Nov 27, 2010

Sounds of the Caribbean with Keith Rowe & Selecta Jerry EP197

Archive of 11/27/10 broadcast

This weeks show starts off with a ride on the classic Thank You Lord Riddim featuring music from Ambelique and of course Bob Marley & The Wailers. Other artists to be heard from in the early juggling include Cornell Campbell & U-Roy, Black Uhuru, Steel Pulse, Jacob Miller, and Aswad, Junior Murvin, Yellowman & Fathead, Barrington Levy, and The Paragons. New music to be heard this week comes from the likes of Dubmatix featuring The Mighty Diamonds, Jah Cure, Apple Gabriel, Duane Stephenson, Wayne Wonder, Buju Banton, Pressure, and Luciano. Other highlights this week include four different versions of the classic song Skylarking from artists like Horace Andy, Garnet Silk, and Barrington Levy with King Tubby and an oldies set featuring Delroy Wilson, Alton Ellis, and The Paragons.

This weeks Dub Zone features Dubs from Yabby You, The Gregory Isaacs All Stars, and King Tubby with the help of The Aggrovators, Jackie Edwards, Linval Thompson, Keith Hudson, and Horace Andy. Extended mixes in the dub zone this week include music from Burning Spear, Johnny Clarke, Earl Sixteen and The Heptones, and Pablo Gad.



Nov 13, 2010

Sounds of the Caribbean with Keith Rowe & Selecta Jerry EP195

Archive of 11/13/10 broadcast

Sounds of the Caribbean returns to the radio airwaves this week with a show entirely dedicated to the music of Gregory Isaacs. During this weeks show you will hear music from just about every era of the Cool Rulers career. Selections like Mr. Cop with Lee Scratch Perry, to Soon Forward with Sly & Robbie, to Josephine with Mafia & Fluxy can be heard. Music from classic Gregory Isaac's albums like Private Beach Party, Night Nurse, Red Rose For Gregory, Open The Door, and One Man Against The World is spotlighted as well as songs from lesser known albums like Mr Isaacs and Judge Not. In this weeks Dub Zone you will hear extended mixes from the Cool Ruler like Black Against Black, Warriors, Tan So Back, and Don't Call Me Baldhead.

Rest in Peace Gregory Isaacs