9-5-2014 S420120

Playlist for 9-5-2014 S420120
 

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. 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. I, of course, make no claim to ownership of any pre-recorded materials. It’s my distinct pleasure to share it with you. With each show I’ll endeavor to list song titles though occasionally I may well be vexed to recall just what did come next.

 

African Head Charge – “My God”

 


 

Linton Kwesi Johnson – “Shocking Dub”

 


 

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Natty Dread”

 


 

Augustus Pablo featuring Herman – “Iggy Iggy”

 


 

The Dub Syndicate – “Time Dub”

 


 

Black Uhuru – “Slaughter”

 


 

Niney The Observer – “Can’t Enter Zion With Your Big Checkbook”

 


 

The Lone Ranger – “Johnny Bad So”

 


 

Judy Mowatt – “Emergency Call”, “Rescue Me” & “She Just Kept On Talking”

 


 

The conclusion of “The Man Who Could Talk To Death”

 


 

Blue Rivers & The Maroons – “Guns of Navarone”

 


 

Easy Star All-Stars – “Time” Groove Corporation remix

 

Lee Scratch Perry & the Upsetters – ‘Build the Ark’

 

I-Roy – “High Jacking”

 

Chaka Demus & Pliers – “It Hot”

 

Spanner Banner – “Better Must Come”

 


 

Yami Bolo – “You Got A Friend”

 


 

Toots Hibbert – “Back to the Island”

 


 

Dean Frazier – “When You Wish Upon A Star”

 


 

Lee Perry & the Upsetters – “Soul Fire – In the Iaah”

 


 

King Stitt (the ugly one) – “Fire Corner”

 


 

Lee Perry & the Upsetters – “Dub Fire”

 


 

Burning Spear – “Fire Down Below”

  


 

 

 
 

 



 



 





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