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24 2005 R&B You Don`t Love Me Dawn Penn 162.0 Bassest DUB Reggae 2006 Reggae Dub Under Me Sleng Teng Wayne Smith 162.7 Massive Jointz Reggae Big Up Shaggy 197.9 The Best Of Part 1 2002 Reggae some of my personal forgotten favs........
This was also the time period where artist started experimenting more (Beenie Man's 'Nuff Gal' and Buccaneer's 'Sketel Concerto' were two HUGE genre bending records of the 90s) I'll agree and say the production of today is not up to standard but there are still a few people out there producing solid riddims (Snowcone & Ward just to name two) Give me what by en young – buy lions prideby copper belly milk and honey by lizard happiness by bim Sherman ali baba jacky Edwards King tubby’s dub plate style by kings jammy jah is here by danny red roller skates by street pulse herbalist cali p roots and culture by mikey dread daba mekourejah ganja tree ft mahom dub Is anyone old enough to remember a song I recorded off a Reggae radio station in the early 80s? The beginning lyrics are: "Me one, I travel the land with me little butter pan, them don't understand". The lyrics goes something like "Why are you leaving, you said you will never leave me grieving". There was a song done either I believe in the 80s about a school teacher welcoming her students back to school after the summer holidays where she asks each of them what they did over the holidays. The lyrics go something like chorus: " which gyal liked, which gyal cool, who got the silver, who got the cool, tell me ah yuh, tell me ah yuuuuuh ooh Verse: "Never seen a body lookin like yuh......(forgotten lyrics)....everything you wear you know its brand new. If i can atleast find the riddim ill be able to find the track. Lol now if only i can figure out that other song ughhh lol its been stuck in my head for yearsss..the research/hunting never ends lol Please I have been looking for this song, though I do not know the artist or the track name but it's a cool ragga song. I know I didn't get the words correctly but I've heard this song for years and I still can barely understand or find it. They usually play it in dancehall clubs/ events for twerking competitions for a few seconds until they move on to the next girl. Im not sure who sings it but whoever the artist is reminds me of Lukie D for some reason, his voice. ive been looking for that Elephant Man song for sooo long!! I know I didn't get the words correctly but I've heard this song for years and I still can barely understand or find it. It sounds like they say "you have da peenie ponie peenie ponie pe". Please I have been looking for this song, either 91,92 song, though I do not know the male artist or the track name but it's a cool ragga song. I really hope anyone may know it..it's on the mix I've posted below and the track starts at 38.12.. I really hope anyone may know it..it's on the mix I've posted below and the track starts at 38.12.. All the song says is something "Ay yayayaya ay ya ay ya " and thats about all i can remember it says. mehda, musical mehda (please I am not sure I got the words correctly but the Mehda could be Murder, I can't really but that was the way I understood it then). Boom shaka tak - Born Jamericans (Reggea Version) 2. I WILL ADD: Dance Hall Rock - Barrington Levy and Cuty Ranks, listen to the bass at and acid acoustic mixes, i need to know about a dancehall reggae song, it sounds something about like this: MOney, Money, Money, Moneyyyyyy........ Can anyone help me out with the artist and maybe real title of this song? I've just joined this forum as I'm desperately trying to find a name of a certain track and I'm finding it hard to find... I've just joined this forum as I'm desperately trying to find a name of a certain track and I'm finding it hard to find... Ive been looking for 2 songs now for what feels like YEARSSS. The first one i thought sounds like Elephant Man, but im not sure. Please be kind to upload the instrumental of these tracks: 1. Looking for the Chinese Laundry #6 & 7 dancehall tapes/ mix. Theres a song on #7 that goes " All them a talk about gun dem dont know it like me, cause me a rude boy in na the country" anyone know the artist of title? Hopefully, one of you guys can remember the song, anyone? does anyone know the song with these lyrics and who sings it, it's from early 1990s??? I have been looking for this song that came out in the early 90s, I think titled "More" I don't know who the male Artist is. I did note the time as pm when they played a fantastic song. J say it was from a female artist no longer alive called SHIRLEY_____? I remember it going: "Feeling kinda horny boy, would you mind giving me the rammer I beg of you, Feeling kinda [fuckish?
I thought the singer was Gentleman but I have been searching all over with no results. I taped if from a Sunday radio reggae show that I always listened to.. It is a female singer, and my memory might be a bit foggy but it goes something like this. I was listening to a Reggae station in the area of Clifton, NJ and I didn't look at the name of the station. The only lyric that stands out is "I've got a fire burning in my soul." The song is really beautiful and sounds like the soulful female singers of the 60s. Looking for a song from somewhere between 19 by a female dancehall artist. Im thinking maybe some other artist took that part from the song, when Barrington sings "swingggg, woah" and added it one of their own songs? This mix will take you on a cruise around the carribean and keep you dancing the entire time.
MAJOR MACKEREL-MACKEREL IN A TIN (1988) STEREO MIX LABEL so what happen to this song by Nadine Sutherland- "Here Comes the Rain Again Falling on My head like a Memory falling like a new emotion, walk with me talk with me like lover do" classic if any one has it i need it Gracias so what happen to this song by Nadine Sutherland- "Here Comes the Rain Again Falling on My head like a Memory falling like a new emotion, walk with me talk with me like lover do" classic if any one has it i need it Gracias please tell me someone knows the name of these two songs... The lyrics goes something like "Why are you leaving, you said you will never leave me grieving". I also have a song, that I loved in the 90s but it could be from any time period before that. lyrics go something like this "Went to a session the other night met this girl she was out of sight, the girl she was a bubalo oh ho a champion bubalo" Somebody who is familiar with reggae songs from the 60's or 70's please help me. I checked Broader than Broadway, but thats definitely not the same beat i remember. I cant think of any other songs with a tribute to the great Barrington Levy. thanks again yall well here is the 2nd installation to my love for carribean music. There is a link in the description for you to DL it if you wish.
Some lyrics may be wrong but it went something like this "Went to a session the other night met this girl she was out of sight, the girl she was a bubalo oh ho a champion bubalo" Think there may be some sort of discussion from a teacher along the lines of "what did you do in you holidays" then goes back into song May possibly be confusing two songs here not sure RFD Can anyone help, I am trying to rebuild my 80`s collection after losing dozens of tapes (don`t ask) I am struggling for one tune,can anyone tell me where I can download Mackerel in a tin by Major Mackerel on the Stereo Mix label (1988), I have spent hours searching many sites in many different languages (some not from Earth), THANKS. Hopefully, one of you guys can remember the song, anyone? Hi guys, there is a song I have been obsessing over and cant place its name. I am looking for an reggae album from before 1990, I remember 2songs from that album, the lyrics were like: 1song "...children, children, children of Jah, children of rasta...", 2song: "..is the world I know, from some centuries ago, this is...". Police in helicopter Zig sire That one that goes (super woman lyrics) When I wake up in the morning. I have one to add: Frighty & Colonel Mite - Life (Is What You Make It) . Could any of you guys pls help with the title and/or artist ? lyrics go something like this "Went to a session the other night met this girl she was out of sight, the girl she was a bubalo oh ho a champion bubalo" Wicked thanks so much. Not sure about the word bubalo but that's what it sounded like.
I cannot remember any lyrics but I really liked it. (THAT BOY GONNA MAKE HIM MINE IF IT TAKES ALL NIGHT CAN YOU DIG IT CAN YOU DIG IT CAN YOU DIG IT...) I THOUGHT IT WAS BARBARA JONES BUT IT IS NOT HER. PLEASE if you know the artist, name of the track or better yet if its posted online would be grateful. Found this thread while try to find the below song and I see there are some people really into the great music of that era. Looking for the tile/artist of a song from around '88 - '91 which started off (I think) with the lyrics "lord O mercy, come follow me come follow me" and cut into a fast/heavy near jungle ragga back beat and the lyrics were used again in the middle of the track and possibly multiple times.
The song is like a reggae rap and almost every line of the song ends with the artist saying more. I'VE BEEN TRYING TO FIND THESE SONGS FOR 15 YRS NOW AND HAVENT GOTTEN ANYWHERE. 1) MAYBE FROM THE LATES 70's EARLY 80's THERE WAS A FEMALE REGGAE VERSION TO GROOVY SITUATION. HERE ARE THE LYRICS FROM WHAT I CAN REMEMBER: "WE WERE JUST HAPPY GO LUCKY. And the words I did get may be a bit off, it's what I could remember) "something about the way that you walk, you know you got me hypnotized Something about the way that you [something] You know [something something something something] I need your love Yes I need [something] [something something something] For your love I pray Every time you come my way I want to hug ya, squeeze ya, kiss ya, please ya Yeah yeah yeah [something something], oh with my love Something about the way that you [something] [somethong somethin, something] my body yeah yeah yeah yeah..." And then there is a piano bit that goes like: Da da da da da da da da daaa Daa. her love keeps me going her love..." i remember playing it on cassette early to mid 2000's. no estoy seguro si la canta Tiger (el mismo de when) pero no la consigo.. I remember listening to it around 1198-99 Would anyone have a clue or remember a remix to that song? It doesnt have any of the "with a dozen roses...." yada yada.
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