DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, January 2008 - The fourth episode of the Potcast will definitely keep the barber away: check out a dreadful session of 70's conscious Reggae Music.
Some say, that Reggae music can best be enjoyed when smoking a good one on top of that. Well, that is up to everyone to decide. Fact is, that Reggae Music can make you feel Ire with or without Lamb's Bread.
You definitely do not have to be a "Pothead" to enjoy the Potcast, though. You just have to love and love Reggae Music with your heart and soul. Sharing the love with our selector, who does his best to make you feel Ire.
And he's quite good at it, too!
Every now and then, the selector will add some crucial flangers and phasers to the mix. Not in a disturbing way, though. Just like feeling ire can be subtle, so are the effects that perfectly blend the different tunes into one vibe.
The fact that the mix contains a selection of stricktly conscious and spiritual Reggae music, gives an extra dimension to the mix. While those that may not necessarily be interested in the topics of the lyrics just rock to the rhythm of the drum and bass line, those with spiritual ears to hear will know themselves to be encouraged once again to move forward in consciousness.
For which I and I give thanks!
01. Barry Brown - Mafia - Time 1
02. Big Youth - Big Youth Capitalist - Vivian Jackson/Yabby U
03. Jr. Byles - Fade Away - Joe Frasier
04. Dennis Brown - Some Like It Hot - Observer
05. Dillinger - Riding Down Memory Lane - Observer
06. Devon Irons - When Jah Come - Clocktower
07. Meditations - Life Is Not Easy - Scandal
08. Heptones - Storm Cloud - Hep Hep
09. Abyssinians - This Land Is For Everyone - Clinch
10. Linval Thompson - Don't Cut Off Your Dreadlocks - Striker Lee
11. Prince Alla - Funeral - Tappa
12. Cornell Campbell - No Man's Land - Joe Gibbs
13. Wailing Souls - Joy within your heart - Well Charge
14. Jr Blair - I want someone - Ossie´s Motion
15. Peter Tosh - You Can't Fool Me Again - Impact!
16. Ronnie Davis - Everybody Needs Love - On Top