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Spinitron - KDHX: Positive Vibrations Sat Jan 1st 2011

Positive Vibrations (Music)

Sat Jan 1st 2011 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


Wingless Angels “Inviting You” from Wingless Angels Vol. I & II (Mindless) —tonight and next week ... NYAHBINGHI MUSIC IN JAMAICA 1960-2010; a 4-hour special program produced by Michael Kuelker and livicated to the legacy of Prof. Barry Chevannes, author scholar & community-builder in JamaicaBuy it!


Jimmy Cliff “Bongo Man” SINGLE (Beverly's 7" 1971)Buy it!


Folkes Brother “Oh Carolina” from The Story of Jamaican Music (Island 1960) —first popular use of Rasta drumming in Jamaican music; featuring Count Ossie on burru percussion; produced by Prince BusterBuy it!


Bunny & Skitter “Lumumba” SINGLE (Worldisc 7" 1961)Buy it!


Count Ossie “Going Home to Zion Land” from Remembering Count Ossie (Moodisc 1961)Buy it!


Mystic Revelation of Rastafari “Narration” from Grounation (VP *)Buy it!


Mystic Revelation of Rastafari “Sam's Intro” from Tales of Mozambique (xx)Buy it!


Prince Roland Downer & Count Ossie “Ethiopian Kingdom” SINGLE (Doctorbird 7" 1968)Buy it!


Karl Bryan & Count Ossie “Black Up” from Studio One Scorcher (Soul Jazz 1968)Buy it!


Barry Chevannes “Reasoning: "Rastafari is the Memory of the Jamaican People"” SINGLE (unreleased audio recording 1999) —the late Prof Chevannes of the University of West Indies-Mona campus was speaking at a commemoration, in Mo Bay and organized by the Pitfour Nyahbinghi House, of the Coral Gardens Incident of 1963Buy it!


Prince Elijah Williams “Order of the Nyahbinghi” from Communication Drums (CaribSound 2003) —reasoning from the composer of Book of Memory: A Rastafari Testimony [425 pp., 2005]Buy it!


Queen Ifrica “TTPNC” from Welcome To Montego Bay (VP * 2009) —nyah song of Tribute to the Pitfour Nyahbinghi House in Mo BayBuy it!


Prince Tebah & the Sons of Thunder “Communication Drums” (CaribSound 2003)Buy it!


Bongo Herman “Thunderstorm” from Tree of Satta (Blood and Fire 1971) —on the immortal Satta Massagana riddimBuy it!


Keith Richards interview clip “on living in Steer Town in the early and mid-1970s” SINGLE (unreleased audio track 2010) —from an interview with Bill Murphy in NYC [June 2010]; courtesty of WinglessAngels.comBuy it!


Wingless Angels “On Mt Zion I” from Wingless Angels Vol. 1 & 2 (Mindless 2010) —Rasta drummers [plus Keith Richards] from Steer Town, JamaicaBuy it!


Wingless Angels “On the Morning Train” from Wingless Angels Vol. 1 & 2 (Mindless 2010)Buy it!


Bongo Herman “African Breakfast” SINGLE (Harry J 7" 1972)Buy it!


Cedric Brooks “Ethiopia” from Studio One: Roots (Soul Jazz 1972)Buy it!


Culture “Wipe Your Weeping Eyes” from Trod On (Heartbeat 1993) —mid-1970s recording with Count Ossie, who died in 1976Buy it!


Ras Michael “Fly Away” from Lion Country (ROOTS AND CULTURE 1999)Buy it!


Various Artists “Weeping and Wailing” from Churchical Chants of the Nyabinghi (Heartbeat 1982) —a binghi held in Trelawny parish in Jamaica as a counter-event to the state visit to Jamaica by President Ronald ReaganBuy it!


Lee Perry vs. King Tubby “African Roots” from In the Red Zone (Shanachie)Buy it!


Steel Pulse “Nyahbinghi Voyage” from Sound System (Island)Buy it!


Culture “See Them Dub” from Two Sevens Clash: The 30th Anniversary Edition (Shanachie Entertainment www.shanachie.com 1977)Buy it!


Joseph Hill “Nyahbinghi Tonight” from Joseph & Kenyatta Hill: Pass the Torch (TAfari 2007)Buy it!


Inner Circle w/ Luciano “One God One Aim One Destiny” from State of Da World (Shanachie 2009) —Part 2 of NYAHBINGHI MUSIC IN JAMAICA 1960-2010 will continue next week ... more nyah roots + nyah in the dancehallBuy it!

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