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Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Sept. 22, 2018 (Podcast & Playlist) – The Aliens are Here!

Greetings,

They are here. Who you say? The Aliens.

Listen to this incredible tale of Alien revelation that the Deep State tried to squelch but a woman revealed through her Facebook page of all places

<Sunspot 2018 Alien incident; 3 min.>

In a nutshell: several solar observatories, who were routinely monitoring the Sun, were staggered by what they saw on their deep space video feed:

A gigantic Mother Ship flanked by dozens of UFO’s!

Mother Ship sighting in front of the Sun, Sept. 8 2018
Photo captured by Maria Hill of Salem, Indiana and posted to her Facebook feed

The Sun is 93 million miles from Earth. Neither the United States nor the Russians have any space craft that could approach anywhere near the Sun without burning up.

So to bury the truth and shut down the video feed, several other observatories in Hawaii, Chile, Pennsylvania, Australia and Spain panicked.

Yet, it was a woman in Indiana who was taking photos of the Sun on her Iphone who showed us what the Deep State fuckers tried to keep hidden from We the People.

Facebook/Earth’s citizens 1

Deep State 0

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So now that we have established the Highly Probable likelihood that Aliens exist and can travel the galaxy at will, are they headed our way?

They power their Spacecraft with energy from the Sun. We use the much more inefficient jet propulsion system of space  travel.

I have a theory on why they have emerged. They will not let Donald J. Trump weaponize space through his Space Force.

<Aliens coming to stop the Space Force; 78 sec.>

The Anunnaki are coming to wipe that smirk off Trump’s face

So even though General Giorgio of Ancient Aliens fame has tapped I ‘n’ I to be Minister of Lunar Agriculture, I think the Aliens are coming to shut us down…..

 

 

 

 

 

 

…with Heavy Manners

It’s a pity, I was about to bring in the first Harvest of Space Dust

bless, Bobbylon

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Sept. 22, 2018 Annotated Playlist; 2 min.

Set 1:

  • Mystic Youth feat. I-Skeeda & Irie Ites – Jah Rastafari; Best Wishes (Sunship) vinyl mid 80’s SF youth group w/ female vox
  • Lee “Scratch” Perry & the Upsetters – Cloak and Dagger; Cloak and Dagger (Black Art) ’72 UK vinyl dub album of the hour
  • Keith Hudson – Rasta Communication; Greatest Hits (Sky High) ‘78
  • Barry Brown – Come We Dub Tonight; Far East (Hitbound) ‘81
  • Horace Andy – Oh Lord, Why Lord; Best of (Studio One) ‘72
  • Cha Cha – One Day You’ll Know; 10” EP (Above Rock) 2010 UK – female singing in Chinese, rock steady
  • Ronnie Davis – Kaya; Sings Hits From Studio One (Rhino UK) ’78 4:20 Cannabis Service Announcement (1) Bob cover vox
  • Big Joe – World Wide Kaya; At the Control (Jackpot) ’78 (2) deejay
  • Agrovators – Kaya Dub; Kaya Dub (Justice) ’78 JA vinyl (3) dub
Chinese Rock Steady singer

Set 2:

  • Prince Far I – Under Heavy Manners; Reggae Nuggets (Mojo/Trojan) Mojo magazine pays tribute to Trojan Records 50 years
  • Joy White – It Dread Out Deh; Holding Up Half the Sky (Shanachie) ’78 roots dawta comp
  • Junior Delgado – Caution; Uptown Top Ranking (Object Enterprise) ’79 Marley cover
  • Winston Jarrett & Jah Woosh – Must Be a Revolution +
    Wicked Melt Away (Original) ’94 UK
Free CD with Sept issue of Mojo. Go deh!

Set 3: Best of Smile Jamaica 28+Years

  • Judy Mowatt – Down in the Valley; Black Woman (Shanachie) ’76 
  • Sammy Dread – Road Block; Road Block (Hitbound) ‘82
  • Doctor Alimantado – Marriage License; Born For a Purpose (Greensleeves) ‘76

<What if a marriage license expired every two years? 17 sec.>

  • Culture & Prince Weedy – See Dem a Come (12” Mix); Two Sevens Clash (Deluxe Edition) ‘77

<July 7, 1977; 40 sec.>

  • Aston “Family Man” Barrett – Cobra Style; Familyman In Dub (Heartbeat) Dub Album of the Hour*
Beware the curfew and roadblock

Set 4:

  • Peter Tosh – Get Up Stand Up; Kentucky Fried Rockers (bootleg) Live @ the Rupp Arena: Lexington, KY 1978; opening for the Rolling Stones

<Tosh opens for The Stones; 70 sec.>

  • Ayo – Down on my Knees; Ayo (Polydor) 2006 Nigerian-German female soul/reggae/pop

Set 5: Vinyl is Vital

  • The Wailing Wailers – It  Hurts to Be Alone; Wailing Wailers (Studio One) ’65 JA 
  • Nigger Kojak – Down By the Riverside; Showcase LP (Nigger Kojak) ’80 JA
  • Freddie McGregor – Natural Collie; FM (High Times)  ’82 JA herbtune
  • Deadly Headly feat. Bim Sherman – The Danger; 35 Years From Alpha (ON U Sound) ’82 UK
  • Barry Biggs – Just My Imagination; Yesterday, Today & Forever (Park Heights) ’89 Brooklyn: Temptations cover

Set 6:

  • The Wailers – Duppy Conqueror; Live 1973-1975 (Starbucks) Nov. 23, 1973 – Live at Leeds Polytechnic (UK)

<Bob, Peter and the Wailers live in the UK, Nov. 1973; 1 min. 42 sec.>

  • Bunny Wailer – Talkin’ Blues; Hall of Fame (RAS) ’95 50
  • Hollie Cook – Free Falling; Vessel of Love (Merge) 2017 UK dawta
  • John Wayne & Johnny – Rain Fall, Sunshine; 10” (Hitbound) ‘83 JA
  • 4th Street Orchestra – Back Weh Babylon; Leggo! Ah Fe We Dis (EMI) ’76 UK Dennis Bovell dub album of the hour

Set 7:

  • Chris Hinze – East Kingston; Bamboo Reggae (Keytone) ’83 Dutch jazz flute with Word, Sound & Power reggae

<You’ve got jazz in my rub a dub! 53 sec.>

  • Queen Majeda – Earth’s Rightful Ruler; Conscious (Heartbeat) ’93 Jamaican female dub poet
  • Sip a Cup All Roots – Watch and Peep Dub; 10” (Sip a Cup) 2005 UK militant steppers
Dutch Jazz inna rub a dub style

Set 8: UFO-ria

  • Symarip – Skinhead Moonstomp; Skinhead Moonstomp (Trojan) ’70
  • Dennis Alcapone – The Flying Machine (The Sky’s the Limit); Guns Don’t Argue (Trojan) ‘72
  • The Toyes – Waiting For the Aliens; Strange Animals (CD Tunes) ‘99
  • Nicky Thomas – Doing the Moonwalk; Love of the Common People (Trojan) ‘70
  • Thievery Corporation – Stargazer; Culture of Fear (ESL) 2012 DC dubbers w/ female vox
  • The Mighty Sparrow – Russian Satellite; Radio Radio Theme Time Radio Hour vol. 5 (Mischief Music) ’59 calypso song about Laika the Soviet Space dog; 56  sec.

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives (Podcast & Playlist): Jah-ly 7, 2018: UFOria! Roswell inna Rub a Dub Stylee!

Weather balloon my ass!

<Smile Jamaica: Ancient Astronaut Theory HQ; 21 sec.>

UFO by Tena Stelin (lyrics transcribed by Bobbylon)

  • Everywhere I stare, everywhere I go
  • Almost everyone is talking about UFOs
  • More and more each day I hear the people them say
  • Men and men are talking about UFOs
  • Aliens are coming
  • They say the time is now dawning
  • Sometimes if I wonder if the aliens are here already
  • Astronomers are debating
  • And their religions are arising
  • Jah what is to be if it is the will of He
  • Everywhere I stare, everywhere I go
  • Almost everyone is talking about UFOs
  • More and More each day I hear the people them say
  • Men and men are talking about UFOs
  • Elijah went up into a Chariot of Fire
  • Dragon objects were recorded in ancient America, Australia and Asia
  • So many paintings and drawings were found in many caves and mountains
  • Could this be the evidence that Spacemen came?
  • Everywhere I stare, Everywhere I go
  • Almost everyone is talking about UFOs
  • More and more each day I hear the people them say
  • Men and men are talking about UFOs

Greetings,

Ancient Astronaut Theory is: Were they Sky Gods or Ancient Astronauts?

The modern phenomena of UFOria: Euphoria + UFO started on July 2, 1947 with a crashed space ship on a ranch near Roswell, New Mexico.

Scoffers and the Deep State would call this a “weather balloon”

Why Smile Jamaica?

2 reasons

  1. My brother  in law told this story about coffins and Roswell

2. After I retired from doing Radioactive interviews on KRCL, I needed a new time suck away from Progressive politics.

That led to my 10 year bromance with this guy and Ancient Aliens TV show on the History Channel.

Giorgio Tsoulakos. Head of Trump’s Space Force

As an Assyrian-American, I knew full well who Marduk, Ishtar and Anu were. In my benighted state, I just thought they were mythic gods of Assyria, Babylon and Sumer (Shinar in the Bible).

Oh, but no! They were Sky Gods and Space Travellers who invented mankind to mine gold, sleep with Earth women and then tried to get rid of us noisy humans, their creation, with a massive flood.

Ancient Astronaut Theory about these Sky Gods aka Anunnaki – Those whom came from the sky. All those stories  of the Bible and quite a bit of Greek mythology derived from each Anunna (Anunna singular; Anunnaki plural).

And all those UFO encounters in the Bible!

Flying Saucers of the Old Testament

Ishtar/Inanna – Goddess or Ancient Astronaut/Geneticist

Jacob’s Ladder, Ezekiel’s Wheel, Enoch’s disappearance, Stairway to Heaven, Burning Bush, Noah’s Ark, Elijah and his Chariots of Fire – all UFOs. Add in the Arabian 1001 Nights Tales of Magic Carpets and the Hindu Vimana fighting space ships.

Lot’s wife was turned into a pillar of smoke, not salt. From a nuclear attack on the Sinai when the Anunakki unleashed a hellish civil war that destroyed Sumer/Shinar in a “bitter wind”.

Back to UFOria…..

So I start to do what I always do: comb through the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives looking for Reggae and other songs devoted to UFOs.

And last year, near the Roswell crash anniversary in early July, I lead off with the theme from 2001 Space Odyssey, the Kubrick film, and juggled about 40 Space Oddities. Most Reggae/Dubbish. Some not. Today as well.

Joe Cocker, Nina Hagen, Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Elton John and the bad ass Vulcan, Leonard Nimoy

Mr. Spock always had a good ear for the drum & bass

Last year, my bredrin Mike was in a coffee shop. He over heard the baristas talking: “I don’t know what Robert was doing on Smile Jamaica. It was more about UFOs than Reggae.”

Is that good? Is that bad? Yes!

Either way, it makes you think about radio. You don’t get stories from Pandora or Itunes.

And that is why I do it for 30 years. To make you think even if it is out there on the perimeter where are there are no stars. And we is Stoned Immaculate……

<What Aliens are “probing” for…>

bless, Bobbylon

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: Jah-ly 7, 2018: UFOria; 1 min. 51 sec.

Set 1:

  • Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra – Also Sprach Zarathustra; 2001: A Space Odyssey Soundtrack (CBS) ’68 
  • Tena Stelin & Jah Warrior – UFO + Unidentified Flying Dub; Lion Symbol (Jah Warrior) ‘99
  • Michael Franti & Spearhead feat. K’naan – Earth From Outer Space; All People (Boo Boo Wax) 2013
  • Lee “Scratch” Perry – African Hitchhiker; From the Secret Laboratory (Island) ’90 Alien from outer space living in your brief case
  • Laurel Aitken – Apollo 12; Legendary Godfather of Ska (Grover) ‘69 2nd Moon landing
  • Nicky Thomas – Doing the Moonwalk; Love of the Common People (Trojan) ‘71
  • Bam Bam – Star Wars; Power of a Woman (Bam Bam International) ’87 LA vinyl; female singer
Run for your life Reagan’s/Ray Guns gonna get you!

Set 2:

  • Jimi Hendrix Experience – EXP; Axis Bold as Love (Polydor) ’67
  • Anjali – Space Lust in the Space Dust; Anjali 2000
  • Space Monkeyz vs. Gorillaz – Star Shine; Laika Come Home (Virgin) 2002
  • Audio Active – Return of the Space Ape; Apollo Choco (ON U Sound)  ’97 Jah-pon; song about Albert, the first monkey in space
  • Sly & Robbie – Space Invaders; Syncopation (Joe Gibbs) ’82 Florida vinyl
Albert the Space Ape

Set 3:

  • Joe Cocker – Space Captain; Mad Dogs & Englishmen (Deluxe Edition) live 1970 Fillmore East
  • AIR – Surfing on a Rocket; Walkie Talkie (Virgin) 2003 Fr. mutant dub
  • Derrick Morgan – Moon Hop; Original Reggae Recordings from 1968-1970 (Trybute) ’69
  • Alpha & Omega – The Dub Is Out There (X-Files Theme); Serious Joke (A & O) 2002 UK trance dub

Set 4:

  • Elton John – Rocket Man; Number Ones (Mercury) ’71

<Donald Trump called Kim Jong Un – Rocket Man>

  • Easy Star – Eclipse; Dub Side of the Moon (Easy Star) 2003 Pink Floyd cover
  • Pink Floyd – Interstellar Overdrive; Relics () ‘67
  • Roots Radics – Conspiracy on Neptune; Prince Jammy Destroys the Invaders (Trojan) ’82 UK

Set 5: Vinyl Is Vital Set

  • Sister Carol – Lost in a Space; Jah Disciple (RAS) ’89  re: The ’86 Challenger Explosion

<Jah’s Wrath and the Challenger Disaster>

  • U Roy – Your Ace From Space; Version Galore (Treasure Isle) ’68 JA
  • Prince Lincoln Thompson – Spaceship;  Natural Wild (United Artist) ’80  UK

<Aliens gonna whip you, and put you in your rightful place; 13 sec.>

  • Lone Ranger – UFO; Barnabas in Collins Wood (Wave) ’79 JA
  • John Williams – Cantina Theme; Star Wars Soundtrack (20th Century Fox) ’77 US

<Star Wars cantina band: Reggae? Yes, steel drums! 24 sec.>

  • Roots Radics – Death of Mr. Spock; Scientist and Jammy Strike Back (Trojan) ’82 UK
Intergalactic Rub a Dub

Set 6: Aliens in the Bible

  • Led Zeppelin – Stairway to Heaven; IV (Atlantic) ’71
Stairway to Heaven? Ramp up a Space Ship
  • Anubian Lights – Starvo; Outflight EP (Crippled Dick Hot Wax) 2000 UK about the New Jerusalem space ship
New Jerusalem Space Ship

  • Tenastelin – Flying Saucers; 7” (Mascot) 2001 about the Anunnaki – those who came down from the sky
Meet the Anunnaki – Those who came down from the sky!
  • Bush Chemists – Star Dub; 10” (Jah Tubbys) 2005 UK militant steppers version of The Imperial Storm Troopers theme from Star Wars

Set 7:

  • The Rolling Stones – 2000 Light Years From Home; Their Satanic Majesties Request (Abkco) ‘67
  • Nina Hagen – UFO; Nunsexmonkrock (CBS) ’80 German female
  • Word Sound I Powa – Intro; Live From Planet Crooklyn (WordSound) ’96 aliens hunting weed in McCarran Park, Brooklyn
  • Armagideon – Galactic Travel; Elements of Dub (Armagideon Sounds) ’95 UK
2000 Light Years From Home. Rare holographic sleeve

Set 8:

  • Leonard Nimoy – Theme to Star Trek + Alien; Presents Mr. Spock’s Music From Outer Space (Dot) ‘67
  • Dubadelic – Thuds Like Scuds; Bass Invaders (WordSound) ’98 do Aliens exist?
  • Ancient Astronauts feat. Akua Naru – Last Night; Into Bass & Time (ESL) 2011 w/ female vox: Last night I fell in love w/ an Ancient Astronaut
  • Flock of Seagulls – Space Age Love Song; Flock of Seagulls (Jive) ’82 UK New Wave
  • Laurence Harvey – First Came the Sky Chariots; Ancient Astronauts (Laurence Harvey)
  • SoKo – I Thought I Was an Alien; I Thought I Was An Alien (Because) 2012 Fr. Female singer
Dub Long and Prosper!

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: May 26, 2018 (Stream + Tracklist): Smile Jamaica’s Conspiracy Facts!


Greetings,

I  tried to warn you. Earlier in 2018, KRCL ran a station ID that touted the ability to listen to the station stream via personal electronic devices like Alexa from Amazon.

I came on air and said, “You know those gadgets report your conversations to the NSA.” I even ran in to a listener at the University of Utah campus who thanked me for the heads up.

I tired to warn you about Facebook a decade ago as well

If you ever listened to my political interviews on KRCL’s Radioactive you would know my world view is a tad askew: 9/11, JFK, Roswell and Skygods/Ancient Astronauts  travelling from the outer galaxy.  (Hint, it was Bin Laden on the Grassy Knoll.)

Was it Oswald or Aliens who killed JFK?

The Anunnaki had JFK assassinated

So sure enough, no tinfoil hat for I ‘n’ I:

How Alexa reports back to the NSA on its users

<Smile Jamaica’s Alexa warning; 19 sec.>

All those bongrips in your living room and recorded and sent to Bluffdale Utah.

NSA Spyhub in Bluffdale, Utah

I was correct about Obama beating Hillary in 2008 and Trump beating Hillary in 2016. How was I rewarded for my prognostication? My brother now calls me “Alex Jones.”

Haters can hate.  Maybe you shouldn’t scoff when I say look to the skies.

Military leaks on underwater UFOs

Don’t even get me started on Russiagate

bless, Bobbylon

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: May 26, 2018 Annotated Playlist; 3 Hours of All Vinyl; 41 sec.

Set 1:

  • K.C. White – Jah Is Coming; Try a Little Happiness (Zola & Zola) Neth. vinyl
  • Dub Specialist – Starring Dub; Dub (Heartbeat/Studio One) Dub Album of the Hour
  • Flick Wilson – Facts of Life; School Days (Jah Life) ’80 Brooklyn
  • Jimmy Cliff – Gone Clear; I Am the Living (MCA) ’80 US
  • Papa Finnigan & Junior Ranking – Step in a Dance; Two the Hard Way (Heartbeat) ’83 Cambridge, MA
  • Sylford Walker & Welton Irie – Lambsbread; 10″ (South East Music) ’79 UK

Set 2:

  • Blue Riddim Band – Nancy Reagan; Alive in Jamaica (Flying Fish) ’84 KC Missouri, live at Reggae Sunsplash in Jamaica
  • Mighty Invaders feat. Ichelle Cole – The Creator; Invasion! (Rave) ’83 Syracuse NY youth group w/ female vox
  • Jah Malla – Bad Moon Rising; Jah Malla (Modern) ’81 US – CCR cover
  • Tony Tuff – Sweet Reggae Music; Wha We A Go Do (Top Rank) ’84 JA
  • Congos – Congoman Chant; 10″ (Glimmer) ’77 UK Lee “Scratch” Perry/Black Ark prod’n

Set 3: Jamaican Jukebox 7″ Singles 

  • The Clash – Armagideon Time; 7″ (CBS) ’79 picture sleeve, cover of Willi Williams
  • Rob Smarley (Albert Griffith) – Hoiiday Ride; 7″ (Portand) ’79
  • Keble Drummond – Dangerous; 7″ (Mod) ’72 riddim shower (1): vox
  • Jah Fish – Vampire Rock; 7″ (Mod) ’72 riddim shower (2): dj
  • Mod Stars – Dangerous dub; 7″ (Mod) ’72 riddim shower (3): dub
  • Lee Perry – Jah; Black Ark in Dub (Rhino UK) Dub Album of the Hour
dubbed out version of Willi Williams Reggae classic

Set 4:

  • Judy Mowatt – Mellow Mood; Mellow Mood (Ashandan) ’75 JA
  • Yellowman & Fathead – Rub, Rub, Rub; Yellow Man & Fat Head and the One Peter Metro (Absissa) ’82 JA
  • Cornell Campbell – Stalowatt; Stalowatt (Third World) ’76 UK “Stalwart”
  • Barrington Levy – Mr. Money Man; 10″ (Hitbound) ’83 JA
Stalowatt = stalwart = firm, steadfast, uncompromising

Set 5: 4:20 Vinyl

  • Aswad – Pass the Cup; Not Satisfied (CBS) ’82 UK 
  • Black Uhuru – Stalk of Sensimilla; Tear It Up: Live (Mango) ’82
  • Peter Broggs – International Farmer; Rastafari Liveth! (RAS) ’82
  • Equators – Feelin’ High; Hot (Stiff) ’80 UK ska
  • Peter Tosh – Bush Doctor; Dealing With the Shytstem (bootleg) 11/5/82 Live at the Roxy, LA

Set 6: Jamaican Jukebox 45s

  • Jah Blue – Charles Manson; 7″ (Roots International)  ’85
  • Alton Ellis – Sun of Man; 7″ (Clintones) ’70’s
  • Earth & Stone – In Time to Come; 7″ (Well Charge) ’76
  • Larry Marshall – Duppyman Skank (Moodisc) ’96 tribute to the fallen Reggae singers
  • New Flower All Stars – Peace Chalice Dub; 7″ (New Flower) ’77
  • Blackbeard – Cut After Cut; Strictly Dub Wize (EMI) ’78 Dub Album of the Hour

Set 7:

  • Sister Carol – Jah Is Mine; Black Cinderella (Jah Life) ’84 Brooklyn version of Michael Jackson & Paul McCartney’s Girl Is Mine
  • Crucial Bee – Cocaine; Just a Sting (All-Star) US Virgin Island; same riddim as the Sister Carol
  • Twinkle Brothers  – I’m No Robot; Age of Reggae (Twinkle) ’84 UK
  • Johnny Clarke – Cry Tough; Authorized Version (Virgin Front Line) ’76 UK Bob Marley cover
  • Prince Malachi – Jah Love; 10″ (Backyard Movements) 2003 UK

Set 8: Mutant Dub

  • Singers & Players – Merchant Ship/Dungeon feat. Prince Far I – Revenge of the Underdog (ON U Sound) ’82 UK Middle Passage tune

<The Middle Passage>

  • Kwame – Family Affair; Follow I (Polydor)  ’80 US Sly & the Family Stone cover
  • Soom T & Mungo’s Hi-Fi – 31st Century Song; 12″ EP (Scotch Bonnet) 2013 UK female vox
  • Upsetters – Dread Lion; Super Ape (Mango) ’76 Lee “Scratch” Perry/Black Ark prod’n
  • Armagideon – Spiral Galaxy; 12″ EP (Dubhead) ’98 UK
  • Tayo Meets Acid Rockers Uptown feat. Pupa Jim – Vampaya; 12″ (Scrub a Dub) 2010 UK
The Middle Passage: Packed like sardines in a tin. When the boat overload, they threw some of us overboard

Words of Weeds-dom

Smile Jamaica Playlist; Jah-vember 8, 2014 (Stream + Tracklist): Seven Leaf Relief

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4 down, 46 to go! Cannabis did a lot better than this guy at the ballot box last Tuesday

Greetings,

<4 down, 46 to!. Dubble the legalize>

Smile Jamaica Ark-Ive: Jah-vember 8, 2014

<Jah-vember 8, 2014: Show High-lights; 47 sec.>

They call me Nelstradamus: I predicted Obama over Hillary; Russia vs. NATO: Cold War II, Nuclear Boogaloo. I am predicting 2016 Cannabis Legalization.

<They call me Nelstradamus; 38 sec.>

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Nostradamus ain’t got nuthin’ on Nelstradamus! Smile Jamaica predicts Marijuana Legalization states in 2016

High-lights of the Jah-vember 8, 2014: Smile Jamaica Ark-Ive

3 sets out of 8 devoted to the Black Wax

  • Seven Leaf Vinyl set

<Smile Jamaica’s Seven Leaf Election Recap; 45 sec.>

  • 420 Cannabis Service Announcements: upstate NY, JA singjay, UK dubstep toaster, Marley cover, dubplate rmx, Jah-pon
  • Dub Album of the Week: Bush Chemists – Raw Raw Dub (UK mutant dubbers)
  • Disco Mix extended Vinyl singles: herbs, dubstep, militant steppers, cannabis rmx
  • Jamaican Jukebox: 7″ 45s: Panadol, Jamaican heroes, Gregg Allman cover
  • Mutant Dub World Tour: France, Los Jah-ngeles, Jah-pon, UK

<Praise Jah for Daylight Savings: UFO watching soundtrack>

  • Roots Dawtas: Pacific Islander duo, Soom T from Scotland; Aisha UK; Canadian dub poetess; Los Jah-ngeles, Collie-fornya, French dubstress
  • Vinyl is Vital …. rhymes with Ital: Canadian dub poetry, herbage, JA harmony trio, JA deejay; Marley tribute
  • Wailers Family Tree: Bob last live ’80; Peter at the One Love Peace Concert ’78; Bunny Wailer digital ’86; Johnny Clarke covers Bob inna herbal stylee.
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Slaying the Drug War with riddim!

Below is the Annotated Playlist: photos, captions, Reggae History Lessons, soundbytes: Jah-vember 1, 2014 Smile Jamaica 

 Set 1: Vinyl Seven Leaf Election Celebration Set

<4 down, 46 to go!: Smile Jamaica’s Pot Prediction 75% success rate; 85 sec.>

  • Aisha – His Imperial Majesty; Daughters of Zion (Twinkle) ’93 UK vinyl
  • Bush Chemists – Raw Raw Dub (ROIR) 2005, Dub Album of the Week; UK mutant dubbers
  • Azeem & Session – Big Head Spliff; Dreadfly (Joe Gibbs)  ’82 FL vinyl: 4:20 Vinyl Set. 4 down, 46 to go!
  • Kenny Knotts – Good Sensi; 10” (Conscious Sounds) 2012 UK; mutant dub Horace Ferguson herbtune
  • Bert Brown & Olubayo – Iry Feeling; Escape From Babylon (Bertene) ’83 NY. Irie = condition after partaking

<Cannabis History Lesson: Irie Feeling; 20 sec.>

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Nelstradamus Predicts: In 2016 to counter President Romney it will be 16 down, 34 to go!

Set 2:

  • Peter Tosh – Stepping Razor; Talking Revolution (Pressure Sound) live at One Love Peace Concert; Kingston, JA; 4/22/78

<Heartland Reggae: Concert Film of the One Love Peace Concert; 30 sec.>

  • 10 Ft. Ganja Plant – 10 Ft. Ganja Plant and Weed; bushrock (ROIR) 2009 NY herbtune
  • Mike Brooks – Devil’s Conspiracy; 10” (Sip a Cup) 2007 UK militant steppers
  • Rose Marie – Stop Falling; Inner City Roots (Joe Gibbs) 2005 lovers rock
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Concert Film of the One Love Peace Concert; Apr. 22, 1978

Set 3:

  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Get Up Stand Up; Live Forever (Tuff Gong) 9/23/80 last live in Pittsburgh, Jah-sylvania

<Bob’s last live performance clip; 24 sec.>

  • Universal Speakers – We Roots + In Dub; We Roots (Catch Me Time); 2012 Pacific Island female duo
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Get Up Stand Up: Last encore, of last live performance; 9/23/80. How fitting. Live Forever he shall

Set 4:

  • Bunny Wailer – Old Time Singting; Rule Dance Hall (Shanachie) ‘86
  • Lee Perry – Blackboard Jungle Dub (Ver. 1); Blackboard Jungle Dub (Clocktower) ’73 flute dub
  • Top Cat & Soom T – Herbalist + Did You Know; 10” (Scotch Bonnet) 2007 mutant dub herbtune; Soom T female vox
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Wailers Family Tree. Early digital classic

Set 5: Vinyl Is V-Ital 

  • Carlton Livingston – Trodding; Retrospect (Jah Life) ’79 herbtune: trodding inna jungle w/ chalice in hand: Vinyl Is V-Ital Set

<Trodding thru the jungle w/ chalice in hand! 19 sec.>

  • The Gladiators – Oh What a Joy; Gladiators (Virgin Front Line) ’80 UK
  • Lillian Allen – One Poem Town + Why Do We Have to Fight?; Conditions Critical (Redwood) Canadian dub poet; Emeryville, Collie-fornya ‘87
  • Horace Andy – Bob Lives On; Exclusively (Solid Groove) ’82 UK; livicated to Bob Marley
  • Lone Ranger – U.F.O.; Barnabas in Collins Wood (Wave) ’79 JA
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…”with chalice in hand”. Singly classic on Black Wax

Set 6:

  • Johnny Clarke – Easy Skanking; Tribute to Bob Marley in a Dancehall (Rhino); herbtune, Marley cover

<4 down, 46 to go!; Easy Skanking; 18 sec.>

  • Zema – Still Not?; Black Sheep (Melchizedek) female artist, Los Jah-ngeles, Collie-fornya
  • Capital Letters – Smoking My Ganja (Rootical Dubplate Mix); 12” EP (Greensleeves) herb tune
  • Shark Wilson & the Basement Heaters – make It Reggae; 300% Dynamite (Soul Jazz); James Brown high stepper reggae
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Johnny Clarke: Roots cover artist extraordinaire

Set 7: Jamaican Jukebox 45 7″ RPM

  • Dawn & Christine – Panadol; 7” (M & M) Panadol is pain reliever; herb is better

Panadol for menstrual cramps. Collie works better.

<Reggae History Lesson: Panadol versus cannabis; 34 sec.>

  • Neville Martin – The Clique; 7” (Clandisc) ‘76 Clancy Eccles; Jamaican national heroes
  • Desmond Biggs – What Happen to the People; 7” (Run Come)
  • Paul Davidson – Midnight Rider; 7” (Hometown) ‘75 Gregg Allman cover
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Bumba klaat: Seven Leaf is better than Acetaminophen

Set 8: Mutant Dub

  • Audio Active – Universal Joint; Back to the Stoned Age (Beat) 2003 Jah-pon herb tune; 18 sec.
  • Botom Botom – I’m Alive; This Is Not a Stereotype (Hamerbass) Fr. Dub w/ female vox
  • Future Pigeon – Evil (Eatin’ at My Soul); Echodelic Sounds of Future Pigeon (Record Collectio) 2006 Los Jah-ngeles
  • Gorillaz – Clint Eastwood (Ed Case Refix); Gorillaz (Virgin) 2000 UK
  • Roots Manuva – Proper Tings Juggled; Duppy Writer (Big Dada) 2010 UK
  • Little Roy – Frankenstein; Longtime (ON U Sound) ’96 UK
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Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives: 25 Years: The Silver Jah-bilee (Jubilee)

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Sept. 1989: co-host Smile Jamaica. 25 years uninterrupted. Slice of the cake: Red – for the blood of Africa; Gold for the riches of Africa; Green for the bounty of Africa – the Red, Gold & Green

Smile Jamaica live every Saturday 4-7 PM Mtn. Time:

  • 90.9FM in Utah
  • Stream:  Tune In Radio
  • Ark-Ive. Here on Smile Jamaica blog; without commercial interruptions
  • Twitter: SmileJ_KRCL for live alert and stream upload/blog posts

Greetings,

Smile Jamaica: The King’s Music, Jamaican Blues, Your College for Musical Knowledge with the Dub Confessor. All killer, no filler. Roots  Reggae Sounds for your listening pleasure, 25 years! 10 sec.

Today marks a Quarter of a Century laying down the Roots on Smile Jamaica

Wheel it back 25 years to 1989:

  • Pete Rose lifetime ban for betting on baseball
  • Berlin Wall came crumbling down
  • Bay Area Quake Series. Bad mojo for my beloved Giants
  • Panama Invasion on my Birthday (Dec. 20)
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Bay Bridge collapse in the 1989 Bay Area Quake. Drove over this bridge about a dozen times cratedigging. Visited SF first post quake New Year’s ’89 week.

My radio career at KRCL 90.9FM was late June 1988 til Aug. 1989: 3 AM to 6 AM Sunday Night/Monday Graveyard: 3 O’clock Roadblock. Reggae, World and Ska program.

My listening audience must have consisted of a couple dozen bored 7-11 clerks, insomniacs and cab drivers.

Juggled wax and these new fangled doo-dahs called the Compact Disk through the Alaska Clipper winter of 1988. Twice, that brutal winter, (I hail from the Highline in Northern Montana so I know Winter like I know Roots Reggae), AAA had to jump my crappy Chrysler Cordoba*

You know what a let down doing 3 hours of Reggae in the middle of the dead cold night, drag ass to the car with a crate of Records and 2 suitcases full of CDs, and then hear that telltale click click of a dead battery? Bumba klaat! Fiyah bu’n!

In the immortal words of Ned Flanders, “Son of a Diddly!”

*My Cordoba did not have “rich, Corinthian leather” but pea green crushed velour.

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My Green 1981 Chrysler Cordoba did not survive the Alaska Clipper: Winter of ’88: Salt Lake City, Utah

At the end of Summer ’89 I let station management know that I was going to retire from Graveyard Rockers. I had a new girlfriend, it was my last year in college and I couldn’t stagger through Monday and half of Tuesday dead tired from getting home at 7AM as everyone else was Risin’ & Shinin’.

Yeah, and I wasn’t gonna schlep Roots and Vinyl from the University Student Housing on the hill to the Westside of SLC – KRCL’s home – another cold ass winter for a dozen diehards and shift workers marking time. There was no podcast or stream options in ’89.

I had a great time. Hang on tightly, let go lightly. I figured I would just sub on Smile Jamaica from time to time to keep my skills sharp.

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KRCL 90.9 FM. Born Dec. 1979. I have been a volunteer there since June of 1988

The guy who was doing Smile Jamaica was a dude named John “Rutabaga” Reese. Prince Far I sings, “The humble calf suckles the most milk”. That’s how Rutabaga was for me. Salt of the Earth Utah kid, loved his Roots Reggae – he had impeccable taste in good One Drop and Rub a Dub Roots Rasta Reggae. Plus he  turned me on to Adrian Sherwood and the ON U Sound I call Mutant Dub when I took over the reins on Saturday Afternoon.

John had a crate in a funky bohemian clothing store on the West side of Salt Lake called Grunts and Postures. Even before I met him through KRCL, I had pulled some gems from that crate: Aswad – Bubblin’ 12″; Bob Marley picture sleeve of Buffalo Soldiers. Some really experimental vinyl from  ON U Sound: African Head Charge, Dub Syndicate, Singers & Players, New Age Steppers. Mark Stewart and Tackhead Sound System. Suns of Arqa South Asian trance dub.

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Salt Lake City funky chic. East side. In its West Side location, I dug a whole heap of crates

I got in to Reggae around Oct. 1986. Someone hyped me to KRCL and Saturday Reggae, early Winter 1987. Back then Smile Jamaica was on at 1pm til 4pm!

I had a listener call me last month and thank me for 25 years and he said that for him, 3 hours of Smile Jamaica was his version of “going to church”.

I told him I knew exactly what he meant because as a “civilian” listener circa 1987, I listened to the Show with the fervor of a Jihadi and the active absorption of Roots Reggae as a University Academic wanna be Undergrad.

I would listen on my Hi Fi in my dorm room with a pad and paper writing down titles that John played and would announce. John played long, half hour sets. Sometimes he didn’t always announce the set list.  I learned good quality Roots via Rutabaga’s radio selection.

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Rutabaga Reese’s #1 Smile Jamaica influence on Iyah. Trouble You, a Trouble Me!

Ten Random and Essential Rutabaga Reese era Smile Jamaica selections that were a HUGE influence on me:

  • Don Carlos – Prophecy (Blue Moon)
  • UB40 – Signing Off (DEP)
  • Peter Broggs – Rastafari Liveth (RAS)
  • Burning Spear – Marcus Garvey (Mango)
  • Benjamin Zephaniah – Rasta (Workers Playtime) – UK dubpoet
  • Rita Marley – One Draw 12″ extended mix (Shanachie). My favorite Seven Leaf tune Summer of ’88
  • African Head Charge – Stebeni’s Theme. (ON U Sound). Mutant dub African music with female vox
  • Alpha Blondy & the Wailers – Jerusalem (Stern’s). The best Sons of Abraham Peace Song sung in French, African, Hebrew and Arabic via Cote d’Ivoire
  • Culture – Two Sevens Clash (Shanachie); 7/7/77 July 7, 1977 – When the Two Sevens Clash’d. Just another Doomsday
  • Bunny Wailer – Blackheart Man (Mango). Bought this off the display rack on first sight, cratedigging at the Cosmic Aeroplane, Oct. 1986
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Impulse buy – Put the cover pon my dorm room wall. Loved the music even more

I could name a 100 more Rutabaga boomshots and not stop for a breath!

When I got involved at KRCL Summer of ’88, Rutabaga and another dread named Papa Pilgrim were great mentors to me in how to “do” radio. Segues, being on the mic. (Praise Jah, I was so stiff and monotone. I wanted to let the music do the talking. My air check  was just the facts about the 4-5 songs per half hour set over a featured dub album for the music never stops.)

Papa Pilgrim did a Wed night show called Nite Roots. His show was as popular mid week as Smile Jamaica was on Saturday Afternoon. Roots Reggae fans in Northern Utah had a dubble dose of great radio. Many towns much bigger than SLC have their Reggae Radio shows in the middle of the Night.

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KRCL’s Wed. Night Reggae Ambassador, Papa Pilgrim. Spinning Nite Roots for Jah’s Heavenly Choir. Selah!

Rutabaga let me “sub in” on a hot summer Saturday, July 1988. I was so nervous laying the needle on the record. Took me 3 attempts to drop the needle and back cue the platter on my Rita Marley 12″. It was the major leagues from my fumbling around late night Sundays mumbling for the Nite Owls. It was great fun and I think half of the show turned out to be requests.

To quote philosopher Sally Field, “You like me! You really, really like me!”. Getting to do Radio of any sort is a pretty rare thing in this country and I got my taste of volunteer broadcast media. Give thanks!

When I gave up the ghost on 3 o’clock Roadblock I figured I would just tag along every now and then on either Saturdays or Wed. 10pm. Great times, both, for Roots Rub a Dub Reggae!

Rutabaga decided he wanted to share Smile Jamaica. I had no problem saying yes. So he and I tag teamed together Radiothon (Oct.) 1989. We alternated sets each Saturday until Spring Radiothon ’90. Then we did every other week until All Star Break July ’90.

<Your Station that Rules the Nation!>

My fellow UFOrian, Ronald Reagan was pretty generous with his Student Loan kasheesh back in the day. I would take a huge chunk of my Sept. loan check and put it in a savings account. Summer that year I would do a full court blitz of Nevada and Northern California cratedigging for quality Roots Reggae.

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Smile Jamaica’s 3 favorite things about Ronnie Raygun: 1. Believed in UFO’s. Star Wars was aimed at Alien Invasion not the Soviets; 2. Funded the Smile Jamaica Ark-Ives via his Student Loan and Pell Grant Program 3.

It was early July 1990 and I had just returned with a trunk full of Roots hauled from Reno, Auburn, Collie-fornya, Sacramento, San Francisco, North Oakland, Oakland, Berkeley, San Jose, El Cerrito, San Mateo, Mill Valley.

Vinyl: Lps, 10″s, 12″s, 7″s, Cds, Cassettes, Books and magazines. T shirts, badges, stickers. Anything Red Green and Gold down to my shoelaces. Posters, tapestries bumper stickers. Rasta or African necklaces, pendants, charms and pins.

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North Beach (SF) Tower Records at Columbus & Bay. I would stay at the Travelodge across the street and literally cratedig until closing time and walk back to my room. Tower went out of business 2006. I shed tears. Like losing your girlfriend to a sudden illness

For some reason I remember that it was the night of the 1990 All Star game. I was subbing on a Tuesday Night KRCL rock show rinsing out my favorite non-Reggae delights. Groups like Camper Van Beethoven, The Minutemen, The Replacements. The Clash. The Studio Line rings and it was Rutabaga. After a little chit chat, he offered that he was “retiring” from Smile Jamaica. We weren’t going to alternate weeks. I became solo host of Smile Jamaica the following Saturday and have never looked back for 25 years. Forward ever, backwards never!

I love doing every minute of every show. Some people sing or play instruments or draw. My artistic talent is stitching Reggae and Riddim based musics together in a flow.

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“Itch its up, Selekta! Nuff drum ‘n’ bass mek you wine up yer waist, put a smile pon yer face!”

Sat. Sept. 20, 2014. 90.9FM. 4-7 PM Mtn. Smile Jamaica Best of 25 Years: Vinyl is V-Ital Selection!

What better way to celebrate 25 years of juggling wax on the Radio? Same day (Saturday). Same time (since 1990 from 4-7PM). Same guy (yours truly). Same station: 90.9FM. Just like the Simpsons Sunday Night, you have Smile Jamaica Saturday Afternoon. Give thanx and praise, let Chalice blaze!

Saturday, 4-7 PM Mountain Time. 90.9FM. Vinyl is V-Ital. I spent this (Sat.) morning in the Ark-Ives harvesting 50 albums I pulled from year one and two  of collecting Reggae Music: 1987-1988. Not my all time favorites. But a variety of what I purchased as I learned how to buy quality Reggae and the serendipity of what you find when you leave no crate unturned in a music Mecca that is the Bay Area.

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The album that lit the fuse! Tracked this in the U of U dorms with a friend Oct. 1986. Never looked back. Reggae-myelitis for which there is no cure!

High-lights:

  • Black Uhuru – Anthem (Mango). The album that started the obsession. On 3 O’clock Roadblock I started every show with a Michael Rose or Jr. Reid Black Uhuru scorching roots gem. 30 sec.
  • The Congos – Heart of the Congos. The Holy Trinity of Roots: Lee “Scratch” Perry mix, Black Ark brooding sound, Cedric Myton’s beautiful falsetto
  • Countryman Soundtrack. For Bob Marley’s sublime “Jah Live”
  • Rare roots cover of Zimmy’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” (Arthur Louis)
  • Roots Dawtas: songbirds, toasters, folkies
  • Seven Leaf Herbal Meditations
  • Mutant Dub in the last half hour. ON U Sound and the role those Black Wax dub jams meant for my development of quality Mutant Dub*

*Smile Jamaica is the intergalactic portal for what I have been calling Mutant Dub for two plus decades. Therefore, I “discovered” Mutant Dub just like Columbus “discovered” India.

Vinyl is V-Ital, rhymes with Ital!

bless, robt

Smile Jamaica live every Saturday 4-7 PM Mtn. Time:

  • 90.9FM in Utah
  • Stream:  Tune In Radio
  • Ark-Ive. Here on Smile Jamaica blog; without commercial interruptions
  • Twitter: SmileJ_KRCL for live alert and stream upload/blog posts
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For 25 Years. bless, robt

Smile Jamaica Playlist: Aug. 2, 2014 (Stream + Playlist); Isaiah 63:1 – Bozrah vs. The Hairy Eyeball

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Greetings,

Jump straight to Smile Jamaica Jah-gust 2, 2014 Stream

Summer of Roots continues into its 3rd month: Jah-gust on Smile Jamaica

<August? No, Jah-gust!; 16 sec.>

Here is what I featured on this week’s edition of Smile Jamaica: Aug. 2, 2014

I tell you the story about how Reggae and the Bible and the Hairy Eyeball all mashed up at my sister Stacey’s wedding 20 years ago.

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Isaiah 63:1. Verse I turned to at random from Gideon Bible at my sister’s wedding. Reggae lyrics synchronicity: “Who is this man from Bozrah with his garments dipped in blood?” Eerie

<Bozrah and the Hairy Eyeball: Wedding Bell Blues; 2 min 38 sec>

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Sista Stacey; her youngest Hayden; eldest Mason – Jah-buquerque, New Jahxico

I love the TV show Ancient Aliens. When I retired from doing political interviews on Radioactive  KRCL (2003-2012), I ditched the hopeless of change and embraced my Ancient Alien heritage. Modern Aliens, the Greys? Meh…

<Hovercraft soundbyte; 27 sec.>

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Smile Jamaica’s version of “church”. Every Friday Night H2 Channel. The Anunnaki are coming back in 2800 AD.

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Jah-gust 2, 2014: Smile Jamaica Playlist with photos, captions and sound bytes.

bless, robt

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My Uncle Anunnaki

PLAYLIST:

  • The In Crowd – Born in Ethiopia; His Majesty Is Coming (Creole) ’78 Fr. Vinyl;
  • Prince Jammy – Jammin’ for Survival; Rodigan’s Dub Classics: Serious Selections Volume 1 (Rewind Selecta) ’96 dub comp; Dub Album of the Week
  • Laurel Aitken – Heile Heile (The Lion); Woppi King (Trybute)  tribute to HIM by ska legend
  • The Abyssinians – In a Kalda; Reunion (AO!) ’98 song about horse racing in JA
  • Black Roots – Oh Mama Africa; On the Ground (Sugar Shack)  2012 UK
  • Gregory Isaacs & Kenny Knots – Bush Ganja + Love Is the Key; 10” (Inner Sanctuary) 2005 4:20 Cannabis Servic Announcement
  • Hollie Cook – 99; Twice (Mr. Bongo) 2014 mutant dubstress out of UK***End of Set 1
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His Majesty is Coming….Look busy!
  • Bob Marley & the Wailers – Jammin’; Live Forever (Tuff Gong) last live Pittsburgh, Jah-sylvania; 9/23/80: Stanley Theatre
  • Sarah B Band – Realign My Mind; Realign My Mind (Sarah B Band) 2011 SLC group
  • Danny Red – Little More High Grade; 10” (Sip a Cup); 2003 mutant dub herbtune***End of Set 2
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2 down, 48 to go! Sip a Cup (.i.e. smoke the chalice). High Grade for half the price if we legalize it!
  • Mike Brooks – Train to Buzz Rock; 10” (Teams); Bozrah with his garments dipped in blood: Isaiah 63:1
  • Zema – Free at Last; Black Sheep (Melchizedek) female roots out of So Cal
  • Bunny Wailer – Put It On; Rule Dancehall (Shanachie) ‘87***End of Set 3
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Isaiah 63:1. Man from Bosrah with his garments dipped in blood.
  • Jackson Browne – Everywhere I Go; I’m Alive (Elektra) ’93 Rockers do Reggae set
  • The Clash – Guns of Brixton (w/ Paul Simonon intro) – London Calling (Epic) ‘79

<Paul Simonon on Reggae and The Clash; 1 min 25 sec.>

<Reggae History Lesson: Paul Simonon’s bass prowess; 35 sec.>

  • Ben Harper – Burn One Down; Voodoo Child (bootleg); herbtune; Bonn, Germany; 10/20/97
  • The Members – Offshore Banking Business/Pennies in the Pound (Virgin) ’79 UK New Wave group***End of Set 4
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Paul Simonon, bassie for The Clash: When they kick at your front door, how you gonna come? With your hands on your head or on the trigger of your gun
  • Casselberry and DuPree – Positive Vibration; City Down (Icebergg) ’86 Milwaukee, Jah-sconsin; Marley cover; Vinyl is Vital set
  • Derrick Morgan – Great Collie Herb New Style; Sly-Robbie + the Taxi Gang: Purpleman + Friends (Vista Sounds) ’83 UK herbtune
  • The Eclipse Band – Corrupted Society; Inner Reggae Rhythm (Only Roots) ’78 Fr.
  • Dillinger – Melting Pot; Badder Than Them (A & M) ’81 US
  • Barry Brown – Masses of the People; Stand Firm (Justice) ’80? JA***End of Set 5
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Vinyl is Vital out of Jah-waukee. Great female duet on Marley. Smile Jamaica approved!
  • Spiritual Rez – Anunnaki Invasion! + Bring It On; Apocalypse Whenever (Spiritual Rez) 2014; Boston, Jah-suchusetts

<Anunnaki Return from the Heavens; 12 sec.>

  • Jean Binta Breeze – Lovin Wasn Easy; LKJ Preents (LKJ) ’96 UK female dub poet
  • Winston Fergus – Ganja Defenders; 10” EP (Dubwise) mutant dub herbtune***End of Set 6
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Not the Sumerian ZZ Top but the Anunnaki. “Those who come from the sky”. Coming back in 2800 AD.
  • Peter Tosh – Babylon Queendom; Equal Rights (Legacy Edition) (Columbia/Legacy) ’77 dubble disk rarity
  • The Emotions – More Questions Than Answers; Complete Stax/Volt Soul Singles (Stax); US soul females do reggae
  • Elvis Costello & the Imposters – Watching the Detectives; Spectacular Spinning Songbook (Hip O Select) 2011 Rockers do reggae***End of Set 7
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Perhaps the greatest white bwoy Reggae tune of all time.
  • Red I feat. Brother Culture – Jahdgement Time; Jahdgement Time (Red I) 2012 mutant dub out of Phillipines. Mutant dub set
  • Dubblestandart vs. Sly & Robbie – Preemptive Dub (dub rmx); King Size Dub 10 (Echo Beach) Jah-stria dub
  • Gussie Ranks & Alcapone – Bully Bwoy + Herb Affair; 10” (Digital Conscious) 2010 herbtune
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2 Down, 48 to go!: Washington DC legalization on the ballot; Nov. 2014