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Soul Stereo - This Is Reggae Soul 2



Soul Stereo This Is Reggae Soul 2
Soul Stereo - This Is Reggae Soul 2
(MP3 Podcast on ParisDJs.com) Soul Stereo/T.I.M.E.C., 2006-08-04

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Live dates :
Mardi 22 Août 2006 / Mardi 29 Août 2006 (Le Batofar, Paris)

Tracklisting :
01. Alton Ellis with Tommy McCook & the Supersonics - Try To Reach My Goal
(1966 / Treasure Isle)
02. Leroy Sibbles - Groove Me
(Coxsone Records cs-10028)
03. Leroy Sibbles - Express Yourself
(Coxsone Records cs-10024)
04. The Heptones - Message from a Black Man
(Coxsone Records)
05. The Boss - Great Muga Wuga
(1966 / Studio One)
06. ? - ? (J Mittoo?)
(unknown jamaican 45)
07. ? - ?
(b-side)
08. The Marvels - Rock Steady
(1971 / Pama Supreme)
09. I Roy - Thougher Than Though
(Crystal Records, produced by Derrick Harriott)
10. Richard Mc Donald - Love Your Fellowman
(Evol Corporation E001)
11. Richard Mc Donald - Version
(b-side)

Note : all tracks extracted from original Jamaican 45s.

Original covers :


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Info :
Selected by Fatta (Soul Stereo Sound System)
Operator : Grant Phabao (T.I.M.E.C.)
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benoit benoit ·  07 August 2006, 09:55

Yeah ! la boulette ! la sélection est brulante des Valeures Sures et des raretés (Richard Mc Donald, et la version hantée par le piano, quelle bombe soulful !!).

j'en veux encore !
Jah love potatoes
IrieWiwi

Mr. Blentwell Mr. Blentwell ·  10 August 2006, 11:42

Wicked selection of classic soul tracks in a rub-a-dub style. Be certain to sign up for the ParisDjs podcast. Yeeeesh the freshness is overwhelming! If you head to the archives you should be able to locate Reggae Soul 1 which is equally tight. Remember you cannot trust a man who has not listened to reggae.


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