Monday, May 09, 2011

A DJ Explosion For A Monday

I was sitting around this morning and decided to throw together a bunch of rub-a-dub records in an impromptu DJ explosion for a Monday.

No rhyme or reason, just a bunch of early 80's deejays doin' the thing they do best! These baby runs nearly an hour long and its a veritable who's who of early dancehall. I hope you enjoy it!

Here's what you're gonna hear...

1. Lee Van Cliff - Bubble Reggae Music - Afro Eagle 7"
2. Ranking Joe - Honda Accord - Art & Craft EP
3. Ringo - Mr. Wong - Black & White 12"
4. Sassafrass - Dance In A Breaton - Black Solidarity 7"
5. P. Ranking & General Lucky - Tired Of Walking - Corner Stone 7"
6. Errol Scorcher - Bone Man Skank - Dance Beat 12"
7. Scorpion - Walkerton - First Hit 7"
8. Lone Ranger - Fort X - GG Hit 7"
9. John Slaughter - Ride Skate - Gorgon 7"
10. Lui Lepki - Jealousy - Gorgon 7"
11. Toyan - Strictly The Dread - Greensleeves 12"
12. Michigan & Smiley - Too Much Confusion - Hitbound 12"
13. Jah Thomas - Cripple Man Skank - Jah Guidance 7"
14. Brigadier Jerry - Roots Girl - Jah Love Muzik 7"
15. Jah Walton - It In A Me - Lorna 7"
16. Clint Eastwood - Bubble - Manzie 7"
17. General Echo - Boom Boom - Manzie 7"
18. Early B - Sebert - Moa Anbessa 10"
19. Welton Irie - How You Keep A Dance - Oak Sound 12"
20. Yellowman & Fathead - You Wrong To Send Come Call Me - Observer 7"
21. Purpleman - Daddy Mix - Observer 12"
22. Jah Berry - Polio Drops - Rainbow Productions 7"
23. Jim Brown - Calypso Calypso - Studio One 7"
24. Nicodemus - Jennifer Chant - Trevor Tanga 7"
25. Squiddley Ranking - Proud A We - GG Hit 7"
26. Super Cat - Walkerton - Midnight Rock 7"
27. Josey Wales - Love Me Have Fi Get - Volcano 12"
28. Peter Metro - This Old Man - Upfront 10"
29. Charlie Chaplin - Naw Leave Me Chalwa - Dove 7"

Enjoy!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I visit only once in a while but it's always a nice suprise to see what you've been up to!

For your blog is positively one of the most original reggae blogs I've ever seen.

The whole concept of the mixes instead of the xth upload of the same albums is very, very original and creative.

But besides the concept itself which pleases me, most mixes (I haven't heared them all) are highly entertaining, made from a firm knowledge of the music and I can easily imagine what a joy it must be to make them.

Keep up the good works (and enjoying yourself!) and thanks for the effort made in trying to promote the music we - obviously both - love so much.

Chapeau!

Blessings & Greetings

Ras*Israel
Amsterdam

John AKA Reggaexx said...

Ras Israel - thanks for the kind comments! It's post like yours that makes all the effort seem worthwhile!

Thanks!!

deepbeep said...

Wow! Another amazing mix. This has been playing constantly on my computer all week, along with Strictly Rub A Dub Mix. You wouldn't believe how much work I've done listening to those mixes.

Custom Wedding Cake Toppers said...

John, am very glad you have been creating your great mixes again for us.... we are out hear listenin to your labors and enjoying them very much .... appreciate your effort,,,,nuff respec