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Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: July 22, 2017 (Stream + Tracklist): Happy Birthday Haile Selassie I

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<Inna my house, there’s a picture on the wall – Rastafari sit upon his throne – Happy Birthday Negusa Negast!; 10 sec.>

Greetings,

Rastafari Reggae. Don’t say Rastafarian. That is an ism and schism. Without His Imperial Majesty, Reggae would be reduced to AM pop hits, lovers rock and island novelty kitsch.

Tributes to the Head Creator (Ras Tafari in Amharic, the language of Ethiopia). That is what attracted me to Reggae around 1986. It still is what moves me today, pumping Reggae Radio 29 years later.

These songs are platonic love songs to a man revered for his commitment to Christianity, (as head of the Ethiopian Church), Africa (fought against Euro-colonialism) and poor Jamaicans alienated from a white Jesus.

His epithets:

  • Jahovia
  • Ras Tafari
  • Power of the Trinity (Haile Selassie in Amharic)
  • Negusa Negast (King of Kings, Amharic) and the Lord of Lords
  • Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah; 6 sec.
  • Elect of God/Everliving God
  • Earth’s Rightful Ruler
  • Kibir la Amlak – Glory to Jah

The downtrodden in Jamaicas: the poor farmers and ghetto dwellers alike tended to be very religious. The only book they might have ever read was The Bible.

Jamaicans knew that Selassie was, like Jesus Christ, descended from the House of David. Black nationalist Marcus Garvey predicted, “Look to the East for a black man will be crowned. Thus signals the return of blacks from the New World back to Africa.

<to the Rastas: Jess-us not Jeezus; 24 sec.>

The Rastafari movement was born: 40 sec.

Jamaican leader Marcus Garvey foretold Selassie’s kingdom

Sing praises unto Jah

bless, robt

Smile Jamaica Annotated Playlist: July 22, 2017 – Selassie I Birthday Special; 64 sec.

Set 1:

  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Jah Live; 7” (Tuff Gong) ’75

<Jah Live – you can’t kill God; 24 sec.>

  • Chalawa – Natural Mystic Dub; Exodus Dub (Micron) ’77 Can. Vinyl – (Marley) Dub Album of the Hour
  • Naturalites – Picture On the Wall; Rub a Dubble vol. 1 (CSA) ‘88

<Picture on the Wall: From SLC to So Cal to world wide; 67 sec.>

  • Althea & Donna – If You Don’t Love Jah; Uptown Top Ranking (Virgin Front Line) ‘78
  • Black Uhuru – I Love King Selassie; Tear It Up: Live (Mango) ’82 London
  • Cornell Campbell – Jah Jah Man; 10” (Irie Ites) 2012 Fr.
the Lion of Judah shall break every chain. And give I ‘n’ I the victory again and again

Set 2:

  • Culture – Calling Rastafari – Two Sevens Clash (Shanachie) ‘77
  • Sister Carol –Conquering Lion + Mi Love the Father; Direct Hit (Catapult) 2001
  • Errol Dunkley – Created by the Father; Darling Ooh (Attack) ‘73
  • Judah Eskender Tafari – Rastafari Tell You; Rastafari Tell You (Gussie P) ‘95

Set 3:

  • Don Carlos – Just a Passing Glance + DJ version; Just a Passing Glance (RAS) ‘84
  • Peter Broggs – Rastafari Liveth; Rastafari Liveth! (RAS) ‘82
  • Silvertones – When Knotty Came; Clocktoer Classics (Clocktower/Abraham) 70’s
  • Jennifer Lara – Jah Will Lead Us Home (Kingston Connexion) ‘79
Many Rastas emulate this hand gesture on Reggae album covers

Set 4:

  • Rita Marley – Thank You Jah; Who Feels It Knows It (Shanachie) ‘80
  • Peter Tosh – Jah Say No; Mystic Man (EMI America) ’79
  • Ijahman Levi – Jah Is No Secret; Haile I Hymn (Mango) ’78 Steve Winwood on organ
  • Roots Radics – Death of Mr. Spock;  Scientist & Jammy Strike Back (Trojan) ‘82 Dub Album of the Hour

Set 5: Vinyl Is Vital

  • Prince Lincoln & the Royal Rasses – People Love Jah Music; Natural Wild (United Artists) ’80 UK Joe Jackson prod’n
  • Clint Eastwood – It Wasn’t Rasta; Love & Happiness (Burning Sounds) ’79 UK
  • Meditations – Rastaman Prayer; Message From the Meditations (United Artists) ’76 UK Lee Perry mix
  • African Princess – Jah Children Cry; Hits From the House of Shaka (Jah Shaka) ’85 UK

Set 6:

  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Selassie Is the Chapel; Rebel (JAD) ‘ 68 gospel cover of the Orioles – Crying in the Chapel
  • Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers – Get Up Jah Jah Children; Hey World! (EMI America) ‘86
  • Burning Spear – Jah Is My Driver;  Farover (Heartbeat) ‘83
  • Sinead O’Connor – Jah No Dead; Throw Down Your Arms (That’s Why There’s Chocolate & Vanilla) 2005 Burning Spear cover

<Jah no dead! 30 sec.>

Set 7:

  • Judy Mowatt – King of Kings; Only a Woman (Shanachie) ‘82
  • Aswad – In My Father’s House; Rebel Souls (Mango) ‘84
  • Aisha – The Creator; High Priestess (Ariwa) ‘88

Set 8: Mutant Dub

  • African Head Charge – Rasta Don’t Fear;  In Charge: Live in Japan (Beat) 2005 UK 
  • Alpha & Omega – Rasta Woman; King & Queen (Alpha & Omega) ’89 UK trance dub w/ female vox
  • Singers & Players – Dungeon/Merchant Ship/Jah Army Band; Revenge of the Underdog (ON U Sound) ’82 UK
  • Dan-I & King Kietu – Hail Rastafari; Rastafari Judgement Fire (Imperial Roots)  2009 Italian
  • Steve Harper – Jah Jah Never Fail I; Time Will Tell (BSI) 2001 Portland

 

Words of Wisdom:

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives (Stream + Tracklist): Jah-pril 29, 2017: Spring Has Sprung!

Greetings,

I love this time of year. Winter and bad air inversions — done. Taxes and Spring Radiothon – done and done. Days are longer, mornings aren’t as dark.

The only downside for I ‘n’ I is the six week Claritin-D fog I have to endure until things dry out.

Rise and shine, wake ‘n’ bake, run the roots!

bless, robt

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Jah-pril 29, 2017 Tracklist:

Set 1:

  • Emperors – Come Reason With I; Fret Not (Positive) NY vinyl
  • Sly Dunbar & Black Uhuru– Sun is Shining; Simple Sly Man (Virign) ’78 UK – Dub Album of the Hour (vinyl)
  • Wingless Angels – Rivers of Babylon; Volume I (Mindless) ’96 – Keith Richards, Justin Hinds & Nyahbinghi drummers; Melodians cover
  • Pato Banton – Gwarn;  Never Give In (Primitive Man) ‘88
  • Afro Omega – It’s On the People; CD Single (demo) SLC dubbers w/ female vox
  • Mike Brooks – Rum Drinker/ Rum Drinker (Teams) 4:20 Cannabis Service Announcement
  • Junior Dan – Sligoville Tobacco; 10” (Hi Try) ‘70s UK instrumental herb tune

<Sligoville, JA – Rasta sanctuary; 25 sec.>

Sligoville, Jamaica

Set 2:

  • Peter Tosh – No Mercy; Honorary Citizen (Columbia/Legacy) ‘72
  • Black Slate – Freedom Time (Black Star Liner); Amigo (Ensign) ’80 UK

<Marcus Garvey’s Black Star Liner; 30 sec.>

  • Eric “Rebel Lion” Bubbles – Love and Unity; Roots of Black People (Progressive International)
  • Angela Prince – Joker Lover; 10” (Channel One) ‘83
Marcus Garvey: New World Blacks back to Africa

Set 3:

  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Jammin’; Exodus (Tuff Gong) ’77 riddim shower (1): vox

<Bob’s Exodus from Jamaica; 15 sec.>

  • I Roy – Commandment VII (Jammin’); Ten Commandments (Virgin) ’80 UK yellow vinyl: picture sleeve; riddim shower (2): dj
  • Chalawa – Jammin’ Dub; Exodus Dub (Micron) ’77 riddim shower (3): dub
  • Bunny Wailer – Raggamuffin; Dance Massive (Shanachie) ’92 over Keep on Moving riddim

<Bunny Wailer – Roots does Dancehall; 25 sec.>

  • Israel Vibration – Why Worry Dub; Israel Dub (Greensleeves) ’78 dub album of the hour
Toasting over Bob’s Exodus riddims while quoting the Bible

Set 4:

  • Lightman – Spring Time; Spring Time (Semi Sounds) 2004 Finland melodica dub
  • Yabby You & Jah Walton – Zambia Dub; Dub It to the Top (Blood and Fire) ’79  
  • Don Carlos – Springheel Skanking; Reggae Dance Party (RAS) ’86 comp.
  • Molara – Crown of Creation; 10” (Dub Tunnel) 2012 UK female vox
Finlandian or Finlandish dubwise

Set 5: Vinyl is Vital

  • Mikey Dread – Roots and Culture (Theme From Rockers Roadshow); Pave the Way (Parts 1 & 2) (DEP) ’85 UK duble disk 
  • Coco Tea – Gather My Sheep; Sweet Sweet Coco Tea (Blue Mountain) ’85 NY
  • Kojak & Mother Liza – Chant Down Babylon; Chant Down Babylon (Gorgon)
  • Bobby Culture, Louie Rankin, Brimstone & Fire – Big Big Bust; Tidal Wave (Unicorn) ‘83
  • Senya & Familyman Barrett – Children of the Ghetto + Juvenile Delinquency; Juvenile Delinquent (Clappers)  femal vox ’81 Brooklyn
Familyman killer female vox and extended mix

Set 6: Best of Smile Jamaica 27+ Years

  • Aswad – Just a Little Herb; Rebel Souls (Mango) ’84 herbtune 
  • Dennis Brown – Rasta Children; Words of Wisdom (Shanachie) ‘79
  • Burning Spear – This Experience; People of the World (Blue Moon) ‘86
  • Alpha & Omega – Suffer the Little Children + Dub Unto Me; Daniel in the Lion’s Den (A & O) ’90 UK trance dub w/ female vox

Set 7:

  • Leroy Smart – Ballistic Affair: Joey & Norman Jay – Good Times 2 (Nuphonic) 2001 UK deejay best of soul and reggae
  • Junior Delgado – Hypo; Tichen (Rhino UK) ‘90
  • Sis Aiesha (sic) – King Selassie I; 10” (Sip a Cup) 2001 UK

Set 8: Mutant Dub

  • Gorillaz – Andromeda; Humanz (Virgin) 2017 – Mutant Dub Set
  • Creation Rebel/New Age Stppers – Chemical Specialist; Threat to Creation (Cherry Red/ON U Sound) ’81 dub to Jah Woosh Woodpecker Sound
  • African Head Charge – Touch I; Live in Japan (Beat) 2005 Tokyo
  • International Farmers – Bassy Man Dub; Dub Sac: Featuring the Storytellers (Anicca) 2007 US
  • Thievery Corporation feat. Notch – Strike the Root; Temple of I & I (ESL) 2017 DC
  • Najma – Ghoom Charakahna (Talvin Singh Future Sounds of India Mix); Mystic Groove (Quango) 2001 UK Paki female singer

Words of Wisdom:

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives (Stream + Track List): July 23, 1892: Happy 124th Year Birthday – Selassie I

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The Lion of Judah shall break every chain. And give I the victory again and again. Happy Birthday!

Greetings

<Happy Birthday, Lion of Judah; 30 sec.>

the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah. Elect of God. Everliving God. Earth’s Rightful Ruler. Light of the World. The Power of the Trinity…..Haile Selassie I – His Imperial Majesty, July 23, 1892

Early in my Smile Jamaica career (since 1988/89), I was getting crosseyed with a friend who slurred, “What’s the deal with all this I Love Jah? Are Rastas gay.”

I snapped out of my fog and could feel anger before I took Gregory Isaacs’ advice and cooled down the pace.

I calmly replied: “Jesus Loves me this I know, for the Bible tells me so.”

Happy Birthday to the well spring of the concept I have developed of: Reggae music is the power of Rastafari gospel.

Marcus Garvey said: Look to the east for a black king shall be crowned. And lo, in 1930 Tafari Makonnen Woldemikael become his Imperial Majesty: Haile Selassie I – the Power of the Trinity. 52 sec.

Smile Jamaica celebrates that legacy with 3 hours on his 124th anniversary of his birth. 1 min.

Livicate, never deadicate

bless, robt

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Very regal. And reminiscent of ……
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…My Sumerian ancestors the Anunnaki

Set 1:

  • Naturalites – Picture on the Wall; Rub-a-Dubble vol. 1 (CSA) ’85: Happy Birthday Haile Selassie: July 23, 1892
  • Joe Gibbs & the Professionals – Snipers; All Mighty Dub Chapter 4 (Joe Gibbs) ’79: Dub Album of the Hour
  • Culture – Calling Rastafari; Calling Rastafari (Nighthawk) ‘82
  • Grace Nelson – Jah Is Real; Ire Hi Fi: Play de Music 2007
  • Black Uhuru – I Love King Seasslie: Tear It Up (Mango) ’82 live
  • Errol Dunkley – Created by the Father; Darling Ooh (Attack) ‘72
  • Winston Jarrett – Selassie Is the Chapel; By the Rivers of Babylon (Shanachie) ‘95
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Michael, Puma and Duckie – The group that got me into Reggae

Set 2:

  • Tenor Saw – Who’s Gonna Help Me Praise (Jahovah); Fever (Blue Mountain) ‘85
  • Aisha – One God, One Aim, One Destiny; True Roots (Ariwa) ’94 Marcus Garvey’s slogan
  • Barrington Levy – Please Jah Jah; Prison Oval Rock (RAS) ‘84
  • Mr. Stone – Jah Jah Higher Than I; Sufferation (Auralux) ‘79

<One God, One Aim, One Destiny; 52 sec.>

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Set 3:

  • Judy Mowatt – King of Kings; Only a Woman (Shanachie) ’82 nyah ballad
  • Eric Rebel Lion Bubbles – Jah Bless I; Roots of Black People (Progressive International)
  • Aswad – Oh Jah; Not Satisfied (CBS) ’82 UK roots
  • Bim Sherman – Lamb of Judah; Bim Sherman Meets Horace Andy & U Black in a Rub-a-Dub Style (Original) ‘79
  • Version Dread – Why Version; 18 Dub Hits From Studio One (Studio One/Heartbeat) Dub Album of the Hour

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Set 4:

  • Rita Marley – Thank You Jah; Who Feels It Knows It (Shanachie) ‘81
  • The Wailing Souls – Jah Is Watching You; On the Rocks (Greensleeves) ‘83
  • Misty in Roots – How Long Jah; Live at the Countervision (Kaz) UK live ‘79
  • Michael Prophet – Praise You Jah Jah; Serious Reasoning (Mango) ‘80

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Set 5:

  • Jay Tees – A Prayer to Jah; Pirate’s Choice (Studio One) JA vinyl
  • Sylford Walker – Give Thanks and Praise to Jah; Lambsbread International (Blood and Fire) ‘79
  • Twin Roots – Jah Say Love; Heart of the Ark vol. 2 (Seven Leaf) UK vinyl
  • Toney Tuff (sic) – King of Kings; Presenting Mr. Tuff (Black Roots) ’81 JA vinyl
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A prayer to Jah – rare vinyl from the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives

Set 5:

  • Melodians – Jah Reggae; Irie Feeling (RAS) ‘83

<Top seller in the SLC record shop where I worked for a year; 25 sec.>

  • Spliffy Dan – Jah Bless; Rockers Showcase III (Rockers International) Philly vinyl
  • Prince Far I – Jah Footsteps; Ten Commandments (Rhino UK)
  • Peter & Lucky – Jah Bible; Cornerstone Presents Real Rock: 70’s & 80’s (Cornerstone) JA vinyl

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Set 7:

  • Burning Spear – Jah No Dead; 12 the Hard Way (Tribesman)  ‘80

<Jah No Dead; 46 sec.>

  • Daweh Congo – Jah Is My Shepherd; Human Rights & Justice (Roots & Culture) 2000
  • Sister Carol – Jah Is Mine; Black Cinderella (Heartbeat/Jah Life) ’84 over M. Jackson/P. McCartney
  • Ranking Dillinger – Jah Show Them the Way; None Stop Disco Style (Clocktower) dj over Linval Thompson 12 Tribes ‘76
  • Burning Babylon – Sproing Dub; Beat, Beat, Beat (I-Tones) 2008  Dub Album of the Hour

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Set 8: Mutant Dub

  • Sugar Minott & Rhythm & Sound – Let Jah Love Come; See Mi Yah (Burial Mix) 2005 Germ.
  • Dan-I & King Kietu – Hail Rastafari; Rastafari Judgment Time (Imperial Roots) 2009 Jah-taly
  • African Head Charge – My God; Songs of Praise (ON U Sound) ’90 Adrian Sherwood/African mashup
  • Alpha & Omega – Jah Protection; Overstanding (A & O) ’92 UK trance dub with female vox
  • Hughie Izachaar – Jah Love Sweeter; Rastafari Teachings (Reggae on Top) ’96 UK
  • Peter Broggs – Rastafari Liveth!; Rastafari Liveth (RAS)  ‘82
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Rastafari Liveth indeed. Thank you Jah!

Words of Wisdom:

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Bob-ruary 7, 2015 (Stream + Tracklist); Happy 70th Birthday Bob Marley

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Bob Marley 70th Birthday: Bob-ruary 6, 1945. Celebrate life

<Happy 70th Birthday – Robert Nesta Marley>

Greetings,

Let’s celebrate Bob-ruary off right with a Tribute to Bob Marley Showcase on Smile Jamaica – 3 hours!

  • Tributes to Bob Marley

<When Bob passed, dozens took to record Tributes; 12 sec.>

  • Bob Marley Cover songs
  • Rare Bob Marley 12″ picture sleeves out of the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives
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Legalize it in his Memory

<Tribute to Bob Marley: Bob-ruary, 7, 2015; 80 sec.>

Annotated Playlist for the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Feb. 7, 2015

Bob-stalk*/Bobstock; Happy Birthday Bob Marley: 70 Years; 9 sec.

*as in stalk of Sensimilla!

bless, robt

Set 1: 

  • Toots & the Maytals – Marley’s Gone (His Songs Live On); (Sunsplash) Live at Reggae Sunsplash; US Vinyl 8/4/82

<Toots Hibbert pays tribute to Bob Marley; 25 sec.>

  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Roots, Rock, Dub; In Dub (Tuff Gong); Dub Album of the Week. B side dubs to Marley 45s

<Bubblin’  Marley dubs for Bobstock 3 hours on Smile Jamaica; 20 sec.>

  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Punky Reggae Party; 12” (Tuff Gong) ’77: Lee “Scratch” Perry, Aswad, Meditations
  • Dillinger – Check Sister Jane; King Pharaoh (Blue Moon) ’84 UK vinyl; deejay update of “Waiting in Vain”
  • Brigadier Jerry – Tribute to Bob Marley; On the Road (RAS) ‘90
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1977 tribute to the Punk Rockers: The Jam, The Damned, The Clash. “No boring old farts will be there”

 <Punky Reggae Party and Smile Jamaica: No boring old farts!; 15 sec. – Rejected by society. Protected by my dignity>

Set 2: 

  • Ronnie Davis – Kaya; Jah Love (Music Club); 4:20 Cannabis Service Announcement

<Kaya: 4:20 Cannabis Service Announcement; 12 sec.>

  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Could You Be Loved; 12” (Island) ’80 remix

<Bob Marley embraces Disco to get into the US black music clubs; 52 sec.>

  • Mikey Dread – In Memory (Jacob, Marcus & Marley); S.W.A.L.K (Heartbeat) ’82 US vinyl; Jacob Miller & Marcus Garvey

<Holy Trinity of Jamaican Heroes: Jacob Miller, Marcus Garvey, Bob Marley; 24 sec.>

  • Stevie Wonder – Master Blaster (Jammin’); Hotter Than July (Motown) ‘81

<Motown pays Tribute to Trenchtown; 27 sec.>

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From the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives

 Set 3:

  • Roots Uprising – Master Blaster (Jammin’); Beautiful Music (Top Ranking) ’81 Miami vinyl; Stevie Wonder cover
  • Chalawa – Natural Mystic; Exodus Dub (Micron); ’77 Request
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Exodus; 12” (Island) ‘77
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From the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Exodus – Movement of Jah People

 Set 4:

  • Fun Boy Three – Farmyard Connection; Waiting (Chrysalis) ’83 UK vinyl; herbtune: 2 guys named Peter & Bob

<Farmers Peter and Bob  trying to earn a living; 18 sec.>

  • Taj Mahal – Slave Driver; Mo’ Roots (Columbia) ’74 blues singer
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Marley Mix Up (Exodus, Positive Vibration, Pimpers Paradise, Punky Reggae Party; 12” megamix
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From the Smile Jamaica Ark=-Ives

 Set 5: Roots Dawtas

<Bob’s Mom + I Threes; 24 sec.>

  • Cedella Marley Booker – He’s a Rastaman; Awake Zion (Rykodisc) ’84; Bob’s mom
  • Marcia Griffiths – I’m Hurtin’ Inside; Steppin’ (Shanachie) ‘79
  • Judy Mowatt – Mellow Mood; Mellow Mood (Ashandan) ’75 JA vinyl
  • Rita Marley – Thank You Jah; Rita Marley (Trident) ’80 UK vinyl
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Bob and his Mother, Cedella

 Set 6:

Culture – Double Tribute to the O.M.; Lion Rock (Heartbeat) ’83; Order of Merit – Jamaican award given to Bob

<Double Tribute to the Order of Merit: Jamaica’s Highest Civilian Award; 18 sec.>

The Gladiators – Duppy Conqueror; The Gladiators (Virgin Front Line) ’80 UK vinyl

Bob Marley & the Wailers – Three Little Birds; 12” (Island) ’85 Julian Mendelsohn rmx

<Promo mix to promote Legend in the dance clubs; 22 sec.>

<How Reggae purists didn’t like those promo dance mix 12″s; 17 sec.>

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From the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: promo dance mix for Legend

 Set 7:

  • Randeesh – Bob Marley is a River of Love; Courage (Mountain Lion) 2004
  • Pressure – Stir It Up; Pressure (Pool Production) ’82 Jah-stin, Texas vinyl
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Redemption Song; 12” (Tuff Gong) full band version; not acoustic

<Rare band mix of Redemption Song; 25 sec.>

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Redemption Song: acoustic to end Bob’s last LP “Uprising”. Band version on Black Wax 12″. Emancipate yourself from mental slavery

 Set 8:

  • Alpha & Omega – Freedom Fighters; Sound System Dub (ROIR) ’95 Best of UK trance dubbers
  • Lee “Scratch” Perry – Exodus; On the Wire (Trojan) 2000
  • Bunny Wailer – Stay With the Reggae; Marketplace (Shanachie) ‘85
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – War/ No more Trouble; 12” (Island) ’78 from live Babylon By Bus

<Bob Marley’s “War” derived from HIM Haile Selassie’s speech at the United Nations>

  • The I Threes – He’s a Legend; Beginning (EMI America) ’86 US vinyl
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From the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives. HIM: Until the philosophy which hold one race superior and another Inferior Is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned – Everywhere is war – Just Say No to Iraq 3.0

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