DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, April 2008 - The third part of "Hold Your Corner" concludes an excellent presentation of the wide variety of styles within Reggae Music as we move mainly into the realms of Jamaican and UK Roots.
After scoring a major hit with a track called "Wet Dream", Reggae singer Max Romeo changed the topics of his lyrics with Conscious and Spiritual themes. He has been doing so for decades, for a wide variety of producers in many different studio's.
Part Three of "Hold Your Corner" opens with a superb extended track by Max Romeo and the Mad Professor, only to go over into works by Gregory Isaacs and Bob Marley and the Wailers.
The 50-minute mix concludes an excellent presentation of the wide variety of styles and genres within Reggae Music throughout the decades and continents. Definitely the most historic of all three parts, even though there's enough contemporary material in there, too.
Nuff respect for the French based Steppin Youth for blessing the online (DUB) Reggae community with some massive works!
01. Juks we a juks-Max Romeo
02. Boarder-gregory Isaac
03. Get up stand up-Bob Marley and the Wailers
04. Come Jah people-Culture
05. Promise land-Dennis Brown
06. Mi God Mi King-Papa Levi
07. Zion Gate-Culture
08. Clean rasta dread-David Jahson
09. Marcus Garvey-Burning Spear+Big Youth
10. Columbus-Burning Spear
11. Welcome to England jungle remix
12. Prophet rides again jungle remix-Capleton
13. Jah mek we-Singer Blue
15. Babylon ambush-Dubkasm
16. War-HIM Selassie I+Bob Marley
17. War-Buffalo Bill
18. So much trouble-Bob Marley and the Wailers