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Drizz

"Di Reggae Yard"

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Drizz

Well, we seem to lack a reggae thread on these forums. Who's fan of some Jamaican vibe?.. Let's talk about.

 

I, personally, am more of a roots reggae head, preferring Black Uhuru, Bob Marley, ASWAD, Culture, the list goes on... Well, you get it - mostly older and melodic music.

 

 

--- Bull in the pen, Black Uhuru

 

--- International herb, Culture (RIP to the vocalist, what a great guy he was)

http://youtube.com/watch?v=LcHVPFrsx9o --- 54-46 Was My Number, ASWAD

 

List goes on, you know.

 

Some new music is good too, though. Not as nice as the older one, but I still like.

 

 

--- Jah Jah City, Capleton f/ Sizzla

http://youtube.com/watch?v=Vr73Y3SAyOc --- It Was Written, Damian Marley, Stephen Marley, Capleton

 

I sort of dislike the dancehall reggae... Meh. It's good in the clubs, when you're drunk or high, but it has almost nothing musical in it. Rythm and scream.

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XN22

Augustus Pablo. That is all.

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Drizz

Sure, Augustus Pablo is great. But he isn't all, though. :3

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XN22

Hm, who else...

 

The Paragons

Dennis Brown

Monty Morris

 

Bleh, there's plenty more that I can't be assed to list.

 

edit: Also, hurf de durf.

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Mullen

I'm more into Skinhead Reggae, Bluebeat, Rocksteady and such. Trojan records is the best, my favourite albums include Mod Reggae Box Set, Soulful Reggae Box Set, Rocksteady Box Set, Skinhead Reggae Box Set, Suedehead Reggae Box Set, Skinhead Revolt, Skinhead Moonstomp by Symarip...Stuff like that.

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Vic Campo

i like some bob marley

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Drizz

Skinhead Reggae?.. Never heard about it. Wait.. SKINHEAD and REGGAE... Do these two even match?

 

 

 

The music is good, I just peeped it. But I always thought the word "skinhead" was a direct relative of "racism", while Reggae was originally a Black Jamaican music.

 

Paradox.

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Mister Pink

I shall hopefully be catching Lee 'Scratch' Perry next week here in Dublin. Can't wait.

 

"Are we done? Then Dub it!"

 

 

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Drizz

Wut. This guy looks old.

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Silent-Bob

The Harder They Come soundtrack. 'Nuff said.

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just another thug

I dig raggae.

 

I always try to catch the local raggae fest at the hippie campground. Fun times.

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Mullen

 

Skinhead Reggae?.. Never heard about it. Wait.. SKINHEAD and REGGAE... Do these two even match?

 

 

 

The music is good, I just peeped it. But I always thought the word "skinhead" was a direct relative of "racism", while Reggae was originally a Black Jamaican music.

 

Paradox.

The skinhead subculture has nothing to do with racism or anything for that matter, search it on wikipedia or something. Most people associate it with racism because as the National Front started to recruit some of the skinheads into their ranks, the media focused a lot of attention on them. The fact that the original skinheads weren't racist (and still aren't racist in the present, there's a very bigger number of anti-racist or just non-racist ones) and there even were blacks (Jamaicans) among them wasn't known by most people.

 

Also, when you're talking about those fascistoid dingbats who shave their head with a razor-blade (not like a skinhead is supposed to do), don't call them skinheads because they don't even dress like one. Call them boneheads instead.

 

Also, take a look at this video:

 

 

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Mister Pink

 

Wut. This guy looks old.

Yep, he was born in 1936 and he's still going strong. His last album is a smacker. Hes only produced for Bob Marley & the Wailers Junior Byles (to name a couple) and credited with creating Dub Reggae won a Grammy and is on the Rolling Stone top 100 list of Greatest Artists of All Time..

 

That and he's a complete nut-ball. Watch him while he plays with a fire outside his house/studio with Jools Holland. Notice the toaster.

 

"Have you ever heard of the Atomic Man? Well, I am the Atomic Man."

 

 

 

Recent live show...

 

 

 

Looks like he's going to have a heart attack any second.

 

Sorry for posting lots of his stuff but I guess I'm just very excited to see him. lol.gif

 

 

 

 

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jimmy.

I love reggae. Basically every Trojan Records album is great. I especially like Bob of course, Toots and the Maytals, the Upsetters, the Ethiopians, Beres Hammond, U-Roy, Luciano, King Tubby, Mad Professor and a whole bunch of other stuff that would be too long to list.

 

Great song, and look at U-Roys eyes!

 

U-Roy toasting at the beginning. Kind of a precursor to rapping.

 

U-Roy - Soul Rebel

 

Beres Hammond - Putting Up A Resistance.

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Mister Pink
Just got the Dub Side of the Moon album. It's f*ckin' excellent!

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Loyal to the Game

I'm not into reggae at all, but I wanna start getting into it. Theres a guy called Dwayne Husbands but I don't know if he sings reggae because I've only heard him in a Rihanna song that had a reggae beat plus he sounds Jamacan.

 

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XN22
Just got the Dub Side of the Moon album. It's f*ckin' excellent!

It is indeed. Us and Them is great.

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Mullen

Just got these:

 

Delroy Wilson - Good All Over (Studio One)

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V.A. - Funky Chicken (Trojan) cookie.gifcookie.gifcookie.gifcookie.gifcookie.gif

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Sound Dimension - Jamaica Soul Shake, Vol. 1 (Studio One)

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Rico Rodriguez & the rudies - blow your horn (Trojan)

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Colonel Elliott And The Lunatics - Interstellar Reggae Drive

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Drizz

Woh, hell yeah! :3

 

Also, here's the song that gets me hooked for hours, non-stop listening. Morgan Heritage is simply just too great on this track. It's the Mount Zion Medley, with Capleton (sort of Jah Jah City's remix), Jah Cure, Morgan Heritage and more.

 

 

Here's the official video:

 

 

 

Morgan Heritage wins so hard... "Liberation woooh... Wo-ooo-ooh..."

 

 

---

 

Dub has to be my favorite over all. If Reggae is more sunshine-feeling, Dub really matches myself: more rythmic and slightly darker vibes.

 

Also, any of you guys heard Russian Reggae?.. Must be strange for you to hear such, but I'm telling you, it's great. This is my favorite band: Jah Division, of Russian musicians and a Cuban vocalist. I went to one of their shows in Nijni Novgorod, the ambiance is just magic; especially because Gera Morales, the singer, has dreads to his toes and is always smiling.

 

Here's their concert recording, Jah Rastafari song:

 

 

 

 

Here's their video, Cubana:

 

 

 

Great tune.

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topdogkiller

peter tosh is my favorite. I've heard his, bob's, augustas, dennis and bunny's mmusic since I was young. I always choose peter over bob because bob is so well known and respected. and though peter is, not lot of people know him. The original herbalist verbalist.

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beavis

Good to hear theres people on here that like reggae. I believe someone mentioned Lee "Scratch" Perry...hell yeah! Had a chance to catch him at reggae rising this year. Dancehall is pretty popular around and last week, Yellowman came over and thru a wild performance.

 

Max Romeo anyone?

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Drizz

Oh yeah. Peter Tosh is great. "Some call it marijuana... Some call it ganja... Legalize it..." Haha.

 

Unlike Black Uhuru, there's a few songs of Bob's that I don't like. ):

 

Anyways, more of Gera Morales:

 

 

 

And the best one

 

 

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Mister Pink
Good to hear theres people on here that like reggae. I believe someone mentioned Lee "Scratch" Perry...hell yeah! Had a chance to catch him at reggae rising this year. Dancehall is pretty popular around and last week, Yellowman came over and thru a wild performance.

 

Max Romeo anyone?

Nice one. Bet it was great. Hopefully I'll be catching Mr Perry this weekend. icon14.gif I'll have to see.

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Mullen

I feel like posting some all time classic tracks, so here they are

 

The Upsetters - Clint Eastwood

 

 

The Upsetters - Return of Django

 

 

Joe the Boss - Skinhead Revolt

 

 

Winston Groovy - Funky Chicken

 

 

Gotta go right now, I'll post some more later.

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Mister Pink

Great tracks ^

 

Here's some I knicked from youtube...

 

 

 

 

Barrington Levy - Here I come "I'm broad, I'm broad...I'm broader than Broadway!"

 

 

Pink Floyd's Money by Easy All Stars from the album Dub Side of The Moon.

 

 

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Mullen

More classics:

 

The Vulcans - Dr. Spock

 

 

Chosen Few - Shaft

 

 

The Prophets - Revenge of Eastwood

 

 

Crystalites - The Undertaker

 

 

 

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beavis
Great tracks ^

 

Here's some I knicked from youtube...

 

 

 

 

Barrington Levy - Here I come "I'm broad, I'm broad...I'm broader than Broadway!"

 

 

Pink Floyd's Money by Easy All Stars from the album Dub Side of The Moon.

 

I'm sure you've heard of Barrington's collie weed right? I love that song! I think I've seen a live version somewhere on youtube.

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johnson.

Road To Zion - Damian Marley ft Nas

 

 

Welcome To Jamrock - Damian Marley

 

 

jammin!

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Dem57
More classics:

 

The Vulcans - Dr. Spock

 

 

Chosen Few - Shaft

 

 

The Prophets - Revenge of Eastwood

 

 

Crystalites - The Undertaker

 

Good stuff, but you forgot the simaryp

 

Simaryp - Skinhead girl

 

 

 

Simaryp - Skinhead Moonstomp

 

 

 

 

^that one was in gta london -69^

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Drizz

Totally a classic.

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