Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Stricktly Warm Vibes


WWW, December 2007 - Stricktly Warm Vibes contains a crucial selection of many well-known classics such as "Police and Thieves" and "Police in Helicopters", all presented skillfully by Brooklyn's own DJ Dr. Tahl.

Sometimes, it's nice to hear some classics. Not, because they were never played before. Quite the contrary, I would say. But this very fact may cause some of us to not really check these tracks out as much as we should.

When was the last time you played Junior Murvin's "Police and Thieves", for example? Or Culture's "See Dem a Come"? And what about the solid Rub a Dub on John Holt's "Police in Helicopters"?

You get the point.

Yours truly had not checked them out for what may very well be a number of years!

This is where the Doctor comes in. He knows what we shouldn't forget and subsequently gives it to us. Together with a number of lesser known tracks, we hear the classics once again and feel ashamed over what we sometimes forget.


01 Augustus Pablo - Rockers rock
02 Cedric Brooks - Words of wisdom
03 Phyllis Dillon - Woman of the ghetto
04 Culture - See them a come
05 Mighty Diamonds - Identity
06 Junior Murvin - Police and Thieves
07 John Holt - Police in Helicopter
08 Black uhuru - Natural Mystic
09 Joe Gibbs & The Professionals - Chapter 3
10 The Mighty Two - War
11 Burning Spear - Natural (Version)
12 Niney & The Soul Syndicate - So long dub




  1. niiiiiice!!! great mix.

    also, i'm sure you've heard the 12" mix of "see them a come" with a toasting prince weedy.

    keep up the good work!

  2. yeah! great mix.

    also, i'm sure you've heard the 12" mix of "see them a come" with a toasting prince weedy.


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