Wednesday, February 11th, 200910pm-12am
CKUT, 90.3FM, Montreal!
Here is our latest batch - our Black History Month special on the show!
Wedevoted the two hours of this week's show to look at the key stylistic
moments in Jamaican popular music, spending a half hour each on ska,
rocksteady, reggae, and dub.
Also, there's a new RSS feed here at Music is our Occupation blog,
where you can download our shows directly ever week, plus stay abreast of
all the developments in ska and reggae music. Don't hesitate! Check it out
Tune in next week on the show for an interview with Stepper. They have a
new album out, and we'll be reviewing it and chatting with the band.
Until next week,
Stay rude, stay rebel,
Playlist - February 11th, 2009
To podcast or download the show visit here.
Prince Buster - Oh Carolina
The Skatalites - Ball of fire
The Skatalites - Fidel Castro
Derrick Morgan - Forward march
Jimmy Cliff - Miss Jamaica
Millie Small - My boy lollipop
BB Seaton - Power
Lord Tanamo - I'm in the mood for ska
Justin Hinds and the Dominoes - The higher the monkey climb
Rico Rodriguez - Oh Carolina
Alton Ellis - Rocksteady
Ken Parker - A change is gonna come
Slim Smith - Rougher yet
The Uniques - People rocksteady
Pauline Morgan and the Lovelets - Stop the wedding
Phyllis Dillon - Don't stay away
Derrick Morgan - Conquering ruler
Toots and the Maytals - Pressure drop
Marcia Griffiths - The first time I ever saw your face
Susan Cadogan - In the ghetto
John Holt - Reggae from the ghetto
Johnny Clarke - Crazy baldheads
Twinkle Brothers - Get behind me Satan
Peter Tosh - Arise black man
Greyhound - Black and white
Bob Marley and the Wailers - Lively up yourself
Count Matchukie and the Destroyers - Movements (the Joe Gibbs way)
I. Roy - Hot stuff
Michigan and Smiley - Rub a dub style
Prince Francis - Rock fort shock
King Tubby and the Roots Radics - King Tubby's explosion dub
King Tubby - Dub magnificent
U Roy - Dynamic fashion way
King Tubby - Roots of dub
Augustus Pablo - Kid ralph version
The Clash - Bank robber
"Roots Rock Rebel"
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