This is another listener suggested mix specially prepared for the reggae lover podcast.
The ‘A Love I Can Feel‘ rhythm was first released on a vocal by John Holt under the same name in 1970. It was produced by Coxsone Dodd at Studio One and was a sizeable hit. John Holt re-recorded his original vocal a number of times (about once per decade) including for Henry ‘Junjo’ Lawes’ Volcano label, King Jammy, and the Parish label. The rhythm has been used around 100 times, most frequently by King Jammy and Donovon Germain of Penthouse Records.
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1 John Holt – A Love I Can Feel – Studio One
2 Dennis Alcapone – A Love I Can Feel – Studio One
3 Freddie McGregor – When I’m Ready – Studio One
4 George Scott – Love You Still – Studio One
5 Cornell Campbell – Give Your Love To Me – Gorgon
6 Prince Jazzbo – Straight To I-Roy Head – Lagoon
7 Shinehead – Golden Touch – African Love
8 Josey Wales – Weh Dem A Go Do “86″ – Tuff Gong
9 Nana McClean – Nana’s Medley – Penthouse
10 Sanchez – Wont Last A Day – Germain
11 Tony Tuff – I’ve Got To Get You – Penthouse
12 Richie Stephens – Trying To Get To You – Penthouse
13 Tony Rebel – Fresh Vegetable – Penthouse
14 Pinchers – Stand By Me Pt. 2 – Penthouse
15 Sanchez – I Can’t Wait – Digital B
16 Beres Hammond – Tempted To Touch
17 Beres Hammond and Cutty Ranks – Love Me Haffi Get
18 Pinchers – Dreams and Illusions – Jammys
19 Frankie Paul – Benefit of the Doubt – Black Scorpio
Little Pinchers has released another new single, this one entitled “Just Wanna Love You.”
The “Just Wanna Love You.” download is available below .
Atlanta-area residents are in for a treat on Sunday, October 5th as eloquent singer/songwriter, Little Pinchers will host Rocksteady – the classic reggae monthly event at The Sound Table.
This installment of the Reggae Lover podcast is comprised of mostly lovers rock vibes with the likes of Sanchez, Thriller U and Singing Melody, among others featured.
The selection here remains almost exclusively inside of the 1980’s era so you will hear covers of R&B hits from that period in abundance.
These tracks all share a very danceable tempo and are meant to keep you rocking, swinging, skanking, and bouncing throughout. Please download and share!
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Jamaican reggae singer, Sanchez
1 Sanchez – Love Me Forever
2 Beenie Man – Show Fi Flop
3 Sanchez – Lonely
4 Thriller U – Just Once
5 Admiral Tibett – Destroy A Sound
6 Wayne Wonder – Ebony Eyes
7 Thriller U – Ribbon In The Sky
8 Singing Melody – In This Love Together
9 Super Cat and Chuck Turner – Dolly My Baby
10 Pinchers – Request To Denise
11 Sanchez – Joy
12 Singing Melody – Groovy Kind Of Love
13 Frankie Paul – I Wanna Rock
14 Alton Black and Blacka Ranks – A Gal A Watch You
15 Admiral Bailey – Girl Your Body Good
16 Shabba Ranks – Wicked Inna Bed
17 Shevell Francis – Dreaming
18 Trevor B – Tears On My Pillow
19 Pad Anthony – Slow Dancing
20 Clement Irie and Robert French – Bun and Cheese
21 Copper Ranking, Sixy Morris, Mark Wonder & Johnny Lee – Friends
22 Johnny P and Pliers – Money Bribe
Highlanda Sound has put together something for the fans of that “Finest Years” era of dancehall. Reggae Vault Classics is here to represent the foundation of the music.
Listen to an episode and you will hear right away that Reggae Vault Classics features only classics mixed and blended so you can turn up your speakers or headphones and get lost in Kahlil Wonda’s mixes.
RVC Episode 2 starts off with Dennis Brown singing ‘Stop the Fussing and Fighting’ on the Real Rock riddim. The mix also includes tunes on some of the biggest riddems ever such as Stalag, Far East, Swing Easy, and The General.
English: Reggae Singer Dennis Brown in Paris, France Français : Le chanteur de Reggae Dennis Brown à Paris (Palace) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Expect to hear artists and selections you don’t hear everyday, or maybe even every year for that matter. The selection order and mixing are masterful, which makes it easy for anyone to enjoy, whether you are a dancehall novice or a foundation reggae enthusiast.
Click here to Listen: Reggae Vault Classics Episode 2.
1 Stop the Fussing and Fighting – Dennis Brown
2 Drop It Cool – Terror Fabulous
3 Putting Up Resistance – Beres Hammond
4 He Is My Friend – Luciano
5 Know Jah – Tony Rebel
6 Ganja Song – Spragga Benz/Baby Cham
7 Sensimelia Persecution – Buju Banton
8 Every Knee Shall Bow – Garnett Silk/Cocoa Tea/Charlie Chaplin
9 True Love – White Mice
10 Send Them Come – Terry Ganzie
11 Murderer – Buju Banton
12 Cold Blooded Murderer – Capleton
13 Nuh Have No Heart – Bounty Killer
14 Blood Stain – Pinchers
15 Reality – Shabba Ranks
16 Tune In – Cocoa Tea
17 Here I Am – Sanchez
18 Are You Still In Love With Me – Sanchez
19 Dances Are Changing – Barrington Levy
20 Ever Changing Times – Alton Black
21 Goodie Goodie – Colin Roach/Galaxy P
22 Kill A Sound – Quench Aid