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Rastafarian Reggae Tune titled:New Day lyrics and singing by:Sennid riddim by:Irie Boa inspired by:JAH RASTAFARI H.I.M. HAILE SELASSIE i 1st
Download Promo Mixtape https://bit.ly/NewReggaeMixJuly2020 PLAYLIST Chris Martin - Between the Lines Ce'cile - Breakup I-Octane - Someone to Love Konshens - Love is Here Busy Signal - Watch Me Romain Virgo - Hero Lila Ike - I Spy Anthony B - Easy Rocking Etana - 100 On The Highway Luciano - I Wonder Arise Roots - Cali Love Jesse Royal - Ooh La La Gentleman - Can't Stop the Love Protoje - Same So Chezidek - All Will Be Gone Duane Stephenson - God Nah Sleep Lutan Fyah - Cried Unto Jah Fantan Mojah - Show Love Buju Banton - Helping Hand Lutan Fyah - Harvest Time AbiYah Yisrael - Calabash Running Over Singing U - My Struggle Ginjah; Loyal Flames - Poison World Pressure - Earth Rightful Busy Signal - Jamaica Jamaica Cecile - Focus on Me Christopher Martin - Rock Me Lutan Fyah - Turning Me on Turbulence - Be My Bonafide POWERMAN feat BUSY SIGNAL- Jamaica Jamrock Richie Spice - De Stress Sizzla - Free Up Pressure Busspipe - We Can't Stop Lutan Fyah - It's a Party Thriller U - Potholes Chezidek - Jah Protect I Life Lila Ike - Thy Will Luciano - We Need To Unite Fiona - Love Don't Fail Me Lukie D - Lifetime Love Anthony Cruz - Cyaah Lock Off De Dance Anthony B - Rock Steady Luciano - New Sheriff Chezidek - Try Again Richie Spice; Chronixx - Unity We Need Luciano; Jesse Royal - The Music Lutan Fyah - Gone Too Far Buju Banton - Appreciated Etana - Bubble Jah Cure - Rock the Boat Lutan Fyah - Twitter Friend Rufftop Rock I - In These Times Anthony B - Black and Proud Powerman - Strongest Turbulence - Tribute to Mama Ginjah - Bible and Key Chronixx; Kabaka Pyramid - Same Prayer Luciano - The Answer Luciano; Iba Mahr - The Victory Buju Banton - I Am a Jamaican Lila Ike - Forget Me Romain Virgo - Best of Me
If you like what you hear...press the share button my friend! ROOTIKAL RADIOSHOW #63 - Finest in Roots, Dub, Stepper and Bass Culture hosted by Selector TKZ aka TangoKiloZulu & Uli Nefzer. Always fresh and uplifting every month. Instagram: www.instagram.com/rootikal_official/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/rootikalradioshow www.facebook.com/selector.tangokilozulu Bookings: [email protected] Playlist: 1 Ashanti Selah & Bukka feat.Vale - The Valleys 2 Ashanti Selah & Bukka feat.Vale - Into the Shadows 3 The Illuminated ft. Vale - Liberation 4 Benjammin - Riot in the Streets 5 Thompson Sound - Riot in Dub 6 Moa Anbessa & Prince David - Can´t breathe 7 Moa Anbessa & Prince David - Can´t breathe Dub 8 Orvelle Smith - Walking on Tightrope 9 Mannasseh - Version 10 Fikir Amlak - African Raindrops 11 Ital Horns - African Horns 12 Jesse Royal - Fresh like the Morning 13 Wellette Seyon - Rastafari 14 Kai Dub - Rastafari Dub 15 Dreadzone & Dubmatix - Dread Lockdown 16 Lutan Fyah & MCPullish meets Chazbo - Ras Always 17 Lutan Fyah & MCPullish meets Chazbo - Ras Always Dub 18 Pablo Gad - Global Lie 19 Petah Sunday - Slave Labour Dub 20 Baltimores meets Dub Foundry - Fit you haffi Fit 21 Baltimores meets Dub Foundry - Dub you haffi Dub 22 Saralene & Habesha & High Elements - Open the Borders 23 Saralene & Habesha & High Elements - Open the Dub 24 Violinbwoy - Requiem 25 Kodama Dub - Tides Pt II 26 Wicked & Bonny feat. Mexican Stepper & Isha Bel - Babylon Crash 27 Frenk Dublin - Tortuga Dub 28 Judah Eskender Tafri - Land of Confusion 29 Jonah dan - Land of Dub 30 Manasseh meets Praise - Nathan the Prophet Blackwood Soundsystem Guest Mix
Some classic Wailing Souls to go along with the release of their brand new single, "Shark Attack" feat. Alborosie. For a deeper dive into the Wailing Souls, visit their Reggae Icons playlist on the Greensleeves Spotify page: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6rLWUtroMorLdwVukkqmiX?si=2WFDqG5DTluneFiFUeLnUQ ... Wailing Souls are standard bearers and among the few active surviving elder statesmen from the birth and the golden era of reggae music. With a career spanning more than five decades, from rock steady through reggae to dancehall and beyond, their canon is part of the soundtrack of Jamaica itself. Songs including “Fire House Rock,” “Jah Jah Give Us Life,” “Mr. Fire Coal Man,” and “Shark Attack” mark creative high points in reggae history. With the 2020 release of Back A Yard, produced by Alborosie, the group marks 25 albums in a career that includes three Grammy Award nominations for Best Reggae Album, and a pioneering 1992 appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Pipe and Bread’s creative history dates to Jamaica’s rock steady days in a group called The Renegades with George Haye. A number of name changes would take place into the 1970s, while they would first use the name Wailing Souls for a track called “Gold Digger” for producer Lloyd Daley in 1970. At that time, Pipe and Bread were joined by Norman “Fats D” Davis and Oswald “Sabu” Downer. With this lineup, the group also made a series of key recordings for Coxson Dodd’s iconic Studio One label, which included “Mr. Fire Coal Man,” “Back Out,” and “Things & Time.” These recordings either credited Wailing Souls or The Classics. The group’s close association with Bob Marley & The Wailers during this era included singing harmony on Marley’s “Trench Town Rock” and seeing two tracks released on Marley’s Tuff Gong label in 1972, as Pipe & The Pipers. While the Souls have worked with many record labels over the years, including Island, Columbia, and BMG, many associate their greatest recordings with Greensleeves Records and a series of albums including Fire House Rock, Inchpinchers, On The Rocks, and Stranded. During this period, the group was known for its four-part harmonies that included George “Buddy” Haye and Garth Dennis, formerly (and subsequently) of Black Uhuru. They were both in the group from 1976-1985, starting with the update of “Things & Time.” With Back A Yard, Wailing Souls further solidify their place among Jamaican music’s all-time greats.
Midnight Riders meets the Naram Rhythm Section (RRLP01) The fire starter from Te Mata, Red Robin Records, is proud to announce its very first full length LP – showcasing the unique Waterhouse style vocals of their dear friend Winston ‘Midnight Riders’ Powell. The culmination of nearly five years work (and two trips to Jamaica), Midnight Riders meets the Naram Rhythm Section celebrates the full breadth of 80s reggae culture – with ten tracks running from classic roots to hardcore rub-a-dub to obscure digital. Surprisingly, this release also marks the debut album for the veteran Midnight Riders – who first cut his teeth in Jamaican studios such as Channel One and Blue Mountain in the early 80s. With the benefit of wisdom, Midnight Riders recounts tales of long nights in the dancehall, love (lost and found) and the realities of life in the ghetto in both Jamaica and America. With the rhythms all played, recorded and mixed by New Zealand’s rub-a-dub chemist Naram, this album is a compelling tribute to a classic period of reggae history and a must have for any serious collector. Artwork by Shemo (Mexico) Mastered by Wax Alchemy (Japan) Released by Red Robin Records, August 2020
Rastafarian Reggae Tune! Titled:Stand Strong Lyrics and Singing by:Sennid Riddim by:BewareHouse Inspired by:JAH RASTAFARI H.I.M. HAILE SELASSIE i 1st