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Paris DJs Soundsystem presents Byron Lee & The Dragonaires



Byron Lee and The Dragonaires
Paris DJs Soundsystem presents Byron Lee & The Dragonaires
(MP3 Podcast on ParisDJs.com) T.I.M.E.C., 2008-08-12

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Tracklisting :
01. Frankenstein Ska
(from 'Trojan Creole Reggae Box Set' compilation, 2004 / Trojan)
02. Another Scorcher
(from 'Reggay' LP, 1969 / Dynamic Sounds)
03. A Fe We Music
(from 'Reggae International' LP, 1976 / Dynamic Sounds)
04. Black On
(from 'Reggae Round The World' LP, 1973 / Dragon)
05. Johnny Too Bad
(from 'Reggae Hot Shots, Vol. 1' compilation, 1995 / Jamaican Gold)
06. Hot Reggae
(from '200% Dynamite!' compilation, 1999 / Soul Jazz)
07. No Money, No Love
(from 'The Mighty Sparrow with Byron Lee & the Dragonaires - Only A Fool' LP, 1969 / Trojan)
08. 007 Shanty Town
(from 'Jamaica's Golden Hits Vol.3 - The Best Of Rock Steady & Reggae' compilation, 1992 / Jamaican Gold)
09. Easy Snappin
(from 'Jamaica's Golden Hits Vol.1 The Best Of Ska' compilation, 1992 / Jamaican Gold)
10. Carry Go Bring Come
(from 'Jamaica's Golden Hits Vol.2 The Best Of Ska Rock Steady' compilation, 1992 / Jamaican Gold)
11. Jamaikan Ska
(from 'Great Jamaica Ska' compilation, 1998 / Rhino)

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Links :
Official site : byronleemusic.com
Unofficial MySpace : myspace.com/unofficialbyronlee
A Byron Lee discography : roots-archives.com/artist/554
Wikidepia : english | french
Jamaican Gold discography : xs4all.nl/~tapirs/jmccd.htm

Credits :
Selected, mixed and designed by Grant Phabao and Djouls (T.I.M.E.C.)
Artwork borrowed from Byron Lee's 'Tighten Up' album
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nicebo nicebo ·  11 November 2008, 12:40

What a great set! Thanks for posting this so everyone can enjoy these awesome sounds from Byron Lee and his band. Nuff thanks.


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