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Episode 45 - Welcome To Jamrock live 3-20-15

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Welcome to the first reggae lover podcast episode of Spring 2015, marking the show’s one year anniversary. I have nothing but appreciation for those of you who listen to and support my podcast. I am in the process of moving and setting up a new studio to be able to continue producing this content so there have been some delays, but that will be over soon. Expect more unique mixes and informative updates to come your way on a weekly basis right here. This mix was recorded live at Studio No. 7 in Atlanta on Friday March 20, 2015 where I represent the theme “Welcome To Jamrock.” This is a refreshing 100% reggae excursion where tunes and good vibes flow all night - a true reggae lover’s event in Atlanta. This audio portion begins with 3 Protoje collaborations off the new ‘Ancient Future’ album featuring Chronixx, Kabaka Pyramid, Jesse Royal, and Sevana. Also in the mix, hear from Bob Marley and the Wailers, Dennis Brown, Barrington Levy, Sluggy Ranks, Luciano, Sizzla, Inner Circle, Beres Hammond and many more.…


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Episode 44 - Live from Rocksteady at the Sound Table

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In this recent live recording hear what happens at the Sound Table in Atlanta as I deliver a mixture of selections from brand new to deep foundation including roots reggae, dubs and lovers rock tunes.   About 28 minutes into the audio Atlanta-based dancehall artist, Dreggae, is well-received by the crowd as he interacts and performs three of his brand new exclusive one-drop songs.   More music follows and Rocksteady promises to remain a solid consistent event each and every month on 1st Sundays with Highlanda Sound and friends at the helm.   Visit my Soundcloud for the full, raw, audio recording including DJ Passport and Aba Shaka in addition to a good amount of other featured content.  …


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Episode 43 - Original Foundation DJ Style

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Hear some essential works from the 60s and 70s by the predecessors of rappers and today’s dancehall artists. Who was the first DJ (dancehall deejay)? This is often debated and I’m not going to get into the argument, but I personally credit U-Roy as the DJ daddy. If Daddy U-Roy wasn’t the 1st, then he certainly had the earliest and largest impact with toasting (rapping) over previously recorded instrumentals in the live dancehall setting. Coxsone Dodd, among many other innovations to his credit, pioneered the recording and production of DJs at Studio One. This mix merely touches upon some of this important dancehall history and I intend to thoroughly exhibit more of the talented foundation artists in future episodes of the Reggae Lover Podcast. There are too many DJs to name who rose to prominence by delivering rhymes over beats on the Jamaican music scene long before The Sugar Hill Gang's 'Rapper’s Delight' was released in 1979 as the first ever rap record. Playlist 1 Junior Byles - Beat Down Babylon 2 Lyricson and Dennis Alcapone - Alpha and Omega 3 Cuture - Zion Gate 4 Prince Mohammed - 40 Leg Dread 5 Johnny Osborne - Murderer 6 Lone Ranger - Keep On Coming A Dance 7 Mighty Diamonds - Pass the Kutchie 8 Charlie Chaplin - Bubbling Telephone 9 Carlton and The Shoes - Love Me Forever 10 Dennis Alcapone - Forever Version 11 Dennis Brown - Money In My Pocket 12 Big Youth - Ah So We Stay 13 Barrington Levy - Mine Your Mouth 14 Louie Lepke - Late Night Movie 15 Alexander Henry - Please Be True 16 Johnny Osborne - Sing Jay Stylee 17 Big Youth - Dread Is Best 18 Delroy Wilson - Never Conqueror (Cousins version) 19 Dennis Alcapone - The Conqueror (Studio One version) 20 Dennis Brown - How Could I Leave 21 Prince Mohammed - Bubbling Love 22 The Heptones - Pretty Looks 23 Michigan and Smiley - Compliment To Studio One 24 Larry Marshall - Throw Me Corn 25 Rude Boyz International - Bring Back The Loving (dub plate) 26 The Techniques - Queen Majesty 27 U-Roy - Chalice In the Palace 28 Gregory Isaacs and U-Roy - Love Is Overdue 29 Jacob Miller and U Brown - Keep On Knocking 30 Freddie McGregor - Bobby Babylon 31 Lone Ranger - No Call Me Cracky 32 Dennis Brown - Sitting and Watching 33 Ranking Dread - Lots of Loving 34 Willie Williams - Armageddon Time 35 Michigan and Smiley - Nice Up the Dance 36 Slim Smith - Never Let Go 37 Lone Ranger - The Answer 38 Horace Andy - Fever 39 Jim Brown - Cure Fi the Fever…


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Episode 42 - One Drop Reggae Freestyle Mix

Length: 43s

This episode starts in 2015 with a couple new entries from Queen Ifrica and Archangel Superpec, but then focuses on one drop remixes, pop music covers, lovers rock, or roots reggae singles mostly from 2012 through 2014. This mix is filled with the sounds of today’s hottest producers and artists like Chronixx, Jah9, Damian Marley, Tarrus Riley, Jah Cure and more. Playlist: 1 Queen Ifrica - Let Me Get To Know You 2 Archangel Superpec - There She Is 3 Maxi Priest featuring Stylo G - Easy To Love (Remix) 4 Beres Hammond - In My Arms 5 Them Island Boyz featuring Jah Cure - Kiss Me Girl 6 Romain Virgo - This Love 7 Sanchez - Now and Forever 8 Tarrus Riley - Young Heart 9 Gyptian - Love You Forever 10 Jah Cure - Love You Anyway 11 Rihanna ft. David Guetta - Right Now (J-Vibe Reggae Remix) 12 Chronixx - Alpha and Omega 13 Mavado - Soldiers (R.I.P Roach) 14 Usher - Climax (Walshy Fire / Jus Bus Reggae Remix) 15 Gappy Ranks - Carpenter 16 Jah9 - Steamers A Bubble 17 Tarrus Riley - For Me 18 Sean Paul featuring Damian Marley 19 Daville - Mirror 20 Tessanne Chin - If You Love Me 21 Shaggy featuring Beres Hammond - Fight This Feeling 22 Roots Queen - Fly With Me 23 Protoje - KIngston Be Wise 24 Busy Signal featuring Damian Marley - Kingston Town (Remix) 25 Jah Bouks - Angola 26 Amy Winehouse featuring Alborosie - Sweet Guitar (Remix) 27 Lutan Fyah - Diamond At Home 28 Tarrus Riley - Cold Girl…


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Episode 41 - Luciano's Greatest Hits

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We salute a living legend, reggae singer Luciano who has released 21 studio albums over the course of a brilliant 22 year career. One of my favorite artists and live performers, Luciano gained prominence around the world during the “Rastafari renaissance” in dancehall that took place in the mid-late 1990s. He established himself as a name synonymous with roots reggae and became one the sub-genre’s pillars. This 1 hour mix of 42 songs focuses heavily on Luciano's material from Where There Is Life, and Messenger, which were albums produced by Phillip "Fattis" Burrell and his Xterminator label. His latest album, The Qabalah Man, was released on the 29th of November 2013. Please support this phenomenally talented artist by buying his music/merchandise and patronizing his live concerts. You will not be disappointed. Luciano Playlist 1 Intro 2 Guess Whats Happening 3 Never Give Up My Pride 4 Final Call 5 Jah Is My Navigator 6 Sweet Jamaica 7 Business Lock 8 Jah Lives 9 If There Was No God 10 Good God 11 Skank If You Skanking 12 Sweep Over My Soul 13 Should I Slumber 14 Come Away 15 Level Up The Unity 16 Glory Be 17 Wicked Haffi Run Away 18 Where There is Life 19 Shake It Up Tonight 20 In This Together 21 Messenger 22 Peace My Brethren Peace 23 Punchline 24 Jah Kingdom featuring Capleton 25 Give Praise/Jah Blessing (dub plate) 26 Who Could It Be 27 Love Jah and Live 28 Ulterior Motive 29 One Way Ticket 30 Oh Father I Love You 31 What We Gonna Do featuring Buju Banton 32 We Be Alright featuring Buju Banton 33 Heaven Help Up All 34 How Can You? 35 Thank You Lord (dub plate) 36 He Is My Friend 37 As the Beat Goes On 38 Win or Lose 39 Your World and Mine 40 Lord Give Me Strength 41 Jah Jah Never Let Me Down 42 Write My Name…


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Episode 40 - The Reggae Defenders

Length: 43s

This Reggae Lover Podcast episode opens with the leader of the reggae revival Protoje explaining that he makes music from his heart and not for the charts. Sizzla can be heard begging “Please do not mash up the dance." George Nooks and Mikey Spice tell stories about having a good time in the dancehall. Alborosie excerpts that Reggae and rubadub music still rock the dancehall to this day. Garnett Silk compares music to the rod that Moses walked with as he led the Father’s people to the promised land. Luciano sings about the many positive effects of reggae music on the body and mind. Richie Stephens and U-Roy sing out about the nicest times when real reggae music used to play. Bryan Art describes the love and confidence that overcomes one when entering the dancehall. Christopher Martin paints the picture of a reggae road block where people are dancing in the streets, creating the perfect chill spot. Crooner Kashief Lindo shares a bit of his personal story on the song “Music Is A Part Of Me.” Steel Pulse, Dubtonic Kru, Gramps Morgan, XO, Hero and Richie Spice all give their take on why Reggae music is so good and what it means to them. Busy Signal goes in about how everybody smiles and unites when positive reggae music is played. Gentleman teams with Sugar Minott to reminisce about the good old days when there was no drama and the musical foundation imparted love and good vibes. Inner Circle alongside The Reggae Wave sing in defense of the genre.   Email reggaeloverpodcast@gmail.com for this full track list or to make requests.…


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Episode 39B - A Late Eighties Reggae Dream (1979 - 1991 Dancehall hits)

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The episode commences with the Sly and Robbie produced version of the Randy Newman song, "Baltimore" from 1979 sung by The Tamlins. Courtney Melody and Dennis Brown follow with big tunes on the Baltimore Riddim before the hit from mighty King Jammys catalog, Dennis Brown's "The Exit.” Wayne Fire’s “Sexy Body” (1991) and “Come Down” by Super Cat from 1988 on the Wild Apache label launch the mix into the late 1980s. Listen for a Kenneth Hoo Kim produced version of the Hypocrite riddim released in 1984, and then almost every song after that point involves producers Bobby Digital, Steely and Clevie, and/or King Jammys. The highlight is the Duck aka Duck Dance riddim from 1988. This was a time when Jammy’s label usually had 10 out of the top 20 songs on Jamaica’s charts and Admiral Bailey was the dominant artist in dancehall and on stage shows. Tracklist 1 The Tamlins - Baltimore 2 Courtney Melody - In The Streets 3 Dennis Brown - The More I Excel 4 Dennis Brown - The Exit 5 Wayne Fire - Sexy Body 6 Super Cat - Come Down 7 Wayne Smith - Karma Chameleon 8 Tony Tuff - Gone Clear 9 Don Angelo - Settlement 10 Earl Sixteen - Come A Long Way 11 Midnight Rider - Hypocrite 12 Pad Anthony - Rub A Dub A Play 13 Johnny Osbourne - Gentle Is The Sound 14 Derrick Parker - My Heart Is Gone 15 Singing Melody - Hurry Back Home 16 Shabba Ranks - Gal Yuh Good 17 Shabba Ranks - Pay Down Pon It 18 Little Twitch - Watch Your Friends Them 19 Anthony Malvo - Run For Your Life 20 Josey Wales - Stamp Out 21 Tiger - The Dam Thing 22 Ninja Man - More Reality 23 Admiral Bailey - Them Have Fe Wait 24 Papa San - Style and Fashion 25 Chaka Demus - Bad Bad Shaka 26 Flourgon - Bounce 27 Red Dragon - Duck Dance 28 Singing Melody and Johnny P - Say You Love Me Baby 29 Bunny General - Must Get Defeat 30 Johnny P - Sound A Sound 31 Cocoa Tea and Charlie Chaplin - Lets Give Thanks 32 John Mouse - Me A Me 33 Chevell Franklyn - No One In The World 34 Lady Venus - Best Friend A Gi You Bun 35 Clement Irie - Loving 36 Johnny P - Cut Up 37 Lady Patra - Gun Inna Panty 38 Ninja Man - Heartical Don…


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Episode 39 - Bob Marley Birthday 2015 Promotional Mix by Highlanda and Archangel

Length: 48s

Please enjoy this promotional mix prepared for an upcoming signature event by myself and SuperPEC.  The mix is comprised of music from the Marleys: Bob, Stephen, Damian, and Kymani along with Sizzla, Capleton, Tessanne Chin, Trey Songs, Bobby Brown, Spragga Benz, and Queen Ifrica. Also listen for reggae giants Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh, Dennis Brown, Horace Andy, Toots, Third World, Freddie McGregor, Ed Robinson, Gregory Isaacs, Willie Williams, Ini Kamozi, Papa Michigan, Johnny Osborne, Half Pint, Garnett Silk, and Steele Pulse. Highlanda Sound will be hosting A Bob Marley Tribute event at Studio No. 7, an art gallery, craft bar, eatery, and lounge in downtown Atlanta, voted Best of 2014 by Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine. The tribute event will be held on Friday, February 6, 2015 from 10pm-3am to commemorate Marley’s 70th birthday, as well as to honor the birthday of Highlanda Sound co-founder ĀGARD.   Highlanda’s Kahlil Wonda, who shares an Aquarius birthdate with his wife, will also be celebrating on this special occasion. Musical selections as global as Marley himself will be presented all night by Highlanda Sound’s other co-founder, SuperPEC Archangel alongside selector M.I.C and surprise guests. Located at 393 Marietta Street near to The World of Coca-Cola and Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, the venue Studio No. 7 is billed as a space for creatives and will offer a blend of art, cuisine, cocktails and music for this event.  Tickets starting at $10 will be available online and at the door. Although he passed away in 1981, Bob Marley’s music still accounts for over half of all reggae music sales, and his message continues to resonate across the globe as a beacon of truth, justice, and love. "Mr. and Mrs. Wonda and I wanted to organize a big Aquarius anniversary, meanwhile Highlanda’s supporters were asking for a special event on a weekend since many folks are unable to attend Rocksteady on 1st Sundays.  This all coincided with Bob’s 70th and Studio No. 7’s interest in hosting an event with Marley-inspired music.  More than just reggae, its an international music phenomena and a great way to infuse people,” said Ä€GARD, founder of Highlanda Sound and ĀGARD Entertainment. About Highlanda Sound Highlanda Sound was started by DJ’s Superpec, Kahlil Wonda, and Ä€GARD, who had a vision of creating an entertaining experiences and promoting reggae music world wide. Highlanda Sound launched in the spring of 1999. To learn more, visit Highlanda.net or call Kahlil Wonda at (404) 552-0492. About Studio No. 7 Located between West Midtown and downtown Atlanta houses an art gallery, test kitchen, and lounge.  The space is reminiscent of a New York City loft with its exposed brick and high ceilings, and is the perfect place for drinks, great food and late night events.  To learn more, visitStudioNo7.com or call Earl Adams at (404) 549-9839. View the event’s Facebook page here.…


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Episode 38 - Barrington Levy Greatest Lovers Rock Classics

Length: 45s

A request from a die-hard fan and a follow-up to my Roots, Reality, and Culture 100% Barrington Levy mix (Reggae Lover Podcast #35), this episode presents the best of love songs from Mr. Levy’s extensive catalog. Take a listen to experience the raw dancehall reggae vibe that ruled from the late 1970’s all the way through the 1980s. Barrington’s vocal delivery is like none other, and some of my personal favorite songs are included here such as "Shine Eye Girl" and "Moonlight Lover" from 1979’s classic 'Bounty Hunter' album released on the Jah Life label and recorded at Channel One studios. Barrington Levy Playlist 1 Like How You Kiss And Caress Me 2 Super Star Girl 3 Mary Long Tongue 4 Shine Eye Gal 5 Sister Carol 6 If You Give To Me 7 Jumpy Girl 8 Dances Are Changing 9 Why Did You Leave Me 10 Wife and Sweet Heart Dem A Friend 11 Shine Eye Girl (alt. version) 12 True Love 13 Shaolin Temple (Pretty Looks) 14 Lonely Man 15 Trying To Rule My Life 16 My Woman 17 21 Girls Salute 18 Moonlight Lover 19 I'm Not In Love 20 Good Loving 21 Mini Bus 22 Love Someone 23 Pick Your Choice 24 She's Mine 25 Here I Come 26 Too Experienced…


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Episode 37 - A Love I Can Feel aka Tempted To Touch

Length: 33s

This is another listener suggested mix specially prepared for the reggae lover podcast. The 'A Love I Can Feel' rhythm was first released on a vocal by John Holt under the same name in 1970. It was produced by Coxsone Dodd at Studio One and was a sizeable hit. John Holt re-recorded his original vocal a number of times (about once per decade) including for Henry ‘Junjo' Lawes' Volcano label, King Jammy, and the Parish label. The rhythm has been used around 100 times, most frequently by King Jammy and Donovon Germain of Penthouse Records. Please download using the link below, and feel free to spread the word to fellow reggae lovers. Also email reggaeloverpodcast@gmail.com to make suggestions, requests or comments, and to get additional information. Playlist: 1 John Holt - A Love I Can Feel - Studio One 2 Dennis Alcapone - A Love I Can Feel - Studio One 3 Freddie McGregor - When I’m Ready - Studio One 4 George Scott - Love You Still - Studio One 5 Cornell Campbell - Give Your Love To Me - Gorgon 6 Prince Jazzbo - Straight To I-Roy Head - Lagoon 7 Shinehead - Golden Touch - African Love 8 Josey Wales - Weh Dem A Go Do “86" - Tuff Gong 9 Nana McClean - Nana’s Medley - Penthouse 10 Sanchez - Wont Last A Day - Germain 11 Tony Tuff - I've Got To Get You - Penthouse 12 Richie Stephens - Trying To Get To You - Penthouse 13 Tony Rebel - Fresh Vegetable - Penthouse 14 Pinchers - Stand By Me Pt. 2 - Penthouse 15 Sanchez - I Can’t Wait - Digital B 16 Beres Hammond - Tempted To Touch 17 Beres Hammond and Cutty Ranks - Love Me Haffi Get 18 Pinchers - Dreams and Illusions - Jammys 19 Frankie Paul - Benefit of the Doubt - Black Scorpio…


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Episode 36 - Stalag meets Sleng Teng

Length: 34s

Show Notes It’s brings me great pleasure to release this episode which features two riddims that were suggested by my listeners: the Stalag version and the Sleng Teng rhythm. If you have ever been to a reggae dance or concert, you have definitely heard songs on one or both of these legendary riddim tracks which have had a dominating prominence in the dancehall for three decades. I selected this 22 song playlist out of the hundreds of tunes that have been recorded over these versions. The mix is comprised mostly of the original cuts produced by Winston “Techniques” Riley and Lloyd ‘King Jammy’ James. Please submit playlist suggestions and feedback to ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com. History In Jamaica, the Stalag version (or Stalag riddim) is a popular reggae rhythm, which came to prominence in the 1970s. It was originally written and performed as "Stalag 17" (named after the 1953 war film) by Ansell Collins, and released by Winston Riley's Techniques record label in 1973. It was mainly used for dub instrumental versions, often b-sides of records. The rhythm also influenced early hip-hop, and can be discerned on Public Enemy's hit 'Don't Believe the Hype' as well as on Too Short's Blowjob Betty. Sleng Teng is the name given to the first fully computerized riddim in Jamaican music. The riddim, which was created by the collaboration between King Jammy and Wayne Smith, was titled "Under Mi Sleng Teng". Wayne Smith found the computerized sound in Noel Davey's keyboard, and together he and Davey arranged the riddim, slowed it down, matched it to Smith's key, and rehearsed on it with lyrics inspired by Barrington Levy's "Under Mi Sensi" and Yellowman's "Under me fat ting”, before taking it to Jammy's studio in late 1984. The riddim itself is apparently an attempt to recreate Eddie Cochran's 1959 rockabilly song "Somethin' Else." It is a pattern found in the Casio MT-40 home keyboard. After the riddim was brought to the studio and Jammy heard it, he then slowed it further and placed piano and a clap on it. Jammy recorded a number of other artists on the original backing track including Tenor Saw (with "Pumpkin Belly"), and Johnny Osbourne (with "Buddy Bye"). The tunes were first unleashed at a now legendary soundclash between Jammy's own sound system and Black Scorpio at Waltham Park Road on February 23, 1985. Stalag 17 Playlist 1 Frankie Paul - Don’t Worry Yourself - Volcano 2 General Echo - Arlene - Techniques 3 Admiral Tibett - Trouble To A Man - Techniques 4 Little Kirk - Whats Love Got To Do - Techniques 5 Yami Bolo - Take It Easy - Techniques 6 Cocoa Tea - We Do The Killing - Digital B 7 Super Beagle - Soundboy Dust Out - Techniques 8 Tenor Saw and Buju Banton - Ring The Alarm Quick - Techniques 9 Sister Nancy - Bam Bam - Techniques 10 Cutty Ranks - Rude Bwoy Game - Techniques 11 Nicodemus - Suzy Wong - Skengdon Sleng Teng Playlist 1 Wayne Smith - Under Me Sleng Teng - Jammys 2 Tenor Saw - Pumpkin Belly - Jammys 3 Echo Minott - Original Fat Ting - Jammys 4 Buddy Bye - Johnny Osbourne - Jammys 5 Josey Wales - Cowboy Style - Jammys 6 Yelloman - Reggae Ambassador - Jammys 7 Tony Curtis - Weak - John John 8 Anthony Red Rose - Under Me Fat Ting - King Tubbys 9 John Wayne - Call The Police For Me - Jammys 10 Super Cat - Trash and Ready - Jammys 11 Frankie Paul - Cassandra - Steely and Clevie…


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Episode 35 - Barrington Levy Roots, Reality, and Culture

Length: 36s

Barrington Levy is one of the only reggae singers to have great success throughout the entire decade of the the 1980s. He recorded prolifically with many of his releases topping charts in Jamaica and the UK. He has maintained his relevance in the dancehall from then until now. A Reggae Lover Podcast listener suggested that I feature Barrington’s work, so I have selected this portion of tunes which highlights some on my favorite reality tunes and features many of the Joe Gibbs and Volcano roots recordings. A follow-up mix that covers lovers rock will be coming soon. Barrington Levy Playlist: 1 Now A Days 2 Don’t Fuss or Fight 3 Do Good 4 Murderer 5 Too Poor 6 Praise His Name 7 Sensimelea 8 Under Me Sensi 9 Collie Weed 10 Dont Pretend 11 Mine Your Mouth 12 This Little Boy 13 Jah Is With Me 14 Prison Oval Rock 15 Money Move 16 Teach The Youths 17 Black Roses 18 My Time…


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Episode 34 - The Lalabella Riddim, Social Commentary, Drum and Bass.

Length: 36s

The mix opens with Queen Ifrica, Anthony B, and Bushman singing about police brutality from a Jamaican perspective. Its similar to the state of affairs in America right now, but the authorities who perpetuate corruption on the Jamaican streets are also of African descent primarily. Riddims featured include Lalabella, Tempo, Shank I Sheck, Rockfort Rock, Promised Land, and Darker Shade of Black among others, while the subject-matter is conscious, spiritual and cultural. The finale is "Splashing Dashing" - the 23rd Psalm being performed by Garnett Silk on the Fattis Burrell Exterminator label’s version named Champion In The Arena. Rest In Peace to Garnett Silk who flew away home almost exactly 20 years ago. Playlist: 1 Queen Ifrica - Babylon Blunder 2 Anthony B - Good Cop 3 Anthony B - Police 4 Anthony B - Fire Bun Now 5 Bushman - Robbery 6 Aaron Silk - The Right Path 7 Uton Green - No Looking Back 8 Lebanculah and Sugar Black - Oh Jah 9 Everton Blender - Ghetto People Song 10 Tony Rebel - Why Be Afraid 11 Bounty Killer and Junior Reid - This World Too Haunted 12 Glen Washington - Why 13 Garnett Silk and Capleton - Complaint 14 Luciano - One Way Ticket 15 Luciano - Raggamuffin 16 Everton Blender - Blow Your Nose 17 Beres Hammond - Freedom 18 Garnett Silk - Splashing Dashing…


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Episode 33 - Studio One Riddims, The Legacy Continues

Length: 33s

Sir Coxsone Dodd's legacy is large and in charge here at the Reggae Lover Podcast. This episode was created to feed the demand for more Studio 1 sounds.  Listen for remakes of foundation riddims like Far East, Boops, Entertainment, Love Bump, and more.   Playlist: 1 Wayne Wonder - Can’t Test Highlanda (dub plate) 2 Lady Ann - Informer 3 Yami Bolo - The Father Vex And Strike Back 4 Robert French - Meet Me By The River 5 Icho Candy - Selassie I 6 Tristan Palmer - Entertainment 7 Amazin Papa G (R.B.I Crew) - Miss Good Looking (dub plate) 8 White Mice - True Love 9 Andrew Bell - Listen To The Words (dubplate) 10 Mikey Melody - Highlanda A Big Bad Sound (dubplate) 11 Johnny Slaughter - Confusion 12 Gregory Isaacs - Lead Me 13 Cocoa Tea - Rikers Island 14 Sanchez featuring Bounty Killer - Searching 15 J.C. Lodge - Love Rewind 16 Maxi Priest - Bonafied Love 17 Sanchez - Rearrange My Live 18 Gregory Isaacs - Greedy For You Love 19 Singing Melody featuring Mad Cobra - Your Wish 20 Busy Signal - Dem Nuh Care 21 Busy Signal - Dat Me Love 22 Romain Virgo - Live Mi Life…


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Episode 32 - The Neo Roots Reggae Revival

Length: 1s

This episode contains 40 of today's most poweful songs recorded by Jamaican artists. These are songs of revolution, freedom cries, and warrior chants from the artists that currently carry the reggae banner including Protoje, Chronixx, Jesse Royal, and Kabaka Pyramid. Listen for songs from Etana's new album "I Rise," Jah9's new album "New Name," and I-Octane's "My Journey," all featured in this episode.  Please support these artists by purchasing their music. Playlist: 1 Kabaka Pyramid and Chronixx - Ghetto Blues 2 Jah9 - New Name 3 Etana - Stepping Out Of Babylon 4 Torch - Blazing 5 Shuga - Freedom 6 Busy Signal - Nah Follow Dem 7 Mr. Perfect - Awake 8 Lutan Fyah - Rebel Warrior 9 Jah9 - Imagine 10 Kabaka Pyramid ft. Masicka - Choppinz 11 Lutan Fyah - Sorry Fi Dem 12 Chronixx - Judgement 13 Chronixx - Capture Land 14 Jah9 - Intention 15 Tarrus Riley & Kabaka Pyramid - Fly Di Gate 16 Zebi Lion - Blaze Again 17 Kelissa - Sellassie I Way 18 Shuga - Ebony 19 Etana - I Rise 20 Jesse Royal - Muddy Road 21 I-Octane - Blood A Go Run 22 Pressure ft. Chronixx - Africa Redemption 23 Kabaka Pyramid - Global Warning 24 Cherine - Wah Dat Fah 25 Chronixx - I Am Chronixx 26 Shuga - Bun Dem Down 27 Iba Mahr - Red Fire 28 Chronixx - Capitalist 29 Tasha T - Bed of Fire 30 I-Octane - Babylon 31 I-Octane ft. Ky-Mani Marley - A Yah Wi Deh 32 Kabaka Pyramid - Never Gonna Be A Slave 33 Historyman - Fire Fe The Heathen 34 Bugle - Real Soldier (I Want Jah) 35 Iba Mahr - Let Jah Lead The Way 36 Chronixx - Warrior 37 Exco Levi - Ready to Revolute 38 I-Octane - Jah Jah Warrior 39 Chronixx - Di Youth Dem 40 Jah9 ft. Protoje - Legitimate…


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Episode 31 - The Queens of Reggae Music (1960s and 70s)

Length: 50s

Recordings selected and mixed in this episode are by female singers, mostly from the magical golden age of reggae and rocksteady, the finest years of the genre. You will hear a great deal of songs from dominant labels of the period, Studio One and Trojan as well as the reigning prolific artists Phyllis Dillon and Marcia Griffiths among others. Certainly a unique listening experience, please enjoy this musical treat and keep your feedback coming in to reggaeloverpodcast@gmail.com. Thank you very much. One love!   Playlist: 1 Jennifer Lara - Natural Mystic 2 Angela Prince - No Bother With No Fuss Or Fight 3 Susan Cadogan - Fever 4 Nana McLean -Till I Kissed You 5 Doreen Shaffer - Try A Little Smile 6 Marcia Griffiths - The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face 7 Phyllis Dillon - The Right Track 8 Hortense Ellis - I’m Just A Girl 9 Patsy Wallace - Moonlight Lover 10 Cecile Campbell - Whisper To Me 11 Marcia Aitken - I’m Still In Love 12 Althea and Donna - Uptown Top Ranking 13 Nana McLean - Have I Sinned 14 Marcia Griffiths - Feel Like Jumping 15 Phyllis Dillon - Picture On The Wall 16 Judy Mowatt - She Kept On Talking 17 Marcia Griffiths - I Shall Sing 18 Phyllis Dillon - One Life To Live 19 Jennifer Lara - Consider Me 20 Doreen Schafer - I Don’t Know Why 21 Nora Dean - Barbwire 22 Charlotte - Banake 23 Judy Mowatt - Rescue Me 24 Rita Marley - One Draw 25 Norma Frasier - First Cut 26 Phyllis Dillon - Perfida 27 Judy Mowatt - I Shall Sing 28 The Soulettes - Bring It Up 29 Phyllis Dillon - If You Knew 30 Phyllis Dillon - A Thing Of The Past 31 Millie Small - My Boy Lollipop…


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Episode 30 - The Legendary TAXI Riddim

Length: 39s

The TAXI riddim has been around for a long time, and it will never leave the dancehall. This riddim is foundation!! I kicked off this special mix with the Sister Nancy hit entitled One Two which was released around 1976 by producer Winston Riley on the Techniques label. There are a few earlier versions of Taxi, but once Sly and Robbie cut their version, the riddim really took off.  You will hear 30 tracks in the mix, ranging from the 1980s to 2009. This unique mix was suggested by a subscriber.  How does this compare to other Taxi riddim mixes you have heard?  Use #ReggaeLover across all social media when sharing the links or giving feedback, or email directly to ReggaeLoverPodcast@Gmail.com. Tracklist: 1 Sister Nancy – One Two2 Yelloman and Fathead – Bam Bam3 Sister Nancy and Yellowman – Bloodstain4 Sanchez – Some Guys5 Wayne Wonder – Anything For You6 Scotty – Shining Star7 Wayne Wonder – Fast Car8 Foxy Brown – Baby Can I Hold You Tonight9 Junie Ranks – Lick Out10 Tiger – Ram Dancehall11 Tony Rebel – New DJ Is Coming12 Bounty Killer – The Lord Is My Salvation13 Freddie MvGregor – Prophecy14 Hammermouth – The Great15 General Threes – Road Code16 Johnny Osborne – Reasons17 Junior Reid – Bubblers18 Little John – True Confessions19 Burro Banton – Dem A Gangster20 Andrew Bell – Escape The Beating (Dubplate)21 Rude Boyz International – Champion (Dubplate)22 Mikey Melody – Mellow (Dubplate)23 Capleton and Uplifter – Africa Bound24 Sadiki – Lost Without You25 Michelle Gordon – Exhale Shoop Shoop26 Ambelique – Taxi27 Bitty McClean – Lately (Jamaican Mix)28 Mr. Vegas – Gangsta Law (Radio)29 Buju Banton – Driver30 Elephant Man – Bring It RELATED ARTICLES Modern Hit Songs on Classic Studio One Riddims 1990’s Reggae Music, Top Songs and Riddims from the Dancehall The Biggest Lovers Rock Anthems of the 90s The Top Conscious Reggae Collaborations of the 1990′s Affairs of The Heart – 100% Buju Banton for the Ladies Rewind and Come Again! Jamaica: Island is a rhythm Hipster’s Don’t Dance’s Top 5 World Carnival Tunes for September 2014 HOT TUNE: AK Songstress – Bull Boy Deep Jandu & Gangis Khan – My Girl…


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Episode 29 - Sugar Minott and Friends

Length: 49s

The Godfather of dancehall, the late Sugar Minott is joined by singers Al Campbell, Leroy Smart, Half Pint, Cocoa Tea, Anthony Malvo, Chuck Turner, and Trevor Sparks from the 1980s in this mix of crucial selections which also features the toasting of DJs like Charlie Chaplin, Josey Wales, Shabba Ranks, Admiral Bailey, Lieutenant Stitchie,  and Daddy Lizard in addition to giants from the 1990s dancehall reggae era such as Sanchez, Garnett Silk, Luciano, and Bounty Killer. Tracklist: 1    Sugar Minott - Dancehall Stylee2    Charlie Chaplin and Sugar Minott - 4 Wheel Wheelie3    Sugar Minott - Frontline4    Luciano, Josey Wales and Charlie Chaplin - Rebel With A Cause5    Sugar Minott - Jah Is On My Side6    Al Campbell - They Talk About Love7    Charlie Chaplin - Diet Rock8    Josey Wales - Undercover Lover9    Josey Wales - You Nuh Wrong Fe Send Come Call Me10  Beres Hammond - Full Attention11  Sugar Minott - Run Things12  Sugar Minott - Good Thing Going13  Sugar Minott - Bubbling14  Sanchez - Don’t Worry15  Garnett Silk - Its Growing16  Leroy Smart - Some A Talk Friend17  Half Pint - Substitute Lover18  Santana (Dub) - Dead Tonight19  Sugar Minott - Buy Off The Bar20  Josey Wales - Leggo Me Hand21  Cocoa Tea - I’ve Lost My Sonia22  Anthony Malvo and Daddy Lizard - Greatest Gal Lover23  Trevor Sparks - Bye Bye Love24  Josey Wales - Grooving25  Admiral Bailey - Old Time Something26  Shabba Ranks - Get Up Stand Up And Rock27  Bounty Killer - Inspired By God28  Anhtony Malvo - Bad Minded People29  Cornell Campbell - Mix Up Family30  Super Black - Got To Be Careful31  Johnny Osborne - On The Right Track32  Al Campbell - Easy Loving33  Chuck Turner - I Need You34  Cocoa Tea - Come Again35  Pinchers - Champion Bubbler36  Little John - Block Traffic37  Lt. Stitchie - Wear Yuh Size38  Josey Wales - Whole Heap Of Corn English: Sugar Minott performing at the 2008 Winnipeg Ska and Reggae Festival. (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Related articles Super Stars of Reggae (1987-1989) The Top Conscious Reggae Collaborations of the 1990′s Dubplates, Ganja Tunes, and Studio One Riddims Foundation Roots, Reality and Culture Shabba Ranks Greatest Hits MP3 Download Sanchez and Friends - Reggae Lover #4 Tribute to Studio One by Highlanda on Reggae Vault Classics Reggae Vault Classics Features Henry "Junjo" Lawes & Hits From Volcano Classic Reggae Mix from Da Music Vault with Kahlil Wonda (10-2-13 ) #BringTheSting The 30th Anniversary of Sting, the Greatest One Night Reggae Dancehall Show on Earth…


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Episode 28 - Buju for the Ladies

Length: 50s

This is the another exclusively Buju Banton episode, this time focusing on the subjects of love, relationships, and sex. Gargamel, always a favorite with the female fan-base sets a high lyrical standard with efficient delivery as he sings, chants, and raps to and about the ladies. Buju Banton Playlist: Affairs of the Heart One to One Make You Mine Good Lookin' Gal I Wanna Be Loved Love Sponge Don't Give Way Me Tings Miss Ready Body Can't Be My Lover Love Me Brownin Love Black Woman If Loving Was A Crime Go If You Want Girl U Know Good Body Try Offa Yuh Buy Love Paid Not Played Champion Gone A Lead Water Man Your Night Tonight It's All Over Love Haffi Request Be My Love Tonight Love You Like Make My Day Red Rose Sense of Purpose Hush Baby Hush…


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Episode 27 - Buju Banton One Drop Reality and Culture

Length: 1s

In tribute to the the great Buju Banton aka Mark Myrie, Episode 27 of the #ReggaeLover podcast features conscious one drop collaborations, singles and songs from albums: Mr. Mention, Voice of Jamaica, Til Shiloh, Inna Heights, Unchained Spirit, Too Bad, Rasta Got Soul, and the Grammy award winning Before The Dawn.   …


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Episode 26 - Foundation Roots, Rock, Reggae

Length: 1s

We present to you some essential Roots reggae cuts, mostly from the 1970s.  These songs deal with the everyday lives and aspirations of the artists concerned, including the spiritual side of Rastafari and the honoring of God.   The featured artists provide social commentary, report on social issues and deliver lyrical themes including sprituality, resistance to government, black pride and repatriation.   You will hear Studio One classics, gems from Tuff Gong, and quintessential Trojan recordings among others. Enjoy the musical mix! Song List: 1 Freddie McGregor - Rastaman Camp2 Bob Marley - Africa Unite3 Black Uhuru - Sensimilia4 Sammy Dread - Road Block5 Hugh Mundell - Rasta Have The Handle6 The Gladiators - Easy Squeeze7 Black Uhuru - Guess Who's Coming To Dinner8 Black Uhuru - Plastic Smile9 Gregory Isaacs - Slave Master10 John Holt - Up Park Camp11 John Holt - Tribal War12 Barrington Levy - No Fuss Or Fight13 Jacob Miller - Tired Fe Lick Weed Inna Bush14 Barrington Levy - Do Good15 Barrington Levy - Murderer16 Carlton Livingston - 100 Weight of Collie Weed17 Bob Marley - Forever Loving Jah18 Bob Marley - Them Belly Full19 Bob Marley - Rebel Music20 Don Carlos - Natty Dread Have the Credentials21 Half Pint - Political Fiction22 John Holt - Police In Helicopter23 Jacob Miller - Tenement Yard24 Gregory Isaacs - Border25 Yabby You & The Prophets - Babylon A Fall26 Yabby You & Tony Tuff - Falling Babylon27 Burning Spear - Follow Marcus Garvey28 U Brown - Jah Is My Father Still29 Delroy Wilson - Better Must Come30 Dennis Alcapone & Delroy Wilson - It Must Come31 Barrington Levy - Teach The Youth32 Cocoa Tea - Rasta Man33 Sugar Minott - Give Me Jah Jah34 U-Roy - Gorgon Wise35 Johnny Osborne - Truths and Rights36 Bob Marley - Time Will Tell37 Burning Spear - Columbus38 Freddie McGregor - Bobby Babylon39 Johnny Osbourne - Jah Promise40 Sugar Minott - Jah Jah Children41 Johnny Osborne - Jah Righteous Plan…


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Episode 25 - The Ladies of Lovers Rock Reggae Today

Length: 55s

First, let me set the mood.  Pour some libation, dim the lights, and spark a candle or some incense.  Then turn up this unbelievably sexy audio to be experienced with that special someone in your life.  I'm proud to present the first all-female vocal mix in this Reggae Lover Series.  Definitely a breath of fresh air in the male-dominated reggae industry, these starlets represent for empresses everywhere as they perform their songs of love over warm one drop bass lines. Song List:  1 Protoje featuring Tessanne Chin - Someone Like You 2 Cherine Anderson - Beautiful Thing 3 Kelissa - Love Letter 4 Jah9 - Mr. Right 5 Jah9 - Avocado 6 Ms. Paige - Island Love 7 Stephanie - Your Love 8 Etana - 4 Play 2 Love (Start Over) 9 Etana - Richest Girl 10 DeJah - Week In My Knees 11 Tanya Stephens - Weather Change 12 Tanya Stephens - Wine Up Pon Mi 13 Jessica - Foolish 14 Donna Marie - Bad Bad Boy 15 Sophia Squire - My Love, My Love 16 Timeka Marshall - Lying Love 17 Alaine - Better Than This 18 Etana - Silly 19 Alaine - So In Love 20 Timeka Marshall - No One But You 21 Alaine - Amazing 22 Timeka Marshall - New Man 23 Alicia Keys featuring Junior Reid - No One 24 Marcia Griffiths - Deep In My Heart 25 Lady Stephanie - Guardian Angel 26 Carol Gonzales - Spoiled By Your Love 27 Nadine Sutherland - Who Is Gonna Love Me 28 Cecile - Popular Girl 29 Carol Gonzales - Nothing Else Will Do 30 Shuga - Sup M Sup M 31 Timeka Marshall - When You Play That Song 32 Kelissa - Sing…


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Episode 24 - Studio One Foundation Riddims Live On

Length: 57s

Welcome to another episode of the Reggae Lover Podcast. This installment takes us on a Studio One rhythm excursion, but instead of the original vault classics, here I feature songs produced and released in the last two decades. This mix highlights some of the best new recordings on remade versions of defining riddims recorded at Studio One such as "Answer," "Love Me Forever," "Vanity," "Cuss Cuss," and more. Studio One is one of Jamaica's most renowned record labels and recording studios, having been described as the Motown of Jamaica. The record label was involved with most of the major music movements in Jamaica during the 1960s and 1970s including ska, rocksteady, reggae, dub and dancehall. Learn more about Studio One here. TRACK LIST: 1 - Gappy Ranks - Put The Stereo On 2 - Chezidek - Far-I 3 - Luciano - Skank If You Skanking 4 - Sanchez - Praise Him 5 - Shinehead - Promises 6 - Burro Banton - Tek A Set 7 - Anthony B - Warrior 8 - Sizzla - Solid As A Rock 9 - Morgan Heritage - Reggae Music 10 - Sizzla - Jah Never Fail I 11 - Luciano - Where There Is Life 12 - Ray Darwin - False Alarm 13 - Sizzla - Just One Of Those Days 14 - Beres Hammond - They’re Gonna Talk 15 - Buju Banton - Innocent 16 - Jamelody - Love Crazy 17 - Gappy Ranks - Pumpin Belly 18 - Macka B - Never Play A 45 19 - Tarrus Riley - Protect Your Neck 20 - Warrior King - Melody 21 - Brian and Tony Gold - Sex Me 22 - Hopeton James - Send Your Threat (dubplate) 23 - Richie Spice - Youths Dem A Get Cold 24 - Beres Hammond - One Love, One Life 25 - Sanchez - Kiss Me Once 26 - Terror Fabulous - Can’t Stop Di Princess 27 - Sanchez - Chronic 28 - Doniki & Steady Ranks - Trod On 29 - Anthony B - One Thing 30 - Capleton - Can’t Sleep At Night 31 - Stevie Face - Can’t Go Round It 32 - Torch - I Need Your Love 33 - Anthony Cruz featuring Nikkiesha Barnes - Hold Me 34 - Romain Virgo - Live Mi Life 35 - Buju Banton - Lipstick Stains 36 - Etana featuring Vybrant - I Love U 37 - Eljai - The Leaders 38 - Luciano - Give Praise (dubplate) 39 - Garnet Silk - Kingly Character 40 - Chris Demontague - Love Is In The Air (Dub Mix) 41 - Gyptian - Never Seen Love Like This 42 - Tinga Stewart and Princess Jameli - Guilty…


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Episode 23 - New Inspirational Reggae, Brighter Days are Here Again

Length: 1s

This installment of the Reggae Lover Podcast focuses on motivational songs performed by the finest artists of today including Alborosie from Italy, Zebulun from Trinidad, Gentleman from Germany, and Jamaica’s reggae revival catalysts: Chronixx, Protoje, Kabaka Pyramid, Jah 9, and Jesse Royal among others. Select veteran artists are featured here as well, all singing uplifting and encouraging lyrics of socially conscious, responsible, and spiritual subject matter. Please research each of these artists, purchase their music, and support this very important resurgence in the global reggae music movement.  Links to purchase most of the songs are provided in the track list below. Track List: 1 Alborosie featuring Spiritual – Marathon2 Alborosie featuring Gentleman – Celebration3 ReneGrade – Black Survivor4 Agent Sasco – Rebellious Nature5 Spectacular – We Can Do It6 Jah Bouks – No Slave7 Kelissa – Wake Up8 Koxx – Believer9 Jah Cure – Life We Live10 Chronixx – Wall Street11 Protoje featuring Chronixx – Who Knows (feat. Chronixx)12 Spragga Benz featuring Marcia Griffiths – No Way No How feat. Marcia Griffiths13 Sizzla – Chant Dem Down14 Zebulun – Better Will Come15 Lutan Fyah featuring Chronixx – Cyaaan Do We Nothing (feat. Chronixx)16 Jah 9 – Reverence17 Iba Mahr – Great is H.I.M18 Chronixx – Here Comes Trouble19 Jesse Royal – Modern Day Judas – Single20 Christopher Martin – Jah Light21 Chronixx – Eternal Fire22 Kabaka Pyramid featuring Protoje – Warrior23 Kelissa featuring Keznamdi – Gideon (feat. Keznamdi)24 Kelissa – Afrika25 Dubtonic Crew – Nah Give Up26 Etana – People Talk27 Protoje – Resist Not Evil28 Jimmy Reid – Nah Give Up29 Etana – I am Not Afraid (Acoustic)30 Chronixx – Champion31 Chronixx – Beat & A Mic32 Warrior King – Never Lose My Culture33 Chronixx featuring Kabaka Pyramid, Sizzla, & Protoje – Selassie Souljahz34 Protoje – Our Time Come35 Chronixx – Odd Ras36 Chronixx – Spirulina37 Kabaka Pyramid – World Wide Love38 Kelissa featuring Kabaka Pyramid – Word Power Sound39 Chronixx – Thanks and Praise40 Chronixx – Ain’t No Giving in41 Sizzla – I Am No Better42 Sizzla – It’s a Rocky Road43 Jah Sun and Kabaka Pyramid – Foundation44 Kabaka Pyramid featuring Chronixx – Mi Alright45 Chronixx – Life Over Death46 Kabaka Pyramid – Liberal Opposer47 Hyah Slyce – Jah Is My Keeper48 Etana – I am Strong49 Chronixx – Like A Whistle50 Nas and Damian Marley – Count Your Blessings51 Jesse Royal – Light Like A Feather52 Masicka – Me Seh Life53 Mavado – At The Top (Just Us)54 Charly Black – Unstoppable55 Tessanne Chin Ft. Alaine, Tami Chynn & Queen Ifrica – Beautiful Sista…


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Episode 22 - Super Cat takes Center Stage

Length: 53s

Super Cat is a deejay who achieved widespread popularity during the late 1980s and early 1990s dancehall movement. His nickname, "Wild Apache", was given to him by his mentor Early B. He is the elder brother of reggae artist Junior Cat and is considered one of the greatest deejays within the Jamaican dance-hall scene to date. This is not a commercial mix so if your'e looking for collabos with Kriss Kross, Biggie Smalls, and 112 recorded after Cat was signed to Columbia Records, you are in the wrong place.   This mix goes back to the roots in the Cockburn Pen / Seaview Gardens section of Kingston and tours through recordings produced by Steely & Clevie, King Jammy's, and his own Wild Apache Productions label.   About an hour in length, here is the #ReggaeLover tribute to Super Cat, a major figure in the positive-consciousness dancehall movement.  …


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Episode 21 - Augustus Pablo, The Original Rocker

Length: 49s

Augustus Pablo, was a Jamaican roots reggae and dub record producer, melodica player and keyboardist, active from the 1970s onwards. He popularized the use of an instrument called the melodica.In his role as musician and producer he has helped to shape the reggae music genre. Show Notes Vocalist Jacob Miller, who was heavily influenced by Pablo, starts this episode off with "Baby I Love You So" followed by the dub version of said tune entitled "King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown."  Both works can be found on the 'Easy Skanking' album.  His album King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown (1976) is often regarded as one of the most important examples of dub.  Selections heard in this mix include quintessential tracks from classic albums 'Ital Dub,' 'East of the River Nile,' 'Java Java Dub,' and 'Valley Of Jehosaphat,' among others.   Also listen out for Wayne Wonder in dubplate style singing over the Java riddim for Highlanda Sound, and the voice of SuperPEC on his exclusive "Mommy Dearest," for which he chose the "East of River Nile" instrumental in tribute to Pablo.    …


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Episode 20 - Lee 'Scratch' Perry

Length: 59s

Welcome to Episode 20 of the Reggae Lover Podcast, my first "dubwise" edition. This mix was specially requested by Ras Jamal in Savannah, Georgia and features the musical productions and performances of Lee "Scratch" Perry exclusively.   One of the pioneers in the development of dub music and remixing in addition to numerous other innovations in production, Lee 'Scratch' Perry truly paved the way for the EDM, Hip-Hop, and Reggae movements of today. Show Notes.   We start off in the 60 - 70 BPM range with The Upsetters' Curly Dub and move into a couple different dub versions of Satisfy My Soul featuring Bob Marley and The Wailers.  The Upsetters' Super Ape is up next, leading into a "Vibrate On" medley.  Augustus Pablo, Max Romeo, Hugo Blackwood and Dr. Alimantado are featured on the riddim alongside Perry and The Upsetters.  A cool blend transitions from there into Bob Marley dub once again with "Live," a Lively Up Yourself dub version and then a Screw Face dub version entitled "Face Man." Junior Murvin can then be heard singing "Roots Train," followed by his massive hit tune "Police And Thieves."  I selected 3 tracks from Perry's "Arkology" box set on the same riddim.  The voices of Glen DaCosta and Jah Lion are featured in this set along with some wicked Saxophone and the masterful instrumentation of Lee Perry dubbing out on the board.   For the next few tracks I go into the Jungle Dub album, my favorite album of Perry's work.  The very heavy-weight Super Ape album, Ras Jamal's highest rated Scratch Perry album is also a focal point of this mix.  Other noteable selections served up are "Bad Walking" with Tommy McCook and "I Chase The Devil/Croaking Lizard" with Max Romeo and Prince Jazzbo.   Please email me (reggaeloverpodcast@gmail.com) if you want the full tracklist. My wish is that listeners will hear this mix and go looking for Lee Perry's music to purchase.  Dub music should be a part of every reggae lover's music collection.  …


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Episode 19 - The Finest Years of Lovers Rock

Length: 54s

Tracklist 1 I-Roy - Welding 2 Frankie Jones - Wonderful World 3 Mighty Diamonds - Love Me Girl 4 Barrington Levy - Dances Are Changes 5 Michael Palmer - Pauline 6 Sanchez - Still In Love 7 Little John - All Over Me 8 Midnight Rider - Rucumber 9 Jah Thomas - Ghetto Dance 10 Heptones - Breaking Up 11 Barry Brown - Make It With You 12 Gregory Isaacs - Night Nurse 13 Marcia Griffiths - No No No 14 Gregory Isaacs - Tune In 15 John Holt - Satisfaction 16 Marcia Griffiths - Truly 17 Heptones - I’ve Got The Handle 18 Alton Ellis - Willow Tree 19 Gregory Isaacs - Soon Forward 20 Barrington Levy - My Woman 21 Bitty McClean - Cruising 22 Barry Brown - Sister Magling 23 Gregory Isaacs - Number One 24 Ken Boothe - When I Fall In Love 25 John Holt - Stick By Me 26 Phyliss Dilon - Picture On The Wall 27 Alton Ellis - Im Just A Guy 28 Johnny Osborne - Cant Buy My Love 29 Bob Andy - Let Them Say 30 Alton Ellis - Sitting In The Park 31 Ken Boothe - Without Love 32 Dobby Dobson - Loving Pauper 33 Ken Boothe - Moving Away 34 The Paragons - Danger In Your Eyes 35 Bob And Marcia - Always Together 36 Marcia Griffiths - Sea Of Love 37 Bitty McClean - Walk Away From Love 38 Alton Ellis - Rock Steady 39 John Holt - Stealing 40 Bob Andy - Too Experience 41 Horace Andy - Fever 42 Marcia Griffiths - I Need Love 43 Dennis Brown - Cassandra 44 Dennis Brown - Westbound Train 45 Phyliss Dilon - One Life To Live 46 Dennis Brown - Should I 47 Pyliss Dilon - If You Knew…


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Episode 18 - Peter Tosh the Bush Doctor

Length: 58s

Episode 18 - Peter Tosh Tracklist 1    Stepping Razor 2    Nothing But Love 3    Soon Come 4    Mystic Man 5    Bush Doctor 6    Get Up, Stand Up 7    Apartheid 8    Crystal Ball 9    Here Comes The Judge 10  Guide Me From My Friends 11  Legalize It 12  Fight On 13  Them A Fi Get A Beatin’ 14  Johnny B Goode 15  Rastafari Is 16  Reggaemylitis 17  Ketchy Shuby 18  Brand New Second 19  Downpressor Man 20  What You Gonna Do 21  Equal Rights 22  Jah Guide 23  Burial 24  African 25  Coming In Hot 26  No Sympathy 27  Igziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised) 28  The Poor Man Feel It 29  I'm The Toughest 30  Rock With Me 31  Buk-In-Hamm Palace   32  The Day The Dollar Die…


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Episode 17 - Slicing up the 1990s Dancehall Reggae Bashment Juggling

Length: 49s

Tracklist 1   Simpleton - 1/4 to Twelve 2   Captain Barkey - Antichrist 3   Buccaneer - You Nuh Care 4   Lizard - Slapper Dapper 5   Fabby Dolly - Peanut Punch 6   Mad Cobra - Dun Wife 7   Buju Banton - First and Last 8   Mr. Vegas - Everywhere I Go 9   Snow, Nadine Sutherland, Terror Fabulous, Beenie Man, Buju Banton and       Kulcha Know - Anything For You 10 Spragga Benz featuring Nadine Sutherland - Please Me 11 Gary Minott - Seek God 12 Daddy Screw and Bonovan Steele - Miss Bonafied 13 Frisco Kid - You and You Man 14 Terror Fabulous - Behold  15 Spragga Benz - W 16 Beenie Man - Certain Man 17 Beenie Man - Slam 18 Beenie Man - Wicked Ride 19 Buju Banton - Only Man 20 Frisco Kid - Living In Style 21 Spragga Benz featuring Wayne Wonder - Dedicated To My Favorite Girl 22 Dennis Brown - Our Day Will Come 23 Gary Minott - No More 24 Daddy Screw and Bonovan Steele - Big Tings A Gwan 25 Daddy Screw and Bonovan Steele - Dapper (Breathe Again) 26 Don Yute and Wayne Wonder - Loving In Excess 27 Dugsy Ranks - Wifee 28 Louie Culture - No Gyal 29 Frisco Kid - Big Speech 30 Spragga Benz - Tings A Gwaan 31 Buju Banton - Man A Look You 32 Nadine Sutherland and Buju Banton - Second Class Love 33 Nadine Sutherland and Terror Fabulous - Action 34 Wayne Wonder and Louie Culture - Live and Learn 35 Spragga Benz - Peace 36 Beenie Man - Better Learn 37 Rayvon and Red Fox - Bashment Party 38 Bounty Killer and Richie Stephens - Maniac 39 Bounty Killer and Barrington Levy - Living Dangerously 40 Spragga Benz - Camouflage 41 Snagga Puss - Tatie  42 Spragga Benz and Wayne Wonder - Never Keeping Secrets 43 Monster Shack Crew (Ghost, Roundhead, General B) - Round Robin (Do       You Remember?) 44 Jigsy King and Tony Curtis - Real Love   45 Buju Banton - Stamina Daddy  …


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Episode 16 - King Kong, Half Pint, Tenor Saw and Nitty Gritty

Length: 45s

This was a listener requested mix consisting of the biggest tracks from 4 singers: King Kong, Half Pint, Tenor Saw and Nitty Gritty. Ray said he thought these artists sound alike and that called for a mix with their hits. Their voices are easily distinguishable to my ear, but I agree that Tenor Saw and Nitty Gritty sang with a very similar and unique style. King Kong ended up copying that style of vocal delivery, but Half Pint carved out his own lane on the way to enormous success in the 1980s and 90s as a reggae crooner. RIP to Nitty Gritty and Tenor Saw whose lives were cut down way too early.  This is a dedication to you and every reggae lover. Tracklist 1   Jah Jah Rule - King Kong 2   Message To All Beginners - Tenor Saw 3   Greetings - Half Pint 4   Roll Call - Tenor Saw 5   Lots of Sign - Tenor Saw 6   Run Come Call Me - Tenor Saw 7   Trouble Again - King Kong 8   Pumpkin Belly (Old Time Proverbs) - Tenor Saw 9   Run Down The World - Nitty Gritty 10 Mr. Landlord - Half Pint 11 One Big Family - Half Pint 12 Rub A Dub Market - Tenor Saw 13 Who Is Gonna Help Me Praise - Tenor Saw 14 Draw Mi Mark - Nitty Gritty 15 Soul Mate - Half Pint 16 Golden Hen - Tenor Saw 17 Champion Sound - King Kong 18 Ring The Alarm Quick - Tenor Saw / Buju Banton 19 False Alarm - Nitty Gritty 20 Good Morning Teacher - Nitty Gritty 21 Fever - Tenor Saw 22 Crazy Girl - Half Pint 23 Hog Inna Minty - Nitty Gritty 24 Zero Them Minds - Nitty Gritty 25 Substitute Lover - Half Pint 26 Shirley Jones - Tenor Saw 27 Winsone - Half Pint 28 We Run Things - Nitty Gritty 29 Where Is Your Culture - King Kong 30 No Work On Sunday - Tenor Saw 31 Stand Me Now - King Kong 32 Kill Dem Wid It - King Kong  33 My Sound Stands Alone - King Kong 34 Ready Done - Nitty Gritty…


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Episode 15 - The Domination of Shabba Ranks

Length: 41s

This is the latest episode of the syndicated Reggae Lover podcast produced for promotional purposes by Kahlil Wonda of Highlanda Sound featuring classic reggae music in a DJ mixed format.  The only dancehall artist to win the Grammy award in consecutive years, Shabba Ranks paved the way for all who came after him.  I omitted overly violent or slack slack lyrics here.   This mix was requested by the Brooklyn, New York based, AGARD, a fellow DJ and reggae lover. TRACKLIST   1    Heart Of A Lion 2    Respect 3    Flag Flow High featuring Cocoa Tea 4    Just Reality 5    Time Is Red featuring Cocoa Tea 6    Love Me Truly featuring Cocoa Tea 7    Don’t Follow Rumors featuring Carlton Livingston 8    Live Blanket 9    Housecall featuring Maxi Priest 10  Peanie Peanie 11  No Bother Dis Soundboy 12  Girls Wine 13  Golden Touch featuring Kadian Dixon 14  Roots and Culture 15  Kushungpeng featuring Mikey Spice 16  Champion Lover featuring Deborahe Glasgow 17  Don’t Test Me featuring Deborahe Glasgow 18  God Bless 19  Real Real featuring Thriller U 20  Best Baby Father 21  Caan Dun  22  Gal Yuh Good 23  Can’t Do The Work 24  Ting A Ling   25  Trailer Load …


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Episode 14 - Sizzla Kalonji Salute Mix

Length: 1s

This Sizzla mix was suggested by a fellow Reggae Lover, Kris in Atlanta, and truthfully I am grateful for such a suggestion.  The messages in Sizzla’s music have aroused and inspired many people over the past 20 years including myself.   This mix goes through the best of Kalonji’s catalog from 1995 to now and includes singles from ‘Radical,’ one of 2014’s Sizzla albums - a real “throwback” and a surefire treat.  Listen now, and spread the download link around when you get a chance. Sizzla Playlist 1   No White God 2   Really and Truly 3   Praise Ye Jah 4   Solid As A Rock 5   Smoke Marijuana 6   No Wicked Man 7   Dem Ah Wonder 8   Babylon A Listen 9   Jah Never Fail I 10 Radical 11 One Love 12 Clean Up Your Heart 13 Made Of 14 Blaspheme  15 Babylon Homework 16 Jah Blessing with Luciano 17 Freedom 18 Kings Of The Earth 19 Police in Helicopter with John Holt 20 Do You Ever 21 Good Ways 22 Real 23 Gwaan Star 24 Like Mountain 25 Juvenile 26 Good Things 27 Dem Ah Try Ah Ting 28 Lovely Morning 29 Freedom Cry 30 Render Your Heart 31 Chant Dem Down 32 Take Myself Away 33 To The Point 34 King In The Jungle with Jah Cure 35 Holding Firm 36 Explain To The Almighty 37 Azanldo 38 Till It Some More 39 Show Us The Way 40 Love Is Always There 41 Beautiful World  42 Give Them A Ride 43 Trust and Love 44 Sad Mistake 45 Blaze Fire Blaze 46 No Other Like Jah 47 Collie with Sugar Minott 48 Dem Ah Gaze 49 Hardcore  …


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Episode 13 - Crucial Selections from the Late 1980's Dancehall Era

Length: 45s

Welcome back to ReggaeLover.com where I have another special handcrafted podcast mix available free of charge.  I'm glad you are here to partake in the positive reggae music vibrations.  Please enjoy these songs, mostly from the 1980's and featured on some of that periods most popular riddims.  I would love to get your feedback on this, and all the mixes here at ReggaeLover.com so please leave a comment, or email ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com.    TRACKLIST 1   Bushman - Grow Your Natty 2   Pad Anthony - Murder 3   Super Black - Deh Wid You  4   Pinchers - Your Eyes Only 5   Cocoa Tea - Crying Time 6   Echo Minott - Lazy Body 7   Al Campbell - Come A Me 8   Little John - See Pon Me 9   Johnny Clark - Black Scorpio Music 10  Frankie Paul - Cassanova 11  Leroy Gibbons - Magic Moment 12  Little John - Discuss Dem Man 13  Shelly Thunder - Kuff 14  Bounty Killer - Cellular Number 15  Don Champion - Just The Two of Us 16  Say Them Love Me 17  Thriller U - Love Always Find A Way 18  Colin Roach - Run Run Run  19  Johnny P - Tight Clothes 20  Tinga Stewart - Key To My Heart 21  Frankie Paul - I Need You 22  Admiral Bailey - Two Year Old 23  Supercat - Hell A Go Come 24  Little Twitch - Py Py Love 25  Thriller U - Power Of Love 26  Gregory Isaacs - Meet Me At The Same Corner 27  Cocoa Tea - On Top Of The World 28  Shabba Ranks - Haffi Kill Me Dead 29  Sanchez - Old Friends 30  Frankie Paul - Out Your Mind 31  Pliers - Up The Road 32  Frighty and Colonel Mite - Life (Is What You Make It) 33  Professor Nuts - Woman Deh Yah 34  Papa San - Predominant 35  Chevell Franklyn - No One In The World  36  Sanchez and Lady G - Half My Age 37  Krystal and Shabba Ranks - Twice My Age…


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Episode 12 - Lovers Rock Reggae Anthems Freestyle Mix

Length: 1s

This is the latest episode of the syndicated Reggae Lover podcast produced for promotional purposes by Kahlil Wonda of Highlanda Sound featuring classic reggae music in a DJ mixed format. A true freestyle mix of lovers rock anthems from throughout the years, hear music from Bob Marley and Gregory Isaacs to I-Wayne and Tanya Stephens.   SONG LIST 1   Beres Hammond - Step Aside 2   Richie Stephens - Should I 3   The Meditations - A Woman Is A Shadow 4   Marcia Griffiths - Truly 5   Sizzla - Words of Devine 6   Dennis Brown - Love Got A Hold On Me 7   Razah - One In A Million 8   Tanya Stephens - Big Heavy Gal 9   Tanya Stephens - Its A Pity 10  Gregory Issacs - Night Nurse 11  The Chosen Few - Minstrel and Queen 12  Dawn Penn - You Don’t Love Me 13  Sizzla - Just One Of Those Days 14  Cocoa Tea - Rocking Dolly 15  Junior Kelly - If Love So Nice  16  Beres Hammond - Tempted To Touch 17  Tony Rebel - Fresh Vegetable 18  Sanchez - Im Missing You 19  Gregory Isaacs - Love is Overdue  20  U-Roy - Love is Overdue Pt. II 21  Half Pint - Substitute Lover 22  Cocoa Tea - Love Me Truly 23  Sanchez - Fall In Love 24  Tony Curtis - Love Should Have Brought You Home 25  Tanya Stephens - You Don’t Know 26  Daville - Lovers and Friends 27  Daville featuring Sean Paul - Always On My Mind remix 28  Junior Kelly - Sunshine  29  Estelle featuring Sean Paul - Come Over remix 30  Buju Banton - Love Black Woman  31  Buju Banton - Love Me Brownin 32  Courtney Melody - Modern Girl 33  Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths - Always Together 34  Kashief Lindo - No Can Do 35  Cocoa Tea - Lonesome Side 36  Marcia Griffiths - All My Life 37  Leroy Gibbons - Four Season Lover 38  Tony Curtis - Sweet Lady 39  Taurus Riley - She’s Royal 40  Barrington Levy and Cutty Ranks - My Woman 41  Dennis Brown - Hold On To What You’ve Got 42  Freddie McGregor - Loving Pauper 43  Bob Marley featuring Lauryn Hill - Turn Your Lights Down Low 44  I-Wayne - I Need Her In My Arms 45  Garnett Silk - All The Woman That I Need 46  Chevelle Franklyn - Good Love 47  Papa San - Strange 48  Inner Circle - Sweat 49  Barrington Levy - Too Experience 50  Errol Dunkley - Movie Star…


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Episode 11 - Bob Marley Still Rules

Length: 33s

This is the latest episode of the syndicated Reggae Lover podcast produced for promotional purposes by Kahlil Wonda of Highlanda Sound featuring classic reggae music in a DJ mixed format with no talking. This episode deals strictly with the music of "The Legend" himself, The Honorable Robert Nesta Marley. This is an audio montage in tribute to the man who has influenced world culture through his music and brought reggae music to the far corners of the universe. Download the entire mp3 file or just click to listen to the audio stream now. I sincerely hope you enjoy the selections and mixing. Please send your comments, feedback, and requests to reggaeloverpodcast@gmail.com or feel free to comment here. Bob Marley Playlist 1 Roots Rock Reggae2 Kinky Reggae3 Slave Driver4 Pimpers Paradise5 Exodus6 Rastaman Live Up7 Natural Mystic8 Roots Natty Roots9 Easy Skanking10 Natty Dread Rides Again11 Buffalo Soldier12 Jamming13 Ambush In The Night14 Redemption Song15 We Don’t Need No More Trouble16 Coming In From The Cold17 Revolution18 War…


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Episode 10 - Dancehall Time Travelling Back to the 80s and 90s

Length: 1s

My passion for, and in-depth knowledge of the 1980s dancehall reggae era shines through in Reggae Lover #10 as incredibly authentic selection is combined with shockingly consistent mixing on display. Check out the full song list below, and enjoy the vibes. The episode starts out with reality tunes and then transitions to lovers rock with the tempo gradually increasing throughout.   TRACKLIST   Reality Tunes 1 Anthony Johnson - Gunshot 2 Philip Frazer - Morning Mr. Officer 3 Early B - Take Up Your Bible 4 Michael Palmer - Lickshot 5 Michigan and Smiley - Diseases 6 Beenie Man - Dont Dis Me 7 Tenor Saw - Golden Hen 8 Shinehead - Rough and Rugged 9 Barrington Levy - Money Move 10 Cocoa Tea and Ninja Man - Kingston Hot 11 Admiral Tibet, Ninjaman, and Shabba Ranks - Serious Times 12 Courtney Melody - Down In The Dancehall 13 Super Black - Bad Bwoy Gone A Jail 14 Cocoa Tea - Nah Look No Work 15 Conroy Smith - Dangerous 16 Buju Banton - Mass Murderer 17 Bounty Killer - Inspired By God 18 Super Cat - Teach Dem Something 19 Josey Wales - Hustling 20 Shabba Ranks, Cocoa Tea and Home T - Pirates Anthem 21 Mighty Diamonds - Heavy Load 22 Gregory Isaacs - Rumors 23 Lady G - Nuff Respect 24 Sebastian - Bad Boy 25 Wayne Wonder and Don Yute - Sensi Ride 26 Luitenant Stitchie - Almighty God 27 Colin Roach - Johnny Too Bad 28 Eccleton Jarrett - Kill A Sound 29 Pad Anthony - Death To A Sound 30 Colin Roach - Champion Sound 31 Knight Rider - Bad Boy Steppin 32 Tiger - Bam Bam 33 Lieutenant Stitchie - Great Ambition 34 Little Twitch - Respect Due 35 General Trees - Road Code 36 Hammermouth - The Great Lovers Tunes 37 Leroy Sibbles - Need You Beside Me 38 Ansel Collins - Carried Away 39 Leroy Gibbon - Four Season Lover 40 Shabba Ranks - Original Fresh 41 Admiral Bailey and Chaka Demus - One Scotch 42 SuperCat - Boops 43 Thriller U - My Love 44 Jennifer Lara - I’ll Give You Love 45 Is It Love - Anthony Malvo 46 Cocoa Tea - Saturday Night 47 Frankie Paul - I Know The Score 48 Sanchez - End Of The World 49 Sanchez - Love Songs 50 Sanchez - Sad Songs 51 Courtney Melody - Bad Boy 52 Daddy Lizard - A Fi Fly Out 53 Supercat, Nicodemus, Junior Demus - Cabin Stabbin 54 Dean Fraser - Cant Run Sax 55 Pinchers - Loving That You Want 56 Gregory Isaacs - Bits and Pieces 57 Leroy Gibbons - Why Are You Going Away 58 Frankie Paul - Sara 59 What One Dance Can Do Version 60 Tenor Saw - No Work On Sunday 61 Johnny Osbourne - Rock A Dub 62 Sugar Minott - Cool Down 63 Beres Hammond - What One Dance Can Do 64 Audrey Hall - One Dance Cant Do…


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Episode 9 - Reggae Songs Dedicated to Mama

Length: 49s

Reggae artists love paying tribute to their mothers, and so do I.  Its a part of our culture.   A dedication to my mom and to all mothers everywhere, this mix contains passionate lyrics from some of reggae and dancehall's finest artists. Pay especially close attention to the featured pre-release track (#22) from upcoming artist SuperPEC called Mommy Dearest.  Happy Mother's Day 2014!   PLAYLIST 1   Merciless - Mama Cooking 2   Sizzla - Black Woman And Child 3   Sizzla - Thank You Mama   4   Gramps Morgan - Where Has Mama Gone   5   Jah Cure - This Is One For You Mama 6   Akon - Mama Africa 7   Christopher Martin - Mama 8   Beenie Man and Merciless - We A Star 9   Serani and Mavado - Mama Still Hungry 10  Kevin Lloyd - Oh Mama 11  Mama - Anthony Cruz 12  Sophia Brown - Mama Africa 13  Richie Spice - Mama Love 14  George Nooks - I Remember Mama 15  Garnet Silk - Mama Africa  16  Alaine - When Mama Prays   17  Romain Virgo - Mama’s Song 18  I-Octane - Mama Food Put On 19  I-Octane - My Mother 20  Konshens - Don’t Diss Mama 21  Garnet Silk - Mama 22  SuperPEC - Mommy Dearest  …


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Episode 8 - Dennis Brown Sings Roots and Culture

Length: 29s

In this episode Dennis Brown comforts, professes, warns, soothes and instructs us with songs of praise and thanksgiving.   This is a follow-up to the all Dennis Brown lovers rock mix featured in Reggae Lover Podcast #6. The current state of world affairs calls for these songs of freedom and redemption so I present roots and culture cuts from “The Crown Prince.”     Tracklist 1   Liberation - Dennis Brown 2   Promised Land - Dennis Brown 3   Wolves and Leopards - Dennis Brown 4   Whip Them Jah - Dennis Brown 5   To The Foundation - Dennis Brown 6   Stop The Fussing and Fighting - Dennis Brown 7   Love and Hate - Dennis Brown 8   Satta Amassagana - Dennis Brown 9   If Is A Fact - Dennis Brown 10  Love Jah - Dennis Brown 11  Africa - Dennis Brown 12  Unite - Dennis Brown 13  Created By The Father - Dennis Brown 14  Sitting and Watching - Dennis Brown 15  Show Us The Way - Dennis Brown 16  Revolution - Dennis Brown 17  If This World Were Mine - Anthony Cruz ft. Dennis Brown 18  Hold The Faith - Junior Kelly ft. Dennis Brown   …


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Episode 7 - 420 Dubplates and Studio One Riddims

Length: 37s

This mix contains classics from some of the StudioOne label's biggest riddims. The dubplates selected here help to illustrate the story of Highlanda, an original sound system founded in 1999.  Thank you for taking a listen.   TRACKLIST 1   The Mighty Diamonds - Pass The Kutchie 2   Early B - The Visit of King Selassie 3   Buju Banton - Concrete Jungle Rock 4   Charlie Chaplin - Bubbling Telephone Chalice 5   Luciano and Mickey General - Sweet Guyana (Dubplate) 6   Mykal Rose - Stalk of Sensimelia 7   Everton Blender - Bring The Kutchie Come 8   Errol Dunkley - Black Cinderalla    9   Imani - The Sweetest Sound I've Ever Known (Dubplate) 10  Sugar Minott - Soundboy Killing (Dubplate) 11  Sluggy Ranks - Sodom and Gomorrah (Dubplate) 12  Sugar Minott - Never Gonna Give Jah Up 13  Hopeton James - Send Your Threat (Dubplate) 14  Sugar Minott - Vanity 15  Warrior King - Highlanda Kill Your Sound (Dubplate) 16  Garnett Silk - Kingly Character 17  Luciano - Give Praise/Jah Blessing (Dubplate)  18  The Heptones - Were Gonna Fight 19  Mickey General - Amazing Medley (Dubplate) 20  Barry Brown - Give My Love A Try 21  Carlton Livingston - Here I Stand  22  Johnny Osbourne - Jah Righteous Plan 23  Sugar Minott - Don't Fuss or Fight 24  Johnny Osbourne - No War 25  Carlton Livingston - Jam It Up 26  Sugar Minott featuring The Congos - Oh DC (Dubplate)  …


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Episode 6 - Best of Dennis Brown Lovers Rock

Length: 28s

Reggae Lover #6 features 15 of the best Dennis Brown lover's rock classics.  This is a very essential mix highlighting "The Crown Prince" even though it does not include big hits 'Silhoutte,' 'Money In My Pocket,' or 'Your Love's Got A Hold On Me.'   There are literally hundreds of other solid love songs from Dennis Brown's catalog that are worth a spin, but were skipped over here.  Since a new Reggae Lover podcast episode is released weekly you can rest assured, there's a great deal more in store.   If you love the vibes message us with the hash tag #ReggaeLover on Twitter, Facebook, Google +, Instagram, or Pinterest.  Also you can email ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com for requests and more information.   Playlist 1   Dennis Brown - Caress Me Girl 2   Dennis Brown - Coming Home Tonight 3   Dennis Brown - How Could I Leave 4   Dennis Brown - Have You Ever Been In Love 5   Dennis Brown - Joy In The Morning 6   Dennis Brown ft. John Holt - Wildfire 7   Dennis Brown - A Love I Can Feel  8   Dennis Brown - Its Magic 9   Dennis Brown - Hold On To What Youve Got 10  Dennis Brown - It's Not The Way    11  Dennis Brown - Friends For Life 12  Dennis Brown - Take Me To The Top 13  Dennis Brown - Love By The Score 14  Dennis Brown - Hit And Run 15  Gregory Isaacs, Dennis Brown, U-Roy - Night Nurse…


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Episode 5 - Late 1980s Super Stars of Reggae

Length: 24s

Thanks for joining me on this Reggae Lover journey.  This is the 5th episode of the podcast in 3 weeks I'm truly thankful for the feedback coming. It has been very encouraging.  Each episode has a brief intro and outro, but I do not talk over the music, nor do I place sound effects over the mixes.  You can actually hear all the songs, the mixing and blending clearly as they are recorded live.   Within today's episode I feature the Super Star Riddim from 1989, the I Need You Riddim from 1987, a nice Delroy Wilson off the More Ideas Riddim (1988), the Enquirer Riddim from 1988 with Sanchez covering Bobby Brown's "My Prerogative," and finally ending off with Singing Melody and Shabba Ranks on the Gal Yu Look Good riddim.   I have many ideas and themes for upcoming episodes, some already recorded, and some still in my brain.  If you too have ideas of stuff you would like to hear me put down in a mix feel free to hit me up using the hash tag #ReggaeLover on Twitter, Facebook, Google +, Instagram, or Pinterest.   Also you can email me at ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com.   Tracklist 1 Gregory Isaacs - Love Contract 2 Ken Booth - Call Me 3 Colin Roach - Oh Girls (Don't Be Cruel) 4 Thiller U - Have Fun 5 Brian and Tony Gold - Bullseye 6 Cocoa Tea, Home T and Shabba Ranks - Who She Love 7 Tiger - Boombastic 8 Cocoa Tea - Come Again 9 Al Campbell - Easy Loving 10 Chuck Turner - I Need You 11 Super Black - Got To Be Careful 12 Cornell Campbell - Mix Up Family 13 Pinchers - Champion Bubbler 14 Little John - Block Traffic 15 Delroy Wilson - Ease Up 16 Sanchez - My Perogative 17 Carl Meeks - Rawborn Rub A Dub 18 Ini Kamoze - Stress 19 Sugar Minott - Jah is the Way 20 Singing Melody - Hurry Back Home21 Shabba Ranks - Gal You Good…


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Episode 4 - Sanchez and Friends (80s Lovers)

Length: 30s

This installment of the Reggae Lover podcast is comprised of mostly lovers rock vibes with the likes of Sanchez, Thriller U and Singing Melody, among others featured.   The selection here remains almost exclusively inside of the 1980's era so you will hear covers of R&B hits from that period in abundance.   These tracks all share a very danceable tempo and are meant to keep you rocking, swinging, skanking, and bouncing throughout.  Please download and share! Thank you for listening!  Requests? Feedback? Email ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com to interact directly with me and also leave a comment below.   TRACKLIST 1   Sanchez - Love Me Forever 2   Beenie Man - Show Fi Flop 3   Sanchez - Lonely 4   Thriller U  - Just Once 5   Admiral Tibett - Destroy A Sound 6   Wayne Wonder - Ebony Eyes 7   Thriller U - Ribbon In The Sky 8   Singing Melody - In This Love Together 9   Super Cat and Chuck Turner - Dolly My Baby 10  Pinchers - Request To Denise 11  Sanchez - Joy 12  Singing Melody - Groovy Kind Of Love 13  Frankie Paul - I Wanna Rock 14  Alton Black and Blacka Ranks - A Gal A Watch You 15  Admiral Bailey - Girl Your Body Good 16  Shabba Ranks - Wicked Inna Bed 17  Shevell Francis - Dreaming 18  Trevor B - Tears On My Pillow 19  Pad Anthony - Slow Dancing 20  Clement Irie and Robert French - Bun and Cheese 21  Copper Ranking, Sixy Morris, Mark Wonder & Johnny Lee - Friends 22  Johnny P and Pliers - Money Bribe…


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Episode 3 - The Title and The Satta Riddim Excursion

Length: 25s

This mix features the Title Riddim which was released in 1988.  The late, great singer Wayne Smith (yes he sang more than just Sleng Teng) delivers the blessing with "Jah Is Our Light" before the Soundbwoy Killing tunes start to flow.  Even if you don't know the artists singing at this point it matters not because the vibes are ever-present and the mixes come smoothly and quickly enough to hopefully put you in trance. Also featured in this episode is the Satta riddim, short for Satta Massagana. Satta Massagana is a roots reggae album released by The Abyssinians officially in 1976. It is widely considered The Abyssinians' crowning achievement and a classic roots reggae album. The title track "Satta Massagana" was a huge hit and has been versioned numerous times by both The Abyssinians and other artists since. It has even been adopted by some Rastafarian groups as a hymn used during services. The song, which translates from the Amharic language as "He Gave Praise", was originally recorded for Studio One in 1969, but the label's owner, Clement "Coxsone" Dodd declined to release it. Episode 3 ventures away from the more commercially popular and hit songs mixed in the first 2 Reggae Lover shows and the riddim driven nature of this mix also lends a different type of vibe. Check the playlist and leave a comment below. Thank you for listening!  Requests? Feedback? Email ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com to interact directly with me and also leave a comment below.     Thanks, Kahlil Wonda, Highlanda Sound System   Playlist: 1   Wayne Smith - Jah is Our Light 2   Sugar Minott - Can't Cross The Border 3   Chipi Prophet - Hard Nut To Crack 4   Trevor Levy - Kill A Sound Tonight 5   Scion Success - General 6   Pad Anthony - The Title 7   Ranking Joe - Original General 8   Abbysinians - Satta Massa Gana 9   Bernard Collins - Satta Me No Born Yah 10  Bernard Collins - Satta Don 11  Big Youth - I Pray Thee 12  Prince Far I - Wisdom 13  U-Roy - Blessed 14  Dennis Brown - It Is A Fact 15  Luciano - Man Of Order 16  Jah mali - Cornerstone 17  Anthony B - Good and Bad 18  Capleton - Dislocate 19  Capleton - Raggy Road 20  Sizzla - One Away…


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Episode 2 - Greatest Lovers Rock Combination Anthems of the 90s

Length: 22s

1   Yami Bolo and Merciless - Curly Locs  After a short intro from yours truly, this mix starts off with a 1996 hit, Yami Bolo and Merciless singing Curly Locs - a lovely representation of the Junior Byles original song.   2   Andrew Bell and Shelene Thomas - Can You Give Me What I Want? A big lover's tune that can be found on one of the VP Records "Strictly the Best" compilation albums from the 90s.  Andrew Bell is still performing today and goes by the name Joseph Quote (aka "Bello". 3   Sanchez and Beenie Man - Going Away Quite simply one of the biggest songs on the prolific "Love Bump" riddim.  The King of the Dancehall alongside Sanchez, one of Jamaica's most beloved voices. 4   Beres Hammond and Buju Banton - My Woman Now (Kahlil Wonda Extra Buju Mix) In the original version of this song, Buju takes too long to come in.  Here, I have taken care of that problem.  Let me know if you like the sound of this "Extra Buju Mix." 5   Cocoa Tea and Nadine Sutherland - Its Now or Never Many have forgotten that these two artists ever sang together on a track. The combo of silky smooth male and female vocals make this tune simply SWEET. 6   Cocoa Tea and Cutty Ranks - Waiting In Vain This is one song I just don't mind hearing at any time.  Done nicely by Cocoa and Cutty, this Bob Marley classic is bound to live forever 7   Beres Hammond and Buju Banton - Who Say Stop everything!  No keep going.  This is one of the top combinations in the business period. 8   Cocoa Tea and Buju Banton - Too Young I had a tough time selecting only one song from this riddim, but the production on this track is just perfect.  Forward, Rewind and pull up dat!!!   9   Cocoa Tea and Cutty Ranks - I'm Not A King Once again, hear back-to-back entries from the sweet voice of Cocoa Tea, this time accompanied by Cutty Ranks, who remained relevant in the 90s with solid lyrical delivery in this style.   10  Buju Banton and Wayne Wonder - Lonley The "Swing Easy" is always a riddim that one can I listen or skank to for an extended period.  In this selection, I am pulling out some of the best cuts to feature, and Buju Banton along with Wayne Wonder have a winner with "Lonely." 11  Chevelle Franklin and Lady G - The Right Slam (Kahlil Wonda Spicy Mix) As a second song on in a row on the "Swing Easy" riddim, this song features two of the finest ladies of the era (80s - 90s dancehall).  I have reworked the song here to bring Lady G in at the proper time, thus maintaining the vibes of the mix. 12  Twiggi and Buju Banton - I Want Your Love (Kahlil Wonda Extra Buju Mix) Buju is my artist, but here again the original press of this Penthouse Records Tempo riddim single makes you wait for a few verses to hear Gargamel come in.  I have made some adjustments to the arrangement so that the singer, Twiggi, goes back and forth with the DJ. This creates the ultimate in vibes.   13  Beres Hammond and Josey Wales - Free and Single (Sweetness) Beres is the living legend - what more can I say? With father Josey in combination on the Conversation riddim, this remix to "Sweetness" is dancehall solid gold.   Thank you for listening!  Requests? Feedback? Email ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com to interact directly with me and also leave a comment below.   Thanks, Kahlil Wonda, Highlanda Sound System…


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Episode 1 - 1990s Combinations

Length: 24s

This mix consists strictly of my favorite type of song, the collabo aka combination (duet, trio, etc.).  There is usually more energy to a song whenever two or more artists decide to join forces on a single musical project and in reggae music, the excitement is heightened when singers team up with deejays.   The combinations selected here are all reality (culture) tunes from the 1990s decade and a listen will most likely improve your mood.  Yes, this compilation will appeal to the #ReggaeLover, fight depression, and promote virtuous ways.   The track list is below.  Requests? Email ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com to interact directly with me and also leave a comment below.   Thanks, Kahlil Wonda   Reggae Lover Episode 1 Playlist 1   Beenie Man and Luciano - Crazy Baldheads 2   Beenie Man and Barrington Levy - Murder (Remix) 3   Shabba Rank and Cocoa Tea - Flag Flown High 4   Beenie Man and Determine - Kette Drum 5   Capleton and Yami Bolo - Put Down The Weapon 6   Beenie Man and Barrington Levy - Under Me Sensi (Remix) 7   Beres Hammond and Buju Banton - Ain't It Good To Know 8   Luciano and Sizzla - Jah Blessing 9   Luciano, Josey Wales and Charlie Chaplin - Rebel With A Cause 10  Garnet Silk and Tony Rebel - A Man Is A Man 11  Buju Banton and Tony Rebel - A So 12  Buju Banton and Toots - 54 46  13  Sugar Black and Lebenculah - Oh Jah 14  Carlton Livingston and Shabba Ranks - Don't Follow Rumors 15  Chevell Franklin and Lady G - Thank You 16  Luciano, Terror Fabulous, Louie culture - We're All In This Thing Together 17  Sizzla and Jah Cure - King In This Jungle 18  Garnet Silk and Richie Stephens - Fight Back…


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