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20 octobre 2012 6 20 /10 /octobre /2012 11:00


Origine du Groupe : France
Style : Reggae
Sortie : 1998

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Par http://filrouge.soun.free.fr

+C'est en 1996 que naquit le Fil Rouge. A l'origine l'idée était de faire un sound system permettant notamment l'écoute de nouveautés jamaicaines. Quelques mois plus tard, le band était formé.
Comme tout départ la route fut souvent régionale et fournie en aventures.

Tracklist :
01 - Etat d'crise    
02 - Gratt'    
03 - A notre époque    
04 - Tous fous    
05 - Les jeunes s'endorment    
06- Inna di jungle    
07 - Babylone coule

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19 octobre 2012 5 19 /10 /octobre /2012 13:00


Origine du Groupe : V.A France , Senegal , Algeria
Style : Reggae , Ska , Skunk
Sortie : 1997

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By DJ DemonAngel

Une compilation de reggae qui doit se trouver dans tout bonne MP3TECH  !

Tracklist :
1 Human Spirit - Les indiens
2 Gnawa diffusion - H'mar dem
3 Grimskunk - La vache
4 Marousse - Hey Jack
5 Ludwig Von 88 - Sous marin
6 Niominka bi n' diaxas band - Seey
7 Marcel et son orchestre - La 7ème compagnie en...
8 Jimmy oihid - Y ' en a marre
9 La Ruda Salska - Les frères Volfoni
10 Mister Gang - Solution (Live)
11 Some Style Band - Race
12 Big Mama - Toujours plus haut
13 Joe Corbeau - Rebelle du soleil
14 Sergent Garcia - Acabar mal (Live)
15 Baobab - Ouvre moi

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18 octobre 2012 4 18 /10 /octobre /2012 10:00



Origine du Groupe : Jamaica
Style : Reggae Dancehall
Sortie : 1983

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Tracklist :
01 - A Little Bit Of Everything
02 - Nice Time
03 - Finders Keepers
04 - Take Away
05 - Trying To School I
06 - Jah Heavy Load
07 - Knot Up Time
08 - Jah Is I Light
09 - No Three Card Man

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15 octobre 2012 1 15 /10 /octobre /2012 12:01



Origine du Groupe : Jamaica
Style : Reggae
Sortie : 1999

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By Oufar-Khân from http://oufarkhan.blogspot.com

Massive roots from Rod Taylor, the culturally oriented youthman who dropped the heaviest of heavy numbers In The Right Way and King David, Solomon, Moses aka Ethiopian Kings for Bertram Brown in the late 70s, but came a bit late in the roots era to ascend to the stardom he deserved. Taylor would adapt nicely to the coming dancehall style, showcased well here on a few tracks, and though this set features the singer working with a bevy of producers, including Ossie Hibbert, Prince Far I, Mikey Dread and N!gger Kojak, his deep, rootsy vocals lend a cohesiveness to the compilation that keeps it flowing nicely from start to finish!
Enjoy it!


Tracklist :
1  Ethiopian Kings
2  In The Right Way
3  Don't Give It up
4  Run Run
5  No One Can Tell I About Jah
6  His Imperial Majesty
7  Behold Him
8  Nuh Chuck It
9  Every Little Thing
10 Be Sensible
11 Look Before Your Leep
12 Independant Bam
13 Night In September
14 Bad Man Comes And Goes

Total Time : 00:49:17

Mixing Engineer : Scientist & King Tubby & Prince Jammy
Vocals : Rod Taylor
Backing Band : The Soul Syndicate & The Revolutionaries & The Roots Radics
Studios : Channel One (Kingston, JA) & King Tubby's (Kingston, JA)

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14 octobre 2012 7 14 /10 /octobre /2012 13:05



Origine du Groupe : Jamaica
Style : Reggae , Dub
Sortie : 1972-1978

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Tracklist :
01 - The Upsetters - Perry's Mood
02 - Jah T - Hot Pipes
03 - The Upsetters - Trinity Of Life
04 - Deborah Keese - Travelling
05 - Jackie Bernard - Economic Crisis
06 - Lee Perry - Free Up The Prisoners
07 - The Upsetters - Drum Rock
08 - The Upsetters - Dub Organizer
09 - The Upsetters - Jungle Fever

Producer : Lee Perry

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13 octobre 2012 6 13 /10 /octobre /2012 15:00


Origine du Groupe : U.K , Jamaica
Style : Reggae Roots
Sortie : 1999


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Bim Sherman, de son vrai nom Jarrett Tomlison, est né en 1950 à Westmoreland et mort le 17 novembre 2000 à Londres. À la fois chanteur, auteur et producteur jamaïcain, il sera crédité sous divers noms (Jarrett Tomlinson, Jarrett Vincent, Lloyd Vincent, J.L. Vincent, Bob West, Bim Shieman et Lloyd Tomlinson). Avant de se lancer dans une carrière musicale, il sera successivement pêcheur et électricien. Ses débuts voient l'enregistrement de One hundred years in Babylon au studio Federal sous la houlette de Sid Bucknor. Il a alors 18 ans. Mais Bim Sherman a soif d'indépendance. Il économise donc pour autoproduire ses disques, allant par la suite jusqu'à les vendre lui-même dans la rue. Il utilisera fréquemment le même riddim pour faire deux chansons différentes par souci d'économies. Il faudra attendre fin 1976 et début 1977 pour voir les titres Mighty Ruler et Ever Firm, sortir sur ses labels Scorpio et Red Sea. En 1978, dix de ses singles sont compilés sur le LP Love Forever sorti en Angleterre. Il connaît un succès local et Randy’s ou Joe Gibbs cherchent à l’enregistrer sans succès. En 1979 suit l'album Lovers Leap Showcase. C'est aussi l'année où il décide de tenter sa chance au Royaume-Uni. Il y rencontre Adrian Sherwood qui possède le label On-U-Sound. Ce dernier apprécie beaucoup le travail de Sherman et décide de travailler avec lui. S'en suit une longue collaboration. En 1982 sortent Across The Red Sea et War Of Words.


Discographie :
  • 1979 - Lovers Leap Showcase
  • 1981 - 35 Years From Alpha (Headley Benett & Bim Sherman)
  • 1982 - Across The Red Sea
  • 1982 - In A Rub A Dub Style (Bim Sherman Meets Horace Andy And U Black)
  • 1982 - War Of Words (Singers & Players Featuring Bim Sherman)
  • 1984 - Danger
  • 1986 - Haunting Ground
  • 1988 - Ghetto Dub
  • 1989 - African Rubber Dub, Vol. 2
  • 1990 - Haunting Ground
  • 1997 - Miracle
  • 1998 - Across the Red Sea
  • 1998 - What Happened
  • 1999 - Ghetto Dub
  • 1999 - Voluntary
  • 2000 - Rub-A-Dub

Tracklist :
1. Love Forever
2. Golden Locks - Bim Sherman, Bob West
3. Lightning and Thunder
4. What Sweet You
5. Ever Firm 6. Danger
7. Mighty Ruler
8. Down in Jamdown
9. Just Can't Stand It
10. 10, 000 Ethiopians
11. Golden Stool
12. Tribulation
13. It Must Be a Dream
14. Chancery Lane
15. My Whole World
16. Keep on Trying
17. 100 Years

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7 octobre 2012 7 07 /10 /octobre /2012 12:00



Origine du Groupe : Germany , U.K , Denmark , Japan
Style : Reggae , Ragga Dancehall
Sortie : 2012

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From http://www.jahtari.org
The Maffi helicopter finally takes off again for it's next mission, this time with a Rub-A-Dub specialist
team on board who are about to infiltrate unsuspecting dancefloors worldwide. Sensi expert Kenny
Knots parachutes out first with a boom tune called "Herb From Grow" in his backpack, while special
agent Speng Bond - with the license fi toast - is keeping up the vibes in the flying command center
with "Tann Up Solid". The Ninja MC team Rub-A-Dub Market, who usually run tings and sound system
special ops code- named "Part2Style" down in Tokyo / Japan, are at the controls of the B-side with
their track "Fever".

Inside the suitcase on the backseat is the "Robotron Riddim", the dub version of Ranking Levy's
"Mad Man Syle" (from "Jahtarian Dubbers Vol. 3"). Three murdah Rub-A-Dub cuts on some rare,
early Maffi riddims plus one Dub - for your ears only! All produced and dubbed up by disrupt in the
Jahtari bunker, with a bomb of a cover from the Superhero team Ellen G. / MyLord, who also did the
masterpiece sleeve for Mr. Willamz' "Dancehall Hobby EP".

Tracklist :
01 - Kenny Knots - Herb From Grow
02 - Speng Bond - Tann Up Solid
03 - Rub-A-Dub Market (Part2Style) - Fever
04 - Maffi - Robotron Riddim

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11 septembre 2012 2 11 /09 /septembre /2012 12:00



Origine du Groupe : North America
Style : Neo Roots , Reggae
Sortie : 2001

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By Mr. O. Molale  from http://www.amazon.com

I rate the group more than Beyonce & Jay-Z combined, not in terms of popularity and making money from record and other sales, but purely based on ability to make good music. I am talking about music here, not sound, which means making sound from playing a musical instrument rather than selecting it digitally from your studio. In fact, I rate the group more than most American artists. America is full of artist more than it is full of musicians, as most of them cannot even play one single musical instrument very well, and all they know is make noise in front of the mic.

Tracklist :
1. Laws of the King
2. Give the youth a chance
3. Give up
4. Zion gates
5. Fire
6. Jah house
7. Living spiritual
8. Ooh Lord
9. Stand firm
10. Weh dem did deh
11. Jah lead our way
12. See the enemy
13. Free as a bird
14. Ghetto life song
15. All alone (thinking 'bout you)


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31 août 2012 5 31 /08 /août /2012 12:00




Origine du Groupe : U.K
Style : Dub , Reggae Instrumental
Sortie : 2011

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By Nicolas Ragonneau  from http://www.parisdjs.com

In the end, we had to wait until November for 2011's funniest record. 'Return Of Gringo' is a faux soundtrack in which dub, ska and surf meet spaghetti western in the tradition of maestro Ennio Morricone. Dub and spaghetti have always been good bedmates - just lend an ear to Swiss duo Trance Hill and Dub Spencer to understand why. But here we're not dealing with some low-rent Trinita series but a bigger budget altogether. The result? A genuine blockbuster with first-class actors Starring famed Brighton producer and retro-futurist dub wizard Mike 'Prince Fatty' Pelanconi (Hollie Cook, The Pharcyde, Lilly Allen) and his pal Nick 'Mutant Hifi' Coplowe (multi-instrumentalist and producer for Asian Dub Foundation, Little Axe, Adrian Sherwood et al.), Return of Gringo is catchy from track 1 to 12. It's short enough to make a killer party album but long enough to mesmerize the audience. Nick Coplowe plays guitar (adding tons of spring reverb), glockenspiel, bass, keyboards and melodica. Prince Fatty runs the mix and the special effects, loading fun and frenzied sounds such as a mule braying itself to death, horses neighing, gunshots and, of course, echo throughout. There's also a classy backing band with a rich horn section that captures the Arabic and Mexican sounds to a T (for the full line-up, read below). The accomplices are joined by a guest star, the legendary Alessandro Alessandroni. And it's a brilliant idea. For newbies and dummies, Alessandroni is the unforgettable whistler from the Sergio Leone/ Ennio Morricone westerns (Fistful of Dollars, Once Upon a Time in the West, etc.) as well as being a highly respected multi instrumentalist and composer. Adding Alessandroni's mellow whistling to the project not only gives Return of Gringo an unexpected touch of beauty and a melancholic tinge; it also shows Prince Fatty's and Mutant Hifi's respect and love and respect for their predecessors. That's why it's a major achievement, one the best-ever parodies yet sincerest tributes to Leone/Morricone - along with Australian act The Western Spaghetti Orchestra.
The last word goes to cheeky Nick 'Mutant Hifi' Coplowe, who styles himself as a 'musical pervert'. He was a bit slow to write, so I threatened to send both Lee Van Cleef and Henry Fonda over to pay him a visit.

So Nick says:
"Hi Paris DJs! Prince Fatty and I are old friends, former flatmates. We've talked about a surf/ska collaboration for years, laughed about it, plotted, planned, come up with concepts - some of which may yet see the light of day in future releases. A mutual love of spaghetti, and westerns led us to Return Of Gringo!, marrying the arab/hispanic/sephardic influences on our favourite surf instrumental music to our love of Jamaican ska. Being an instrumental project, a theme is very important in order not to disappear up our own creeks and give guidance. Return of Gringo! came about after a long session of watching the original Italian versions of the great Sergio Leone movies (originally the album was to be Dub for Victory - themed after the various boys' WWII comics popular from the 50s-70s). The influences (and titles) came thick and fast, and tied in with our new found love of cumbia music (we watched Butch Cassidy) and so we went with the cowboy theme. Although the album took nearly 2 years from conception to release, being inspired, we worked fast, and spent most of that time making other records. Both of us have long experience of working with people who take forever agonising over their records, killing the vibes and boring everyone stupid and blowing budgets, and we didn't want to do that for ourselves. Return of Gringo! is an album made strictly our way, with no compromises - even the deal wasn't sought until the album was near completion to avoid the kind of unconstructive interference experienced on other projects. Above all, it was a labour not only of love, but of fun, which I think comes out in the general irreverence of the end result, and is the only way to make music for yourself. No donkeys were harmed in the making of the album, even while performing tricks..."

Tracklist :
01. Transistor Cowboy
02. Balck Powder
03. Plague of Locusts
04. Wear The Black Hat (If The Black Hat Fits)
05. Way Back to Town
06. Across The Border
07. Up The Creek
08. Moscow Mule
09. Son of a Thousand Fathers
10. The Good, The Vlad and The Ugly
11. Blondes have more Guns
12. Hava Nagila

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27 août 2012 1 27 /08 /août /2012 12:00



Origine du Groupe : Jamaica
Style : Reggae
Sortie : 2012

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By Valentin Zill  from http://www.reggaeville.com

It seems as if currently two producers were marching ahead of the European reggae movement: Daddy Zigo, drummer of French stars Dub Inc. and owner and mastermind behind Greenyard Records, and Moritz “Da Baron” von Korff, bass player of Dub Inc. and the mastermind behind Munich-based Oneness Records. The later had already stirred up the scene with albums like Naptali‘s Long Journey, together with his partner Benjamin Zecher. With both Greenyard and Oneness Records, the concept seems to be to pick an underrated artist from back ah yard and give him a chance to shine in the European market.

This time, Oneness chose Mark Wonder, of whom the Jamaican Observer stated last year: “The irony though, is that while the dreadlocked roots reggae singer is not very well known in his homeland, Jamaica, he has been working wonders with his music on the European market for a number of years.” With his last album, The True Story of Mark Wonder and Friends, the singer from Kingston had received accolades. Did he work wonders again? The album comes with generous 15 tunes that for the most part are based on Oneness riddims, recorded live with musicians from Gentleman and Dub Inc., ranking among the most skilled ones in Europe. Sara Lugo, Sista Lou, Raymond Wright, Jahcoustix, Nicky Burt and others provide excellent backing vocals. Musically, Working Wonders is definitely a gem - even for Oneness‘ high standards.

And lyricswise? Mark Wonder rides the riddims with convincing confidence, singing cultural, lovers and praise tunes. No, he does not reinvent the wheel here, but delivers solid works nevertheless. He teams up with Sizzla, Natural Black and Mikey Melody for featurings. All in all Wonder presents one of the most coherent albums so far this year - nothing really outstanding but an effort that is unique in terms of its overall quality.

Tracklist :
01. Ancient Of Days
02. The World Needs Love
03. Soul Deep
04. My Child
05. Guilding Light Feat. Sizzla
06. Distant Lover
07. On This Day
08. Woman Of The Nile
09. As The World Turns
10. Fighting Soldiers
11. Jah Love Is So Amazing
12. Working Wonders
13. Freedom Street
14. Zions Glory
15. Send Down The Rain


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