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Generoso and Lily's Bovine Ska and Rocksteady: Keith Hudson's Inbidimts Label 4-12-16

Generoso and Lily's Bovine Ska and Rocksteady: Keith Hudson's Inbidimts Label 4-12-16

Playing tracks by

The Gaylads, Lord Creator, Roland Alphonso & Randy's Group, Count Lasher & George Moxey, Glen Brown and more.

Chart positions

This show was 9th in the global ska chart and 79th in the global reggae chart.

Hello Bovine Ska and Rocksteady Listeners,

We start off this week's Bovine Ska with two sets of gorgeous Jamaican ska beginning with Heaven Declare, a primo Maytals cut in honor of the news that Toots is touring again! After a bouncy mento set, we gave you a version to version packed early reggae set and then, midway through the program, you fans of the Keith Hudson should love our spotlight of his IMBIDIMTS LABEL! Sensational reggae from 1969-1972 featuring the voices of John Holt, Dennis Alcapone, URoy and many more!

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XO Generoso and Lily

Comments

Melody Winnig

Loved this set also... once MixCloud started to cooperate. Is there any chance you can mic Lily a little louder than you Gene? She has a sweet soft soft. When I do ska-yoga I really have to perk up my ears to hear her. And I don't want to miss the great info she has about the artists....

Tyler Mumford

Great set honoring that unpronounceable label!

Bovine Ska and Rocksteady

Thanks Ty :) Now, the following I could never make up...."First, Hudson was a newspaper salesman, and afterwards, he became a dental technician, specializing in fitting dentures, and from this work, he used his earnings to fund his first record label, Imbidimits, named for the patois word for dental embedments."