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Rebel Souljah Mixtape 2013 - Positive Reggae Music
October 16, 2013 04:48 AM PDT
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Rebel Souljah Mixtape 2013. It's been a great 12 months for modern roots reggae with a mini-revival going on ending a 3-4 year lull. New generation of artists, fresh sounds.
Main feature here is Royal Order's MASSIVE Selassie Souljahz Megamix featuring Chronixx, Sizzla, Kabaka Pyramid, Protoje and some seriously heavy versions from Addis Pablo & The Suns Of Dub. RUFF... The Rootsman riddim is revisited, this time showcasing the Iba Mahr, Jah9 & Chronixx cuts. Nuff Chronixx in dub! ...and he's hitting the UK next week! Check his new VDO Here Comes Trouble. Also featuring a rootsy excursion with Ja group Dubtonic Kru on the Izez riddim and tracks by singer Bryan Art from his excellent self-titled LP for ALTAFAAN. Preview it on SoundCloud. Silent Warrior is a killer reality selection by singjay Tydal (Train-Line Records). It takes a few plays to lock itself into the consciousness. @tydalmusiq Eddie Murphy's remarkable but very catchy Red Light is essential, the surprise of the summer. @eddiemurphy Singer Jah comes with another powerful reality selection Help For The Youths (Reggaeland) top tune!

Righteous riddim like the Re-Birth (Firehouse), a relick of Frankie P's Rub-A-Dub Market (Irievibrations), Izez (RPR), Rough Road (Soul Of The Lion), Rootsman (Overstand), Swing Easy (Bizarri) & Fugitive (Wile Fya). Jah9 gets the steamers a bubbling on Chinna Smith's Inna Di Yard (Shambala/Hit Bound), a tuff update of an original 70s Channel One rhythm track. Continuous mix. 79 minutes.

Rocking Time Discomix Style - Late 70's Vinyl Revival Mix
June 02, 2013 03:28 AM PDT
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Rocking Time - Selections from the late-70's. Cool & easy revival mixtape made up of rips of some of my 7 & 12''s. Incorporates various styles of the day, varying from roots to big people revival vibes. Runs vocals into deejay cut into dub version or blazing instrumentals inna true discomix style... Some real timeless classics here like the Phase One classic rockers cut of Waiting in the Park by the Chantells, Owen Gray's cover of When I Need You or Trevor Hartley's combination with U-brown on Selassie-I. Singer Ras Midas with a wonderfully dread version of the Paragon's rocksteady hit Same Song. Ends with a personal favorite of mine, the sublime Going Is Rough by Jimmy London. 49 tracks.

Featuring: I-Roy, Tito Simon, Owen Gray, Hortense Ellis, The Chantells, The Revolutionaries, Prince Hammer, Justin Hinds, Toby Nelson, Trevor Hartley, U-Brown, Errol Dunkley, Marcia Aitkin, Trinity, Winston Fergus, The In Crowd, Slim Smith, George Dekker, Ranking Superstar (Tappa Zukie), Ras Midas, Harry J All-Stars, The Mighty Diamonds, Jah Stitch, Gregory Isaacs, The Agrovators, Leon Wint, Mudies All-Stars, Prince Brothers, Pat Rhoden, The Mexicano, Delroy Wilson, Lascelles, Barbara Jones, Winston Curtis and the excellent Jimmy London.

Elevate UR Mind - New Roots Selections 2012
August 23, 2012 11:02 AM PDT
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Elevate UR Mind 2012. Lift up your conscience... Features some supa heavy riddim like the Most Royal (Maximum Sound) Happy Trod (Leaf of Life), Butterflies (Xterminator), Sweet Wata (Jukeboxx), and Oneness Records' awsome and mighty Reggaeville. Some seriously catchy versions on this ya one..., check Farmer Man by Naptali & Indonesian singer Ras Muhamad. Island Rock do a joyful relick of Evening News featuring Pinchers, Sizzla, the Mighty Diamonds and the return of Papa Briggy who chats in fine form. Irievibrations recall deeper roots on Jungle Skunk, with strong performances from messenger Luciano and Anthony B who revisits his Defend Your Own lyric. Necessary Mayhem resurrect another vintage classic, this time a haunting, minor key version of Red, Black & Green aka The Possessed. Such works further establish the label as the dominant force in UK reggae production, check them on Soundcloud. Expressive roots singer Jah Mali makes a welcome return here with Blood Thirsty.

Featuring: Tarrus Riley, I-Wayne, Busy Signal, Guinney Pepper, Original Thriller, Sizzla, Brigadier Jerry, Pinchers, The Mighty Diamonds, Prince Koloni, Etana, Sara Lugo, Kabaka Pyramid, Ray Darwin, Warrior King, Bryan Art, Ras Muhamad, Naptali, Konshens, Gramps Morgan, Lutan Fyah, Turbulence, Mark Wonder, Everton Blender, Luciano, Perfect, Mojo Morgan, Anthony B, Jah Mali, Million Stylez, Michael Prophet, Queen Ifrica, Tony Rebel, Agent Sasco, Cecile, Christopher Martin, Ziggy Marley and Chuck D.

Continuous mix. 79 minutes.

Terror Fabulous & The Deejays - 90s Ragga Dancehall Mixtape
May 16, 2012 01:59 AM PDT
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Terror Fabulous - Jump & Gwaan Bad. Non-stop 90s dancehall-ragga mix. Featuring Terror Fabulous alongside Buju Banton, Beenie Man, Daddy Screw, Nadine Sutherland, Wayne Wonder, Capleton, Shabba Ranks, Mad Cobra, Maxi Priest, Louie Culture, Spragga Benz, Tanya Stephens, Bounty Killer, Jigsy King, Carol Gonzales, Dennis Brown, Gary Minott, Peter Metro, General Degree, Frankie Sly, Snow, Shaggy, Rayvon, Terry Ganzie, Kulcha Knox, Sanchez, Frisco Kid, Don Yute and Dirtsman.

Riddim like Livestock, All Fruits Ripe, Batty Rider, Bruk Wine Butterfly, Love Punnany Bad, Excellence, Top Ten, Three Blind Mice, Story Come To Bump, Car Crash, Ba Ba Boom, Action, Could You Be Loved... Productions from Mad House, Shocking Vibes, Jammys and Digital B. 60+ tracks.

BIG UP TERROR FABULOUS - TOP-RANKING DEEJAY IN THE 90S
Versatile deejay Terror Fabulous blazed out of the Mad House and Shocking Vibes camps in 1991 alongside man like Daddy Screw, Buju, Louie Culture, Beenie and Capleton and had a string of hits throughout the early and mid 1990s. Similar in style to Buju (without the rockstone voice) but with his own trademark pronounced intonation, Terror hit first with bogle gal tunes like Gwaney Gwaney & Dorothy and tuff reality tunes like No Retreat, No Surrender and Order. His 1993 collaboration with Nadine Sutherland, Action, was a worldwide hit, winning him a major label deal for an album. The excellent Yaga Yaga, produced by Dave Kelly, was well received but a return to the grassroots soon followed. He went on to record many great tunes for Penthouse, Digital B, King Jammys/John John, Fat Eyes, Xterminator, Black Scorpio and others, coming with more and more killer reality sides after 1994. Sadly the hits dried up by the end of the decade as the sound began to change and new names emerged and Terror Fabulous, along with fellow deejays Louie Culture, Terry Ganzie and Determine, seemed to drop out of the race.

Standing Firm - Roots N Culture 2011
September 29, 2011 04:15 AM PDT
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Standing Firm - Roots N Culture Mixtape. New roots and one-drop reality selections on some real heavy dub rhythms. Excursions on the Tonight (BDF), Police in Helicopter Reactivated (Necessary Mayhem), Herbsman Hustling (Bombrush), more versions on Prisonbreak (Bass Runner), Standing Firm (Sick Donkey) Rootsman Skanking (Kingston) and an extended Promise Land mix (DEB/Ghetto Youths). Karim Burrell's new look Xterminator come with a gem of a riddim, Long Days, Short Nights, my selection of the month... Jesse Royal chats in fine style while Kayla does an irie cut of Ain't That Loving You. Michael Rose is on excellent, militant form. Buju tribute from Beres Hammond.

Featuring: Dennis Brown, Damien Marley, NAS, Aswad, Anthony Johnson, David Hinds, Michael Rose, Rootsamala, The Silvertones, Kojak, Heartical, The Basque Dub Foundation, Dub Terror, Gyptian, Duane Stephenson, Queen Ifrica, Lutan Fyah, Kymani Marley, Julian Marley, J.O.E., Sugar Minott, John Holt, Million Stylez, YT, Mr. Williams, Joggo, Da Grinch, Jesse Royal, Sizzla, Kayla Bliss, Beres Hammond, Assassin, Zareb, Fantan Mojah, Natty King, Luke Rich, Nikki Burt, Richie Spice, Tarrus Riley, Barbee, Macka Diamond, Chezidek, Jahson Ites, Essential I, Prezident Brown, Promoe, Jah Cure and dub poet Ras Haile Malekot.

Play Me Some Roots 2011
August 19, 2011 04:50 AM PDT
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Play Me Some Roots Rock Reggae. More conscious roots music for 2011 from Yard and abroad. More cruciality from Joggo, Mojo Morgan and Tarrus Riley. Perfect responds to sentencing in Miami with Hold On Buju. Another highlight is Rasta Chant by Jah Over Evil (J.O.E.) - formerly Lil' Joe, recorded shortly before his untimely death from a brain aneurism...RIP. Jahson Ites brings the EZ vibe all the way from Tonasket, Washington. Riddim like Gorilla (Necessary Mayhem), Nyabinghi (Bombrush), Box Guitar (Tiger), Delly Ranks' Saudi Arabia (Pure Music), Fuss & Fight (John John) I-Love (Rootsdown) and the essential Prisonbreak from Bassrunner.

Featuring: Joggo Seedorf, Perfect Giddimani, Mojo Morgan, Sizzla, Tarrus Riley, Omar Perry, Gappy Ranks, Tippa Irie, Chukki Star, Macka B, Junior Byles, Million Stylez, Busy Signal, Cobra, J.O.E. (Jah Over Evil), Third World, Stephen Marley, Norris Man, Mikey General, Tony Rebel, Lutan Fyah, Kymani Marley, Michael Rose, Cham, Bounty Killer, Shabba Ranks, Buju Banton, Gramps Morgan, Barrington Levy, Alborosie, Junior Reid, Spanner Banner, Richie Spice, Anthony B, Luciano, Ginjah, Lion Sitte and Jahson Ites.

Soundboy Kuff N Dem - Dancehall Pressure 1987-88 - Part 1
May 03, 2011 10:51 AM PDT
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Soundboy Kuff 'N' Dem - Dancehall pressure 1988. Wicked and bad raggamuffin soundbwoy collection mixtape from 1988. Nuff hi-power hits from King Jammy's, Witty, King Tubby's, George Phang (Power House), Fashion Records, Techniques and Steelie & Cleevie. Version pon version inna continuous mix stylee...

Featuring: Don Angelo, Carl Meeks, Super Black, Cutty Ranks, Bunny Lie Lie, Shelley Thunder, Trevor Sparks, Supercat, Reggie Stepper, Grindsman, Johnny Osbourne, Kenny Knotts, Taxman, Courtney Melody, Shabba Ranks, Admiral Bailey, Lecturer, Gregory Isaacs, Sanchez, Ed Robinson, Mikey General, Hugo Barrington, Scion Success, Pad Anthony, Admiral Tibett and Sugar Minott.