Flag_of_Ethiopia_1897-1974In a 1931 journal entry Wittgenstein wrote, “The works of great masters are suns which rise and set around us. The time will come for every great work that is now in the descendent to rise again.” This may be the most Irie remark that he ever set to paper and serves as a fine epigraph for the hour+ of premium reggae below, humbly submitted for your listening pleasure.

Mahalia Saunders – “Suspicious Minds”

Cornell Campbell – “Boxing Around”

Nairobi Sisters – “Promised Land (Dub)”

Nairobi Sisters – “There’s Always Something There to Remind Me”

Peter Tosh – “You Can’t Blame the Youth”

King Tubby – “Rubba Dunza (Clocktower Mix)”

King Tubby and Scientist – “King Tubbys and Scientist is Here to Stay”

Sister Nancy – “One Two”

Della Humphrey – “Dream Land”

Slim Smith – “Keep that Light”

Big Youth – “Every Nigger’s A Star”

Errol Dunkley – “You’ll Never Know”

The Abyssians – “Jah Loves”

Jim Brown – “Seen Him”

Slim Smith – “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” / U Roy – “Love is All I Bring”

Junior Delgado – “Tonight”

Byron Lee & The Dragonaires – “And I Love Her”

Alton Ellis – “Breaking Up is Hard to Do”

The Soulettes – “Play Play”

Ken Parker – “True, True, True”


 

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