Thursday, January 10, 2008



WWW, December 2007 - Can a one hour mix contain over 50 titles and not be boring or disturbing? The answer can be discovered in just about an hour from now, which in itself give the answer away...

The nice thing about a good Riddim is that many vocalists will want to ride it. And when you mix it right you can make your own seamless "medley" out of each rendering: "Steppin' Youth Mixes Dancehall Roots Volume One" in a nutshell.

Before you can say the full title of the mix, you are already into the next track in it. And the nice thing is, that you are absolutely not disturbed or annoyed in anyway. In fact, it becomes a challenge to find out just when one title flows into the next, because the Steppin' Youth know exactly what they're doing.

The thing is, that this Podcast also contains older pre-digital material, for example by Bob Marl and Big Youth. Still, these tracks are incorporated in the seamless mix as well which reveals the high level of skill in the French based Sound System.


01. intro
02. Holy mount zion - Screwdriver
03. Dubplate special Braveheart
04. The Truth -Turbulence
05. No more - Chezideck
06. Black people unite - Manna panna
07. Righteous faith - ?
08. Mr. Speaker - Sebastian
09. Ghetto people song - Everton Blender
10. Dubplate special Nereous Josef
11. Why be afraid - Tony Rebel
12. Dubplate special Prince Malachi
13. Dubplate special Braveheart
14. My only joy - Chukki Star/Junior Kelly
15. See no joy - Thriller Black/Determine
16. Anchor - Governor B
17. Tenement yard - Edi Fitzroy
18. Pirates - Tony Roots
19. Dubplate special Rasta Indian
20. Infatuation - Demo Delgado
21. Courtney - Zumjay
22. Extortionners - Bushman
23. Love will show the way - D'ville
24. Reunion - Wayne Wonder/Buju Banton
25. One more time - Mr easy
26. Glory to God - Lukie D
27. Dubplate special Prince Malachi
28. Dubplate special Jah Stem
29. Dubplate special Daniel Ray
30. My love - Mickey Melody
31. Justice - Jennifer Lara
32. Living in hell - Natural Black
33. I love Selassie - Turbulence
34. Dubplate special Braveheart
35. Hail the king of universe - Anthony B
36. Won't fly in Jah's face - Buju banton
37. Forever loving Jah - Marcia Griffiths/Tony Rebel
38. Forever loving Jah - Bob Marley and the Wailers
39. One drop - Bob Marley and the Wailers
40. True god - Sizzla'
41. Dubplate special Jahstem
42. Hit the road Jack - Big Youth
43. Dubplate special Prince Malachi
44. Rapid dem love -
45. Dubplate special Rod Taylor
46. Black roses - Barrington Levy
47. Rub a Dub style - Dennis Brown
48. Revolution - Dennis Brown
49. Dubplate special Lone Ranger
50. Lot of signs - Tenor Saw



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