Best of Tony Curtis Music – Reggae Lover Podcast

Best known for outstanding contributions in Lovers Rock, reggae singer Tony Curtis has prevailed over 3 decades in the music business.

Listen to Reggae Lover Podcast 105 to find out about Reggae singer Tony Curtis

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Tony Curtis has recorded many solo hit singles, 7 full-length studio albums, and a string of notable collaborations. Listen to Reggae Lover Podcast 105 to find out more about one of the best and most underrated contemporary Jamaican singers.  This is an exclusive Tony Curtis mix with commentary at the end.

With an unwavering respect for and deep knowledge of reggae music, Highlanda Sound co-founder Kahlil Wonda hosts and produces the Reggae Lover Podcast. Stream Reggae Lover by Highlanda Sound on Apple Podcasts, Listen via Stitcher Radio On Demand or enjoy listening for free on SoundCloud from a desktop or your mobile device.












Highlanda Island Style Fridays Early Warm Mix (Live Audio)


This audio was recorded on Friday June 12th, 2009 at Aliyah’s Island Grill.  Download Highlanda’s early warm segment with new culture music plus a 1990’s memory lane dancehall set.

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Culture Playlist:

1   Holiday – Damian ‘Junior Gong’ Marley
2   Solid As A Rock (The Overstanding Mix) – Sizzla
3   Lioness On The Rise – Queen Ifrica
4   Automatic – Marcia Griffiths and Busy Signal
5   Give It All You’ve Got – Beres Hammond and Buju Banton
6   Below The Waist – Queen Ifrica
7   Good Love – Wayne Marshall
8   Call On Me – Jah Cure and Phylissia
9   Can’t Out My Fire – Queen Ifrica
10  Only God – Assassin
11  Trading Places – Busy Signal
12  Serious Woman – Richie Spice
13  Start Anew – Tarrus Riley
14  All About You – Wayne Wonder
15  Mama Hurt – Wayne Marshall
16  Missing You – Singing Melody
17  Take Your Time – Freddie McGregor
18  Night After Night – Luciano and Freddie McGregor
19  Love Reigns – Tarrus Riley and Bugle
20  Mama Still Hungry – Mavado and Serani

1990s Dancehall Playlist:

21  Hardcore Lover – Lady Saw and T.O.K
22  Jacket – Mr. Vegas
23  Freaky Type – Tanya Stephens
24  Me Can’t Sleep – Red Rat
25  Badman Story – Buccaneer
26  Grudgefull – Chico
27  Number One – Beenie Man
28  Eh Em Eh Em- Lady Saw
29  Hotty Hotty Crew – Baby Cham
30  Living In Style – Frisco Kid
31  Que Sera – Baby Cham
32  Baby Cham
33  Hot Gal – Alley Cat
34  Dreamland – Wayne Wonder and Frisco Kid
35  Old Dog – Beenie Man
36  Do You Wanna – Tony Curtis

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1990s Dancehall Podcast Updated – Download Now

Hi everyone, I posted a new episode to the Highlanda Sounds 1990s Dancehall Podcast.

Please click HERE to view it.

See you there!

– Highlanda

The 90s was a time in dancehall when songs had one-word titles like “Memories” by Beenie Man, “Suspense” by Bounty Killer and “Badmind” by Capleton. Singer Wayne Wonder made his mark on the dancehall world, voicing hit tunes in a prolific manner on many an uptempo riddim. This was a time when the sound clash business was at its apex with the leading artist being Mr. Rodney Price, also known as The Warlord, or Poor People’s Governor, or more popularly as BOUNTY KILLER. All you had to do be the best DJ/sound system, especially in Brooklyn where I was at the time, was play the most Bounty – it was that simple.


1 Ready To Ride – Wayne Wonder
2 Criss Pack of Boots – Bounty Killer featuring Wayne Wonder
3 Show Me Dem – Bounty Killer
4 Boom Tune – Baby Cham
5 Glamour Gal – Wayne Wonder
6 Big Heavy Man – General Degree
7 More Wood – Baby Cham
8 New Suzuki – Beenie Man
9 Tear Off Me Garments – Beenie Man
10 Sweets For My Sweet – Lady Saw
11 Girls From Near And Far – Merciless
12 Badmind – Capleton
13 Fed Up – Bounty Killer
14 The Best – Wayne Wonder
15 Worthless Bwoy – Bounty Killer
16 Skettel Boom – Ricky General
17 Bun Dem – Frisco Kid
18 A Gal A Chat – Mad Cobra
19 The More Them Fight We – Nitty Kutchie/Angel Doolas
20 Memories – Beenie Man
21 Suspense – Bounty Killer
22 Christmas – Beenie Man
23 Ask Fi War (John Gotti) – Bounty Killer
24 Miss Ivy Last Son – Bounty Killer
25 No Long Arguement – Spragga Benz
26 Hell Swell – Mad Cobra
27 Tatie – Snagga Puss
28 Workie Workie – Admiral Bailey
29 Gimme Pass – Ninja Man
30 Benti Uno – Pinchers/Bounty Killer
31 Mud Up – Supercat
32 Kerry – Donovan Steele and Daddy Screw
33 Heartbreaker – Maxi Priest and Daddy Screw
34 No Ride Again – Terror Fabulous
35 Old Before Young – Louie Culture
36 Sing A Song – Wayne Wonder
37 Go Cinderalla – Richie Stephens
38 Maniac – Bounty Killer and Richie Stephens
39 Little and Cute – Frisco Kid
40 Goodas Girls – Baby Cham
41 Machine Gun Kelly – Spragga Benz
42 Teenie Weenie – Beenie Man
43 Matey – Beenie Man
44 Gi Wi Di Nanny – Spragga Benz and Don Yute
45 Anyman You Want – Tony Curtis and Jigsy King
46 More dem Talk – Mad Cobra
47 Money – Admiral Bailey
48 Real Thing – Tony Curtis and Jigsy King
49 World Dance – Beenie Man
50 Gangalee – Louie Culture
51 Ragga Ragga – Terry Ganzie
52 Mix Up Punch – Terror Fabulous
53 NO Arguement – Bounty Killer
54 Natty Dread – Sweet C
55 You Alone – Terry Ganzie
56 Music A Di Beat – Beenie Man
57 Moving Up The Line – Spragga Benz
58 Champion – Buju Banton


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Reggae Vault Classics Episode 8 – The Valentine’s Day Edition

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This week’s episode of the Reggae Vault Classics podcast is a freestyle mix consisting mostly of lover’s rock classics from the 80s and early 90s.  Tony Curtis starts things off with a cover of “For Your Love” on the Gunman rhythm before 3 songs in row from one of Jamaica’s favorite singers, Sanchez.  More Sanchez along with classic lovers hits from the likes of Brian and Tony Gold, Wayne Wonder, Skatta, Beres Hammond, Richie Stephens, Tony Tuff and Tony Rebel follow.  Bounty Killer, Shelly Thunder, and Tiger provide some dancehall D.J. stylee with tunes on the Kuff riddim and Leroy Gibbons’ mega hit “This Magic Moment” closes it out.  The grand finale for this mix show is performed by Barrington Levy, Dennis Brown, and Gregory Issacs.

Episode 8 flows really well so don’t be surprised if you have it on repeat once downloaded.  Thanks for listening! We will be back next week with another varied group of top rated selections out of the old reggae Vault.

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Reggae Vault Classics 8

1  For Your Love – Tony Curtis
2  Feels So ood – Sanchez
3  I’ll Give Anything – Sanchez
4  Lonliness – Sanchez
5  Sex Me – Brian and Tony Gold
6  Always In My Heart – Skatta
7  Nana’s Medley – Nana McClean
8  Trying To Get To You – Richie Stephens
9  First Time I Met You – Tony Tuff
10 Won’t Last A Day – Sanchez
11 Tempted To Touch – Beres Hammond / Cutty Ranks
12 I Can’t Wait – Sanchez
13 Sorry – Wayne Wonder
14 Cellular Number – Bounty Killer
15 Kuff – Shelly Thunder
16 Bam Bam – Tiger
17 This Magic Moment – Leroy Gibbons
18 Black Roses – Barrington Levy
19 Here I Come – Barrington Levy
20 Revolution – Dennis Brown
21 Rumors – Gregory Issacs

Media files:
Reggae_Vault_Classics_8.mp3 (MP3 Format Sound, 160 MB)

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