Playlist – 15th May 2010 featuring Papa Jon’s concise history of Reggae music!

My first post on the BCB blog… please accept my sincere apologies! Remeber, you can listen back to this show at www.theothersideradio.com. And it’s a good’un, so you should!

I’ve got High Pressure main man Jon in the studio with me tonight, and he knows what’s what when it comes to roots and reggae… I’ve employed him for the evening to teach us a few things we might not know about the history of Reggae – from the 60’s to the present day. It’s an education, so listen back and learn…

01. Wobble n Dubb – Kokoro’s Actroid [Unreleased]
02. The Herbaliser – The Lost Suitcase [Ninja Tune]

Papa Jon’s Concise History of Reggae Music!

Prince Busta – Enjoy Yourself
Keith and Ken – I Won’t Let You Go
Duke Reid – Burial
Justin Hines and the Dominoes – Save A Bread
Phyllis Dillon – Perfidia
Toots & The Maytals – Night and Day
The Mad Lads- Ten to One
Bob Marley & The Wailers – Soul Rebel (Prod. Lee Scratch Perry)
Jacob Miller – Baby I love You So (Prod. Augustus Pablo)
King Tubby – King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown
Richy Macdonald – Realise
Horace Andy – Money Money
Horace Andy – Money Money (Jah Stitch Remix)
Dennis Emmanuel Brown – Bubblin’ Fountain
The Congos – Fisherman
Johnny Osbourne – Icecream Love
Wayne Smith – Under My Sleng Teng
Buju Banton & Tenor Saw – Ring The Alarm Quick
Garnett Silk – Kingly Character
Inspirational Sound ft. Bongo Chilli – Minaron

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2 thoughts on “Playlist – 15th May 2010 featuring Papa Jon’s concise history of Reggae music!

  1. avatarRob Walsh

    Hi Lisa, enjoying the 8 May show on the Otherside site – I’m jealous, can I have all your records, please, pretty please?
    Can’t see the 15 May show there yet – when are you going to put that up?
    Stay other
    Rob Walsh

  2. avatarLisa

    hello! thanks for listening :) sorry, my records are kept under lock and key!!
    may 15th is up now, sorry for the confusion! it’s a very good show with a very charistmatic and knowledgeable guest, so do go n have a listen!

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