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Soul Stereo - This Is Reggae Soul 4



Soul Stereo This Is Reggae Soul 4
Soul Stereo - This Is Reggae Soul 4
(MP3 Podcast on ParisDJs.com) Soul Stereo/T.I.M.E.C., 2009-09-30

Fatta is the main man from the Soul Stereo Soundsystem, the number one sound in France. He's the one who introduced us to The Lone Ranger and Carlton Livingston, whose albums are gonna happen any time soon on the T.I.M.E.C. label. He's the one bringing some heavy selection of rare Jamaican 45s to the studio for Grant Phabao to operate on. This is his 4th mix in the Reggae Soul series. The previous volumes have all been downloaded more than 10.000 times. Why? Because there's just no other reggae podcast anywhere with such quality on the sound and on the diggin' at the same time.
Original reggae-wise, Fatta & Phabao rule!

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Tracklisting :
01. Lloyd Williams - Reggae Feet
(from 7 inch, other side 'Dennis Alcapone - Nanny Version', 196? / Supreme Records)
02. Jackie Edwards - Oh Mary
(from 7 inch, other side 'Think Twice', 1966 Island Records)
03. Marcia Griffiths - You're No Good
(from 7 inch, other side 'Roy Richards - Green Callie' / Coxsone Records)
04. Derrick Harriott - Unknown Instrumental
(from 7 inch, other side 'Keith and Tex - Stop That Train')
05. Sprong And The Nyah Shuffle - Moon Walk
(from 7 inch, other side 'Think', 1969 / Grape)
06. Pat Kelly - I'm A Man Of My Word
(from 7 inch, other side unknown / Techniques)
07. Hortense Ellis - Foolish
(from 7 inch, other side unknown / Clancy's)
08. Unknown - Unknown
(from 7 inch / The Thing)
09. Lloyd Parks - Money For Jam
(from 7 inch, other side 'Version', Parks)
10. Solid Foundation - Solid Funk
(from 7 inch, other side 'Rhythm' Sir Derricks)
11. Solid Foundation - Solid Funk
(from 7 inch, other side 'Rhythm' Sir Derricks)
12. Rough Riders - Dub It Any Way You Want
(from 7 inch, other side 'Dub' Flame Records)

Note : all tracks extracted from original 45s.

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Credits :
Selected by Fatta (Soul Stereo Sound System)
Artwork by Fourmy
Operator and audio mastering : Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com/T.I.M.E.C.)

Previous volumes of This Is Reggae Soul :
This Is Reggae SoulThis Is Reggae Soul 2This Is Reggae Soul 3
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