DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, April 2008 - DJ Dr. Tahl invites you to spend an hour with him under the enjoyment of a fine selection of Ska, Rocksteady, Dub and Roots Rockers Reggae. His medicine to the March Madness turns out to be a perfect antidote for April Anger as well!
Subtitled "No Funny Man Business", March Madness treats us with an excellent selection of historical Jamaican music in which we can hear how Ska became Rocksteady became Reggae, and how Reggae subsequently produced several genres in itself.
All of this happened mainly on Jamaica, where suffering is the order of the day ever since the original inhabitants were brutally killed and Babylon System turned the Island of food and water into a slave plantation.
Jamaican Music definitely is no funny man business!
01. Just A Little Bit Of Your Love - Ken Boothe
02. Good Will Dub Rhythm-Peace - Lee Scratch Perry
03. We Are In The Mood - The Heptones
04. Johnny Too Bad - The Slickers
05. Youve lost that loving feeling - the Heptones
06. Im Still In Love With You - Alton Ellis
07. Rasta Never Fail - Lloyd and Ken
08. Storm Cloud - The Heptones
09. Hopeton Lewis - Sounds & Pressure
10. Shanty Town - Desmond Dekker
11. Wake the Town - U-Roy
12. Trilha 9 - I-Roy
13. Karl Bryan & Count Ossie - Black Up -
14. Fire A Mus Mus Tail - The Wailing Souls
15. Otis Gayles - Ill Be Around - Otis Gayles - Ill Be Around
16. Kingston Jamaica Dub - Lee Perry & Scientist
17. Rivers Of Babylon (studio one) - Dennis Brown
18. Johnnie Osbourne - African Wake
19. Let The Music Play - Barry Brown
20. Winston King Cole - Black Magic Woman
21. Bob Marley & The Wailers - And I Love Her
22. Pack Up - Wailing Souls
23. Trilha 11 - I-Roy
24. Larry Marshall - Run Babylon
25. Karl Bryan & The Afrokats - Money Generator
26. On That Way - Burning Spear
27. Mr Money Man - Danny Hensworth