The Reggae Express

The Reggae Express – March 17, 2015

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Go with the flow reggae music mix. Traditionally the program begins with
the Bob Marley Roadblock, a live recording of Marley music because you know anywhere you went to see B.M. there was going to be a roadblock.

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
bob marley & the wailers
midnight ravers -concrete jungle
love the lion (live at the paris theatre, london 1973)
digital phono
willi williams & yabby you
home sweet home
unification: from channel one to king tubby's
shanachie
yabby you
black star liner
dread prophecy - the strange and wonderful story of yabby you
shanachie
yabby you
get lost babylon (12" mix)
dread prophecy
shanachie
king tubby's
fire dub
dread prophecy
shanachie
cleopatra williams w/yabby you
beyond the hills
dread prophecy
shanachie
susan cadogan
nice and easy
v/a: trojan reggae sisters box set
trojan
debra keese & the black five
travelling
v/a: trojan reggae sisters box set
trojan
marguerita
woman a come
v/a: trojan reggae sisters box set
trojan
stream
iyata
v/a: tek set vol. 1
solomonic
cynthia richards
ally i
v/a: trojan reggae sisters box set
trojan
revolutionaries
judah
burning dub
burning vibrations
phyllis dillion
rock steady
v/a: treasure isle showtime
heartbeat
phyllis dillion
the right track
v/a: trojan reggae sisters box set
trojan
gaylettes
take a chance (on me)
v/a: trojan reggae sisters box set
trojan
joya landis
moonlight lover
v/a: trojan reggae sisters box set
trojan
kofi (comment)
longshot kick the bucket
wishing well
ariwa
hortense ellis
1,2,3, look at mr. lee
7" d.d. soulking
d.d. soulking
tchiya amet
egyptian bluez/egyptian bluez instrumental
celestial folk music
milky way
dj dawn & the ranking queens
peace truce thing
v/a: studio one dancehall
soul jazz
j.c. lodge
don't think twice, it's all right
v/a: is it rolling bob? - a reggae tribute to bob dylan
ras
jennifer lara
hand to mouth
v/a: high time all-star explosion
alligator
reemah
better way
check your words
feel line

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