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Spinitron - KDHX: Positive Vibrations Sat Dec 8th 2012

Positive Vibrations (Music)

Sat Dec 8th 2012 9.00pm–11.00pm

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

Time zone: central

9:05pm

Victor Essiet “CHAMPION BUBBLER” Single (promo mp3) —Michael Kuelker on the mix tonight. See the new www.reggaestlouis.net coming soon... TONIGHT, the first hour (and then some...) is all about AFRICA. Opening song by Nigerian artist Victor Essiet, who is preparing his first US tour in years

9:08pm

Victor Essiet “RAT RACE” Single (promo mp3) —reggae from Nigeria; this is not the Bob Marley tune

9:11pm

Buju Banton “MAMA AFRICA”
from Friends for Life (Vp Records 2003) —classic -- originally by Peter Tosh

9:14pm

Nneka “Africans”
from Concrete Jungle (Epic/Decon 2010)

9:18pm

Nkulee Dube “Umendo”
from My Way (Native Rhythm 2011) —daughter of the late South African reggae legend Lucky Dube

9:24pm

Sugar Minott “Nah Go To South Africa”
from George Phang: Power House Selector's Choice, Vol. 2 (17 north parade) —"The pressure make a wise man mad"

9:27pm

Sandra Cross “Free South Africa”
from Comet In the Sky (Ariwa Sounds 1988)

9:31pm

Tom Wood “Mandela”
from Mongomon - EP (Mongomon 2012) N L —Get well soon, Nelson Mandela.

9:36pm

Burning Spear “African Teacher”
from Hail H.I.M. CD Album (Heartbeat 1980) —backed by members of The Wailers band; unquestionably one of Burning Spear's finest works

9:39pm

Bongo Herman “African Breakfast” Single (Harry J's 7" 1972) —the riddim to "Breakfast in Bed" with nyahbinghi drumming

9:48pm

Teddy Afro “Musial Hiwote Wo Kasa, Manfese Betubaw Quanqua”
from Nahom's Favorite, Vol. 16 (Nahom Records 2011) —Ethiopian reggae, y'all.

9:55pm

Teddy Afro “Yasteseryal” (Nahom) —more Ethio reggae; the title of the song signifies forgiveness.

9:58pm

Yabby You “Give Praises”
from In the Red Zone (Shanachie 1978)

10:01pm

The Upsetter “Foundation Dub”
from Lee Perry: Voodooism (Pressure Sounds *) —a wicked dub of The Hombres' "Africa," as I end a 75-minute set emphasizing AFRICA in reggae music.

10:04pm

Bob Marley & The Wailers “Lively Up Yourself”
from Songs of Freedom (Island 2009) R  —Ya gonna lively up yourself cause I said so.

10:07pm

Beres Hammond “What One Dance Can Do”
from Can't Stop a Man (Vp Records 2005)

10:15pm

Zion “My History”
from Different Denominations (Lion Roots 2012) —performing this evening @ Pop's Blue Moon.

10:19pm

Dub Syndicate “No Lightweight Sound”
from Ital Breakfast (On U Sound) —that's I Roy on the microphone

10:22pm

Glen Brown & King Tubby “Wicked Tumbling Version”
from Terminator Dub (Blood & Fire *)

10:25pm

Dub Syndicate “Gun Too Hot”
from Ital Breakfast (On U Sound) R

10:28pm

Scientist “King Tubby's Answer”
from Dub In the Roots Tradition (Blood and Fire 2015) L —produced by Don Mais for the Roots Tradition label; Soul Syndicate on the riddim

10:32pm

Bob Marley “Screwface”
from Songs Of Freedom (Island)

10:35pm

Monty Alexander “The Heathen”
from Kingston Harlem Express (Motéma) —Jamaican jazz, yes yes

10:38pm

Bob Marley “Lick Samba”
from Songs Of Freedom (Island)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.