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WWW, September 2007 - The sixth episode of Ian's House of Reggae covers 45 years of Jamaican Music.
Sure, you can enjoy Reggae Music without knowing all the details. You don't have to know the history of this music in order to feel the rhythm, but it sure helps to feel it even more. and this is where Ian's House of Reggae comes in.
In this 6th episode, he goes in-depth into Jamaica's independence from Britain before playing the 1962 track "Independent Blues" Basil Gabbidon. After that, he makes a little fun of the Gospelreggae Industry as he plays Shaggy's tune "Church Heathen" and Ninjaman's "The Pastor".
Just two highlights in what is another episode of obligatory education for every self-respecting lover of Reggae Music.
BROADCASTER'S COMMENTS: Welcome back for another show and in this I'm playing tunes covering 45 years of Jamaican music from celebrating independence in 1962 with Basil Gabbidon, all the way through to the big hit of 2007 from Shaggy, while taking in visits to Newquay and Ipswich in England aswell as the Jordan River in the Middle East on an untitled white label (one for the spotters!). Business as usual then at the House of Reggae, why not come in and enjoy the tunes......
01. Slim Smith - Hip Hug
02. Basil Gabbidon - Independent Blues
03. Shaggy - Church Heathen
04. Ninjaman - The Pastor
05. Junior Byles - Jah Power
06. The Ethiopians - Band Your Belly
07. GG All Stars - Jumbo Jet
08. Early B - DJ Government
09. unknown - untitled white label
10. Suzanne Couch - Smile
11. YT - Wicked Act
12. Hugh Mundell - Stop Them Jah
13. 1Rockers All Stars - Dub Dem Jah
14. Slim Smith - Sunny Side Of The Sea
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