1-2-2015 S420134


Playlist for 1-2-2015 S420134 
The music heard on Dread of Night comes from a myriad of sources – a lot of vinyl (45s, LPs, EPs, 12″ 45s, dub plates, one offs, previews, promos, test pressings & specials), cassettes, CDs, MP3s, DATs & vintage reel-to-reel analog recordings (always threatening to instantly become a pile of rust dust). The program airs selections from a half century of collecting Jamaican or Jamaican-inspired music. Much of this isn’t readily available elsewhere. Some of it is quite rare & obscure. It’s my distinct pleasure to share it with you. Whenever possible the best available copy is used for transmission.   

With each show I’ll endeavor to list songs here though occasionally I may well be vexed to recall exact titles or just what did come next. Psycho acoustic dub adventures aka specials defy titles and explanation. Raymoan Ameche is supposed to keep track of these things and he does take copious notes during each jump up, however Ras Eddie Ille maintains our dibby dibby soundboy can neither read nor write. 


The Dub Syndicate – “Roots Commandment”
Lee Perry – “Train To Doomsville”
Army Barmy – “Billy Bonds M.B.E.
Dave Barker w/Tommy McCook & the Supersonics – “Funkey Reggae”
The Minstrels – “Freedom Train”
Ernest Wilson & The Upsetters – “Freedom Train”
The Coolies – “River Bank”
The Ebony Sisters – “I Must Be Dreaming”
Phyllis Dillon – “Heaven To Me”
Jack Radics – “Losing You” live
Suite of selections from Japan’s original space cowboys Audio Active as produced by Adrian Sherwood including – “Think Comically” & “New Laughter Mode”
Terror Fabulous & Third World – “Mi Legal”
An installment of “The Sea Cook”
Matisyahu – “Close My Eyes” 
The Twinkle Brothers – “Dub Massacre”
Fanton Mojah – “PSA”
Tarrus Riley – “Chocolate”
Anthony B – “My Yes And My No”
Inner Circle – “Bad Boys” M. Rich’s dubstep remix
Sizzla – “Rasta Nah Gwan So”
Jah Vinci – “Love Triangle”
Chezidek – “Legalize The Herb”
Capleton – “Ganja”
Goldmaster All Stars – “Don’t Let Me Dub”
Jimi Hendrix – “Little Wing” remix dub
Dub Creator Meets Don Fe – “Rising Flute”
The Wailers – “Fussing and Fighting”
Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Survival”


1-2-2015 S420134 — 3 Comments

  1. I was grooving out to the show the other night late on 2/27/15, and was really enjoying what you guys were playing. There was one song that was probably the grooviest thing I had ever heard and I’ve got to know what it was, it’s driving me crazy. It didn’t quite sound like reggae, but rather a 50’s doo wop remix. I remember the lyrics “little Mary Ann” but that’s about it. If you could help me figure it out, that would be great. Keep on doing what you’re doing.

    • The song was a remix of “Bop Bop” by Fats Comet, one of Adrian Sherwood On-U creations. And, yes, it’s one of the grooviest tracks laid down.

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