Saturday, November 28, 2009

REGGAE GOT SOUL

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Reggae music has strong roots in American Soul. If you listen to any old roots reggae records from artists like Lee "Scratch" Perry, U-Roy, The Wailers, etc you can hear elements of R&B and Soul. Bob Marley himself referenced Soul artists like James Brown, Curtis Mayfield and Marvin Gaye as influences. From the picture above you can see he had collaborated with Stevie too.
This musical melting pot is the concept behind my latest mixtape called: Soulclash Hi-Fi. This mix of Reggae tunes, re-edits, covers and remixes is rooted in Soul with an island vibe. Official CD release w/ cover art will be available soon. Stay tuned.
- Ben Select



Tracklist:

Intro

Bob Breaks

Bob Marley – Sun is Shinning (Yes King Remix)

Bob vs Marvin – Healing in Vain

Shinehead – Billie Jean

Derrick Laro – Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough

Steel Pulse – Roller Skates (Remix)

Gregory Isaccs – Hush Darling

Eek-A-Mouse – Wa-Do-Dem

Toyan – Spare With Me

Don Carlos – I’m Not Crazy

Frankie Paul – Worries In The Dance

Trinity – 3 Piece Suit

Garnett Silk – Lord Watch Over Our Shoulders

Michael & Olly Buck – Never Can Say Goodbye

Beverly Road All-Stars – Still In Love

$mall Change – Nuff Man Live in Jah City

Erykah Badu – Honey (GRC’s Jamaican Honey Rub)

Black Harmony – Don’t Let it Go to Your Head Dub

E’s E – Scratch’s Skank pt.1

Tenor Saw – Golden Hen

U Roy – Tide Is High

Danny Livingston – A Message To Rudy

Tony Tribe – Red Red Wine

Sizzla vs UB40 – Red Wine to Gaze

Richie Spice – Earth A Run Red (Nowtime Remix)

Prince Fatty – Shimmy Shimmy Ya

Morwells Unlimited Meets King Tubby – Morpheus Special

Interlude

Lee Perry & The Upsetters – Jungle Lion (edit)

The Daktaris – Eltsugh Ibal Lasiti (Mad Professor Remix)

Sharon Jones – How Long Do I have to Wait for Dub (Ticklah Remix)

The Marvels – Rock Steady

The Drastics – Rock With You

Collen & Webb – Straight Gay

Roots Uprising meets Stevie Wonder – Master Blaster Jammin’

Willie Williams & Jackie Mittoo – Can’t Stop Us Now (edit)

Connoisseur Group Movement

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