Walshy Fire & Willie Chin did this Live Mix on BBC Radio, hosted by Seanie B.
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You can download the audio here.
1.disrupt – arp attack (J) (X)
2.disrupt – Asteroid dub force (J)
3.Maffi – Judah riddim extended dub mix (M)
4.disrupt & Bo Marley – Mofa dub (J) – (X)
5.Pupajim – Business of war Maffi rmx (M)
6.disrupt – Policeman riddim (J) – (X)
7.Solo Banton – Talk to me (M)
8.ChaCha – Media control (J) (X)
9.Pupajim – Double lock (M)
10.Mikey Murka – Sweeter (J) (X)
11.Soom T – They all Lie (M) (X)
1.Solo Banton & Trevor Irie – Dancehall nice again (M) (X)
2.disrupt – Pueblo riddim (J) (X)
3.Solo Banton – Music addict (J) (X)
4.Solo Banton – Coulda Never (M) (X)
5.El Fata – El Fata in the dancehall (J)
6.Hopeton Lindo – Rude boy dub mix (M)
7.disrupt – Citadel station (J)
8.Soom T – Push It (M)
9.Part2Style & disrupt – Argument dubplate (J) (X)
10.Pupajim – I am a robot (M)
11.Soom T – Ganja ganja clash version – (X)
1.Horace Ferguson – Oh Lord – Ujama
2.Dadawah – Zion land – Dug Out
3.Wingless Angels – Band of angels – Mindless Records white label
4.Richie McDonald & I Roy – Realize – South East Music white lable
5.Brigadier Jerry with Barry Brown – Chalice – Jwyanza
6.Desi Allstars – Huddersfield dub – Starlight
7.Sylvan Morris – Fat skank – Jaywax
8.Joe White – Underworld rock – Roosevelt
9.The Vulcans – Journey into space – Trojan
Key: (J) = Jahtari selection (M) = Maffi selection
(X) = exclusive mix, first time of airing
Jahtari (Leipzig) are Jan Gleichmar aka Disrupt & Christoph Christoph Röpke aka Rootah
Maffi (Copenhagen) are Markus Kochendorff Støvring aka Junior and Søren Kasper Udsen Villemoes (Moog)
Tomorrow in Zweibrücken!
Don’t miss this, Higher Level Sound, all night long at the legendary Erdgeschoss, at Gasthaus Sutter in Zweibrücken.
Calling All Zweibrücken, Saarbrücken, Neunkirchen, Homburg, Pirmasens & Bliesgau Massive!
This is the Kiss 100 Reggae Show of David Rodigan with Tippa Irie as a guest. Recorded live on June, the 13th.
Bunny Wailer – Congratulations – Solomonic
Damian Marley & Nas – Friends – Island
Luciano – United States Of Africa – Ras Records
Etherealites – Rockstone – Roots Garden
Ayaye – Mamas Hand – Cdr
Tippa Irie & The Far East Band – Stick To My Roots – Cargo Records
Tippa Irie & The Far East Band – Deh Side Me – Cargo Records
Tippa Irie & The Far East Band – Bad Man 2.0 – Cargo Records
Tippa Irie & The Far East Band – Horns Man Blow – Cargo Records
Romain Virgo – Ghetto – Vp Records
Gappy Ranks – Rising Out Of The Ghetto – Greensleeves Records
Collie Buddz – Come Down – Harper Digital
Kris Ellis & Stephen Marley – End Of Time – Cdr
Freddie Mckay – Rock A Bye Woman – Studio One
Tarrus Riley – Wild Fire – Vp Records
Bounty & Busy P – Something A Gotta Appen – Cdr
“Reputed Jamaican drug lord Christopher “Dudus” Coke arrived in New York under heavy security Thursday to face federal drugs and weapons charges.
He arrived in White Plains after being extradited from Jamaica earlier in the day.
Coke is charged with federal drug and weapons offenses in New York and could be sentenced to life in prison if convicted.
He will be held in a federal lockup in lower Manhattan until his arraignment Friday.
While being escorted outside the airport, Coke told NY1′s Ruschell Boone, “I love the people in Jamaica.”
A statement was released after Coke’s brief first appearance before a Jamaican judge, saying his decision not to fight extradition was best for his family, his country and his community.
Coke maintains his innocence with regards to the drug charges.
He was captured Tuesday after a month-long manhunt, in which 76 people were killed during a four-day assault in the Tivoli Gardens section of Kingston, Jamaica, where Coke was hiding.
Through a statement, the U.S. Attorney’s office said, “Drugs and guns were the bread and butter of Coke’s ‘Shower Posse.’ We are relieved that Coke’s arrest and transfer to New York was not marked by violence.”
These are some clips of an UK educational programm from the early 80ies called Rockschool. Amongst others you’ve featured teachers like Sly and Robbie and Dennis Bovell.
Via Dutch Reggae