DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, January 2008 - For your enjoyment, Roots Ministry's very own Papa Jason selected 18 massive tunes for an entertaining non-stop, no-nonsense Reggae mix of almost one hour.
The 6th episode in the excellent series of Podcasts (called Mixdowns) released by the German based Sound System predominantly features Jamaican Music from the 1980's and late 1970's, when Rub a Dub was the style-of-the-time.
Riddim-after-riddim, the mix gradually takes us from the Rub a Dub era to the decade before that. Almost each riddim is represented by an outstanding selection of crucial tunes.
Nuff DUB, nuff DJ, nuff SINGERS AND PLAYERS OF INSTRUMENTS too: Roots Ministry once again ministers to the online (DUB) Reggae community with a blessed show.
01 Tristan Palmer - Entertainment
02 Icho Candy - Captain Selassie/Version
03 Anthony Johnson - Everyday Is A Gunshot/Version
04 Barry Brown - Shoot Up
05 Cedric Myton Congo - Cockmouth
06 Max Romeo - Birth Of Reggae Music/Version
07 Reggae George - Stop Push The Fire
08 Prince Far I - Throw Away Your Gun
09 Cedric Myton Congo - Fat Cook
10 Junior Reid - Sufferation
11 Don Carlos - Late Night Blues
12 Cornell Campbell - Bandulu
13 Ranking Dread - Hard Times/Version
14 Madoo - Few Shall Be Chosen
15 Jacob Miller/Fat Man Riddim Section - Black Spy/Take It All
16 Cornell Campbell - Money
17 Barry Brown - Two House Apartment
18 Horace Andy - It Must Be Hell/Version