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#1 | Posted: 04/15/2019 08:00 | Post subject: Chart of the day (#2731): By Jimmy Dread Reply with quote
Today's chart of the day

(Call it) Reggae (if you must) by Jimmy Dread (View chart)

1. Heart Of The Congos by The Congos (1977)
2. On Top by The Heptones (1968)
3. Truths And Rights by Johnny Osbourne (1979)
4. Arkology by Lee "Scratch" Perry (1997)
5. King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown by Augustus Pablo (1976)
6. Conquering Lion by Yabby You (1975)
7. The Keyboard King At Studio One by Jackie Mittoo (2000)
8. One, Two by Sister Nancy (1982)
9. War Ina Babylon by Max Romeo & The Upsetters (1976)
10. Scientist Meets The Space Invaders by Scientist (1981)
11. Lovers Rock Reggae Style by Love Joys (1983)
12. Best Dressed Chicken In Town by Dr. Alimantado (1978)
13. Soul Beat by The Gaylads (1967)
14. African Dub All-Mighty, Chapter 3 by Joe Gibbs And The Professionals (1978)
15. Fever by Tenor Saw (1985)
16. In Dub by Ranking Dread (1982)
17. Blackboard Jungle Dub by The Upsetters (1973)
18. Rub-A-Dub Style by Michigan & Smiley (1979)
19. Two Sevens Clash by Culture (1977)
20. King Jammy's Presents Sleng Teng Extravaganza by Various Artists (1998)
21. Fabulous Greatest Hits by Prince Buster (1968)
22. Termination Dub by Glen Brown & King Tubby (1996)
23. Showcase by Junior Delahaye (1982)
24. Michael Prophet by Michael Prophet (1981)
25. Right Time by Mighty Diamonds (1976)
26. Dance Hall Style by Horace Andy (1982)
27. In Dub Conference Volume 1 by Harry Mudie Meet King Tubby (1976)
28. Live Loving by Sugar Minott (1977)
29. E-E Saw Dub by King Tubby & Jacob Miller (1975)
30. Cry Tuff Dub Encounter Chapter III by Prince Far I & The Arabs (1980)
31. African Rub 'A' Dub by Dub Specialist (1980)
32. Love Me Forever by Carlton And The Shoes (1978)
33. Im Flash Forward by Cedric Im Brooks (1977)
34. Bubble Up by Wayne Jarrett (1982)
35. African Anthem by Mikey Dread (1979)
36. Sweet And Dandy by Toots & The Maytals (1969)
37. Pick A Dub by Keith Hudson (1974)
38. Dub Roots by Prince Douglas (1980)
39. Foundation Ska by The Skatalites (1997)
40. Shaolin Temple by Barrington Levy (1979)
41. Bobby Bobylon by Freddie McGregor (1980)
42. Super Eight by George Faith (1977)
43. Memorial Album by Don Drummond (1969)
44. First, Second And Third Generation Of Dub by King Tubby, Prince Jammy & Scientist (1981)
45. Ini Kamoze by Ini Kamoze (1984)
46. Rastaman Vibration by Bob Marley & The Wailers (1976)
47. Showcase by Black Uhuru (1979)
48. Satta Massagana by The Abyssinians (1976)
49. Sings Rock And Soul by Alton Ellis (1967)
50. Version Galore by U-Roy (1970)
51. M16 by Lone Ranger (1982)
52. Trenchtown Mix Up by The Gladiators (1976)
53. At Studio One by Marcia Griffiths (2002)
54. The Original Smiley Culture by Smiley Culture (1986)
55. Ninja Showcase by Courtney Melody (1988)
56. Wareika Dub by Rico Rodriguez (1977)
57. Fire House Rock by Wailing Souls (1981)
58. Pepper Rock by Prince Jazzbo (1985)
59. Bass Culture by Linton Kwesi Johnson (1980)
60. Promised Land Sounds by Ras Michael & The Sons Of Negus (1980)
61. Don't Check Me With No Lightweight Stuff (1972-75) by I-Roy (1997)
62. Africa Must Be Free By 1983 by Hugh Mundell (1978)
63. Screaming Target by Big Youth (1973)
64. Wickedness Increase by General Levy (1993)
65. Dance A Dub by Junior Delgado (1978)
66. Tenement Yard by Jacob Miller (1976)
67. This Is Desmond Dekkar by Desmond Dekker (1969)
68. Rock-A-Dub by Page One (1977)
69. Marcus Garvey by Burning Spear (1975)
70. Picture On The Wall by Freddie McKay (1971)
71. Born To Love by Slim Smith (1991)
72. Africa Shall Stretch Forth Her Hand by Mighty Threes (1978)
73. Two Big Bull In A One Pen by Anthony Red Rose & King Kong (1986)
74. Show Case (In A Roots Radics Drum & Bass) by Triston Palma (1982)
75. Handsworth Revolution by Steel Pulse (1978)
76. Presenting Larry Marshall by Larry Marshall (1973)
77. Liberation For Africa by Sister Carol (1983)
78. Slum In Dub by Gregory Isaacs (1978)
79. Mister Yellowman by Yellowman (1982)
80. One Life To Live by Phyllis Dillon (1972)
81. A Slice Of English Toast by Ranking Ann (1982)
82. Orthodox Dub by Errol Brown (1978)
83. Forever Version by Dennis Alcapone (1971)
84. Live At The Counter Eurovision 79 by Misty In Roots (1979)
85. Magic Touch by 15-16-17 (2005)
86. Wa-Do-Dem by Eek-A-Mouse (1981)
87. Visions Of Dennis Brown by Dennis Brown (1978)
88. School Days by Flick Wilson (1980)
89. Don Dada by Super Cat (1992)
90. Police And Thieves by Junior Murvin (1977)
91. Let's Get Started by Tetrack (1978)
92. Nothing More To Say by The Frightnrs (2016)
93. Ready Natty Dreadie by Dillinger (1975)
94. The Gorgon by Cornell Campbell (1976)
95. Informer by Lady Ann (1983)
96. Lamb's Bread by Sylford Walker (1988)
97. Sounds Almighty by Nat Birchall Meets Al Breadwinner (2018)
98. Dub From Creation by Creation Rebel (1978)
99. I'm In Love With A Dreadlocks by Brown Sugar (2018)
100. Oh No It's Red Rat by Red Rat (1997)

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#2 | Posted: 04/15/2019 16:07 | Post subject: Reply with quote
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#3 | Posted: 04/15/2019 16:25 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Tis the chart.
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#4 | Posted: 04/16/2019 03:50 | Post subject: Reply with quote
This guy thinks he knows reggae, but he's missing the greatest of all time:


40 Oz. To Freedom by Sublime
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#5 | Posted: 04/16/2019 04:04 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Tha1ChiefRocka wrote:
This guy thinks he knows reggae, but he's missing the greatest of all time:


40 Oz. To Freedom by Sublime


Inexcusable lack of Rebelution too imo. Nine #1 Billboard reggae albums? They're clearly the curry GOAT.
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#6 | Posted: 04/16/2019 04:05 | Post subject: Reply with quote
baystateoftheart wrote:
Tha1ChiefRocka wrote:
This guy thinks he knows reggae, but he's missing the greatest of all time:


40 Oz. To Freedom by Sublime


Inexcusable lack of Rebelution too imo. Nine #1 Billboard reggae albums? They're clearly the curry GOAT.


No kidding.

What about the classic Slightly Stoopid, too?


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#7 | Posted: 04/16/2019 04:17 | Post subject: Reply with quote
But, for real, this is actually one of the best reggae songs that I know.


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#8 | Posted: 5 days ago | Post subject: Reply with quote
I've perused this chart for recs more times than I care to admit. Love it.
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#9 | Posted: 5 days ago | Post subject: Reply with quote
I've dipped into this chart many a time too. I haven't heard it all, not even barely but I love the #100 album by Red Rat - Oh nooooo!!!!!! - and the sublime #1 by The Congos. Quality stuff all the way through. I really ought to take the time to listen to all of it....
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