Roots Kommunikations

Roots Kommunikations – March 16, 2013 at 2:00am

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Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
ROOTS KOMMUNIKATIONS INTRO
MIX W/ T'BOLI MUSICIANS
NINA SIMONE
I WISH I KNEW WHAT IT FELT LIKE TO BE FREE
JUDY MOWATT & THE GAYTONES
I SHALL SING
PHYLLIS DILLON
PICTURE ON THE WALL
BLACK UHURU
SOLIDARITY
12"
STEVIE WONDER
HEAVEN HELP US ALL
LUCIANO
HEAVEN HELP US ALL
LUCIANO
FRIEND IN NEED
JUNIOR KILAT FT. BUDOY
BUDOY AKO
WAWAY LINSAHAY SAWAY
ISA DALAWA
WAWAY SAWAY
INSTRUMENTAL
PAULA FUGA & ZIGGY MARLEY
HIGH TIDE OR LOW TIDE
LEROY SIMMONDS
I'VE GOT TO KNOW
ARIWA
CORNELL CAMPBELL
MY CONVERSATION
MIGHTY DIAMONDS
PRETTY WOMAN
SANCHEZ
BROWN-EYED GIRL
QUEEN IFRICA
BURN SOME HERB WITH ME
DENNIS BROWN
QUEEN MAJESTY
BITTY MCLEAN
I'VE GOT LOVE
THE WAILERS
THERE SHE GOES
DAWN PENN
NO NO NO DUB
BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS IN DUB
WAITING IN DUB
BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS
WAITING IN VAIN REMIX
ASWAD
MIX
BERES HAMMOND
COME BACK HOME
SISTA XTINA REVIEW OF "SEEKING ASIAN FEMALE"
PTAH ASAR REVIEW OF "XMAS NO CHINA" & "MOSUO SISTERS"
SOUL II SOUL
MISSING YOU
PREVIOUS TRACK: THE WAILERS
CONCRETE JUNGLE DUB
ASWAD
MIX LIVE~IKATION 2
AUDIOPHARMACY
SOULJAH OUT DEH
BLACK UHURU
HAPPINESS
MICHAEL ROSE
HAPPINESS
MIDNITE
BUSH MAN
EVERTON BLENDER
WHY DO WE REALLY HAVE TO WAR?
BENJAMIN ZEPHANIAH & THE HAZARDOUS DUB COMPANY
PALESTINE
BACK TO ROOTS
ACID JAZZ ROOTS
PROTOJE
KINGSTON BE WISE
BIM SHERMAN
BRING ON THE NIGHT
BOB ANDY
DESPERATE LOVER
HORTENSE ELLIS
SECRETLY
ALPHEUS
I WISH YOU WERE MINE
DENNIS BROWN
FORGET ME NOT
PARAGONS
TIDE IS HIGH
ERNEST WILSON
UNDYING LOVE
DENNIS BROWN
COMING HOME TONIGHT
GLEN WASHINGTON FT. FIONA
RIGHT FROM THE START
DON CAMPBELL
TIRED OF BEING ALONE
THE NATURALITES
LATELY
MARVELLOUS
DENNIS BROWN
MAKE IT WITH YOU
WAILERS
AND I LOVE HER/WAGES OF LOVE
THE JAMAICANS
HOW CAN I UNLOVE YOU?
EASY STAR ALLSTARS ft JOWIL & RUFF SCOTT
WANNA BE STARTIN' SOMETHIN'
EASY STAR'S THRILLAH

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