Monday, April 21, 2008



WWW, April 2008 - You guessed it: The Reggae Tree signifies itself by having Strong and Deep Roots, planted by the rivers of waters and giving fruits in due season.

This Is Not A Christmas Tree!

Reggae Tree brings us strong Jamaican Roots, DUB, vocals and DJ tracks from the 1960's and 1980's. Designed to keep the Rootsman Skanking, the no-nonsense mix will definitely turn out to serve it's purpose right.

We hear Hugh Mundell, the Lone Ranger and many other names that made their marks throughout the history of Reggae Music. The Reggae Tree is strong, it's fruits are good and it's roots planted by the rivers of water, as the Psalmist wrote thousands of years ago.

Enjoy the season wherein we can taste some of the good fruits of this tree, the Reggae tree!



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