Cherry Mood - Various - DJs of the 70s The Roots Of Ragga (CD, Album)

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  1. Kakree Reply
    The 50 more used riddims in reggae derteforcioucarbuetalejefanmope.coinfos in reggae,the backing tracks to be specific with some alterations sometimes,are used over and over derteforcioucarbuetalejefanmope.coinfo the good riddims though,and those that can score some hits!I will provide two YouTube links in each entry,with the original track that this riddim came from,and another very good or important track on the same riddim.
  2. Kigazilkree Reply
    DJ YAHMAN (Tribal Connection) Slow Jungle. Reggae Jungle | Dubstep. MANUDIGITAL. Various Artists. Silly Walks Discotheque Presents Brighter Days Riddim. Roots Reggae 70s. BUY. Various Artists. Pepperseed. Mad House Records. Dancehall Jugllin ' BUY. Various Artists.
  3. Kikora Reply
    This drum and bass meeting laid the foundation for definitive‘80s reggae group Roots Radics. Lee Perry & The Upsetters – Sound System Scratch (Pressure Sounds, ) The mythical Lee Perry Holy Grail. 20 dubs from his mid-‘70s peak that were only ever pressed in tiny one-off white label ‘specials’ for the Kingston soundsystems.
  4. Shaktile Reply
    Roots of Reggae devotes two discs to some of the more canonical moments in reggae music's early recorded history. Several of the style's most legendary artists are featured here -- Bob Marley and the Wailers, Peter Tosh, U Roy, Ken Parker, Sugar Minott, Alton Ellis, Ronnie Davis, and Justin Hinds are just a few of those featured.
  5. Juzil Reply
    Reggae: Roots. Listen to the newest Roots music and sounds. Listen to all tracks and mixes. You have the choice: Dancehall, Reggae, Dub, Roots, Roots Reggae, Reggae/dancehall, Rub A Dub, Reggaeton, LoversRock, Hip Hop, Lover's Rock, Ska, Rocksteady, Digital Dancehall, Remix, Early Reggae, Ragga, Moombahton, Mashup, Jamaica are the most common styles where artists uploaded their music and .
  6. Kagul Reply
    Aug 09,  · Founded in July as a partnership between Jamaican expatriates Lee Gopthal and Chris Blackwell, Trojan swiftly became the most important label releasing Jamaican music in Britain, as well as reggae produced by London-based Caribbean immigrants and arguably did more than any other label to elevate and disseminate reggae music.
  7. Zulkisho Reply
    Deeper Roots by Yabby You & Brethren, released 09 October 1. Smith & The Prophets - Valley of Joeasaphat 2. Smith & The Prophets - Joeasaphat Rock 3. King Tubby (exclusive dub plate mix) - Thanks and praise 4. Barrington Spence & The Prophets - Don't Touch i Dread 5. The Prophet Allstars - Tutch Dub 6. Tommy McCook &; King Tubby (Exclusive dub plate mix) - Fighting Dub 7.
  8. Gushakar Reply
    May 16,  · Great selection of 70's Roots Reggae. Album Deadly DJ; Licensed to YouTube by Island Records Presents Roots CD 2 Full Album - Duration:

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