Playing tracks by
Dennis Al Capone, The Bassies, Count Machuki, Count Owen, His Calypsonians, The Deacons and more.
This show was 17th in the global ska chart and 93rd in the global reggae chart.
Welcome Bovine Ska and Rocksteady Listeners!
We are so glad that you enjoyed last week's spotlight on Rupie Edwards' Success Label. It was the #8 ska show on Mixcloud. This week we have an awesome show for you, beginning with four versions of Count Prince Miller's 1971 hit, "Mule Train." We start with two sets of early reggae before a boisterous mento set, and a long set of rare ska featuring one of our favorites, "La La Lover" by The Soulettes on Coxsone from 1966. The second hour begins our thirty minute tribute to Ken Khouri's Kentone Label. The Maytals, Eric "Monty" Morris, The Blues Busters...all cutting tunes for Kentone. Please share the show if you enjoyed it, and do join our group on Facebook. XO Generoso and Lily!
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