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Foey Man - Various - Reggae Pressure - Boss Sounds 1969 To 1970

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  1. Nov 19,  · HI BRETHREN & SISTREN W£LK0M Here yuh will find some [mixed] stµff as ROOTS ROCK REGGAE, apps for win/mac and any others thing I would find usefull to share with y'all. Have a wonderfull time here one and all! JAH BLESSED LOVE NB / Please PM if yuh have requests/questions whatsoever PLEASE DO NOT POST HERE.
  2. Aug 08,  · Trojan Sounds & Pressure: Mod-Reggae Watermelon Man - Jamaica's Own Vagabonds Jerk Time - Tommy McCook & the Supersonics. This set is part of a series spotlighting various musical genres of Jamaican music. The Mod era was originally popular in Britain in the 50's, and reached its peak in the 60's.4/4(1).
  3. Various Artists Reggae Pressure: Boss Sounds to () [Compilation] There has been many Trojan compilations chronicling the skinhead reggae phenomenon in the UK and they finally got it right with "Reggae Pressure".
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Reggae Pressure: Boss Sounds - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  5. So one day, not too long ago, I was doing a search for King Horror online and up pops this compilation, released this year, on the Pressure Drop label called Boss Reggae Sounds - Laurel Aitken Productions and it included a King Horror tune that I never knew existed!
  6. Aug 26,  · Reggae revival in Jamaica recalls golden era of s Roots reggae and dancehall may have very different sounds and messages, but they’re not mutually exclusive.
  7. The Reggae era started around I, and all that really can be said Is that the sound of reggae quickly became the Beverleys sound. It was a clean sound driven along by the Beverleys All Stars, characterised by a bouncing bass line, picking guitar, and rim shot drumming, and no horns.
  8. The Pioneers are a Jamaican reggae vocal trio, whose main period of success was in the s. The trio has had different line-ups, and still occasionally performs. The Pioneers were formed in by brothers Sydney and Derrick Crooks, and their friend Winston Hewitt. Their early recordings.
  9. Kingston Sounds present Skinhead Reggae , a compilation focusing on the Jamaican reggae sounds tied to the skinhead movement. "The sound of now " mentioned in "The Return of Jack Slade" by Derrick Morgan was the sound of /, the sound of Jamaican reggae.
  10. Sep 27,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Bass Culture Volume Two: Boss Sounds - Early Reggae on Discogs/5(5).

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