Thursday, April 3, 2008



WWW, March 2008 - Reggae can absorb the vibe of any style or era and this Podcast captures the early 1970's when Funk was hot. Reggae got Soul, Reggae got Dance, Reggae got Funk as well!

No less than 22 tracks await us in another thematic Podcast by DJ Chill Will of the Dubsessions Podcast series. Altogether, his series are a valuable source of vibes and everything DUB, sometimes more outside the realms of Reggae than the average Reggae Fan would prefer.

The theme he choose for this Podcast, most definitely set him for more than a difficult task. How Funky can it get? How Funky did it get?

You'd be surprised.

Or maybe not. In which case, you know what (not) to do.


01. Intro - The Funky Meters - Good Old Funky Music
02. Bob Marley and Lee Perry - Caution and Shocks of Mighty pt. 1
03. King Tubby & Jacob Miller - City Of The Weak Heart Dub (Mixed by King Tubby)
04. The Ohio Players - Funky Worm
05. Cymande - 1972
06. The Funky Meters - Jambalaya
07. Lee 'Scratch' Perry - Kung Fu - Enter The Dragon - Theme from Hong Kong
08. Skatalites Meet King Tubby In Dub - Fugitive Dub - Motion Records
09. The Pioneers - papa was a rolling stone (reggae version)
10. Get Back - The Beatles (Toots and Maytals Reggae Version)
11. Lee Perry & The Upsetters - Jungle Lion
12. Jablonski - Soul Makossa -Out on A Funky Trip - Motion Records
13. Big Youth - Downtown Kingston Pollution
14. Version - Paul McCartney - Live and Let Die (reggae version)
15. Tommy McCook - Bubble Strut - Out On A Funky Trip - Motion Records
16. Bob_Marley_&_The_Wailers - Kinky Reggae - Catch_A_Fire (Original_Jamaican_Version)
17. Power Steppers - Dub Session Roots Future Bumper
18. Quincy Jones_Greatest Hits_Sanford & Son Theme The Streetbeater
19. The Dreads At King Tubby's (1974 To 1977)- Dr. Alimentado & Jah Stitch-The Barber Feel It
20. The Funky Meters - Message From The Meters -
21. Lloyd Charmers & the Hippy Boys - Look-ka-py-py
22. Bob Marley - Chant Down Babylon Remixes- Roots, Rock, Reggae



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