Thursday, June 05, 2008

Time to dust off the cobwebs and get things rollin' again!

Yes, its been forever since I've updated or posted on the blog here but now that I've got a bunch of stuff off my plate you should start seeing some more action around here coming up in the next week or so. Thanks to all of those who have left comments about the "newer" mixes and those who still happen across some of the older active mixes and take the time to say thanks - it's really appreciated!

I've got a mix in the works not to mention another installment of the Volcano Version Excursion so stay put!

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am really happy to see you posting again. It is always a pleasure to dip into my collection of your mixes and discover a "new" classic. I have returned to the Take 5 mix a lot lately and learned some real appreciation for the Mighty Diamonds. So thanks and respect for broadening minds.

Cass said...

Awesome - looking forward to revived postings

Anonymous said...

good to hear..i'm always checking back, waiting for the new mixes..

my all-time favourite was general echo..rare tunes on that one..

but i'm getting back into jungling junjo 1,2 and 3 plus the Dub poetry mix is amazing..

thanks so much.
blessings.

cozby said...

Nice. I thought I'd have to delete this bookmark ;)

jacob said...

man excited to hear another volcano mix...

if you have a minute check out my brand new blog focusing on my jamaican 45s....

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Hunter Vaughan said...

we await your artistry mixmaster...forward de riddim....

i said...

welcome back.

Anonymous said...

Very interesting site. Were you by chance at Indiana University in the mid-80's? There was an evening reggae show on the college station that played the Blue Riddim Band, which is where I first heard them. It played a really great mix of stuff: LKJ, Mighty Diamonds, Steel Pulse, Burning Spear, Heptones, etc. And then the show just disappeared, only playing for a summer, I think.

Anonymous said...

Another Volcano Mix would be wonderful. Where do you get these things?

Reggaexx said...

The Volcano mixes involve ripping the B-sides of my Junjo collection... either records on the Volcano, Jah Guidance or Arrival label then just mixing 'em up... I gotta get off my lazy ass and rip some vinyl so I can get another one up... I'm surprised at how popular this mix has been.