lunes, 17 de noviembre de 2014

Radio show originally broadcast in Kingston from RJR in 1969, following the death of Don Drummond. Produced by Dermott Hussey, with contributions from Coxone Dodd, Prince Buster, Tommy McCook and others who knew Don, reminiscing about him while playing his music.

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Programa de radio transmitido originalmente en Kingston del RJR en 1969
Tras la muerte de Don Drummond . Producido por Dermott Hussey ,
con contribuciones de Coxone Dodd , Prince Buster , Tommy McCook 
y otras personas que conocieron a Don , 
recordando él mientras tocando su Musica  
música.
 
 
 
 

Posted on lunes, noviembre 17, 2014 by Freeskafoundation

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Hora del Rudeboy # 67
Estamos a 7 semanas para finalizar el año 2014 con ello nosotros ya estamos acomodando los mejores títulos de este mismo año disfrutando las delicias del buen Ska Jamaicano ,Ska Jazz ,Rocksteady ,Reggae & Ska Punk .

Gran diversidad que tuvimos en aquella ocasión los invitamos también a disfrutarlo en Vivo todos los martes  10:00 P.M

Solo por la 2tone Room Radio la casa de ustedes.

Track List :
Bobby Gaynair,Rico Rodriguez & Dizzy Moore Richard Ace - Blockade
Clue J & His Bluesblasters -Unknown
Lord Creator -Evening News
Train's Tone -Intergreen
Skavoovie & Etipones - Forster's Gold
Vallanzaska -Micksteady Cheope
Mampy - Another Monk
Santiago Downbeat Orquestra - Dragon
NYSJE-Groovin Steady
Miserable Man - Ska All Over The World
Miserable Man - Mr. Chatterbox
The Upsessions - Dirty Cash
Bruce Lee Band - Mr Robinson
Bruce Lee Band - The Constant
Bruce Lee Band - What Do You Got
Radcid - Evils My Friend
Radcid - Everybody Sufferin
Prince Fatty Meets Nostalgia 77 ft Dennis Alcapone  - Seven Nation Army Dub
Mungus Hi Fi - Can't Stand It ft Warrios Queen
Ska Wakers - Fire Bomb
Ska Wakers - Wake up Again
Ska Wakers -  Walking to You
Ska Four Ensamble - Agua Montana
The Rhinocero Smiles - Coltish Light
Cool Wise Man - 7 Bonnou or
Los Rudos - One Shot
Big Mistake - Upground

Subcribete en el Sitio Oficial de Hora del Rudeboy

HORA DEL RUDEBOY MIXCLOUD 



Posted on lunes, noviembre 17, 2014 by Freeskafoundation

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domingo, 16 de noviembre de 2014


We are now getting close to our fans by including a monthly
survey were you cant vote & decide
What !Jamaican Music genre- would you  like to be post for 
the next time. 
Heres how you cant vote .
Just click were it says : Vote Now 
  VOTE NOW  


 Then Click Once of any of these 3 choises we have . 
 1.Jamaican Ska 60s – Rocksteady – Early Reggae 
 2.DUB – ROOTS REGGAE 
 3. World Ska – 2tone – Third Wave Ska 
 
 Participen: Nos encantaría saber de tus gustos musicales
 entorno a la música jamaicana & derivados.  
Realizamos una pequeña encuesta para la siguiente ronda de 
títulos solo tenemos 3 opciones a elegir.  
Entre más votos tenga una de estas opciones  será el ganador .
Solo dale Click y vota  
 VOTA AHORA  
 
Any suggestions cant be e-mail on - 
Cualquier sugerencia puedes escribirnos a
 
 freeskafoundation@gmail.com



 
 

Posted on domingo, noviembre 16, 2014 by Monkey SKA

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Dub mastermind King Tubby was one of the foremost pioneers of reggae production, revolutionizing the genre with his inventive use of negative space and the manipulation of the recording studio as an instrument in countless classic productions.
Hometown Hi-Fi Dubplate Specials 1975-1979 captures Tubby at the apex of his brilliance. Working with noted producer Prince Jammy, Tubby delivers some of the strongest and most innovative dub remixes from the genre's most fruitful era, including the sunny reverb chamber rattles of "Channel One Under Heavy Manners" or the dark and bass-driven "Higher Ranking."
King Tubby es el Autor intelectual del Dub
fue uno de los pioneros más importantes de la producción de reggae, revolucionando el género
con su uso inventivo de espacio negativo y la manipulación de  estudios de grabación
como un instrumento  en un sinnúmero de producciones clásicas .

Hometown Hi-Fi Dubplate Especiales 1975-1979 capta Tubby en el ápice
de su brillantez . Trabajando con el productor, Príncipe Jammy ,
Tubby distribuye algunas de las remezclas dub más fuertes y más innovadoras de época más fructífera del género ,
 incluidos Sunny Reberb Chamber además en la cámara de reverberación de "Channel One Under Heavy Manners "
o The Dark & Bass-Driven, Highter Ranking.
Tracklist
1    Dub Of Rights  
2    Higher Ranking   
3    A Stalawatt Version   
4    King Tubby's In Fine Style   
5    African Sounds  
6    Channel One Under Heavy Manners   
7    Channel Get Knockout   
8    The Champion Version   
9    Stealing Version   
10    Satta Dread Dub    
11    Crazy Dub    
12    Dreada Version   
13    No Love Version   
14    Hold Them In Dub   
15    Step It Up In Dub   
16    Dub With A View   
17    Dub To The Rescue   
18    A Rougher Version   

DDL
 



 

Posted on domingo, noviembre 16, 2014 by Monkey SKA

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Eccentric stuff, this. On their excellent Studio One Soul compilation, the Soul Jazz label provided an engrossing history of how American R&B informed reggae, destroying the assumption that Jamaican music evolved in some kind of splendid isolation. Now, Hustle takes that story to the next level, by uncovering the frequently weird impact disco had on reggae.
For most of this engaging album, the focus shifts from 1970s Jamaica to 1980s London, where the Lover's Rock school of gentle reggae seemed more open to absorbing Studio 54 glitz and recycling it at a languorous pace. Hence Carol Cool makes a far better hash of "Upside Down" than Diana Ross ever did, attacking it with an endearingly tinny horn section and blipping electro effects that could've been provided by a primitive video game.
True, the quality of this music hardly measures up to the Studio One productions that dominate Soul Jazz's compilations. But it's still endlessly fascinating, for here's proof that some reggae was in thrall to the tackiest American music at a time when so many punks were mythologising its supposed rootsiness. This is a magically impure music that complicates tidy cultural stereotypes. And, on Xanadu & Sweet Lady's glorious version of "Rapper's Delight" (one of the few Jamaican tracks here), it points the way to the marvellous ragga/hip-hop hybrids so prevalent in Kingston right now. 

 Track List
1. Ring My Bell - Blood Sisters - Blood Sisters
2. Don't Stop Till You Get Enough - Trinity - Trinity
3. I'm Every Woman - Latisha - Latisha
4. Don't Let It Go to Your Head - Black Harmony - Black Harmony
5. Reggae Beat Goes On - Family Choice - Family Choice
6. Rapper's Delight - Xanadu And Sweet Lady - Xanadu And Sweet Lady
7. Upside Down - Carol Cool - Carol Cool
8. Be Thankful for What You've Got - One Blood - One Blood 

DDL 

 



Posted on domingo, noviembre 16, 2014 by Monkey SKA

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