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WWW, September 2007 - Starting with a musical reasoning by Tony Rebel, the seventh episode of Ian's House of Reggae takes us straight to the heart of Reggae in another hour of Reggae-Iducation.
Ian's House of Reggae definitely adds something to the growing number of good broadcasters in the Podosphere. He does his research, like to add information and sometimes center his shows around a certain theme.
In this beginning of this episode, our host looks into the more spiritual side of Reggae Music. Tony Rebel shares a reasoning, Johnny Clarke sings truths and rights while Owen Gray performs an old classic spiritual.
He also looks back into the 1950's in an honoring of Jamaica mento legend Alerth Bedasse as he plays what was then deemed a very hostile tune by the Jamaican parliament.
Among many other tunes and descriptions, that is...
BROADCASTER'S COMMENTS:The House of Reggae welcomes you back for another 60 minutes of fine Jamaican music and in this show we start off with some thought provoking reasoning from Tony Rebel and also include another rare white label 7", a tribute to Jamaican mento legend Alerth Bedasse who passed away last month and more great tunes spanning the last 50 years than you can shake a stick (or should that be a rod) at......
01. Reasoning with Tony Rebel
02. Johnny Clarke - Be Upright Natty Dread
03. unknown artist - untitled
04. Owen Gray - Walk All Over
05. Johnny Osbourne - Jah Promise
06. Junior Kelly - Love So Nice
07. Leroy Gibbons - This Magic Moment
08. Alerth Bedasse & The Calypso Quintet - Night Food
09. The Hippy Boys - Temptation
10. Rising Son - Peace Man + dub version
11. Don Carlos - Nice Time (Late Night Blues)
12. Morgan Heritage - Brooklyn & Jamaica
13. The Heptones - Mama Say
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