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Selection of a few great Reggae tracks I've loved over the years, mostly old skool but some new skool that have the same old MIXTAPE vibe, mixed live on decks today not pieced together on a computer so will have original sound with imperfections..Many Memories from Coventry's West indian club back in the 80's. Have tried to make this like old skool mix mashed together, not like a clean super slick mix beat matched perfect mix of todays standard. Hey back then we often just recorded on tape to tape, just pausing the recorded tape in between tracks, then blasted from huge ghetto blaster so no real mixing as such but sounded great:) the tracks are mixed different from the original, length, bmp, tone etc

RIP my old mate Ray Massey (The Champion Jockey:) dedicated to you matey. The first of many Live Mixtapes created on the decks today..will upload many more, too many tunes to choose from. oldskool to later tracks.

The law if you listen to this mixtape you must do the following:

THE DANCE (Jockeying) This was a dance we did back then and sure its done today..well versions of it..We were the Champion Jockeys 30 odd years ago.
To do the dance turn the Mixtape volume up VERY LOUD, Bass high is good and feel the vibe.

Place yourself like a jockey on a horse with legs open and bent at knees, arms out in front, arms apart holding the reigns as you would on a horse with bent elbows...feel the beat and ride the horse/beat:)....wined your way up wined your way down. for slower tracks we would wined the hips...always keep the arms up bent rigid holding reigns....will put a smile on your face:) No its not gangham style...well simliar without the splappin the horse:) Enjoy the mix and enjoy the dance...Big SMILE :D. That way Ray's spirt will live on;) Alway did this dance back in the day with a big smile from ear to ear:D

The Tracks, you can download at iTunes or other.
thanks to all you great great artist that have lifted my soul with the music you have gave:

Bob Marley - natural mystic
Wrongtom meets deemas j - old time stylee
It A Ring - Tonto Irie
jah jah rule - Burro Banton
Every Posse Come In-Tonto Irie
Worries In The Dance - Frankie Paul
Here Comes Trouble - Chronixx
Heaven In Her Eyes - Gappy Ranks
Gladiators-Soul Rebel
What Will it Take - Jah Cure
No Cigarette Smoking - Stephen Marley
Free From Chains - Kabaka Pyramid
Sara Lugo Kabaka Pyramid-High windy
Wait In Vain | RoXs | - Jah Rain
Jah Eyes-with or without you
Sorry- Foxy Brown
Billie Jean - Shinehead
Promise -Mikey General
No One Will Be There -Micheal Jackson
Fast Car - Wayne Wonder
Conscience Speaks - Black Crucial
Where Did Our Love Go-Diana Ross & The Supremes
Someone Like You (reggae version by Reggaesta)-Adele
Heard It Through The Grapevine Marvin Gaye (Reggae Remix)
Superteng -Wrongtom Meets Deemas J
She's Royal -Tarrus Riley
Satisfaction Guarenteed-Sparky Dean
I Love You Too Much-Wayne Wade
Babylon Boops-Lovindeer
Cyaa Study Me- Kabaka Pyramid
marvin gaye & bob marley-healing in vain
Jammy's -King Jammy
riot ting-Wrongtom Meets Deemas J
First Cut Is The Deepest- Marcia Griffiths
Sexual Healing (reggae version by Reggaesta) Marvin Gaye

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