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Episode #128

Roots Reggae Podcast

Featuring –

  1. Dr. Alimantado & Jah Stitch / The Barber Feel It
  2. Prince Francis / Rock Fort Shock
  3. Alton Ellis / It’s a Shame
  4. Cedric “Im” Brooks / Ethiopia
  5. The Actions / Giddy Up
  6. Alton Ellis feat. Noel “Scully” Simms / Oppression
  7. Dillinger / Babylon Fever
  8. Lloyd Forest / Where It’s At
  9. Angela Prince / No Bother With No Fuss
  10. The Upsetters / Zion’s Blood
  11. Errol Brown / Escape Affair
  12. The Ethiopians / Owe Me No Pay Me
  13. Prince Far I / Big Fight
  14. Peter Tosh & The Wailers / 400 Years
  15. Winston Rodney and The New Establishment / Creation Version
  16. Willi Williams and Brentford Rockers / Armagideon Version
  17. Don Carlos / Africa
  18. Errol Thompson & Matador / Third Dub
  19. King Tubby / Conference Version
  20. Leroy “Horsemouth” Wallace / Far Beyond
  21. I-Roy / Jamaican Colley – Dub

Guerrilla Dub System's Reggae Podcast

We thought it would be a good idea to share with you the music that inspired us to make our music - our podcast is called Roots Conversation and we hope to get it to as many stations as possible. We play old Roots Reggae music that has got us to where we are today - we want to share with you our passion and love for the music that we play.

Recorded in Creao Studio every week, we have a lot of fun making this. For the full back catalogue of Dub Reggae Radio Shows please click HERE. We have a Linktree HERE - it shows you the our contact points.

A Roots Reggae Podcast

We have a syndicated roots reggae podcast ready for broadcast on your Network or station, or to download. If you want to play this show on your station then please drop us a message at [email protected] The show is free for your station and we look forward to hearing from you.

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