Thursday, April 10, 2008



WWW, March 2008 - The Soma Sessions contain what feels like a very personal selection of the US based (Reggae and other) DUB DJ, which sometimes results in music that can not be called Reggae and not even DUB.

A reason why not everyone might have liked Part One. But even though those who might not like Part One want to check out this one still.

Part Two definitely contains more Reggae Music than Part One. Still, the Sessions come in two parts and there is definitely a reason why DJ Chill Will ends his Soma Sessions with a rather long selection of well known Reggae acts, from Easy All Stars to Lucky Dube.

Whatever that reason may be, doesn't matter here.

It's just an observation that will not surprise the lover of Reggae and DUB Music.

So put a smile on your face, light up a spliff and relax a little bit while the music gets better and better.

Allright? Allright!


01. DJ ChillWill's Dub in The Vaseline Power Steppin' Intro
02. Bob Marley - Concrete Jungle Remix - Chant Down Bablyon LP
03. Toots and Willie Nelson - Still Movin' To Me - True_Love LP
04. 311 - Prisoner - Transistor
05. Air_- How Does It Make You Feel (Adrian Sherwood Version)- Everybody Hertz Remixes
06. Easy Star All-Stars - Us And Them [feat Frankie Paul] - Dub Side Of The Moon LP
07. Easy Star All-Stars - subterranean homesick alien - RadioDread LP
08. Lucky_Dube - The Other Side - The Other Side LP
09. Aswad - Unsatisfied - Dub Version - Remastered Single
10. Steel Pulse - Prediction - Handsworth Revolution
11. Ub40 - Bring me your cup - Labour of Love 3
12. LKJ - Reality Poem
13. Bob Marley & The Wailers - Crisis - Kaya
14. Bob Marley & The Wailers - Stop That Train - Catch a Fire Original Mix
15. Ziggy Marley & The Marley Brothers - One Good Spliff
16. DJ ChillWill's' Stuck in The Vaseline Soma Session dub outro



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