// Roots Reggae Podcast
// Roots Conversation

Episode #44

Syndicated Roots Reggae Radio Show

Featuring –

  1. Dawn Penn / No, No, No
  2. Max Romeo / Birth of Reggae Music
  3. Wailing Souls / They Don’t Know Jah (12″ mix)
  4. Skin, Flesh & Bones / Butter fe Fish
  5. Rupie Edwards / Ire Feelings (Skanga)
  6. Bob Marley & The Wailers / Small Axe
  7. John Clarke / Shack Up With You
  8. The Upsetters / Dub in Time
  9. The Techniques All Stars / Stalag 17
  10. The Aggrovators / Bag O Wire Dub
  11. The Upsetters / Roots Train Dub
  12. Prince Far I / The Will to Win
  13. Cornell Campbell & The Aggrovators / Daughter Dub
  14. Prince Douglas / March Down Babylon Dub
  15. Israel Vibration / The Same Dub
  16. Reggae Regular / Tribute to the DJ

Due to social distancing, this show was recorded on Skype – please bear with us during these difficult times as we still try and bring with you the radio you love.

Guerrilla Dub System's Reggae Podcast

Welcome to Roots Conversation, the home of top-secret Dub Reggae tracks and sound system culture. Our Charting DJs/producers Andy Biscuit & Cloudbass have combined forces with DJ Scooby to bring you a podcast that is a destination for Roots Reggae, all while keeping it fresh. With countless hours of studio experience, we know what works – "Roots Conversation" showcases relevant gems of Roots Reggae and Dub Reggae from back in the day.

Reggae music was constantly evolving in the 60s, 70s and 80s. Studios and producers were continually experimenting with new styles and sounds which influenced the overall genre of Dub and Roots. In our show, we will take you on a journey through this incredible era of music history.

A Roots Reggae Podcast

Our roots reggae podcast is a weekly transmission from Creao Studio in North Yorkshire, UK. Andy Biscuit spends the week before hand going through his dusty box looking for cuts, guided by Cloudbass and Scooby.

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