Morphologies 8: Upliftment Mon, 2018-09-03 16:18

Selected & Mixed by Edward George & Anna Piva

Playing tracks by: Jah Shaka Sound System, Cultural Roots, Ras Muffet, Disciples, Alan Kingpin

Tags: Jah Shaka Sound System, Roots Rock Reggae, Dub, Environmental Recordings

‘It’s getting wider and wider, you know, and we believe in it, so actually it’s not a surprise because we have always believed in it, all along, from the very beginning, you know, that people eventually would get to know, this is for the upliftment of not only the black race, but all races.’ – Jah Shaka

Quai des Brumes Station: Interview de Jah Shaka Dans les Années, 1990, Jah Shaka Sound System – Dixie Peach: Slaughter, Cultural Roots: Mr. Bossman

Jah Shaka Sound System @ Phebes Club, Dalston 1982 – Cultural Roots: Mr. Bossman Dub

Sir Coxsone Versus Jah Shaka Sound System @ Cubies, Dalston, 27 December 1980, Jah Shaka: Dub plate (No Artist/No Title Info)

Jah Shaka Sound System @ Phebes Club, Dalston, 22 May 1982 – Jah Shaka: Warning, Jah Shaka: Dub plate (No Artist/Title Info), Jah Shaka: Dub plate (No Artist/Title Info)

Jah Shaka Sound System @ Southend United Football Ground Roots Hall, Shrimpers Club, Southend-On-Sea, February 1985 – Tommy McCook: Dub plate (No Title Info), Aisha: The Creator

Jah Shaka Sound System, London 1989 – Ras Muffet: Dub Plate (No Title Info), King Tubby: Dub Dunza, Pablo Gad: Lighter Shade of Black, Dub plate (No Artist/Title Info)

Jah Shaka Sound System @ Africa House, Dalston, September 1989 – Willie Williams: Unification, Jah Shaka Riddim Section: Unification Dub, Icho Candy:  Slavery, Willie Williams: One By One, Jah Shaka Riddim Section: Version, Icho Candy: Love Rastafari, Jah Shaka Riddim Section: Version, Disciples: Oh Jah Jah

Jah Shaka Sound System, London – Alan Kingpin: Jah Shaka Exclusive Jah Warrior

Snub TV – Jah Shaka interview, 1991

 

 

 

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