NYC comes hard with heavy roots every time. You should know that, as this blog has been a virtual Wackies showcase over the past 6 months.
I must say, this is one of the toughest mixes we’ve ever constructed. Hard reggae, real hard. This speaks directly to the real heads out there. “Who feels it knows it.” From Saint Croix to Washington, DC to the world. … Continue Reading
Many thanks to Dubwise Garage at www.bobmarleyconcerts.com.
Another recent addition to the MIDNIGHT RAVER archives by our friend Doctor Dread is the “Hurting Inside” 7″ vinyl 45 rpm, which was released in 1979 on the High Note label. On the flip is the outstanding version titled “Still… Continue Reading
My latest vinyl acquisition is the Earl Sixteen “Milk & Honey” 10″ Vinyl 45 rpm (Roots & Fyah) 2011. The riddim here is derived from Dennis Brown’s “Milk & Honey,” which was arranged, produced, and recorded by Joe Gibbs and… Continue Reading
Friend of the blog Demo Delgado. Fyahh! Please visit his You Tube channel.
Please read the article I just wrote about my good friend Keith Anderson, more commonly known as Bob Andy. Also, HERE is my exclusive interview with the legendary roots musician.
I highly recommend that you visit the KINGSTON ROOTS blog. I don’t know who runs it, but he shares TONS and TONS of rare, out-of-print, C-label reggae. These are records you’ve probably never seen, and you will probably never see… Continue Reading
How Ivory Coast’s roots-reggae champion Tiken Jah Fakoly became Montreal’s new adopted son.
My good friend Dubwise Garage has a never-ending catalogue of rare recordings and live shows. He also recently launched a blog. If you are interested in obtaining rare music and live concert recordings, I would suggest you pay Dubwise Garage… Continue Reading