Saturday, December 1, 2007

Give Thanks... With Version! (MP3 Review)


WWW, December 2007 - Shortly introduced by our host, here is 25 minutes of what could be called THE Rastafarian Riddim of all times. Give Thanks And Praise, or in Ethiopian Language: Satta Massa Gana!

Satta Massa Gana is widely considered to be the Rastafarian Anthem of all times and houses. A whole host of artists released something on the riddim and almost every time it is a spiritual experience for both the artist and the listener.

There's even something deeply spiritual in the riddim itself, as we can hear in this podcast. Our host selected ten great renderings of the classic riddim, each one in itself a beauty!


01. Satta Massagana (from Rockers)- Third World
02. Blessed - U Roy
03. Holy Satta - I Roy
04. Silent Satta- Augustus Pablo
05. Man Of Jah- Luciano
06. I Prey Thee- Big Youth
07. Dahina Dimps- Dean Frasier
08. Charming Version- Lloyd Charmers
09. Mandala- Tommy McCook
10. Satta Massagana- Abyssinians



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