Monday, November 10, 2008



WWW, November 2008 - Time to Nice it Up, starting off with Barrington Levy's Here I Come ("Broader than Broadway"): what only can follow, will. Sweet Rub a Dub and Ire Rockers, Nice Up the Dance!

Charlie Chaplin follows Barrington Levy's Here I come, and the tone is set. People dem move and groove as Charlie Chaplin explains how Reggae Music gone worldwide to give positive vibes to the people everywhere.

Positive vibes galore in this mix, which could hardly be different with a title like that. The bulk of the music is smooth Rub a Dub: the everlasting Late Night Blues riddim, for example.

Next to Rub a Dub, Nice Up also contains some Jamaican Reggae tracks produced before Rub a Dub music was born. A crucial selection that will simply do what it promises in the title.



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