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Jamaica Jamaica. DJ since Feb 20, 2010
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JazzDen More Max Roach with his protest songs. I love this man's message in his music. How could we not respect him. That is Abbey Lincoln singing lead.

Max RoachAll Africa

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JazzDen Here's another Jazz Great, Mr Max Roach. Max is multi-dimensional as he is a Jazz musician and also in the Civil Rights Movement. This is freedom day.
JazzDen More Cannonball hits for you. A bit of hard bop coming your way. Hard-bop is bebop with influence from R&B and gospel. ENJOY!!!
JazzDen This is the Cannonball, his brother Nathaniel plays the cornet. Songs My Lady Sings (that's the name of this piece). Cat Lady check this out, ENJOY!!!
JazzDen The Cannonball and his boys doing their thing. This one has a distinct 'Cannonball' feel to it. These boys experimented with their music. ENJOY!!!
JazzDen The legendary percussionist Candido (Camero) backed many Afro-Cuban jazz acts since the 1950s. Besides, he was the first to use the congas in jazz (reblip)

CandidoGhana Spice

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JazzDen Showing some love to Dana Taylor & Isabelle Ashley both of Twitter and Sharyn5 and eleniap both of BLIPfm. Thank you so much for your support.
JazzDen Mingus again. You gotta know how to listen to this. Focus on the base then allow the piano to remain peripheral. If you do you will get the feel.
JazzDen We are taking a look and Mingus. Yes, Charlie Mingus. It is difficult to categorized him as free jazz, bebop or anything else. He was simply, himself.

Charles MingusMoanin'

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JazzDen The Bird once again. This boy died in 1955 at 35 years, just as he was transcending mortal status as a jazz musician. Such a pity he dies so early." (reblip)
JazzDen Yet another roots rock reggae, cultural music. ENJOY!!!

burning spear-mek we dweet

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JazzDen The right history, check it out.
JazzDen Joseph Hill and his boys again. When they started out the complain was that they sound too much like Burning Spear but you can hear the difference,
JazzDen Another from my days at Meadowbrook High School. There was a debate in my class as to whether it was ok transforn gospel songs into reggae RIDDIMS

CultureThis Train

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JazzDen Who remember this one. Channel One Studio and this was one of their well known riddims. I remember Chiney Paulie R.I.P, used to ride a Honda 354

MPLA DUB Revolutonaries

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JazzDen Another gem from way way back in the day. A really good one, check it out.

George Nooks & Louie Culture -No More War(Tribal War Riddim)

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JazzDen I so remember this one, I even remember all the words LOL LOL. The song in the background is Joseph Hill and Culture singing Zion's Gate.
JazzDen Another of Leroy's signature songs. Circa 1977.
JazzDen It would be right to be selecting from Leroy Smart and not play this one, check it out.
JazzDen This was back when I was in fourth or fifth form. Must admit that Leroy was one of my favourites back then.
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