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Spinitron - KDHX: Dub Mixture Fri Aug 13th 2010

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Dub Mixture (Music)

Fri Aug 13th 2010 1.00am–3.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Black Uhuru “Dub in the mountain”
from Brutal (Ras 2004)


Dub Syndicate “African Landing”
from Murdatone (On u soun) —deep spaced out dub drums by style scott leader and ex- drummer for roots radics band.


Bob Marley “Rat race”
from Countryman (Soundtrack/Island) —Song is from the countryman soundtrack featuring other artist like Toots , Steel Pulse and Aswad.


Uroy “Black the natural fact”
from True Born African (Ras) —Daddy Uroy the godfather of reggae dj chants about roots


Toyan “Capital Offence”
from How The West Was Won (GREENSLEEVES 2002) —Early dancehall Dj roots with Roots Radics and Scientist on the mix


Twinkle Brothers “Mountains of dub”
from Dub Massacre 1 (Twinkle) —The Grant brothers is early reggae at its best


Steel Pulse “Throne of Gold”
from Earth Crisis (Ekektra 2005) —strickley for lovers rockers


Burning Spear “Security dub”
from Living Dub Vol. 5 (Burning Music 2006) —Dubbing about homeland security


Don Carlos “Booming Ball”
from Lazer Beam (Charly Records 2006)


Augustus Pablo “Stop Them Jah”
from King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown (Shanachie 1976) —spiritual reggae created by by the don of dub


Sizzla “Babylon Homework”
from Armageddon Time: Chapter 2 (Xterminator Productions Ltd. courtesy of BFM Digital 2000) —This cd includes various artist chanting down babylon.


Peter Tosh “Coming In Hot”
from The Best of Peter Tosh (Sony 2008) —Tosh sings gun lyrics featuring Sly and Robby


Morgan Heritage “Roots and Culture”
from Armageddon Time: Chapter 2 (Xterminator Productions Ltd. courtesy of BFM Digital 2000) —the song explains itself feat LMS


Midnite “Come Bust I On”
from New Name (Higher Bound Productions 2008) —The I grades from the virgin islands what the reggae game was missing.


Scientist “Storming the death star”
from Scientist and Prince Jammy strike back (Trojan trojanrecords.com) —Early Star Wars type dub


Scientist “Phaton phaser phever”
from Scientist Dubs Culture (Ras) —Joseph Hill in dub with Scientist on the mix


Bob Marley “Turn your lights down low”
from Chant down babylon (Tuff Gong 1999) —feat. Lauryn Hill at her best livicated to the lovers rockers.


Bob Marley and the Wailers “Three liittle birds”
from Songs Of Freedom CD Album (Tuff Gong 1992) —The King of reggae says don't worry about a ting


Mad Professor meets Scientist “Dub Pioneer”
from Mad Professor Meets Scientist At the Dub Table (Ariwa Sounds 2002) —TWO DUBMASTERS TOGETHER


Linton Kwesi Johnson “Sonny's Lettah (Anti Sus Poem)”
from Independant Intavenshan - The Island Anthology (Island 1998) —bringing that early english/ jamaican style dub poetry with a jazz blues reggae sound.


Hugh Mundell “Tell I a Lie”
from Mundell (GREENSLEEVES 1997) —The late great mentor of junior ried


Gladiators “Red Gold and Green”
from Frontline (Virgin) —Albert Griffiths leader sings rally round


Bob Marley “rock steady”
from Bob Marley the Digital Remasters (Grammercy Records 2009) —Early Marley remixed

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