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International Observer | Touched

Happy new year

Dubcast #60 – endless dub


Klovn – Chapter One (Klovn Mix)
Yabby You – Upsetter Mix – Rally Dub
Vivian Jackson & The Defenders – Love Thy Neighbour
king tubby – coxsone down beat
Winston Edwards & Blackbeard – Who Made The Prime Ministers Honour List Of 1975
Pecker – Mystical Electro Harakiri
Leo james – daydream in dub
biodub – familiar warmth
Creation Rebel – Space Movement Section 1
Linval Thompson – Dreader Than Dread
Revolutionaries – Africa Love Dub
Big Joe – Smoke Marijuana
Hemisphere Dub feat. Eder-B РM̩morie De Racines
Krill Minima – Mamor (dub)
Axs – Evergreen secrets
Gas – Narkopop 6
Five minutes alone – Rivers In Bloom

John Peel Day dub memories

one of our long time favorites


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John Peel had a profound love of reggae and was one of the foremost promoters of black music throughout the majority of his Radio 1 career, despite erroneous claims to the contrary by Julie Burchill [1] among others. Many discovered Bob Marley, Culture, Misty, Steel Pulse, Dr Alimantado, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Scientist, and The Mad Professor through John, not forgetting Linton Kwesi Johnson, Benjamin Zephaniah, the late Michael Smith and so many more. Peel played some of his favourite reggae tunes when co-hosting with Ranking Miss P in 1986 on the one-off BBC Radio One show Caribbean Celebration. In 2002, Ranking Miss P narrated the BBC TV documentary series Reggae: The Story Of Jamaican Music, which on the first episode featured Peel talking about the BBC’s initial reluctance in playing reggae music and the controversial lyrics of Max Romeo’s Wet Dream song.

Cyprus Dub Community Radio

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