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Exciting! Perhaps a new "team member"

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Contributors are the life blood of this blog.....granted I have a lot of stuff to share, but there are people round the globe with plenty of more very, very cool stuff to share......this time, a UK resident named Cliff responds to "The Harder They Come" soundtrack, he's a huge reggae guy and has sent some of his favorite reggae stuff for our consumption......I was so impressed I asked him if he would like this to become a semi-regular feature, and I hope he responds in the affirmative, it would off us yet more of both variety and perspective. Anyway, here is what he sent me, I haven't listened to it yet, but tomorrow is gonna be a heavy reggae day.......any of you reggae fans say a kind word and hopefully we can convince Cliff to become a regular member of our team here!

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Trojan Roots and Culture Box Set

Fine collection of roots reggae from 1975 – 1983 on  the Trojan label. Like all box sets there are always a number of tracks that don’t quite hit the spot but disc 1 is worth the price of the box alone.

CD 1: Don’t Cut Off Your Dreadlocks – Conscience Reggae 1975 to 1977

1. Don't Cut Off Your Dreadlocks - Linval Thompson  2. Joyful Locks - U Roy  3. Beautiful Africa - Gregory Isaacs 4. Satta Dread - Wayne Jarrett 5. Satta - I Roy 6. Babylon De Pon Fire - Truth, Fact And Correct 7. Dreadlocks Man - Prince Lincoln & The Royal Rasses 8. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner - Michael Rose 9. Natty Alright - Jah Woosh 10. Jah Forgive Them - Leroy Smart  11. Warrior - Johnny Clarke  12. Africa - Winston Heywood & The Hombres  13. Black Harmony Killer - Jah Stitch
14. Rasta Train - Doctor Alimantado & Raphael Green  15. Last War (Jah Jah Children Arise) - Zap Pow 16. Open The Gate - Watty Burnett  17. An African Child - The Heptones



CD 2: To The Foundations – Rebel Music 1977 to 1979

1. Zion Chant - Freddie McGregor  2. African World Wide – Dillinger  3. Roman Soldiers Of Babylon - The Inner Circle  4. Revolution - Tapper Zukie  5. Confusion In A Babylon (AKA Mutiny) - Niney & The Observers  6. Land Of Love - The Sons Of Light  7. (Stop Your) Brutality - Horace Andy
8. Free Up The Prisoners - Lee Perry  9. What A Gathering - Mike Brooks  10. Glasford manning - Porti
11. To The Foundations (Extended Version) - Dennis Brown  12. Forward With Jah Orthodox - Mystic I13. Blessed Are They - Cornel Campbell  14. Eyes On Africa    - The Mighty Diamonds  15. Zion – Knowledge  16. Trod With Jah - Barrington Levy




CD 3: Free Up Rasta – Dancehall Roots 1979 to 1983 


1. Protect Them - Barry Brown  2. Give Thanks And Praise - Jimmy Riley  3. Marcus Garvey's Back In Town - The In Crowd  4. The Children Are Crying - Alton Ellis  5. Brother Noah - The Black Shadows
6. Lightning And Thunder - Bim Sherman  7. Dreader Than Dread - Sugar Minott  8. Jah Far I On A Pinnacle - Leroy Sibbles  9. Free Up Rasta - Al Campbell  10. Who No (Wa'an Come) - The Wailing Souls  11. Babylon - Tristan Palmer  12. Jah Footsteps - Prince Far I 13. Jah Jah (The Intelligence Of Your Mind) - The Viceroys  14. Jah Love - Anthony Johnson  15. Why You So Craven - Israel Vibration
16. Bring The Sensi Come - Johnny Osbourne  17. Chalice - Charlie Chaplin





Dr Alimantado – Best Dressed Chicken In Town


One of the best, no THE best deejaying album there is. Should be on everybody’s top ten list no matter what genre of music  you are into. Incredible grooves, bass heavy production, good tunes and wonderful toasting from the fine Doctor. Reggae doesn’t get any better than this!


1 Best Dressed Chicken in Town  2 Just the Other Day  3 Poison Flour  4 Gimmie Mi Gun

5 I Killed the Barber  6 Unitone Skank  7 Can't Conquer Natty Dreadlocks  8 Ride On

9  Plead I Cause  10  I Shall Fear No Evil  11 Ital Galore  12 I Am the Greatest Says Muhammed Ali  13 Johnny Was a Baker  14 Tribute to the Duke

http://www18.zippyshare.com/v/RuwfAV5Z/file.html

Dr Alimantado – Born For A Purpose


Doesn’t quite meets the high standard of Best Dressed Chicken but also a wonderful addition to any record collectors library especially those who are into dub and roots reggae


1) Born For A Purpose / Reason For Living 2) Chant To Jah 3) Return Of Muhammed Ali 4) Sons Of Thunder 5) Dreadlocks Dread 6) Call On Jah 7) Careless Ethiopians Repent 8) Oil Crisis 9) Sitting In The Park 10) Marriage License 11) Still Alive
















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