)
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Dubwize of this 45 too good to wait til Jah-cember to spin!

Set 8: Mutant Dub

<Acoustic Levitation inna Irie Meditation!; 6 sec.>

  • Peter Tosh – Legalize It (Secret Circuit’s Echodelic Shockwave Mix + Dub); 10” (Picture sleeve, herb tune); mutant dub set
  • African Head Charge – Release the Doctor; Off the Beaten Track (ON U Sound) ’85 Adrian Sherwood prod’n
  • Dubble feat. Molara – Crown of Creation; 10” (Dub Tunnel) female vox
  • X-O-Dus – English Black Boys; 12” (Factory) ’79 Dennis Bovell prod’n
  • Motion Sensor – Dubtrain; 12” (SPF) red vinyl; Indian dubbers
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Mutant dub remix issued on behalf of Record Store Day