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Loads of reggae classics when Suns of Dub select their Greensleeves favorites

Jamaican ensemble and production crew Suns of Dub – led by the late Augustus Pablo’s son Addis Pablo – has created a mixtape for VP/Greensleeves by using the label’s extensive catalogue. 109 more words

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Ruffy & Tuffy

“Othis ‘Tuffy Radikal’ Newton is a singer of unique caliber. His special tone and expression are used to bridge culture and roots with dancehall. This mellow singer has a history in Reggae Music Fraternity, being half of the duo Ruffy and Tuffy, twin brothers. 170 more words


Hugh Mundell - Book Of Life + Jah Levi - (Verse 2) + Book Of Dub

“Hugh Mundell wrote and sang the opening verses of ‘Day of Judgment’ when he was just fourteen years of age. The words hit hard – a one-two punch to capitalism and the vampire of Babylon. 238 more words

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Essential Augustus Pablo album reissued

Augustus Pablo’s King David’s Melody is a collection of self-produced singles issued between circa 1975 and 1982 and it was originally released in 1983 and has since been reissued several times, often with bonus material. 72 more words

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My Top 10 iPod Tracks - 010317

  1. (-) – ‘Round Midnight – Charlie Parker
  2. (-) – Parker’s Mood  – Charlie Parker
  3. (-) – Slow Boat To China – Charlie Parker
  4. (-) – How High The Moon  – Charlie Parker…
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My Top 10 Last.FM Artists- 010317

  1. (-) – Bee Gees
  2. (-) – Celine Carroll
  3. (-) – Charlie Parker
  4. (-) – Augustus Pablo
  5. (-) – Andy Partridge
  6. (-) – Cabaret Voltaire
  7. (-) – Aretha Franklin…
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Cornell Campbell - I Shall Not Remove: 1975-1980

“Most Blood & Fire releases should be considered essential purchases for any fan of golden-era reggae, but this one is even better than most. Cornel Campbell is one of the best reggae singers ever recorded — a sweet-toned falsettist with effortless intonation and a cool, assured delivery that is incredibly easy on the ear. 323 more words

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