Yesterday afternoon, my son and I were listening to some reggae
from the old days. I am so happy he has the same hobby his dad
does. He told me he’s going to Germany, to Europe’s biggest reggae
festival, Summerjam. We checked the festivals line-up and found that
among a lot of newer acts, Burning Spear and U-Roy are a few of the
older ones. My son didn’t know the music yet so we sat and listened
to some. Now here’s a U-Roy album for y’all from 1976. Take this and
be sure not to miss Dread in a Babylon as well.
By the way, better check my son’s blog too.
I hope you like’m, have fun.
1 Babylon burning
2 Natty rebel
3 So jah jah say
4 Natty kung fu
5 If you should leave me
6 Do you remember
7 Travelling man
8 Have merci
9 Badie boo
10 Go there natty
11 Fire in a trenchtown
Like father, like son, hey?
Some years back my son, who’d had never shared my fascination for Congolese music, went backpacking around the world with his girlfriend. I made mim a tape of Empire Bakuba tracks, and he loved it. Seems like the heat of Indonesia suddenly made it fit into place.
Good to share this stuff – many thanks
Hi Moos. The Lp is great. I’ve been searching for it long time! Now it’s here and I’m happy. Thank you very much. Well done!
That’s nice. When i have a son i wish that this happen to me too.
Haven’t heard this in a long long time. Great album!
lang lopen zoeken naar deze muziek ,
op globalgroove gevonden .Bedankt voor het vele werk wat je hiervoor doet
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