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Reggae MD Cure-All Midnight Dread radiogram


March arrives like a lion with this Crucial Audio Tonic blended to bring consciousness from the roots to abate the illin’ and begin the chillin’. Take a deep breath and focus on the space between the notes.


Healing all around. Doctor’s orders. Today’s fresh 76 minute mix vital ingredients provide a positive pick-up. They include a very Happy 70th Birthday today to Burning Spear who starts the program’s reggae remedies with his classic “Reggae Physician” off Appointment With His Majesty then it’s Jah Cure, Rocker-T and Joan Baez, Mikey Dread, new Taz Vegas featuring Marty Dread, new Carlene Davis, Cleopatra Williams with Yabby You, new Cool Prestige, Serious Smokers, Philly Gumbo, Sergent Garcia, new Protoje, Freddie McGregor with Etana and much more.


The centerpiece of this program is the fierce footlong forty-five from Philly Gumbo entitled “(No Such Thing As A) Holy War” released in 1983. Clocking in at well over 9 minutes its scarce vital vinyl grooves capture a blistering vocal chanting down all violence in the name of peace and spirituality. An amazing guitar solo, plus a dynamite dub-out with a lickle bit of “Sixteen Tons” thrown in make for an even more heavyweight performance and message. Thanks to Philly Gumbo’s keyboard player Randall Grass of Shanachie Records for the dub. As Earl Sixteen sings along with Addis Pablo “we don’t need the revolution, we need a solution for the next generation…”


Heal I up with this week’s Reggae MD Cure-All. Burn any rug, ram any dance floor, and get your juices flowing with last week’s Reggae MD Ska Tissue exciting exskavaganza!




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