Positive Reggae Vybz MIX by DJ INFLUENCE

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BROWNMAN REVIVAL - NONSTOP MUSIC

Best of Brownman Revival. "Sorry Na Pwede Ba" "Maling Akala" "Lintik" "Paniwalaan"... Visit our website! http://originalpinoymusic.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OPMOriginalPinoyMusic ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BROWNMAN REVIVAL NONSTOP MUSIC PLAYLIST Ikaw Lang Ang Aking Mahal Pinakamagandang Tanawin Sorry Na Pwede Ba Nagugustuhan Paniwalaan Maling Akala Lintik Muli Under The Reggae Moon Yakap Sa Dilim Binibini Reggae Fever Ikaw Forever Gusto Mo Pa Paikot-ikot

Bob Marley Top Playlist Songs - Top Of Bob Marley - Bob Marley's Greatest Hits Collection 2017

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Culture_One Stone (Album) 1996

00:00 01- Addis Ababa 03:16 02- A Slice Of Mount Zion 07:21 03- One Stone 11:16 04- Tribal War 15:12 05- Blood A Go Run 19:00 06- I Tried 22:32 07- Mr. Sluggard 27:18 08- Get Them Soft 31:13 09- Satan Company 35:40 10- Down In Babylon 39:00 11- Rastaman A Come 43:06 12- Girls Girls Girls Purchase http://www.discogs.com/sell/list?master_id=109846&ev=mb http://www.culturereggaeband.com/ Culture Jamaican roots reggae group founded in 1976. Lead vocals: Joseph Hill. Profile: Culture has long been reggae’s preeminent harmony group. Born in the 70's golden age of reggae, the ever viable Culture has garnered continual US and international acclaim for its long series of classic “roots” albums. Culture’s legendary “Two Sevens Clash” (Shanachie) was Reggae Album of the Year in 1977 and is acknowledged by Rolling Stone Magazine (April 11, 2002) as #25 of the 50 all time coolest records (the only reggae album to make the list). Culture’s music, featuring the shining lead vocals of Joseph Hill, is solidly roots, perfectly executed and delivered with genuine emotional fervor. Joseph Hill’s devotion to the traditional Rastafarian values of purity, simplicity and justice is exemplified by Culture’s lyrical themes. Milo Miles, writing for The New York Times, named Culture as “the leading exponent of ‘conscious reggae’”. Hill’s message is clear and uplifting. His songwriting abilities are outstanding and music reviewers have lauded his achievements for two decades. In 1976 Joseph and his cousin Albert Walker had formed a trio whose name evolved into Culture with the release of the mythic “Two Sevens Clash.” Joseph Hill performed solo under the name Culture and recorded several projects during the early eighties; he and Albert subsequently reunited and produced a long series of critically acclaimed recordings. In fact, Culture’s entire body of work (over 28 albums) can be recommended almost without exception. Noted albums such as “Nuff Crisis”, “Cumbolo,” and “Wings of a Dove” virtually define the “roots” genre. On August 19, 2006 while on tour in Europe, Joseph Hill passed suddenly and decisions for the future of the tour and the group had to be made quickly. The European promoters of the upcoming dates requested the group to continue the tour as a Tribute to Joseph Hill. It was then that his son Kenyatta stepped away from the soundboard and picked up his father’s microphone. Kenyatta was familiar with all of the music and was perfect for the role of new lead singer for Culture. The tour went on without pause and show after show, audiences, promoters and critics alike were amazed at the way in which Kenyatta was so much like his father onstage while introducing an element of his own. One critic’s comment stands out. He summed it up by saying “It was more magic than tragic”. It happened again in Bahia Brazil at a festival on Sept 2. The final proof that Kenyatta was the logical choice took place in Jamaica at the memorial concert for Joseph Hill on the weekend of the funeral. There was no doubt that when Kenyatta stepped up and performed, that he was the highlight of the star studded night. Since then Culture with Kenyatta now firmly established as legitimate leader and vocalist of this seminal band have continued to grace stages worldwide. The latest brilliant tribute to Joseph Hill by Kenyatta titled “Live On” has Kenyatta performing 14 Classic Culture hits in a unique blend of classic Culture updated by a very talented son of a legend. (Source: Fastlane International)

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1.Duane Stephenson - Think twice
2.Turbulance - Stay away
3.Luciano - I can you can
4.Sir Ford - Oh lord
5.Zamunda - Forever loving jah
6.Luthan Fyah - Rastafari leads the way
7.Anthony B - To much guns in town
8.Devano - In tgis jungle
9.Fantan Mojah - Rasta got soul
10.Lymie Murray - Your right
11.Bobby Treasure - Everybody is Important
12.Chino - A nuh nothing
13.Singer Jah - Wah di war fah
14.Luciano - 400 years
15.Luthan Fyah - Badmind
16.Teflon - Blessing coming my way
17.Terro Slim - Thank you
18.Voicemail - How do you know
19.Turbulance - Eyes for you
20.Jermaine Micheal - On my mind

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