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Smile Jamaica: Digital Dubplate 2017 (Stream + Tracklist): All Killa, Nah Filla!



The great thing about the Digital Media Age and Social Media, if I take a week off the radio, I can still mash up Roots for I ‘n’ I from the comfort of home.

Enjoy my favorites from the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives

Living room kinda cloudy!

bless, robt


Smile Jamaica Digital Dubplate – Roots Roulette:

0-30 min.

  • Thievery Corporation feat.  Lou Lou Ghelichkhani; Temple of I & I (ESL) brand new DC dubbers w/ female vox
  • Jolly Brothers – Oppression; Conscious Man (Seven Leaf) ’78 Lee Perry/Black Ark
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Exodus (Kindread Mix); Why Should I (CD Single) (Tuff Gong) ’92 rmx
  • Ijahman Levi – Zion Train; Haile I Hymn (Island) ’78 feat. Steve Winwood on keys
  • Sheryl Lee Ralph w/ Cedella & Sharon Marley – (I’m Hurting Inside); Mighty Quinn Soundtrack  (A & M) ’89 Bob cover
  • Aswad – Nuclear Soldier; To the Top (Simba) ’87 UK 
Brand new good for you: Thievery Corporation – Temple of I & I. All killer, no filler!

30-60 min.

  • Dennis Brown – Should I; Words of Wisdom (Shanachie) ‘79
  • Wailing Souls – Things and Time; Very Best of the Wailing Souls (Greensleeves) ‘77
  • Blood Sisters – Ring My Bell; Hustle! (Soul Jazz) ’79 Anita Ward disco cover
  • Don Carlos – Crucial Situation; Prophecy (Blue Moon) ‘84
  • The Gayladds & Baba Dread w/ Roots Radics – Little Candle + Candle Version; Understanding (Tamoki Wambesi) ‘80
Disco is not a 4 letter word on Smile Jamaica

60-90 min.

  • M.I.A. – Double Bubble Trouble; Matangi (XL) 2013 female dubstep
  • Gideon Jah Rubbaal – Judgeman (sic) Time; Free Us Now (ACL2000) ‘77
  • Keith Hudson – Rasta Communication; Rasta Communication (Greensleeves) ‘78
  • African Head Charge – Hymn; Songs of Praise (ON U Sound) ’91 mutant dub world sounds
  • Afro Omega – Love Emergency; Love Emergency (Afro Omega) 2008 SLC mutant dub w/ female vox
  • Gregory Isaacs – Sad to Know You’re Leaving; Night Nurse (Mango) ’82 lovers rock
  • Linton Kwesi Johnson – Fite Dem Back; Forces of Victory (Mango) ’79 UK dub poet
Sri Lankan Dubstep

90 min. – 2 hr.

  • Ini Kamoze – General; Mini LP (Mango) ’84
  • The Archives feat. Ichelle Cole – Boof Baff; The Archives (ESL) 2012; ½ of Thievery Corp w/ female vox
  • Mike Brooks – Feeling of Reggae; Rum Drinker (Teams)  ‘79
  • Matty G – Sesimilla; Bay Area Dubstep vol. 03 (Full Melt) 2011 mutant dub herbtune
  • Sheriff Lindo & the Hammer – Skydubbing; Ten Dubs that Shook the World (EM) ’88 Jah-stralia Dub
  • Destroy Babylon – Nuh Skin Up; The Shadow Army (MusicADD) 2008 Mutant dub cover of Keith Hudson; Waltham MA band
  • Sister Carol – Wild Thing; Something Wild Soundtrack (MCA) singjay to Troggs classic


2 hr – 2 and 1/2 hr

  • Winston McAnuff – Fear; Diary of the Silent Years (Makasound)
  • Spacemonkeyz vs. Gorillaz – Clint Eastwood (A Fistful of Peanuts); Laika Come Home (Virgin) 2002 remix set
  • Lily Allen – Nan You’re a Window Shopper; Alright, Still (Capitol) 2007 UK pop singer hates her grandma
  • Mighty Diamonds – Cat O’ Nine; Ice on Fire (Virgin Front Line)  ’77 Allen Toussaint prod’n
  • Bad Brains – To the Heavens; God of Love (Maverick) ’95 Punk Reggae
  • Jacob Miller & Fatman Riddim Section – Healing of the Naiton + Joshua “A” Loaf; Jacob Miller Meets the Fatman Riddim Section (Crocodisc) ’78 herbtune:  Rev. 22:2 – And the leaves of the tree are the healing of the nations (2 and ½ hr.)
8 down, 42 to go!

2 and 1/2 – 3 hr.

  • Hollie Cook – 99; Twice (Mr. Bongo) 2014 dawta of a Sex Pistol
  • Kid Loco – Here Comes the Munchies; Kill Your Darlings (Bellville) 2001 downtro herbtune
  • Misty in Roots – Wondering Wanderer; Chronicles (Kaz) ’81 Best of UK group
  • Samia Farah – Homesick Blues; Many Moods of Samia Farah (SAM) 2008 Fr.-Tunisian female singer
  • Lee “Scratch” Perry & George Faith – I Got the Groove; From the Secret Laboratory (Mango) ’90 update
  • The Pioneers – Na Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye); Give and Take (Trojan) Steam soul cover
  • Nora Dean – Barbwire; Monkey Business (Trojan) ‘69


Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Sept. 19, 2015 (Stream + Tracklist): Return of the Anunnaki: 2900 AD

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Giorgio Tsoukalos – The Bob Marley of Ancient Aliens

<Smile Jamaica and Acoustic Levitation; 11 sec.>

Ancient Alien theory suggests: it wasn’t Hebrew slaves who built the Pyramids, it was acoustic levitation using heavy bass riddims


My favorite television show is Ancient Aliens. Friday Nights on H2. I am fascinated with the concept of how what we know as Mesopotamian mythology predated the Bible and was really the story of Ancient Aliens. Not Skygods. Nor Greek Gods. It was the Anunnaki

The Anunnaki – ZZ Top got nothing on these guys

A dude named Zecharia Sitchin translated thousands of Sumerian cuneiform tables and discovered a hidden history of Ancient Aliens who came from the Twelfth Planet. A place called Nibiru.


The Anunnaki – those who came from the Sky – were space miners who needed gold for their atmosphere on Nibiru.

With an elliptical orbit, there are times when Nibiru approaches Earth which has massive gold holdings. The Anunnaki land space ships in places like Sinai, Sumer (modern day, southern Iraq), the Indus Valley and of course, Egypt. Then they went to the major gold fields in Southern and Western Africa.

Nibiru intersects with Earth: 2900 AD

<The 12th Planet: Nibiru – home world of the Anunnaki; 18 sec.>

From Book IV of Sitchin’s Earth Chronicles: The Lost Realms. About the “Bearded Ones”: The Anunnaki who also visited the New World where the Mayan and Incan civilizations had so much gold, it was worthless as currency.

The Anunnaki had come to Earth 432,000 years before the Deluge – a period equivalent to 120 orbits of Nibiru. Though to the Anunnaki one orbit equalled a single year which was equivalent to 3600 Earth Years. They came and went between Nibiru and Earth each time their planet came closer to the Sun (and Earth) as it passed between Jupiter and Mars. 

Nibiru suffered climate change and the Anunnaki needed Earth’s gold to turn into gold mist to make their air breathable

But these Anunnaki were lazy. So they created mankind to mine the gold to take back to Nibiru. Superior Anunnaki DNA spliced with Homo Erectus DNA. And what happened was these Anunnaki liked human women and there was plenty of bedjamming between the two groups.

“Come back to my ziggurat, baby. We’ll listen to Smile Jamaica, burn a little bush and rub a dub!”

Finally, the main Sumerian God Anu was fed up with humans. He commanded that the Anunnaki wipe them out with a massive flood.

One of the gods, Enki, took pity on mankind and decided to warn them about the Deluge meant to wipe out the annoying humans.

Was it Noah and his Ark? Pshaw. It was a Sumerian named Ziusudra in a submarine.

What makes more sensi to survive a massive flood? A wooden ark or a submarine? Of course, the latter

Do I believe any of this? Sure why not. Here are the 12 planets that the Sumerians wrote about around 2700 BC. Planet, in this case, celestial body

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Do not scoff!
  1. The Sun
  2. Mercury
  3. Venus
  4. Earth
  5. Luna (Earth’s moon)
  6. Mars
  7. Jupiter
  8. Saturn
  9. Uranus (discovery 1781 AD)
  10. Neptune (discovery 1846 AD)
  11. Pluto (discovered 1930 AD)
  12. Nibiru (The 12th Planet)

The Sumerians knew about these outer planets 4500 years before local astronmers knew about them. Makes sensi to me!

bless, robt


High-lights of the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Sept. 19, 2015; 34 sec.

Set 1: Harvest Time

<Time to clean out the bad weeds, separate them from the good for the day of harvest is here — Don Carlos; 10 sec.>

  • Wayne Jarrett – Every Tongue Shall Tell; Showcase (Wackies) ’82 Brooklyn, NY vinyl; Horace Andy cover
  • Sly & the Revolutionaries – Marijuana; Black Ash Dub (Trojan) ’80 Dub Album of the Hour
  • Don Carlos & Gold – Harvest Time; Raving Tonight (RAS) ’83: Harvest Time Set
  • Sugar Minott – Herbman Hustling; Big Blunts vol. 1 (Tommy Boy) ’84; Seven Leaf collection
  • Black Survivors – Herb Pon Top; Nations of the World (Sword Lion) ’95 Revelation 22:2: the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nation

<Revelation 22:2; 12 sec.>

  • Dr. Israel & the Brooklyn Sound System – Sensi Man (the Ghetto Theatre Proudly Presents the Further Adventures of); Black Rose Liberation (Baraka Foundation) 2003 Brooklyn jungle herbtune
  • John Holt – Police in Helicopter; 12” (Holt) ’82 herbtune

<You burn down our collie fields, we burn down your cane fields — John Holt; 33 sec.>

Read your Bible. Listen to Reggae.

Set 2: 

  • The Wailers – Baby We’ve Got a Date; Catch a Fire (Tuff Gong) ’73: JA vs. US/UK overdubs

<Catch a Fire: JA original mashup Island overdubs; 57 sec.>

<Differences in JA vs. US/UK: Baby, We’ve Got a Date; 1 min. 22 sec.>

  • Lijadu Sisters – Bobby; Danger (Knitting Factory) ’75 Nigerian twins do Reggae

<Twin Nigerian Sisters; 35 sec.>

  • The Congos – Some Are Having Fun; 10” (Ariwa) 2002 UK; Cedric Myton/Mad Professor
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Lijadu Sisters from Nigeria

Set 3: Best of 26 Years Smile Jamaica. Milestone….pun intended!; 10 sec.

  • Burning Spear – Ethiopians Live It Out; Presenting (Studio One) ‘72
  • Joe Higgs – Life of Contradicditon; Life of Contradiction (Micron/Pressure Sounds) ‘75
  • Althea & Donna – They Wanna Just; Uptown Top Ranking (Virgin Front Line) ‘78
  • The Revealers & the Crucial All Stars – Jail House Free + Rikers Island Dub; Jack Ruby Hi Fi (Clappers) ’81 Brooklyn, NY
  • Mad Professor – Ultimate Experience; It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Professor (Ariwa) ’94 Dub Album of the Hour
Early addition to the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives, Oct. 1988

Set 4:

  • Peter Tosh – Bush Doctor; Live at the Jamaica World Music Festival (Peter Tosh Foundation) 11/27/82 Montego Bay, JA
  • Bunny Wailer – Gumption; Gumption (Shanachie) ‘90
  • Super Chick – Me a Champion; 10” (Hitbound) ‘83
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Brilliant cover art

Set 5: Vinyl Is Vital

  • Louise Bennett – Day O; Jamaican Folk Songs (Smithsonian Folkways) ’57 10”; 8 sec.
  • Ken Boothe – Good Woman; Reggae For Lovers (Generation) ’79 Missisauga, Ont.
  • Wailing Souls – Walk the Chalk Line; Knotty Vision (Nighthawk) ’83 St. Louis, Missouri
  • Mighty Diamonds – No Crying, No Bawling; Indestructible (Alligator) ’82 Chicago
  • Horace Andy – New Broom; Sounds of Jamaica Top Ten (Studio One) JA

<Smile Jamaica’s motto: New broom sweeps clean, but old broom knows the corners; 10 sec. >

Day O: brown recluse spiders hiding in the banana bunches. Day de light and me waan go home

Set 6:

  • Tena Stelin – Flying Saucers; 7” (River Bank) 2001: Song about the Anunnaki – Ancient Aliens

<Ancient Aliens in the Bible and Sumerians via the Anunnaki; 68 sec.>

<Return of the Anunnaki; 55 sec.>

<UFOria on Smile Jamaica; 24 sec.>


  • Mad Professor & Puls Der Zeit – Sex and Crime Dub; Meet at Checkpoint Charlie (ROIR) ’89 West German dub w/ female vox
  • Cornell Campbell – Magic Spell; Hot Bomb! (Westside)
  • Barry Brown – My Woman; 10” (Hitbound) ‘80

<Channel One and Hitbound: The HooKim Brothers; 15 sec.>

My ancestors: The Anunnaki. Ancient Aliens, not Skygods

Set 7:

  • Samia Farah – Du Signe du Lion (The Sign of the Lion); Many Moods of (SAM) 2008 Fr. Tunisian female
  • Smashmouth feat. Chopper – Virgin Girl; Halfbaked Soundtrack (MCA) ’98 herbtune, Eek a Mouse cover; 19 sec.
  • Original Survivors – Come Away Jah Children; Black Slavery Days (Clappers) ’80

Set 8: Mutant Dub UFOria; 47 sec.

  • Spiritual Rez – Let’s Go Out With a Bang; Apocalypse Whatever 2014; UFOria Mutant Dub Set
  • Dubadelic – Thuds Like Scuds; Bass Invaders (Word Sound) ’98 Brooklyn
  • Armagideon – Galactic Travel; Natural Elements Dub (Armgideon) ’95 UK
  • Audio Active – Adventures in Time and Space; Happy Happer (ON U Sound) ’95 Japanese
  • Audio Active & Laraaji – Space Visitors For Tea – That Lump On Your Head; The Way Out is the Way In (All Saints) ’95
  • Alpha & Omega – Rhythm of the Ancients; The Half That’s Never Been Told (Steppas) 2014 UK trance dub w/ female vox

Cannabis Service Weekend on Smile Jamaica: Read your Bible!

Celebrating 1 Year on the Web at the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives! Selah


***From the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives legal offices of Dewey, Cheatem & Howe, please read the following disclaimer***

**The operator of the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives wishes those reading to know that we do not endorse, encourage or engage in illegal activity. These writings are in spirit with anti-authoritarian subcultures and are meant solely for informational and or educational purposes only. Edutaiment isn’t illegal….yet***)

Herbert Spliffington, Esq. Legal counsel for the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives. From the law firm of Dewey, Cheatem & Howe

4 down, 46 to go!

A year ago I finally turned aspiration into action. And after 25 years of Reggae Radio decided it was time for the Smile Jamaica blog. One more guy on the Internet with an opinion.

I started it out with the 20 Days of Cannabis Service Month. But it mainly became a forum to upload the Smile Jamaica Playlists and links to the Smile Jamaica Show Archives Podcasts. Or Ark-Ives as I call it. As in Black Ark – Lee “Scratch” Perry.

I quickly developed the system of cutting up 3 hours of Radio sound into soundbytes, clips and Reggae History Lessons. Upload the .mp3s. Add some photos and captions. How do you liven up a long list of songs? Week after week. Year after year for a quarter century.

So a year later, I have a crocus bag full of Cannabis Soundbytes. The Seven Leaf Symphony.

<Cannabis History Reggae Lesson – Crocus Bag; 16 sec.>

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Filled this crocus bag with about a 100 Seven Leaf sound bytes over the past year on the Smile Jamaica blog

So for the 4:20 Weekend, I am going to string a whole heap of air checks from Smile Jamaica that talk about the Seven Leaf:

Read your Bible: 30 sec.

The Holy Bible. For reading not rolling

Roll a lickle spliff with di papyrus

Hey Thoth. You have any papyrus so we can smoke a little Sensimenia on our trip to Mesopotamia?

Smile Jamaica – Healing of the Nations (Revelations 22: 2); 30 sec.

Revelation  22:2. New Testament

It flowed down the center of the main street. On each side of the river grew a tree of life, bearing twelve crops of fruit, with a fresh crop each month. The leaves were used for medicine to heal the nations.

Ergo, partake of the Seven Leaf with a fresh crop each month for the healing of the nation. Come together as a community in harmony

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Yeah, it’s from the Bible


Smoke rose from his nostrils; consuming fire came from his mouth, burning coals blazed out of it

There was no tobacco in the Holy Land during Old Testament times. That was green smoke emanating from the Israelite nasal passages

It’s not recreational. It is Biblical


<Don’t h8, time to appreciate!; 2 sec.>

Don’t be a gerbil. Get down with the herbal!

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ive (Stream + Tracklist); Jah-cember 27, 2014: Year-End Vinyl Blowout!

Hope every one had a Merry Christmas or whatever Sky Deity you give thanks & praise to


Jump straight to the Jah-cember 27, 2014: Smile Jamaica Ark-Ive

<Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives sends seasons greetings to the Sky Deity of your choosing; 8 sec.>

Praise Anu! Smile Jamaica’s favorite sky god. Sumerians


Snuck away for a combo birthday/Christmas/cratedig with my family. Jah-buqureque, New Jah-xico. Flu shot ahead of time. Feeling good when everyone else in the vicinity had the crud.

Fly back, Friday AM the day after Christmas. Decided why not end the year, last Ark-Ive of 2014, with an All Vinyl Black Wax Attack. Yes I! Selah!

3 things that make Cabin Fever bearable: a roaring fire, burning a spliff, Irish coffee and the sound of vinyl pon your turntable

<Nyquil cocktail for 3 hours on air>

2 hour fog delay. Everyone cooped up on a non-moving tin can. Six in the Morning. Right there on the tarmac. Babies crying, everyone sniffling, coughing and wheezing.

Get back to the Ark-Ives, immediately start inoculating myself: Zicam for the Zinc; Nyquil just in case. Ate two oranges for the Vitamin C. Whatever…..

 <One extra present after Christmas. Can’t hear the cue speaker on where to drop de needle pon de record with a massive head cold; 35 sec.>

All Vinyl Show. Had to crank the cue speaker to hear where to drop de needle pon di wax

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ive: Jah-cember 27, 2014: Year-End Vinyl Blowout!

 Smile Jamaica’s Lessons in Deejaying: Why They Call it the “One Drop”

Similar to the Radio Board at KRCL. VU Meters on the top. Bump the red, don’t peg the red. Otherwise cipped signal feedback on the listener end. Speaker volume (cue, monitors, headphones) to the right. Higher the slider, the louder the gain (volume) over the air, if Track Button is lit, aka “hot”
  • Radio Studio setup 8 Tracks: 3 CDs, 2 Turntables, 1 Microphone, 1 Computer. Any sound on a “hot” track goes over the airwaves.
  • 1 CD for my Dub Album of the Week
  • If a deejay wants to sample a portion of a song without that song going onto the airwaves, he puts the Track into “cue” mode
  • The cue speaker is on a different, internal sound channel within the mixing board. Separate from the Tracks that go over the airwaves. The deejay hears those “live” Tracks  over the studio’s monitor speakers.
  • Had to turn the cue volume up to 11 to hear where to drop the needle on the vinyl, back-cue (reverse direction) on the Turntable till dead silence. This is where the next song starts on beat 1 – hot on the air. The One Drop!
Eyes and Ears in synch when you drop di needle pon de record! Searching for the One-Drop

Here’s the nitty gritty on Smile Jamaica’s Year-End Vinyl Blowout! (Jah-cember 27, 2014; 1 min. 55 sec.)

  • Rarities/Vinyl Only classics out of the Ark-Ives
  • Roots Dawtas
  • Seven Leaf, 4 down, 46 to go.

<Smile Jah-pocrypha: Skilers want to be in their cars, heading home in time to hear the Smile Jamaica 4:20 Cannabis Service Announcement>

  • Jamaican Jukebox: 7″ 45 RPM
  • Disco Mix 12″ boomshots
  • Mutant Dub
Smoke Shack. 4 down, 46 to go!

 Annotated Playlist (captions, photos, soundbytes, Reggae History Lessons): Smile Jamaica Ark-Ive: Jah-cember 27, 2014


Set 1: 

  • Misty in Roots – Praises; Musi O Tunya (People Collective) ’85 UK
  • Ja Man All Stars – Dub Zone; In the Dub Zone (Blood and Fire); Dub Album of the Week
  • Dennis Brown – Concrete Castle King; Visions (Blue Moon) ’76 UK
  • Augustus Pablo – The Big Rip Off; Ital Dub (Trojan) ’74 UK dub to Inner Circle Forward Jah Jah Children
  • Ini Kamoze – Dreadlocks; 12” (Mogo Naba) ’82 JA
  • Melodians – Irie Feeling – Irie Feeling (RAS) ’83 DC; 4:20 Cannabis Service Announcement

<Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Most Underrated Roots LP Nomination: Melodians – Irie Feeling; 29 sec.>

  • Prince Far I – Jamaica; Jamaican Heroes (Trojan) ’80 UK, boxing theme
1983 Rock Steady reunion. Sleeper classic from the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives Black Wax wing

 Set 2: Roots Dawtas

  • Judy Mowatt – Mr. Dee Jay; Mr. Dee Jay (Ashandan) ’81 JA
  • Maxine Miller – How Many Times; Showcase (Wackies); ‘80 NY early Bob Marley doo wop lovers rock
  • Sophia George – Tenement Yard; Tenement Yard (Winner) ’86 JA
  • Marcia Griffiths – Feel Like Jumping; At Studio One (Studio One) JA

<Reggae History Lesson: Judy and Marcia, 2/3 of the I Threes; 17 sec.>

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Hey Mr. Deejay, play that song for me

Set 3:

  • Jackie Mittoo – Eleanor Rigby; Jackie Mittoo (United Artists) ’78 Los Jah-ngeles, Collie-fornya; Beatles Hammond B 3 cover
  • Heptones – Soul Sister; Legends From Studio One (Trench Town) ’72 Allen Toussaint New Oreans soul cover
  • The Gaylads – Little Candle; Vision of Reggae (Tamoki Wambesi); Roy Cousins prod’n best of
  • Gregory Isaacs – Night Nurse; 12” (Island)  ’82 Roots Radics on the riddims
jackie mittoo - Macka Fat 2
Keyboard wizard minor key vibe on The Beatles classic.

 Set 4: Seven Leaf Herbal Vinyl Set

<Seven Leaf Set Livicated to Rockers International from WNMC, Traverse City, MI; Reggae Radio in town skiing; 45 sec.>

<Revelations 22:2 – The Healing of the Nations; 30 sec.>

  • Jacob Miller – Healing of the Nations; Reggae Greats (Mango) ’84 US: Seven Leaf Set: Revelations 22:2 “the leaves were used for medicine for the healing of the nations”

<Cannabis History Lesson: Jacob Miller; 24 sec.>

  • Barrington Levy – Sensimelea; Poor Man Style (Trojan) ’82 UK
  • Pioneers – Feeling High; Greatest Hits (Trojan) ’76 UK
  • I Roy – African Herbsman; African Herbsman (Joe Gibbs) ‘ over Johnny Clarke – African Roots ’81 JA
  • Carlton Livingston – 100 Weight of Collie Weed; 100 Weight of Collie Weed (Greensleeves) ’84 UK

<Don’t go 55 inna 35 with 100 Weight of Collie Weed in your vehicle; 12 sec.>

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Read your Bible!

 Set 5:

  • Krieger-Densmore Reggae Bonanza – Kinky Reggae; 12” (Rhino) ’83 Marley cover by ½ The Doors

<Smile Jamaica’s brush with Ray Manzarek, The Doors; 58 sec.>

  • Yellowman – Strong Mi Strong; 12” (Columbia) ’84 Bill Laswell mix
  • Zema – Ride on; Zema (Melchizedek) ’86 Culver City, Collie-fornya; female singer

<Rare 7″ 45: Keith does Jimmy & Chuck; 12 sec.>

  • Keith Richards – The Harder They Come; 7” (Rolling Stones) ’78 Jimmy Cliff cover; 19 sec.
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There’s some Jimmy Cliff in there somewhere

Set 6: Jamaican Jukebox 7″ 45

<Jamaican Jukebox: The Rarest Vinyl; 5 sec.>

<Black Sabbath on Smile Jamaica? Yes I!; 20 sec.>

  • Black Sabbath vs. Black Uhuru – Guess Who’s Coming For Sweet Leaf; 7” (Peabody and Sherman); Seven Leaf mashup; 7” Set: Jamaican Jukebox

<Copy-wrong? 20 sec.>

  • Frankie Paul – Ites, Gold and Green; 7” (Jusic) 2001 JA
  • Leo Graham – Not Giving Up; 7” (Locks) ’75 JA
  • Errol Dunkley – Train to Zion; 7” (Topco) ’75 JA
Guess Who’s Coming for Sweet Leaf

 Set 7: 

  • I Roy – The Heathen (Commandment IV); Ten Commandments (Virgin Front Line); ‘ 80 yellow vinyl/picture sleeve cover of Marley’s Exodus album
  • Barbara Paige – Babylon Must Fall; Hear Me Now (Epiphany) ’82 San Francisco, Collie-fornya
  • Big Youth – When Revolution Come – Chi Chi Run (Prince Buster) ’72 JA
  • Bunny Wailer – Conqueror; 12” (Solomonic)  ’81 JA
Yellow, vinyl, picture sleeve. Deejay covers Marley’s Exodus

Set 8: Mutant Dub

  • African Head Charge – Heading to Glory; In Pursuit of Shashamane land (ON U Sound)  ’93 UK Mutant Dub

<Reggae History Lesson: Shashamane Land; 12 sec.>

  • Capital Letters – House Breaker (Rootical Rebuild); 12” EP (Reggae Archive Records) 2014 UK of 80s roots reggae rmx
  • King Kong – Free de Herb; 12” (Ink Alink)  2008 herbtune
  • Singers & Players feat. Bim Sherman – Run Them Away; Vacuum Pumping (ON U Sound) ’88 UK
  • Dubkasm Meets the Disciples – Gideon Armour; 12” (Sufferah’s Choice)  2006 UK
  • New Age Steppers – Foundation Steppers; 5 Dog Race (ON U Sound) ’83 UK
Love this album