Discography February 1, 2016
"State of Emergency" Playlist
Playlist of songs heard on the “State of Emergency” Hip Deep program. Big Youth, “Political Confusion” Jackie Mittoo and Soul Vendors, “Drum Song” (instrumental) Al T Joe, “Independence Time Is Here” Roland Alphonso “Adam’s Apple” (instrumental) Baba Brooks, “Country Town” (instrumental) princebusterPrince Buster, “Rude Rude Rudee” (AKA “Don’t Throw Stones”) The Wailers, “Simmer Down” The Wailers, “Let Him Go” Alton Ellis, “Dance Crasher” Derrick Morgan “Cool Off Rudie” Derrick Morgan, “Tougher Than Tough” Roland Alphonso and the Beverley’s All Stars, “El Toro” ethiopians(instrumental) Bob Andy, “Crime Don’t Pay” The Valentines, “Guns Fever” The Ethiopians, “Everything Crash” Max Romeo, “Michael Row the Boat Ashore” Delroy Wilson, “Better Must Come” Clancy Eccles, “Rod of Correction” Max Romeo, “Let the Power Fall For I” R-2179408-1389282416-6637.jpegUnknown, “Labour Gonna Beat Them” Bill Gentles, “Take the Rod From Our Back” Junior Byles, “When Will Better Come” Dillinger, “Crashie First Socialist” Parnell Charles, “Turn Dem Back” Max Romeo, “Socialism Is Love” Johnny Clarke, “Joshua’s Word” R-3970239-1354147312-6979.jpegJohnny Clarke, “Don’t Trouble Trouble” The Aggrovators, “A Ruffer Version” Bob Marley and the Wailers, “Rat Race” Derrick Morgan, “Under Heavy Manners” Neville Martin, “The Message” Ernie Smith, “Jah Kingston Goes to Waste” Bob Marley and the Wailers, “Johnny Was” listen-big-youth-greenbay-killing-version-nichola-delita_2678852Bob Marley and the Wailers “Smile Jamaica” (Black Ark version) Bob Marley and the Wailers, “Ambush in the Night” Junior Mervin, “Tedious” Jackie Bernard, “Economic Crisis” Big Youth, “Green Bay Killing” Jacob Miller, “Peace Treaty Special” Kiddus I, “Security in the Streets” Neville Martin, “No Mr. IMF” Niney the Observer, “Mutiny ”(AKA “Confusion in Babylon”) Ranking Trevor, “Ronald Reagan” Little John, “Smoking Cocaine” Shabba Ranks, “Love Punany Bad” Junior Reid, “One Blood” Stephen and Damian Marley, “The Mission” Junior Reid, “World News” Protoje, “Kingston Be Wise”

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