Playing tracks by
Paul Elliot, Glen Washington, Al Campbell, Mighty Diamonds, Nyah and more.
This show was 2nd in the global vinyl only chart, 3rd in the global roots reggae chart and 19th in the global reggae chart.
Coming with big UK 90s Roots classics this week, showcasing labels like Ruff Cutt, Stingray, World enterprise and Saxon-bag full of Roots killers, all 7s. Kicking off with the murderous White Squall riddim outta Ruff Cutt camp, with killers from Glen Washington, AL Campbell and Mighty Diamonds…and an odd-ball from Paul Eliot on a re-make of the riddim but with different bass line… deeper and more analog… total killer. Then a run of World Movements 7” with Roger Robin (under his alias Nyah) shining with his Garnett style voice, and the killer Great pretender riddim with Luci and Mikey General smashing it. Then the Lava riddim outta Stingray camp which I can never help myself running in combo with the Maroons riddim- killer cuts from Bushman, Freddie McGregor and Glen W. Finishing off with the Jah live on riddim on both Saxon and Ruff Cutt (slightly later releases) 7s with big UK singers like Lloyd Brown and Roger Robin but also JA stars who scored big on this riddim: Beres and Jr Kelly.