Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by cicero2, Apr 11, 2008.
Toots and the Maytalls - Funky Kingston
black roots - in session
this is reggae music, the golden era 60 - 75
disc 1 - train to skaville
perfect day for reggae today - hot in sf, even after dark.
Nasio Fontaine - Universal Cry
Bob Marley and the Wailers - Concrete Jungle
Exodus was a huge smash but Catch A Fire is my most favorite album.
I picked this one up the other day - pretty good in my opinion.
bob marley - trenchtown rock
before that . . . king tubby - the roots of dub
Gregory Isaacs Night Nurse
Various Artists Grooveyard
Edi Fitzroy First Class Citizen
Burning Spear Live in Paris
trojan dub box set - disc 1
Catch A Fire is an amazing album. I kinda like Rastaman Vibration, too.
Michael (cicero2) - Nice playlist, I'll definitely be getting into this one.
They're from Ocean Beach... Mystic!
Michael (cicero2) - Nice playlist, I'll definitely be getting into this one.[/QUOTE]
thanks, but i have to admit that i don't have more than 20 or so reggae discs, so there are going to be lots of repeats.
prince douglas - dub roots
Enjoying Putumayo Presents: World Reggae compilation lately.
Bob Marley & The Wailers - Natty Dread, 1974 [CD - Diament Master]
Fairly fond of Steel Pulse, African Holocaust.
Bob Marley & The Wailers - Uprising, 1980
rhythm & sound - s/t
Black Uhura: Sensamillia
The Harder They Come: OST
But my most favorite ever reggae LP will always be Equal Rights by Peter Tosh....I'm a Stepping Razor....don't you watch my size!
The Wailers - Catch A Fire, 1973
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