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WWW, September 2007 - Reggae Music is a living music. Some would like to keep it somewhere back in the 1970's and pretend the music died somewhere back in that time.
Mick sleeper isn't like that, as he spins a couple of crucial Modern Roots tunes that will cause Babylon to catch a fire once more!
Some call it the Rasta Renaissance: in the 1990's the Bobo Shanti House of Rastafari gained a significance voice in Reggae Music. The Bobo's had thus far not really been that visible within the Reggae Industry, but they came on a mission.
The Bobo Shanti's came to clean up the Dance. Their massive movement was a direct answer to the slackness and cokane-influenced Dancehall that seemed to run the Jamaican Dancehalls during a significant part of the late 1980's.
This episode of Mick Sleeper's Record Shack is completely livicated to the Rasta Renaissance. Lot's of Fire Burning in this selection, nuff chanting down Babylon. Singers and DJ's in a non-stop mix of Rasta Righteousness to lift up our consciousness.
01. MUST GET A BEATIN - Peter Tosh & Buju Banton
02. BURN OUT DA WAR - Anthony B
03. WE SHALL OVERCOME - Mark Wonder
04. EIGHT GANGSTERS - Perfect
05. LIVE IT UP - T.O.K.
06. ENEMIES - Pinchers
07. WHAT THE HELL - Turbulence
08. HANG DOWN YOUR HEAD - Simple Simon
09. GIVE PRAISES - Jah Mason
10. TIME SO TOUGH - Richie Spice
11. ONE LIFE TO LIVE - Spectacular
12. CALLING - Chuck Fenda
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