Wednesday, March 12, 2008



WWW, March 2008 - MIXED UP MOODS VERSION TWO brings us an overview of Jamaican Music from the last several decades. In a very interesting mix, we are being treated to known and -more appealing- unknown material, carefully selected by Brooklyn-based DJ Dr. Tahl.

Reggae Music has the ability to absorb the vibes-of-the-times in a way that no other music is able to do. Toots and the Maytalls once made a tune about it, called "Reggae got Soul", but you can easily say that Reggae has Rock or Reggae has Techno.

This very fact becomes clear when you listen to the first tunes in DJ Dr. Tahl's second edition of Podcasts he called "Mixed Up Moods". Very soulful, very Reggae too... It was the music of the seventies, but because Reggae is still Reggae, the music will also appeal to young people of today, which cannot be said about most -dated!- Soul Music.

Mixed Up Moods Version Two simply gives us an overview of several decades. Decades wherein Reggae Music may have changed in presentation and instrumentation, but not in strength and power.

Simply essential!


01. Lloyd Charmers - Save The People
02. The Heptones - Through The Fire I Come
03. Burning Spear - Door Peep Shall Not
04. Devon Russell - Jah Hold The Key
05. Mediations - Hard Life
06. Garnett Silk - mystic chant
07. Culture - i'm not ashamed (Clevie Tribute to Joe Gibbs version)
08. Burning Spear - I Gave You My World
09. Junior Reid & Cornell Campbell Jah Give Us Love
10. Cedric Im Brooks - Free Up Black Man
11. shabba ranks - heart of a lion
12. The Wailing Souls - Lawless Society
13. Freddie Mcgregor - Holy Mount Zion
14. Jacob Miller - Tenement Yard
15. Bob Marley - Trench Town
16. The Heptones - Move On
17. Damian Marley - We're Gonna Make it
18. Capleton - raggy road
19. Beres Hammond -Last War
20. Jimmy Riles - From The Ghetto



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