Friday, July 15, 2016

VA - Hot Shots Of Reggae 1976!!!



1976 - what a great year for reggae (40 years ago!), and for jamaican music overall. This is a mixtape I made with jamaican reggae from the year of 1976. Overall is straight reggae, some flavours of more rootsy stuff, dj's and dub presents. Most of the tracks are from rare and groovy 7inches. This was not a try to do a complete or fair overview of 1976 Jamaican music (no Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Augustus Pablo, Lee Perry, etc is included), It's just a swinging mixtape - no more remarkable than that. Do the reggae!

01. Dennis Brown - Life's Worth Living
02. B.B. Seaton - All The Best Things
03. Little Joe - Tradition 
04. Winston Bryan & The Rockers - By The Sweat Of Your Brow 
05. Roman Stewart - An Aim In View 
06. The Maytones - Please Let Me Go
07. The Tamlins - Black Beauty
08. Dr Alimantado & Dennis Ferron - Tribute To The Duke
09. Arrows - Seek Fire 
10. Ginger Williams - This Life 
11. Jacko - Brand New Day
12. Johnny Walker - Soul Each
13. Michael Anthony - Living In Sorrows
14. Matsimela [Aka Wailing Souls] - Liberty 
15. Adolphus Scott & The Spinning Wheels - Don't Leave Me Alone
16. Quater Notes - Drifting
17. Beverley Williams - Sufferation
18. Eunice Simpson - Fire Beard
19. Fately Barnett - Every Time I See You
20. Two Plus One - Jah Say Love


10 comments:

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    1. Thanks! Glad you stop by and find the mix:-)

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  2. My favorite period in reggae. 1960s through the mid 70s. Groovy.

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  3. Thank aaron for this one.this will start the weekend off just right.

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    1. Thanks! That sounds cool - have a great weekend:-)

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  4. Thanks Aaron. A great idea for a reggae comp, and I'm happy that it doesn't have the artists you mentioned above but instead focuses on lesser compiled artists. Good taste as usual.

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    1. Thanks you so much! Have a great weekend.

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  5. Aaron, all your mixtapes are very swinging and remarkable. Thank you.

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  6. outrageously great selection! Thank you again Aaron!

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