6MS Sessions: Dave - 15th March 2008 - REGGAE SPECIAL



Harry J Allstars - Liquidator
Skatalites – Guns Of Navarone
Desmond Dekker - You Can Get It If You Really Want
Desmond Dekker - Israelites
Jimmy Cliff – Wonderful World, Beautiful People
Dave & Ansell Collins – Monkey Spanner
Dave & Ansell Collins – Double Barrell
Bob and Marcia - Young, Gifted & Black
Nicky Thomas – Love Of The Common People
Judge Dread – Big Six
John Holt – Ali Baba
Pluto Shervington – Your Honour
Rupie Edwards – Ire Feelings
Augustus Pablo – King Tubby Meets The Rockers Uptown
Soul Syndicate/Ansell Collins – Stalag 17
Tenor Saw/Buju Banton – Ring The Alarm
Toots & The Maytals – Reggae Got Soul
Brentford Allstars – Greedy G
John Holt – You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine
Susan Cadogan – Hurt So Good
John Holt – Help Me Make It Through The Night
Chosen Few – People Make The World Go Round
Leroy Sibbles – Express Yourself
Soul Messengers – Do It 'Til You’re Satisfied
Family Choice – Reggae Beat Goes On
Chosen Few – Shaft
Home T, Cocoa Tea & Shabba Ranks – Pirates Anthem
Yellowman – Zunggungzungguzunguzeng
Reggie Stepper – Drum Pan Sound
Barry Biggs – Work To Do
Big Youth – Hit The Road Jack
Third World – 96 Degress In The Shade
Bob Marley & the Wailers – One Drop

Your Reggae shows

How you doing fellers - me mate Mark the Cabbie put me on to this. Have to admit I'm more a reggae than soul man but I'd like you to add U-Roy, I-Roy, Clint Eastwood, Tapper Zukie, The Mighty Diamonds and a lot lot more Toots who has THE soul voice of Reggae. Anyways keep up the good work. Knocked out to hear Zungazung - haven't heard that since I lost the Greensleeves sampler I had it on along with Rosemarie by Clint Eastwood and a coupla Eek-a-mouse trax. Great stuff

Wir sind gewoehnlich, wir sind zufrieden.
"We are normal and we dig Bert Weedon"

Music 'it - you feel no pain.

Hi Popeye, Thanks for your

Hi Popeye,

Thanks for your comments.

As said in a previous reply this was a bit of an introduction into reggae show. We'd certainly do a part 2 including your suggestions.

There are a few reggae mixes available on this website (if you've not already found them).

Thanks for getting in contact...............and spread the word.


Some really nice tunes there

Some really nice tunes there Dave although I was surprised there was no Burning Spear or Peter Tosh. Maybe next time?

Cheers Stu, As always

Cheers Stu,

As always there's so much to choose from. The inspiration for this show was a guy on Norman Jay's site was asking about reggae as he had little experience/knowledge about it so I thought I'd dig through some of the more commercial and well known offerings to give him and others a 'rounded' view.

They'll certainly be a part 2 so who knows there could be some Peter Tosh and Burning Spear.

Keep listening