You should have let me know – The Viceroys with Sly and Robbie backing at their finest. Second course is dub goodness too. Awesome!
The other side of the coin here in this is the incredible, acoustic version of The Viceroys’ Heart Made of Stone.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned – Tanya Stevens laying it down here in this awesome live song.
Some people love it in America. Roman Stewart serving it up here in driving fashion from the ghetto, with righteous dub following.
Tenor Saw serves it up here in his inimitable style, searching for his golden hen in this awesome, rollicking, blast of song. Tic a tic a toc, tic a tic a toc!
Jah Love means more than the world to me. Would you climb the highest mountain or dive in the deepest sea? A great song by perhaps one of the most overlooked reggae greats, Martin Campbell.
Talking about great reggae arrangements… this Gregory Isaacs song is absolutely phenomenal – horns, vocals, piano nuances and all.
The Clash’s original Guns of Brixton – a spectacular tune written by the Clash’s bass player and very reflective of its time and place.