Thursday, December 6, 2007

Traveling (Webmaster Column)

Dubroom Online - Edition December 6, 2007


WWW, December 6 2007 - This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Dubroom and it is definitely one of the most exciting years in the history of the website.

JAH Willing, yours truly will be traveling in the Outernet kind of soon. The journey will lead to a different continent and it won't be for a few days either.

The Dubroom will be updated while I'm on that journey, because Internet is kind of everywhere, including the place I am going to. But some work has to be done in preparation and that is what I am doing these days.

Definitely an exciting time, because all of this may very well have some fruitful results for the Dubroom too.

Give Thanks, One Love,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)

House Of Reggae #13 (MP3 Podcast Review)
Zema - Son and Daughter of JAH (Video Review)

House Of Reggae #13 (MP3 Podcast Review)


WWW, December 2007 - The House of Reggae shows that the strength of Reggae Music is greater than any evil that may cause people to fear the number 13. Thirteen great selections, all coming with crucial background information!

After a few jokes in the introduction, our host presents yet another one of his great podcasts. Thirteen may be the unlucky number for some, but they might just be missing out some seriously upfull material that will make them think different.

The thirteen tracks, played in the 13th episode of the House of Reggae, for example.

Brother Ian plays what is probably the only release ever by a singer called The Interpretor, a rare DJ tune by a totally unknown DJ called Sticks riding a dub of Horace Andy's Zion Gate, and eleven other pieces of upfull Reggae blessings.

As always, he provides information with every track. Just so that we know what we listen to, he actually does a lot of research for his shows and for that, he deserves the respect of the online (DUB) Reggae community BIG TIME!


01. Terry Linen - Low Life
02. The Interpreter - Serious Time
03. Horace Andy & Sticks - Zion Gate
04. Joe Higgs - You Hurt My Soul
05. Justin Hinds & The Dominoes - Mother Banner
06. Cutty Ranks & Tony Rebel - 20 Man Dead
07. Fanton Mojah - Hail The King
08. Perfect - Talk Black Marcus
09. Gregory Isaacs - Loving Pauper
10. The Manchesters - Natty Gone
11. Anthony Johnson - Gun Shot
12. Jah Thomas & Toyan - Non A That
13. Tiger - Raggamuffin



Zema - Son and Daughter of JAH (Video Review)

Dubroom (DUB) Reggae Video Review

WWW, December 2007 - Roots Dawta ZEMA teams up with the Gladiators and the result is an upfull Roots Reggae track with an encouraging message to the children of the Most High JAH.

ZEMA is one of Reggae's top female vocalists. She is based in Jamaica, where she also records and she does so for a long time. All her releases feature Reggae Originators and uplifting, conscious messages expressing her faith in the Most High without apology.

The sistren tours the whole world with Reggae Legends the Gladiators, and in this video they also perform together. In what could be called a duet, the Roots Dawta and Reggae Originator meet and identify themselves to be children of the Most High on a crucial Roots Reggae beat.



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