Playlist to Survive – Jamaica ’60 /’ 70 – Sixties and Seventies

Playlist to Survive – Jamaica ’60 /’ 70 – Sixties and Seventies

Luca Siccardi presents sixties and seventies from ska to rocksteady and reggae.

You can find: Bob Marley & The Wailers,Prince Buster,The Ethiopians,Roland Alphonso,Bob Marley,Prince Buster,Desmond Dekker,Stranger Cole, Baba Brooks & His Band,Phyllis Dillon,Max Romeo,The Silvertones….

 

  1. Bob Marley & The Wailers , Simmer Down , The Birth Of A Legend (1963-66) , 00:02:21
  2. Prince Buster , Madness , Tutti Frutti , 00:02:45
  3. The Ethiopians , Train to Skaville , Engine 54 , 00:02:57
  4. Roland Alphonso , El Pussy Cat Ska , Essential Ska Masters , 00:03:16
  5. Bob Marley , One cup of Coffee , Nesta! , 00:02:31
  6. Prince Buster , Judge Dread , Prince Buster – Fabulous Greatest Hits [Diamond Range] , 00:03:38
  7. Bob Marley & The Wailers , All In One – Bend Down Low/ Nice Time/ One Love, Simmer Down/ It Hurts To Be Alone/ Lonesome Feeling/ Love And Affection/ Put It On/ Duppy Conqueror -Medley , The Complete UK Upsetter Singles Collection – Volume 3 , 00:03:38
  8. Desmond Dekker , You Can Get It If You Really Want , You Can Get It If You Really Want , 00:02:42
  9. Stranger Cole; Baba Brooks & His Band , Run Joe , Treasure Isle Presents: Ska , 00:02:29
  10. Phyllis Dillon , Nice Time (Long Time No Nice Time) , One Life to Live , 00:02:27
  11. Max Romeo , Wet Dream , A Dream , 00:02:42
  12. Desmond Dekker; ACES , 007 (Shanty Town) , 007 Shanty Town , 00:02:32
  13. Prince Buster , My Sound That Goes Around , The Story of Blue Beat 1962 Part 2 , 00:02:33
  14. The Silvertones , True Confession , True Confession , 00:02:42
  15. Jacob Miller , I’m a Rastaman , Song Book: Chapter a Day , 00:04:36
  16. Toots & The Maytals , Sweet And Dandy , The Harder They Come (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) , 00:02:59
  17. Toots & The Maytals , 54-46 Was My Number , In The Dark , 00:03:24
  18. The Pioneers , Starvation – Edit , Give and Take – The Best of The Pioneers , 00:02:23
  19. The Kingstonians , Sufferer , Sufferer , 00:03:30
  20. Ken Boothe , Freedom Street , Everything I Own – The Definitive Collection , 00:02:46
  21. Derrick Morgan , Moon Hop , Moon Hop , 00:03:09
  22. Jimmy Cliff , The Harder They Come , The Harder They Come (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) , 00:03:39
  23. The Heptones , Book of Rules , Cool Rasta (Bonus Track Edition) , 00:03:00
  24. Dandy Livingstone , Suzanne Beware of the Devil , Suzanne Beware of the Devil – The Best of Dandy Livingstone , 00:02:35
  25. Jacob Miller , Tenement Yard , Song Book: Chapter a Day , 00:02:34
  26. Susan Cadogan , Hurt So Good , Hurt So Good , 00:03:21
  27. Sophia George , Girlie Girlie , Girlie Girlie – The Best of Sophia George , 00:03:06
  28. Clancy Eccles , Feel the Rhythm , Freedom – The Anthology 1967-73 , 00:02:31
  29. Culture , The International Herb , Too Long In Slavery , 00:03:20
  30. Peter Tosh , Stepping Razor , Equal Rights (Legacy Edition) , 00:05:47
  31. Linton Kwesi Johnson , Fite Dem Back , Reggae Greats (Reissue) , 00:03:59
  32. Lee “Scratch” Perry , People Funny Boy , A Live Injection: Anthology 1968-1979 , 00:02:36
  33. The Rulers , Don’t Be a Rude Boy , The Trojan Rude Boy Collection , 00:02:20

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