50 Top Sanchez Lovers Rock Songs

50 Top Songs by Sanchez | Reggae Lover Podcast 57

Known as Jamaica’s Song Bird and the Prince of Lovers Rock, who is more deserving of a tribute than Sanchez?

Love songs are back again | Reggae Lover Podcast Best of Sanchez mix. Episode 57

Love songs are back again | Reggae Lover Podcast Best of Sanchez mix.

If you’re into reggae music and of a certain age, then Sanchez is probably one of your favorite singers.  With a hit-making career that began in the 1980s with a cover of “Lady in Red,” this singer has done it all musically and maintained a classy image throughout. His R&B covers can erase all former knowledge of the original songs.

I have witnessed Sanchez walk onto the stage to close shows and capture the hearts of the crowd by singing just a few notes.  As I mentioned in the outro of Episode 57, there are many additional hit songs that could have gone into this such as his combination with Bounty Killer, but I wanted to keep the program close to an hour in length.  I could go on, but I’ll spare you the words.  It brings me great pleasure to present the Reggae Lover Podcast’s Best of Sanchez Lovers Rock mix.

50 Best Lovers Rock Songs by Sanchez - Reggae Lover Podcast 57

50 Top Sanchez Lovers Rock Songs | The Reggae Lover Podcast | Highlanda Sound

Sanchez Playlist:

  1. Love
  2. Brown Eyes
  3. Still In Love
  4. Here I Am
  5. Tears On My Pillow
  6. Rest Your Head On My Shoulder
  7. Soon As I Get Home
  8. Love We Had Stays On My Mind
  9. Back At One
  10. Sometimes
  11. Can We Talk
  12. My Sweet Thing
  13. Wherever I Lay My Hat
  14. Lonely
  15. Love Me Forever
  16. Another Sad Love Song
  17. Pretty Girl
  18. For You
  19. I’m Missing You
  20. Going Away ft. Beenie Man
  21. Breaking Up
  22. Forever
  23. If I Ever Fall In Love
  24. Some Guys Have All The Luck
  25. Just Out Of Reach
  26. I Can’t Wait
  27. Won’t Last A Day (Day After Day)
  28. One In A Million
  29. (They Long To Be) Close To You
  30. Kiss Me Honey
  31. Joy
  32. Give It A Chance
  33. Don’t Worry
  34. Brown Eye Girl
  35. Chemistry
  36. Old Friends
  37. Pretty Looks
  38. Three Times A Lady
  39. Rearrange My Life
  40. Let Me Love You Down ft. Baby Wayne
  41. End Of The World
  42. Love Songs
  43. My Prerogative
  44. I Care For You
  45. Feel So
  46. That Girl
  47. Whip Appeal
  48. Love Mi Gal Bad ft. Flourgon
  49. Sad Songs
  50. Cherish The Love

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Super Stars of Reggae (1987-1989)

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Thanks for joining me on this Reggae Lover journey.  This is the 5th episode of the podcast in and I’m truly thankful for the feedback coming. It has been very encouraging.  Each episode has a brief intro and outro, but I do not talk over the music, nor do I place sound effects over the mixes.  You can actually hear all the songs, the mixing and blending clearly as they are recorded live. Within this episode I feature the Super Star Riddim from 1989, the I Need You Riddim from 1987, a nice Delroy Wilson off the More Ideas Riddim (1988), the Enquirer Riddim from 1988 with Sanchez covering Bobby Brown‘s “My Prerogative,” and finally ending off with Singing Melody and Shabba Ranks on the Gal Yu Look Good riddim.

Late 1980s Super Stars of Reggae

Late 1980s Super Stars of Reggae

I have many ideas and themes for upcoming episodes, some already recorded, and some still in my brain.  If you too have ideas of stuff you would like to hear me put down in a mix feel free to hit me up using the hash tag #ReggaeLover onTwitterFacebookGoogle +Instagram, or Pinterest.

Also you can email me at ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com.

Tracklist

1 Gregory Isaacs – Love Contract
2 Ken Booth – Call Me
3 Colin Roach – Oh Girls (Don’t Be Cruel)
4 Thiller U – Have Fun
5 Brian and Tony Gold – Bullseye
6 Cocoa Tea, Home T and Shabba Ranks – Who She Love
7 Tiger – Boombastic
8 Cocoa Tea – Come Again
9 Al Campbell – Easy Loving
10 Chuck Turner – I Need You
11 Super Black – Got To Be Careful
12 Cornell Campbell – Mix Up Family
13 Pinchers – Champion Bubbler
14 Little John – Block Traffic
15 Delroy Wilson – Ease Up
16 Sanchez – My Prerogative
17 Carl Meeks – Rawborn Rub A Dub
18 Ini Kamoze – Stress
19 Sugar Minott – Jah is the Way
20 Singing Melody – Hurry Back Home
21 Shabba Ranks – Gal You Good

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The Biggest Lovers Rock Anthems of the 90s

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Episode 2 - Greatest Lovers Rock Combination Anthems of the 90s

Reggae Lover Episode 2 – Greatest Lovers Rock Combination Anthems of the 90s

1   Yami Bolo and Merciless – Curly Locs

After a short intro from yours truly, this mix starts off with a 1996 hit, Yami Bolo and Merciless singing Curly Locs – a lovely representation of the Junior Byles original song.

2   Andrew Bell and Shelene Thomas – Can You Give Me What I Want?

A big lover’s tune that can be found on one of the VP Records “Strictly the Best” compilation albums from the 90s.  Andrew Bell is still performing today and goes by the name Joseph Quote (aka “Bello”.

3   Sanchez and Beenie Man – Going Away

Quite simply one of the biggest songs on the prolific “Love Bump” riddim.  The King of the Dancehall alongside Sanchez, one of Jamaica’s most beloved voices.

4   Beres Hammond and Buju Banton – My Woman Now (Kahlil Wonda Extra Buju Mix)

In the original version of this song, Buju takes too long to come in.  Here, I have taken care of that problem.  Let me know if you like the sound of this “Extra Buju Mix.”

5   Cocoa Tea and Nadine Sutherland – Its Now or Never

Many have forgotten that these two artists ever sang together on a track. The combo of silky smooth male and female vocals make this tune simply SWEET.

6   Cocoa Tea and Cutty Ranks – Waiting In Vain

This is one song I just don’t mind hearing at any time.  Done nicely by Cocoa and Cutty, this Bob Marley classic is bound to live forever

7   Beres Hammond and Buju Banton – Who Say

Stop everything!  No keep going.  This is one of the top combinations in the business period.

8   Cocoa Tea and Buju Banton – Too Young

I had a tough time selecting only one song from this riddim, but the production on this track is just perfect.  Forward, Rewind and pull up dat!!!

9   Cocoa Tea and Cutty Ranks – I’m Not A King

Once again, hear back-to-back entries from the sweet voice of Cocoa Tea, this time accompanied by Cutty Ranks, who remained relevant in the 90s with solid lyrical delivery in this style.

10  Buju Banton and Wayne Wonder – Lonley

The “Swing Easy” is always a riddim that one can I listen or skank to for an extended period.  In this selection, I am pulling out some of the best cuts to feature, and Buju Banton along with Wayne Wonder have a winner with “Lonely.”

11  Chevelle Franklin and Lady G – The Right Slam (Kahlil Wonda Spicy Mix)

As a second song on in a row on the “Swing Easy” riddim, this song features two of the finest ladies of the era (80s – 90s dancehall).  I have reworked the song here to bring Lady G in at the proper time, thus maintaining the vibes of the mix.

12  Twiggi and Buju Banton – I Want Your Love (Kahlil Wonda Extra Buju Mix)

Buju is my artist, but here again the original press of this Penthouse Records Tempo riddim single makes you wait for a few verses to hear Gargamel come in.  I have made some adjustments to the arrangement so that the singer, Twiggi, goes back and forth with the DJ. This creates the ultimate in vibes.

13  Beres Hammond and Josey Wales – Free and Single (Sweetness)

Beres is the living legend – what more can I say? With father Josey in combination on the Conversation riddim, this remix to “Sweetness” is dancehall solid gold.

 

Thank you for listening!  Requests? Feedback? Email ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com to interact directly with me and also leave a comment below.

Dancehall Now Podcast Episode 65 with Alison Hinds

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This is the latest episode of the ‘Dancehall Now’ podcast for February 2013.  Hear an hour-long mix with the best Soca of the 2013 season plus the hottest new dancehall riddims.

DANCEHALL NOW PODCAST EPISODE 64 WITH ALISON HINDS (2-12-13)

This episode also features an  interview with the queen of soca music Alison Hinds

Click here for DANCEHALL NOW PODCAST EPISODE 65 WITH ALISON HINDS (2-12-13)

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Kahlil Wonda On Dancehall Now

Dancehall Now is the name of Highlanda’s new podcast, which launched its first episode yesterday over the web.

http://www.highlanda.net/rss/podcast.php

Reggae Hits and Dancehall Pre-Release from Highlanda

The podcast (also known as webcast, media cast and many other synonyms) takes on a commercial radio station musical format which means there is not necessarily a DJ mix even though short mixes will be included from time to time.  The program’s playlist will feature primarily songs that are topping reggae charts internationally and receiving airplay, but Highlanda will also select pre-release music that has the promise of becoming hits.

You can expect to hear a cross section of Dancehall Now, hence the name of the show, and the playlist varies the tempo of songs  in a seemingly random fashion.  One can also expect to hear interviews and be kept up on major current events that pertain to the dancehall industry.

The hosts of the show, which is to be updated weekly, pop in periodically to give you song and artist information, and usually get back to more music within 1 minute so that the show’s run time includes as many songs as possible.  Requests are welcomed as Highlanda will be keeping the more popular songs in the rotation based off of listener feedback at podcast@highlanda.net.

In these times turn to ‘The Book of Life’

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One of the reasons I love foundation (reggae) music is because of how the messages brought forth in songs recorded decades ago still can be applied directly to life today. Many of the lyrics and concepts are actually quotes from biblical texts sung over reggae bass lines. The Highlanda mixtape entitled ‘The Book of Life’ is dedicated to such selections from the Finest Years era and offers the wisdom of the ancients to those who will listen. ‘That’s right! If a reality you want, let me hear you shout out Highlanda!’ Listen to the Book of Life, now streaming online at www.highlanda.net. This mix will also be available as an mp3 file for download on demand soon. I welcome your comments and feedback.

Song List
1 – Intro – Tings Change
2 – Armageddon Time – Willie Williams
3 – Fussing and Fighting – Dennis Brown
4 – Cool Out Son – Junior Murvin
5 – No Man’s Land – Cornell Campbell
6 – Tribal War – John Holt
7 – Wolves and Leopards – Dennis Brown
8 – Whip Them Jah Jah – Dennis Brown
9 – No Man is an Island – Dennis Brown
10 – Never Gonna Give Jah Up – Sugar Minott
11 – Created By the Father – Dennis Brown
12 – Feeling Soul – Bob Andy
13 – Police and Thieves – Junior Murvin
14 – Satisfy My Soul – Bob Marley and the Wailers
15 – Slave Driver – Bob Marley and the Wailers

16 – I am the Conqueror – Dennis Brown
17 – Rebel Music – Bob Marley and the Wailers
18 – General Penitentiary – Black Uhuru
19 – Were Gonna Fight – The Heptones
20 – Fade Away – Junior Byles
21 – Unchained – Bob Andy
22 – Hog and Goat – Don Carlos
23 – Cost of Living – Half Pint
24 – Early Sunday Morning – Eek A Mouse
25 – Praise Jehovah – Tenor Saw
26 – Ruff Ole Life – Sugar Minott
27 – M-16 – Sammy Dread
28 – Rudeboy Skanking – Israel Vibration
29 – Skylarking – Horace Andy
30 – See A Man’s Face – Horace Andy

31 – Truths and Rights – Johnny Osborne
32 – Mr. Bassie – Horace Andy
33 – I Need A Roof – The Mighty Diamonds
34 – Jah Promise – Johnny Osborne
35 – Bobby Babylon – Freddie McGregor
36 – I Shall Sing – Marcia Griffiths
37 – Better Must Come – Delroy Wilson
38 – None Shall Escape – Johnny Clarke