Playing tracks by
Big Youth, Junior Delgado, Deb Players, Albert Malawi, Brigadier Jerry and more.
This show was 14th in the global reggae dancehall chart, 20th in the global roots reggae chart, 22nd in the global vinyl only chart, 42nd in the global dub chart and 77th in the global reggae chart.
"Here comes another brand new musical disc called Rockers!" A few days ago I introduced a for me new way of recording a mix: spin tunes and record it live, straight from the line-out of my mixing panel. The first trial set was with some modern roots tunes. Enjoyed it and liked the response of listeners, so wanted to try a next, more serious thing to accompany that one: a one hour set of 70s roots 45s. Picked a heavy selection and gave it a try and this is it! Heavy and wild. Most interesting challenge was the playing of the A and B side of the same 45 and in the transition (flipping the 45) play a soundsample from a next 45. Mostly worked out quite well I think, for a first attempt, so I at least am satisfied and like to share with you. Above all, the music, it's wicked and it's ROOTS!
Play, like, share! Make the people hear the roots!