Reggae for Bed
The fascinating story of the ridiculously influential Jamaican artist Tenor Saw’s rise to fame. Taken from this world way, way before his time.
Big thanks to brother DJ Dribbler for passing this on to us recently. A 20 min account of Haile Selassie’s State Visit to Jamaica in 1966.
Thanks to the Red Light Records hareem for reminding us about Barrington Levy and this tune in particular. The right vibe for Reggae For Bed.
1982 reggae jam from the amazing Jamaican multi-instrumentalist, Jimmy Cliff, from his LP, Special. Peace Officer – are you a worrier?
1987 electronic reggae jam from Rootsman and arranged by Leston Paul. From the Miami Vibes LP. Killer track. On a wild goose chase…
Late 60s rocksteady songstress, Joya Landis, provides the inspiration for the latest moon tune. Reggae For Bed meets Wired to the Moon.
One of the most loved and best known numbers from reggae singer and producer, Leroy Smart. Ballistic Affair recorded at Channel One in 1976.
Wayne Smith’s archetypal synthesised reggae 12″, first introduced to Racket Racket by the good ship Optimo (Espacio). Way in my brain…