DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, April 2008 - In part two, our host Brother Ian of the House Of Reggae concludes an extensive look into the works of Jamaican musicians who all have a history at the Alpha Boys School in common.
After listening to the two-part spotlight on the Alpha Boys School by the House of Reggae, you have been treated to a wide variety of musical works and a whole lot of information about this remarkable school.
Originally founded as an orphanage with the help of the catholic order of the Sisters of Mercy, the school's history started well over 100 years ago and has been very influential in the development of Jamaican music and in fact, music all over the world.
Just how influential, you will definitely have found out after checking out parts one and two of this excellent House of Reggae special.
01. Headley Bennett – Drums Of Fu Manchu
02. Aswad (feat. Vin Gordon) – Warrior Charge
03. Winston Francis – Mr Fix It
04. Yellowman – Lost Mi Love
05. Tommy McCook & The Skatalites – Peanut Vendor
06. The Small Faces (feat. Eddie ‘Tan Tan’ Thornton) – Eddie’s Dreaming
07. Ron Wilson – Lonely Man
08. Wilton ‘Bogey’ Gaynair – Kingston By Pass
09. Count Ossie & His African Drums (feat. Bobby Gaynair & Rico) – First Gone
10. Jo Jo Bennett – Hot Pop
11. Albert Malawi – A Lonely Walk
12. Ben Bowers & Bertie King’s Royal Jamaicans – Not Me
13. Burning Spear (feat. Leroy ‘Horsemouth’ Wallace) – Jomo
14. The Soul Brothers (feat. Bobby Ellis) – James Bond
15. Karl Bryan – A House Is Not A Home