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Episode 8- Ashy Blak Dub
November 05, 2011 02:40 PM PDT
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Great another dub mix says the masses ( all 8 of you out there!) But don't fret, coming down the pipeline in the near future will be a host of other musical mixes that will cover the gambit. So stay tuned and look for links to other podomatic pages where you can find the workings of Caldwell and Kris P.

As for this massive dub set, you not only get the origins of Madlib's "Blunted in the Bomb Shelter" album but some rare fusion dub between some Chicago electronic steppers and hard roots musicians.

All that said, this coming to your head, so dread not, get hot and let the reggae music make you dance for all you got.

1. Marijuana- Sly and the Revolutionaries with Jah Thomas
2. Fancy Up a Dub- King Tubby
3. Herb - Sly and the Revolutionaries with Jah Thomas
4. King Zion Dub- King Tubby
5. Collie- Sly and the Revolutionaries with Jah Thomas
6. Super Star Dub- King Tubby
7. Lamsbread- Sly and the Revolutionaries with Jah Thomas
8. Graceful Dub- King Tubby
9. Dub Power- Mad Professor
10. L.S.D. - Sly and the Revolutionaries with Jah Thomas
11. Days I Can't Forget- Half-Pint (Sly and Robbie)
12. Black Ash- Sly and the Revolutionaries with Jah Thomas
13. Tell me- Half Pint (Sly and Robbie)
14. Acapulco Gold- Sly and the Revolutionaries with Jah Thomas
15. Winsome- Half-Pint
16. Dub Power- Mad Professor
17. Heart Full or Soul (Dance Version)- Alan Blood
18. Freedom Chant - Mad Professor
19. Ankoko- Mad Professor
20. Shattered Dreams (version) - Alan Blood

As well for all you listeners out there (family, friends and unknown homies) please spread the word, listen and download frequently, and tell anybody on your social network sites where to find well known cuts!!

*Note I will be taking down some older podcasts, to make way for new and explosive mixes. Make sure to download all the old versions before they become space dust!

**Double note: Check out a new dub vendor on the scene who puts out other great reggae for no cost to the listener. Complete with track listing, the Dub Nomad come correctly left. You can find him at http:\\www.dubnomad.podomatic.com

Episode 8- Ska be Doo be Dub
October 25, 2011 09:02 AM PDT
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Welcome back, slackers and occupiers of music land. I have compiled another strange odyssey of dub and classic reggae hits that will motivate you to step up, step out and get movin' with whatever your quarrels or troubles. So as always, prepare yourself for some eclectic cuts that will make your booty strut, no matter where your at, find a place to dance and get the good feeling running through your pants.

1. Beyond the Realms of Dub - Mad Professor
2. Dont Let It Fade Away - Half Pint
3. Everyone's Dubbing - Niney the Observer
4. Babylon Release the Chain - Half Pint
5. King Tubby Dub - Lee Perry
6. Blood, Sweat and Dunza - King Tubby
7. Elastic Plastic - Mad Professor
8. King, Queen and Minstrel Dub - King Tubby
9. General Amin - Inner Circle and Fatman Riddim Section
10. In a Different Fashion Dub - Fatman Riddim Section
11. Careless Dub - Fatman Riddim Section
12. Easy Dread and Check This Dub - King Tubby
13. Copper Bullet - Fatman Riddim Section
14. Danger Zone - Ken Boothe
15. My Brother - George Nooks
16. Live Good - Ken Boothe
17. Your Love is Amazing - George Nooks
18. Dark End of the Street - Ken Parker
19. Lonley Teardrops - Ken Boothe

As well for all you listeners out there (family, friends and unknown homies) please spread the word, listen and download frequently, and tell anybody on your social network sites where to find well known cuts!!

*Note I will be taking down some older podcasts, to make way for new and explosive mixes. Make sure to download all the old versions before they become space dust!

Episode 7 - Dub Gone Weird
October 08, 2011 08:54 AM PDT
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The time has come for some more weirdness and the best way to push the cosmic bubble of sound is to come with heavy and crucial dub hits. These are the jams that will make the wolf man howl, Frankenstein due the funk'en dunk and Dracula crawl into the sweet sunshine. No more discussion, just the percussion, so be ready to feel the base as you take on some of this weird taste.

1. to JUDGE - Taxi Gang
2. Flames of the dragon - Lee Perry
3. Idlers Rest - African Dub Joe Gibbs
4. Agony Dub -Sly and Danny
5. Loud Mouth Rock - King Tubby and Roots Radics
6. Headline - Sledge Hammer Dub Niney the Observer
7. Army Dub - Lee Perry
8. Page One - King Tubby
9. Heavy Duty Dub - African Dub JOe Gibbs
10. Couchie Dub - Niney and Friends '74-76
11. Earthquake Shake - King Tubby and Roots Radics
12. In a Different Fashion - Fat Man Riddim Section
13. Sufferer Dub - Africa Free by '83 Augustus Pablo
14. Roots Land - Dub Me Crazy Mad Professor
15. Tam Tam - Slum Isaacs and Jammy
16. Ghetto Pace - Dub Me Crazy Mad Professor
17. Bits and Pieces Version - Computer Paul
18. Fake - Taxi Gang
19. Version - Taxi Gang

As well for all you listeners out there (family, friends and unknown homies) please spread the word, listen and download frequently, and tell anybody on your social network sites where to find well known cuts!!

Episode 5- Poor Man Offering
September 17, 2011 10:55 AM PDT
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Hard to follow last episodes heavy dub connection, so this will be a poor man's offering. Coming to you with some early reggae cuts, some well known grooves and always making sure you know about the Black man's struggles, these tunes will give you lesson that you got to learn. If your feeling down and out, then get up and give the playlist a shout, without a doubt it will make you groove and slide, some come along and take a ride.

1. Get Ready - Gregory Isaacs (Shananchie)
2. If you should lose me - Johnny Clarke (Striker Lee)
3. Old Fashioned Way - Ken Boothe (Inbidimts)
4. Since you been gone - Little Boy Blue (Lee's)
5. Your are no good - Ken Boothe (Striker Lee)
6. Some like it hot - Dennis Brown (Pioneer)
7. Black Roses - Barrington Levy (Hitbound)
8. Ketch a Vampire - Devon Irons (Orchid)
9. Soon Forward - Gregory Isaacs
10. Dont Cut off your Dreadlocks - Linval Thompson (Jackpot)
11. Underground Vegetable - Schorcher and H. Hinds (Bongo Man)
12. Pirate - The Ethiopians (Duke Reid)
13. Freedom - Horace Andy (Stars)
14. Jockey Skank - M. Wellington (Music Fair)
15. Black Man Time - I. Roy (Gussie)

As well for all you listeners out there (family, friends and unknown homies) please spread the word, listen and download frequently, and tell anybody on your social network sites where to find well known cuts!!

Episode 4 - Good Seed Stepping Dub
September 10, 2011 07:06 AM PDT
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Hello again to anybody out there listening and reading these words. If you are, you have stumbled upon a glorious treasure chest of dub nuggets from King Tubby, Lee Perry and a host of other pirates of the sound system. These are the choicest gems from my recent lot of finds and I hope you sit back, find the chalice and light the torch, and get ready for an hour of crucial dub hits.

1. Easy Dub - King Tubby (Clocktower)
2. Jucky Skank - The Upsetters (Pressure Sounds)
3. Stake Dub - King Tubby (Clocktower)
4. Chim Cherie - The Upsetters (Pressure Sounds)
5. Money Dub - Sly and Robbie (Blue Mountain)
6. Togetherness Rock - Fatman Riddim Section (Top Ranking)
7. Psalms of Dub - King Tubby (Black and White)
8. Weeping Lotion - Niney and Observer All Stars (Observer)
9. Satta Riddim - Bunny Lee (Jackpot)
10. Clash of Steel - King Tubby (Black and White)
11. Up town Skank - Skin-Flesh and Bones (Giant)
11 Roots Train Number Two- Junior Murvin and the Upsetters (Pressure Sounds)
12. Officer - Half Pint (Hightone)
13. Dreams Dub - King Tubby ( Clocktower)
14. Stalag Version - Winston Riley (Techniques)
15. Freedom Fighter - Half Pint (Hightone)
16. Lama Lava Mix One - Augustus Pablo and the Upsetters (Pressure Sounds)
17. Tenament Dub Version - Jacob Miller and Fat Man Riddim Section (Arab)
18. Hot and Cold Version 1- Augustus Pablo and the Upsetters (Trojan)

As well for all you listeners out there (family, friends and unknown homies) please spread the word, listen and download frequently, and tell anybody on your social network sites where to find well known cuts!!

Episode 3- Boogie Pop
September 03, 2011 06:10 PM PDT
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Whats that you say? A Boogie Pop Mix, but thats unheard of considering the two rootsy podcasts that have come before this one. Au contraire mon freres and homies out there. This podcast has been put together by Krzypy P and all the jams come from his collection, so respect wherever you are in digital dance limbo.

Without out further hesitation, here be the boogie jams that make you have a revelation.

1. Lost In Music - Sister Sledge
2. I Love Music - Montana
3. Movin' - The Funky Carburetors
4. Eye Of The Tiger - Nighthawk
5. Light Up the Night - Brothers Johnson
6. B Project - Pink Project
7. Killer Moon - Timothy Marrow
8. Get On the Floor - Micheal Jackson
9. Sexy sassy - Bobby Nunn
10. Action - Gene Van Buren
11. You're The One For Me - D-Train
12. Call me - Skyline
13. The Look Of Love - ABC
14. Get Down - Ray Parker jr.
15. Rock Steady - The Whispers
16. I'll Be Good - Rene' and Angela

As well for all you listeners out there (family, friends and unknown homies) please spread the word, listen and download frequently, and tell anybody on your social network sites where to find well known cuts!!

Episode 2- Healing Pressure Sounds
August 26, 2011 03:32 AM PDT
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Welcome back to another round of deep roots reggae with a sprinkling of rocksteady thrown in for good measure. This week's tunes come from another set of 45's that I just picked and wanted to provide to anybody that wants to listen. Tunes to perk up your ears to are Earl Cunnighams "Never Give Up", the classic "People Funny Boy" that started Lee Perry's official production career on the Upset label, Carl Patterson (of Carl and the Shoes) "Pressure and Slide," and to finish the special, "Black on Black" by the Cool Ruler himself, Gregory Isaaccs( I guess at this point in his career, two c's was sufficient). Listen to the bass and rhythm, and let your eardrums make the final decision.

1. People Funny Boy - Lee King Perry (Upset)
2. Help Me make It Through the Night - Ken Parker (Duke Reid)
3. Have You Ever Been in Love - The Paragons (Studio 1)
4. Never Give Up - Earl Cunningham (Freedom Sounds)
5. Rob and Gone - Barrington Levy (Thompson Sound)
6. Torturing dub - African brothers (Black Roots)
7. Bam Bam, Stalag version - Winston Riley (vpd records)
8. This is a butter - Dennis Al Capone (Sunshot)
9. Healing Stream- Dillinger (Black and White)
10. Pressure and Slide - Carl Patterson (Black and White)
11. Dreadlocks man - Barrington Levy (Thompson sound)
12. Wa daa da - Burning spears (Klassik VYnil)
13. Babylon world - Lacksley Castell (Rocker)
14. A place Called africa -Junior Byles (Orchid)
15. Lead us dub - African Brothers (Black roots)
16. Rolling Stones - Errol Dunkley (Moodie music)
17. Black cinderella - Errol Dunkley (fe-me-time)
18. Black on Black - Gregory Isaaccs (Shark)

As well for all you listeners out there (family, friends and unknown homies) please spread the word, listen and download frequently, and tell anybody on your social network sits where to find well known cuts!!

Episode 1- Roots Jam Down Pon da Nation
August 19, 2011 08:59 PM PDT
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Welcome to the first episode of what I hope to be a long running excursion through some well known and unknown cuts. I will be bringing you a wide variety of music, but each episode will have a general genre that I stick to.
So I thought a good way to kick off this podcast was to bring you a series of reggae singles I just picked up that have a special place in my rootsy soul. The three favorites of mine from this selection are Demonstration by the main man himself, Junior Byles; Freedom Train by King Everett (catchy hook) and the wickedest tune of the bunch, Kentucky Skank by Lee "Scratch" Perry. What a tune. Without further proclamation, I bring you Roots Jam Down Pon da Nation.

1. Money in your pocket - Dennis Brown(Gibbs)
2. Sunny Dub- King Tubby (Black and White)
3. Demonstration - Junior Byles (Upsetter)
4. Magnus in the Morning - The Reggae Dub Crusaders (The Thing)
5. Belly Full - Barry Brown (Thompson Sound)
6. Poverty - Micheal Prophet (Freedom Sounds)
7. Roots Man Skanking - Freddie McGreggor (Thompson Sound)
8. Strang Mood - Phill Pratt Allstars (Sunshot)
9. Give Praises - Max Romeo (Blood and Fire)
10. Public Enemy number one - Max Romeo (Upsetter)
11. Giddy up - Micheal Prophet (Firehouse)
12. Freedom line - King Everett (Nigger Kojak)
13. Doctor man Skank - King Tubby (black and white)
14. Satisfaction feeling - Dennis Brown and the heptones all stars(l.b.e.prod.)
15. Walking - Burning Spears(clocktower)
16. Kentucky Skank - Lee Scratch Perry(mojo)