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Spinitron - KDHX: Positive Vibrations Sat Jul 20th 2013

Positive Vibrations (Music)

Sat Jul 20th 2013 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


Ras Michael and the Sons of Negus “Run Come (Throw away your Stoney Heart)”
from Nyabinghi (Trojan trojanrecords.com 1974) —Michael Kuelker on the mix tonight for an all-Selassie program on the occasion of the 121st earthday of Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia (1930-74) ... songs of praise to the King of Kings and nyahbinghi-related music.


Asante Amen “Only Ras Tafari”
from Only Ras Tafari - Single (High Priest Records 2013) N


Screwdriver “Selassie Live”
from Calling, Calling (IKUS 1995) —on the Freedom Blues riddim


Bob Marley and the Wailers “Forever Loving Jah Dub”
from In Dub Vol. 1 (Tuff Gong) —special mix that I whipped up with Bob Marley interview excerpts on the subject of Haile Selassie


Horace Martin “Repatriation + dub” Single (Negus Roots 10") —classic early 80s culture tune


Early B “Visit of King Selassie” Single (Midnight Rock 7") —storytelling song from early 80s about Selassie's visit to Jamaica in 1966


Zion “Jah Loveth Zion”
from Poor Man Crying (Lion Roots 2010)


Cedric Brooks & the Mystic Revelation of Rastafari “Satta Massagana”
from One Truth (Visions) —classic originally recorded by The Abysinnians, here done in a more strictly nyah style


Garnett Silk featuring Cocoa Tea & Charlie Chaplin “Every Knee Shall Bow (Featuring Cocoa Tea & Charlie Chaplin)”
from Legends of Reggae, Vol. 5 (Artists Only! 2001) —on the immortal Stalag riddim


Sir Coxsone Sound “Psalm 87.2”
from King Of The Dub Rock Part 2 (GREENSLEEVES 2010) —"Why do the heathen rage and the people imagine vain things?"


Big Youth “Jah Golden Jubilee”
from The Chanting Dread Inna Fine Style (Heartbeat * 2009)


Big Youth “Jah Golden Jubilee”
from The Chanting Dread Inna Fine Style (Heartbeat * 2009)


Peter Tosh & U Roy “Earth Rightful Ruler”
from The Toughest (Heartbeat * 1969)


U Roy “Glory To The Father”
from Augustus Pablo - Pablo & Friends (Ras)


The Meditations “I Love Jah”
from I Love Jah - EP (Wackies 2002)


Justin Hinds “Let Jah Arise”
from Reggae on the Rocks (W.A.R.) —from Psalm 68 ("Let JAH arise and let his enemies be scattered") ... Vin Gordon, Deadly Headly & Jonathan Arthur on horns from a concert in 1999


Jah Woosh “Free Jah Jah Children”
from An Even Harder Shade of Black (Pressure Sounds * 1995)


Haile Selassie & Bob Marley “War / Selassie is the Chapel (virtual duet remix)”
from The War Album (Rastafari)


Bob Marley “Conquering Lion” (Big Music) —from an old Revival song, adapted by the Rastafari ("the Lion of Judah shall break every chain")


Keith Hudson “Rasta Communication” (Joint International 2002)


Willi Williams “Addis Ababa”
from See Me (Jah Shaka Music)


Wareika Hills Sound “Uhuru Pujama”
from Wareika Hill Sounds (Honest Jons) —preceded by a live interview w/ Ras Tree, JAH Orah and other Rasta brethren from the nyahbinghi tonight and for the next two nights in Washington Park, IL


CHEZIDEK “Oh JAH” Single (CD single)


Culture “See Dem Dub”
from Two Sevens Clash: The 30th Anniversary Edition (Shanachie Entertainment www.shanachie.com 1977) —great dub, heavy on nyahbinghi drums

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