Wednesday, November 12, 2008



WWW, November 2008 - Get ready for a Showcase of some of the Niceness Reggae Music has to offer us throughout the last decades, especially the 1980's.

In Reggae Music, a Showcase is a collection of tracks wherein the vocal and the Dub are mixed into one long mix.

Originally, these extended tracks were released on 12" Vinyl singles that gave the maximum amount of bass that vinyl can give. But the popularity grew and grew and the first Showcase albums were a fact.

200% Pablow (a reference to the selector) gives us a crucial selection in Showcase style. A Showcase of mainly 1980's Rub a Dub Reggae, and not the least!

Trevor Junior's "I and I Time", "African Girl" by Sugar Minott and Carlton Livingston with his incredible "Itch It Up Operator" are three definite stand-outs in an all-killer-no-filler list.

Pablo Gad's Hard Time is there, too. UK Roots as it sounded back in the early 1980's and singers like Pablo Gad niced up many dance and concert with righteous lyrics and Jah vibes.

Simply a good mix that you can't afford to miss.


01. lascell simion and jah larry - clarendon sound in session - clarendon 12 inch
02. pablo gad - hard time - burning vibrations 12 inch
03. prince jazzbo - minstral - studio 1
04. sugar minott and ranking dread- african girl - live and love 12 inch
05. cocoa T - general - blanc 12 inch
06. dread flimstone - render your heart - blanc 12 inch
07. michael palmer - i am still dancing - greensleeves 12 inch
08. trevor junior - i and i time - up tempo
09. don carlos - mr big man - up tempo
10. barry brown - shoot up the town - up tempo 10 inch
11. willie williams - jah righteous reign - up tempo 10 inch
12. junior reid - what you know - up tempo
13. puddy roots - life in the ghetto - black roots
14. carlton livingstone - itch it up operator - black roots
15. keith blackslate - daylight come - black roots
16. dennis brown - put some love in your heart- arrows dubplate acetate 10 inch
17. willie williams - pressure - jah shacka



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