DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, December 2007 - One of the nice things in the House of Reggae is the fact that every style and time of the music that we love so much is covered. The 17th episode is no exception to that golden rule.
The show starts of with Lucian and Beres Hammond singing a duet. Later on, both singers will be represented in a solo tune as well. And that is not the only contemporary Reggae we will hear throughout the hour of what our host calls "fine Jamaican Music".
Equally, we will go back in time.
To listen to the very first release by the Chantells, just after we found out why the vocal group split and why they can never come together again.
We go further and listen to a 1968 Rocksteady tune by Dobby Dobson, who is still working and releasing music the day this is written. We also meet the brother of Desmond Dekker, the King of Ska. Known as Johnny Melody, he keeps working until this very day too.
That's all before we listen to a recording by the legendary King Stur-Gav Hi-Fi Sound System, run by none other than U Roy.
Indeed, another great episode filled with niceness, knowledge and overstanding of the music that we love so much.
Podcast Inna Fine Style!
01. Luciano & Beres Hammond - No Gabbon
02. The Chantells - Children Of Jah Jah
03. Dobby Dobson - Seems I Am Losing You
04. Johnny Melody - Foey Man
05. King Stur Gav Hi-Fi - A Love I Can Feel
06. Nitty Gritty - Ram Up The Dance
07. Gideon Jah Rubbaal - Free Us Now I Say
08. Jah Rubbaal All Stars - Gideon Sent
09. Higgs & Wilson - Come On Home
10. Tarrus Riley - She's Royal
11. Beres Hammond - Emptiness Inside
12. Luciano - Sweep Over My Soul
13. Augustus Pablo - Pablo's Theme Song
14. King Tubby - Tubb's Dub Song