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Late 70's and Early 80's Downtempo Roots Reggae

Featured within this episode are a hand-full of rootsy downtempo one-drop riddims with the best singers of the era from 1977 to about 1982.  Catch Them Jah Jah, Three Blind Mice, Ain’t No Sunshine, Worries In The Dance, and Jumpy Girl are the riddims highlighted. 125 more words

Reggae

Uprising in Europe

THE Uprising Roots Band are unapologetic carriers of the culture banner first unfurled in the 1970s by acts like Marley and The Wailers, Burning Spear and Jimmy Cliff. 234 more words

Black To I Roots Tour '15

Fall In Dub at the Rocksteady ATL Day Party, Sunday August 2 #Dreggae

Join us at The Sound Table down on Edgewood Avenue on SUNDAY August 2nd from 5PM-12AM for the ROCKSTEADY ATL SUNNY SEASON DAY PARTY which will feature a special appearance by ATL reggae music powerhouse,  131 more words

Reggae

Nyacoustic Chants offers a stunning ethereal and spiritual journey

At U.S. based label and production house Zion High Productions they go their own way. That was clear last year when they issued saxophone player Jah Bless’ excellent instrumental album… 148 more words

Reggae

DREGGAE + Shane Talon & DJ Empress Rah: #ROCKSTEADYATL Aug. 2, 2015

ROCKSTEADY ATL SUNNY SEASON DAY PARTY

SUNDAY August 2nd

5PM-12AM

MUSIC BY: 

DJ Passport

HIGHLANDA SOUND

Guest DJs:

Shane Talon

DJ Empress Rah

PERFORMANCE BY: … 120 more words

Reggae

The Royals - Israel Be Wise (UAG 30206) (1978)

Solid late-entry in the roots reggae stakes recorded and mixed at Channel One (‘the baddest studio’), Roy Cousins’ Royals are still not the JA outfit I would have expected to receive deluxe, textured gatefold treatment from United Artists (via their Ballistic Records imprint). 86 more words

Albums

Dandelion - Feeling The Pressure

I’ve literally just got off the plane after flying back from Bestival in Toronto and straight into the office, so I’m still far to hazy to feel any pressure, but for those of you who have been swallowed up and spat out by Tuesday today, don’t worry my boy… 65 more words

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