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Spinitron - KDHX: Positive Vibrations Sat Oct 26th 2013

Positive Vibrations (Music)

Sat Oct 26th 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

8:59pm

Capleton “RIGHT NOW”
from Praises to the King (Black Scorpio 1994) —coming to the Volcan [formerly Club La Onda) on Halloween night. Michael Kuelker on the mix.

9:03pm

MAD COBRA “BIG IT UP”
from Strictly the Best, Vol. 9 (VP)

9:06pm

Shaggie Williams “The Gold” Single (promo mp3) —Artist is from Congotown in Jamaica's Trelawny parish. Tune is a blend of classic Black Uhuru and Dennis Brown.

9:09pm

The Melodians “I Could Be King”
from Rivers of Babylon (Trojan trojanrecords.com 2001) —RIP Tony Brevett

9:12pm

The Melodians “RIVERS of BABYLON”
from The Harder They Come: Deluxe Edition (Island 2003) —the 1970 classic, drawn in part from a Biblical psalm of exile (#137)

9:16pm

Zap Pow “Sweet Loving Love”
from Last War - The Best of Zap Pow (Sanctuary 1978) —saxophonist Glen DaCosta wrote this song -- and he is my guest this evening for music & conversation

9:19pm

Bob Marley & The Wailers “MISTY MORNING”
from Kaya (Tuffgong 1978) —that's Glen DaCosta on sax

9:22pm

Glen DaCosta “interview w/ Michael Kuelker” Single (x) —Glen DaCosta speaks about Kingston livity -- "music was my refuge"

9:25pm

Glen DaCosta “Magic Touch”
from Arkology (Box Set) (Island) —Glen's sax all the way in the lead

9:28pm

Glen DaCosta “interview w/ Michael Kuelker” Single (x) —Glen speaks about the attempted assassination of Bob Marley -- Glen was there at 56 Hope Road in Dec 1976 when it happened

9:31pm

Bob Marley & The Wailers “Buffalo Solder 12"”
from Confrontation (Island 1978) —another musical gem with the sweet sax of Glen DaCosta -- thus endeth part one of my ongoing series of music & interview segments w/ him in the coming weeks

9:34pm

Black Uhuru “Shine Eye Dub”
from Unmetered Taxi (Taxi * 2004) —coming to the Blueberry Hill Duck Room on Nov. 22; led by original singer Duckie Simpson and also featuring Andrew Bees

9:37pm

Smith & the Prophets “Valley of Joeasaphat”
from Yabby You: Deeper Roots (Pressure Sounds *)

9:40pm

Smith & the Prophets “Joeasaphat”
from Deeper Roots (Pressure Sounds *) —dubwise...!

9:43pm

Blue Riddim Band & Rougher All Stars “To Jamaica With Love”
from Enter the Riddim (Rougher Records 2013) N  —legendary Kansas City, MO band back with a new platter

9:47pm

Yasus Afari “Let's Talk New York”
from Public Secret (Fox Fuse 2013) N

9:50pm

Yasus Afari “Dub New York”
from Public Secret (Fox Fuse 2013) N  —bass is phat

9:54pm

Yasus Afari “The Earth is a Friend”
from Gift of Vijahn (House of Honour 2000) —should be adopted as an Earth Day theme song

9:57pm

Lloyd Brown “What You Sow”
from Rootical (Zion High Productions 2013) N  —dread karma tune

10:02pm

Capleton “LET IT GO”
from Let It Go riddim (Tuff Gong)

10:05pm

Capleton “Earthquake in Zion” Single (Harmodio 7")

10:08pm

Capleton “Sellout” Single (African Star 7")

10:11pm

Justin Hinds & The Dominoes “Mighty Redeemer (Pt. 1)”
from Carry Go Bring Home - The Anthology (Trojan trojanrecords.com 2005) —originally on Duke Reid's Treasure Isle label

10:14pm

Justin Hinds & The Dominoes “Mighty Redeemer (Pt. 2)”
from Carry Go Bring Home - The Anthology (Trojan trojanrecords.com 2005) —Justin in a churchical vocal style

10:16pm

Tony Brevett & the Skatalites “Starlight”
from The Legendary Skatalites in Dub (Motion 2003) —produced by King Tubby; a mid-70s recording

10:19pm

Ras Midas “Fire Up” (JML Music 2010)

10:25pm

Ras Midas “Burning Revelation”
from Rastaman in Exile (Disc' AZ International 1980) —in a cool, dread Bunny Wailer-style

10:28pm

Asante Amen “Rough a Yard”
from Healthy Lifestyle (High Priest)

10:31pm

PROTOJE “Reggae Revival (feat. Romain Virgo)”
from The 8 Year Affair (Don Corleon Records 2013) —"This is the reggae rebirth"

10:35pm

Jimmy Cliff “Struggling Man” (Mango/Island 1974)


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