June 16, 2010

If you’re like me, regular doses of roots reggae are a staple part of your musical diet and there’s no such thing as too many well blended mixes. Following Madlib’s excellent Son of Super Ape, producer/DJ Kalbata more than lives up to his predecessor delivering roots, dancehall and mad vibes. It’s lovingly recorded on a 16 track tape machine and thus 100% analogue to analogue and it’s guaranteed to beat any full length La Roux remix project you throw at it. Best appreciated…you know the rest.

Kalbata – Crucial Crucial Mix [Via Shimmy Shimmy]


Harry Belafonte – Love, Love Alone
Shinehead – Mama Used To Say
Little John – Brandy
Little John And Billy Boyo – Houseman Connection
Jah Thomas And Barrington Levy – Tribute To Moa Anebassa
Nigger Kojak And Liza – Black Skin, Blue Eye Girl
Captain Sinbad – Sinbad And The Eye Of The Tiger
Determination Band – Gal Dem Papa
O’niel Clarke – Kinfecut
Private Constable – Poor People Priority
General Doggie & Tenor Saw – Chill Out
Eccleton Jarett – Turn On The Heat
Horace Martin – Sting Me A Sting
Courtney Melody – Ninja Me Ninja
Little John – Man Tonic
Frankie Paul – Cassandra
Ninjaman – Murder Dem
Papa San – Big Me Bad
Beenie Man – Too Fancy
Billy Boyo -Billy Boyo In The Area
Yellowman – Lost Me Love
Conroy Smith – Dancehall Posse
Everton Chambers – Hold Yu Corner
Nitty Gritty – Run The World
Risto Benji – Don’t Pirate It
Nicodemus – The Plane Land
Papa Santress – Dance Inna Mount Zion
Early B – Imitator
Shorty Perry – Food Control
Little Twitch – Homoni Corn
Teddy Irie – We Rule The Border
Trinity – Jesus Dread

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