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biglove steve
6th March 2001, 09:57 PM
OK peeps just sitting here thinking... but whats your all time favorite reggae tune out there
..i know its a hard question and theres so many..but just wondering?..biglove

Homely Girl
6th March 2001, 10:11 PM
I know its really sad and its not really my 'All time favourate' but I just love Mysterious Girl by Peter Andre and 'Sex On The Beach' by T-Spoon!! I love to hear them!
Sad but I cannot help it!!
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ogm
6th March 2001, 10:15 PM
if you really pushed me into answer I would probably end up at 'No Women No Cry' from the old master Bob Marley

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Rossy
6th March 2001, 11:23 PM
Police officer..Smiley Culture
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imported_John
6th March 2001, 11:36 PM
It depends what type of reggae I'm listening to (you know you go through phases of listening to different types http://www.demo3w.com/ubb/smile.gif) For roots it is 'Words' by Sangie and Scratch, dub it is 'Tubby's meets the rockers uptown' by the great Mr. Pablo, I also like 'Ulterior motive' by Luciano and so many others.

Dubb
7th March 2001, 09:05 AM
Well, I think you know mine by now. It's 'Tears on my Pillow' by Johnny Nash. CLASSIC.

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bg/jill
7th March 2001, 04:05 PM
mmmmmmm..there are soo many....one of me favs is Stir it Up by the man himself..funny enough just got a record deck running after years...came across my original J.Nash `I can see clearly now ` Album...awww my what a joy it was to listen to..surprised it lasted thorough countless moves and children...rofl....so at the mo its Johnny Nash ... even if he`s got a dodgy early flowerly shirt from the 70`s on the cover!!!!...right I`m off to have another listen..:-)

jilly

Nicola R
7th March 2001, 10:16 PM
There's so many great reggae tracks that move me .It's real hard to choose

Here's only a few that come to mind .

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LOSER ........Roman Stewart

EVERYTHING I OWN ......Ken Booth

BARBER SALOON.......Micky Dread
(know there's another artist who did this better but don't know who)

WHAT YOU GONNA DO ON THE JUDGEMENT DAY.......
Prince Far I.... http://www.demo3w.com/ubb/love.gif this one

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biglove steve
7th March 2001, 10:23 PM
Ah Yes! Barber saloon... Mr Campbell...Cut off him Dreads and him a turn bald head...
Great choon.........biglove

imported_PETE
7th March 2001, 11:56 PM
'How could I leave' Dennis Brown
'Waiting in Vain' Bob Marley & the Wailers
'Tune in' Gregory Issacs
'Channel one under heavy manners' Leroy Smart
'King tubby meets the rockers uptown' Augustus Pablo
'Love the way it should be' Royal Rasses

anto
8th March 2001, 12:16 AM
there are 100's that you could chosse from
its a hard one alright
well bob marley ,,no woman no cry
yes this one i think
but maybe diffrent tommorrow
you know what i mean
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Coty
8th March 2001, 05:14 AM
Wow this is a tough one! well if i really had to choose it would be.......hmmmmm......thinking.....still thinking....uh huh got it:

'Police in Helicopter' John Holt
'God Knows I Love You' Lukie D.
'They Gonna Talk' Berres Hammond
'War Party' Eddy Grant

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big happy love,
Coty *muah*

DOC
9th March 2001, 04:26 AM
Hello Everyone,

Outside UB40, Bob Marleys, Could You Be Loved is a sheer CLASSIC, Hint Hint bt/UB40.

A.T.B DOC BELFAST

alliluvsmusic
9th March 2001, 04:22 PM
Hmmm hard one, think it depends on phases you go through but here are ones I've always loved

Stop that train-Clint Eastwood/General saint
Cottage in Negril-Tyrone Taylor
Dreamland-Marcia Griffiths
Walking in the sunshine-Bad manners

Not sure if bmanners would be classed as reggae as such but I love that song!!

robert
9th March 2001, 06:18 PM
At the moment I'm mad about Lips Of Wine and Silhouette by Dennis Brown, old songs I heard for the first time only recently.

Saad
9th March 2001, 06:32 PM
Love the old Trojan stuff from the Sixties to the late Seventies.

African Herbsman is a truly classic Wailers Album - if you've not heard it then check it out!!!!!!!!!

Roots Rockin' by Aswad is awesame too.

Black Uhuru - The Dub Factor is brilliant as well.

I could go on and on and on ..............

Cheers

Saad

cazzy
9th March 2001, 06:46 PM
Well i have got to say maxi priest,wild world,Bob marley,buffalo soldier http://www.demo3w.com/ubb/bouncepurple.gif

bt/ub40
9th March 2001, 07:38 PM
loads of great tunes...infact i'm off to look for them...got most of them somewhere..going to be a bass heavy friday night.....have a great week end....keep the suggestions for playlist coming... http://www.demo3w.com/ubb/smokin.gif

biglove steve
9th March 2001, 08:22 PM
Great choices everyone... got me in the mood now for some music so nice!...
Time to blast LKJ in dub...biglove to ya all...

Homely Girl
9th March 2001, 10:08 PM
Brian...wishfull thinkin but i would love to have a rummage through your collection....i bet it would be just heaven to sit and chill and listen to reggae all night with your input. I bet you havent got Peter Andre or T-Spoon though.... you are just being polite.
A master talking about masters would be just fantastic....
'The Way You Do The Things You Do'

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