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17:47 26-10-2014

bless unnu )
15:53 26-10-2014
Old Time ReggaeBoy
Old time ina new version

09:06 26-10-2014
Naast Prince Hammer natuurlijk ook aandacht voor King Jammy of ook wel eerder Prince Jammy op 26 /10/47 geboren om ons ook King Tubby Sound te geven... gelukkig heb ik nog een beetje cocoswater over want nu gaat er weer een ander reggae-vatje open, JAH Ras....etc

07:45 26-10-2014
Thanks for alle mooie clipjes die hier de afgelopen dagen weer langskwamen, perfekt om lekker in echte Reggae sferen te kunnen blijven, w'll be Forever Lovin' Jah, dat sowieso, maar OTRB en O in T spannen de kroon, Respect! Ik lees wel alles maar reageer niet altijd, post niet altijd, sta zelf wel stil bij bijv:
17/10/34 Rico Rodriguez, en Ziggy Marley 17/10/68, 18/10/40 Joe Higgs en 18/10/07 Lucky Dube died, Peter Tosh 19/10/44 Peter Tosh, silent graveyard though I visited in 2007, 20/10/64 Luciano en natuurlijk 25/10/2010 Gregory Isaacs passing glance......
14:42 25-10-2014

Artist: Prince Hammer
Title Of Album: Sensimilla Island
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Tamoki-Wambesi-Dove
Genre: Reggae
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 54:01 min
Total Size: 123 / 341 MB


01. Prince Hammer – Rise Up
02. E.R.S. – Wilton Currie
03. Prince Hammer – Give Praises
04. Jah Stitch – Double Six
05. Prince Hammer – Hills Man
06. Prince Far I – Zacky The High Priest
07. Prince Hammer – What's A Yardie?
08. E.R.S. – David 'Prince' Mohammed
09. Prince Hammer – Talking
10. Gladstone Anderson – 75-77 Waltham Park Road
11. Prince Hammer – Sensimilla Island
12. Charlie Chaplin – Sin-Semilla
13. Prince Hammer – Rain From The Sky
14. E.R.S. – Norma Laul Lewis

Prince Hammer was born Berris Simpson in 1953 and he's one of those names from the classic era that never got the proper exposure and recognition he should have received, despite putting out several classic tunes. The 2001 album "Rastafari Bible 1976-1982" was a successful and near faultless retrospective that every reggae fan should check out.

The first producer who gave him a chance was Glen Brown, with whom recorded two singles "Tel Aviv Rock" and "Sugar Down There". His first stage appearance followed shortly in Kingston with promotor and singer Clancy Eccles. Success in Jamaica and the UK followed with the tunes "King Of Kings" and "Adis Ababa", but it was the song "Ten Thousand Lions" that made him a household name in the reggae community. In that period he scored with the self produced tune "Dreadlocks Ting". His first album was called "The Bible", produced by Blacka Morwell. He also made a name as a producer. Do check out the album "If Jah Should Come Now" by Rod Taylor, now regarded as a classic roots album and Jennifer Lara's murdah tune "Jah Will Lead Us Home".

His friendship with Prince Far I and Adrian Sherwood resulted in the UK in "Roots Encounter Part One", where he performed with roots singer Bim Sherman and Price Far I. The release of his second and third album followed, entitled "Roots Me Roots" and "Vengeance". After a while he began to divide his time between recording and community youth work, setting up the 'Movement Of Youth Project' which encouraged young people into music. During the Brixton riots he recorded the track "Brixton Trial And Crosses" on the Josiah label which went to number two in the Black Echoes chart. In the early 80s he recorded several tunes for Roy Cousins and in 1989 they released the album "Respect I Man".

Earlier this year Roy Cousins unleashed the album "Sensimilla Island". Guesses are that this is the collection of tunes he recorded for Roy in the early 80s. Although credited to Prince Hammer, we consider it a fine 'Various Artists' set, showcasing Roy Cousins' production qualities with Prince Hammer in charge of most of the tracks. The album starts with a jazzy tinged tune called "Rise Up", an awesome roots tune, which is followed by its version called "Wilton Currie". In the same vein is "Give Praises", with a deejay version by Jah Stitch called "Double Six". Charlie Chaplin's tune "One Of A Kind" forms the backdrop for the next tune "Hills Man". Prince Far I's Zacky The High Priest was also known as "Survival". In the biographical "What's A Yardie" he tells us about his youth days and how 'proud he is to be a Jamaican'. "Talking" is his interpretation of The Royals' riddim "Pick Up The Pieces", followed by the instrumental cut from Gladstone Anderson. The tittle track is underpinned by the riddim of Charlie Chaplin's song "Crisis". Adam Wade's pop song "Rain From The Skies" was extremely popular in the Jamaican music scene, with versions by Delroy Wilson, Dennis Brown and John Holt to name but a few. Prince Hammer delivers a nice effort but we surely prefer the Delroy Wilson version.

Fine stuff from the vaults of Roy Cousins!

20:45 24-10-2014
One in Ten
Verkeerde linkje gekopieerd

20:41 24-10-2014
One in Ten

And big up Jah Mighty FiYah still

18:55 24-10-2014
Old Time ReggaeBoy
Dennis Brown and John Holt - Wild Fire

16:41 24-10-2014
Old Time ReggaeBoy

Holt ina Channel One style

14:00 24-10-2014
One in Ten
Allright OTRB
Keep dem comming!!

21:13 23-10-2014
Old Time ReggaeBoy
One in Ten ik ben nog ina 70 jaren blijven hangen John Holt tribute tribute.
Maar het staat klaar onder andere deze 12" originele style b side from 1983

Style Scott on drums

18:53 23-10-2014
One in Ten
als ik me niet vergis, is dat de House of Riddim, en komen ze uit Oostenrijk.
En ik miste deze nog in de John Holt Tribute:

18:40 23-10-2014
Old Time ReggaeBoy

18:33 23-10-2014
Old Time ReggaeBoy
DUKE REID Treasure Isle Style

FESTIVALS / Poppodia programmeren die Oldie before you know they play in heaven
15:42 23-10-2014
Old Time ReggaeBoy
1in10 hoe heet de backingband van Anthony B en waar komen zij van dan!!??
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