Sistren Be Strong Dub

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  1. You roots, you radicals, you rock to the reggae You roots, you radicals, you dub to the reggae you roots, you radicals, you skank to the reggae, you roots Let there be peace in the east, peace in the west You roots, you radicals and all the rest I said peace up north, peace down south Peace in the ghettoes all round about We are all in a one and one in all So throw away the guns and the war's.
  2. Brethren And Sistren Artist The Viceroys. Format LP. Producer Linval Thompson. Label CSA (UK) Condition Ex / Ex+. £ Buy Recommended For You. Carpenter Rebuild / Different Style Side A. Side B. Artist The Meditations / Lee Van Cliff Format 12 Producer Linval Thompson.
  3. Now, there are a few article sistren, like Sister Carol. But, Everton, from a male perspective, what do you think about the lack of female performers in Reggae Roots and Culture music? EB: Well, right now, most of the ladies dem in the music now, some say dem give a lot of trouble 'caa if you do some recording with dem and put dem out some of.
  4. Linval Thompson Meets King Tubbys Inna Reggae Dub Style "Dis A Yard Dub" Abraham AALP A/B Pure pirated bullshit. Ease Up Taxi Produced by Robbie Shakespeare Tracks: Ease Up, Ready For My Loving, Abortion Abortion, Ghetto Youths, Cream Of My Crop, Guiltiness On Their Mind, Long Time She No See Me, Raggamuffin Girl, Baby Father.
  5. The Resistance – A Night to Be Remembered Raging Fyah, Jah9, Jesse Royal, Kayla Bliss, and Sizzla Kolanji were the selected artists for the show appropriately dubbed “The Resistance”, organized by the Xterminator Productions team, which took place on December 27th The combination of these particular artists, carefully chosen, no doubt for their unique styles, would provide a.
  6. They remind me much of his Dub album from Culture's Payday, also reviewed in the Dubroom. All in all, I consider this to be one of the better recent roots reggae releases. The sistren is gifted with a great voice, sweet yet strong, schooled yet heartical.
  7. You roots, you radicals, you dub to the reggae You roots, you radials, you skank to the reggae, you roots Come on now Comfort the afflicted and keep them from harm Let age be protected and the infants be strong Go for it You got to pass the bowl and make the food go round Cos that's the only way to trample crime to the ground.
  8. THE REVOLUTIONARY JOURNEY is the 3rd Carl Meeks album, 30 years after the release of Jackmandora and hundreds of singles. This iconic singer from the 80's and the digital era is back with a strong digital reggae album, produced by Rub A Dub Mrkt label on which we can find combos alongside legendary Mikey General, veteran dancehall sensation Johnny P and upcoming artists Supa Dane & .
  9. You roots, you radicals, you dub to the reggae You roots, you radicals, you skank to the reggae Comfort the afflicted and keep them from harm Let age be protected and the infants be strong Go for it! You got to pass the bowl and make the food go round Cos that's the only way to trample crime to the ground Equal rights and justice for one and all.

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