Sunday, November 9, 2008



WWW, November 2008 - Vocals, DJ tracks and DUBS: they're all presented in this versatile compilation of some of the better Jamaican Reggae produced since the mid 1970's.

A more recent version Dennis Brown's "General", followed by a DUB from an older rendition of the same track by the same singer open up this mix filled with Jamaican Niceness.

Although the volumes of the different tracks vary quite a bit which you might like to know before putting the volume to your speakers at a maximum, it's a true joy to listen to the General Mix.

Simply because it's filled with crucial DUBs, DJ and vocal tracks.

Have a beautiful day: not too difficult with the General Mix.



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