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6 thoughts on “ The First Cut - Various - Mash Up The Place! The Best Of Reggae Dancehall (CD)

  1. Tracklist: Disc 1: 1. Matthew & Son 2. Bring Another Bottle Baby 3. The First Cut Is The Deepest 4. A Bad Night 5. Kitty 6. Lady D'Arbanville 7. Pop Star 8. Father And Son 9. Wild World Miles From Nowhere Tea For The Tillerman Moonshadow Peace Train Morning Has Broken The Wind Ruby Love If I Laugh Can't Keep.
  2. Aug 25,  · So originally, it still is today, you no see it, a nice grow-up place, a nice place to live. Just wake up early in the morning, eat breakfast an’ have a morning walk. And of course, down in a Jamaica people do dem t’ing deh still, but in dem time we haffe sing carols in the morning, you no see it, as momma send you to church an’ dem t.
  3. One Love: The Very Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers is a compilation CD by Jamaican group Bob Marley & The Wailers. Despite the fact Legend has not stopped selling since it was released, Island Records continues to release the same old songs in a different way and this is a way of selling more of the same, but what a great same it is.
  4. Mash Up the Place is a collection of dancehall hits, covering a range from to The album begins with older-school DJ Major Worries, with his lazy style of speaking over a track from legendary King Jammy (then Prince Jammy). It then moves on to a piece, also with a backing from King Jammy of three dancehall greats, including a then unknown Shabba Ranks arguing over who a girl is in love with 9/
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  6. Review of CPR Panel Discussion by Sheron Hamilton-Pearson. Boys and Girls High School in Brooklyn was the setting on Wednesday May 5, for the continuing CPR* (Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music) forum discussions. The community was invited to participate in the first of a series of forums on the controversial topic “Who Mash Up Reggae?” with a focus on the responsibility of radio DJs.

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