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    do any of you know about bobo saw?

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    great thread.

    some good jams in here..

    for a reggae heads theres nothing better then the Trojan Label box sets. find em anyway you can, and there is like 70 of them

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    I'm sure everybody i'm about to mention has already been talked about. I saw Burning spear twice years ago. Best reggae artist alive IMO. anybody into lee scratch perry? "Musical Bones" Is sick I just got that on LP. oh and the skatalites aren't bad. eek-a-mouse. elephant man's tight. capaleton, sizzla. all those dudes are worth check'n into. and maybe that "Dub side of the moon" album.. if your into Pink Floyd

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    I imagine Damian Marley might be one of the most predictable choices but I dig these tracks. I need to go through this thread and see if I can appreciate more reggae.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madchild View Post
    I imagine Damian Marley might be one of the most predictable choices but I dig these tracks. I need to go through this thread and see if I can appreciate more reggae.

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    HAve you heard his first album?

    Check out these classic ass gems off of that:











    Hes one of my faves
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    Quote Originally Posted by O3EY View Post
    I'm sure everybody i'm about to mention has already been talked about. I saw Burning spear twice years ago. Best reggae artist alive IMO. anybody into lee scratch perry? "Musical Bones" Is sick I just got that on LP. oh and the skatalites aren't bad. eek-a-mouse. elephant man's tight. capaleton, sizzla. all those dudes are worth check'n into. and maybe that "Dub side of the moon" album.. if your into Pink Floyd

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZpIcsgTipc
    I saw burning spear a couple of years ago

    Lee scratch perry is my shit too.



    I went and saw him in a small ass smoked out venue a few years ago. He came out with two lit sticks of nag champa incense attached to the front of his hat LOL

    he had the whole joint smelling like my college apartment lol

    Eek a Mouse is another of my fave
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