Wednesday, March 2

Roots Reggae Tape - Jamaica 1978 rare


"This is a real Roots Reggae mixtape with rare tracks from the golden era of Jamaican music. The Wailers & Johnny Lover - Sun is shining, The Righteous Flames - Must be a revolution, Maurice Wellington - Girl you’re so divine, Shenley Duffus - To be a lover, The Flames - Zion, Senya - Oh Jah come, Little Roy & Ian Rock - Christopher Columbus, Errol Dunkley - This train, Ronnie Davis - Money never build a mountain, The Ethiopians - The word is love, The Mighty Maytones - Ital queen, The Heptones - It’s like heaven, King Burnett & Lee Perry - I man free, Asher & Trimble - Humble yourself, Prince Alla - Bosrah, Morvin Brooks - Cheer up black man, The Royals - Make it believe, Gladstone Anderson - Rockers, Paul Freeman - Life is sweeter than money, Bob Marley - She used to call me data, Chenley Duffus - At the end."
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