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Good Music Doesn't Have An Expiration Date

Good Music Doesn’t Have An Expiration Date

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The Bristol Reggae Explosion 1978-83 LP Vintag...

The Bristol Reggae Explosion 1978-83 LP Vintageroots (Photo credit: brizzle born and bred)

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Jimmy Cliff on stage at the Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival 2013

Reggae/Dancehall Year In Review 2013

A round-up of Reggae/Dancehall in 2013 with a month by month summary of events, album releases, performances, charts and the 2013 Top 10 Richest Reggae/Dancehall artists alive.

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The Voice Winner Tessanne

The Voice Winner Tessanne
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Da Music Vault with Kahlil Wonda, streaming online Wednesdays 6-9pm EST @DaFlavaRadio.com

Top 50 Reggae and Dancehall Songs of 2013 #Download #Podcast

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Chronixx dominated in 2013 with 3 Top 10 singles (Based on the weekly Top Rated 8 International Countdown compiled by Kahlil Wonda for Da Music Vault syndicated radio show from a composite of all major global reggae and dancehall charts)

THE BEST OF 2013. TOP 50 REGGAE AND DANCEHALL SONGS COUNTDOWN

View Full List: Top Reggae Songs of 2013

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The Dancehall Now Show (ĀGARD Mix Segment) 9.10.13

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REGGAE AND DANCEHALL mix segment from September 10, 2013 BY ĀGARD and Kahlil Wonda of HIGHLANDA SOUND.  Listen to hot new mixes live Every Tuesday on the Dancehall Now global reggae and dancehall radio show.

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The Reggae Vault Classics Movement

 

The Moments of a Blackqueen

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What: Reggae Vault Classics

When: Every Wednesday 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. (EST)

Where: Daflavaradio.com and VibesFM 106.1 (Gambia)

How: Via Internet or Mobile Device

Hosted By: Highlanda Sound & Lady La Lee Bella of Moments of a Black Queen

Lady La Lee Bella of Moments of a Black Queen joins Highlanda Sound as host of Reggae Vault Classics (RVC).

Reggae Vault Classics is proud to announce its newest host and team member Ladylaleebella!

The weekly online radio voyage through the vault features the best Reggae, Classic Dancehall, Ska, and Rocksteady recorded in the 1960’s through to today. Tune In every Wednesday for a mid-week adventure spotlighting a treasure trove of Caribbean classics from legendary record labels, musicians, producers, and artistes.

This reggae exhibition is broken into segments of island news, events, facts, and profiles on local West Indian entrepreneurs. Listeners can expect special guest interviews, dialogue on popular topics, surprise segments…

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Reggae Legends, Fred Locks Featured in 4 CD Box Set

In this latest installment of Reggae Legends, Fred Locks is featured with 4 CDs.

In this latest installment of Reggae Legends, Fred Locks is featured with a 4 CD box set.

The first 3 are classic albums and the fourth “Black Star Liner In Dub” is a new unreleased album. This box set contains 47 tracks of classic roots and dub.

 

SOUND QUAKE “THE LOST CRATES” DUBPLATE MIX – FREE DOWNLOAD

This is Sound Quake’s first “official” dubplate mix ever and the first release from the Sound Quake Soundsystem after years.  SOUND QUAKE is a REGGAE and DANCEHALL SOUNDSYSTEM responsible for founding Germany‘s first direct vinyl import link between Jamaica and continental Europe in the early 1990s.  Today through the ongoing breakdown of the vinyl market the Sound Quake is focusing on the digital distribution of reggae and dancehall-related music.

Link: http://soundcloud.com/soundquake/sound-quake-the-lost-crates

Gentleman’s Reggae Looks Beyond Germany

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Good dad, loving husband, German reggae star: Gentleman is all these things. His latest album, Diversity, with its combination of smooth roots reggae and positive dancehall is a fluorescent game of deception with the many possibilities which reggae has to offer, and in its variation of the present state it has little to do with the reigning cliches of sunshine reggae.  This, the vocalists fifth solo album features an amazing 19 songs which explore all the forms and hues that reggae music has to offer.  The 28-track deluxe edition offers an extra helping of tracks and then Gentleman even has added a few more delicacies to download.  Every collector will be in seventh heaven with quadruple vinyl and an opulent box set.  Read on…

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We Remember Gregory Isaacs Tribute Album Coming Soon

Saxophonist and producer Dean Fraser has assembled an all-star cast of singers and musicians to pay homage to an icon of reggae. ‘We remember Gregory Isaacs’ presents sixteen of the legendary vocalists most loved songs.

The life and music of Gregory Isaacs is celebrated by producer Dean Fraser and an international cast of vocalists on ‘We Remember Gregory Isaacs’. This collection of hits and lesser known Isaacs’ recordings includes a bonus disc of instrumental versions performed by producer and saxophonist Dean Fraser. Featured performers include Tarrus Riley singing ‘Front Door’ and ‘My Number One’ performed by Gyptian.

 

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Japanese Reggae And Other Cool Things About Japan

Check out this blog from Japan with useful links, video clips, and content describing the reggae music scene out there among other things. Also now out of Yokohama, but still providing some of the finest reggae music mixed CDs to the world, check out Unity Sounds.

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