Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by phildwyer, Jan 20, 2006.
Had this yet?
Jah Thomas Meets The Roots Radics - Dubbing
Good tracklist names
1 House Of Parliament Dub 4:08
2 Minister Of State Dub 6:02
3 Opposition Dub 3:48
4 Socialist Dub 3:34
5 Communist Dub 4:52
6 Policeman Dub 3:42
7 Soldierman Dub 3:28
8 Housewife Dub 3:32
9 Midwife Dub 3:50
10 Nurse Dub 3:44
11 Doctor Dub 3:26
12 Lawyer Dub 3:32
13 Worldwide Dub 2:32
14 Jamaica Labour Party Dub 3:14
15 People's National Party Dub
For the Corbynistas
People's National Party label. On eBay no details of artist but label looks 70's to me
its most likely the PNP choir with hold the fort / Wrong te trouble Joshua.. I think it is from the 1976 election campaing.
Just found this :
Kenneth Power - You wrong fe trouble Joshua row we home
The Heptones always seemed pretty socialist to me
And this, not totally on topic. But I've liked it for 40 years:
Socialist roots sound system
Does this count?
Beshara - I Had A Dream
(Birmingham band circa.1976)
Absolutely loving that... Hadnt heard of them before... Don't think that tune got a release either which if so is a real shame.
great!!! love it!
I have that bottom organ, it's a Farfisa. First time I've seen it used outside my studio. Great.
Hadn't heard of them before either, a gem!
Gem is right, on repeat all day, loving it more with every listen. Hoping someone online will find a recorded full copy.
Loving this - kinds of a reclaim the commons thing - produced by Shaka's son
Freedom of the Land
I haven’t got the faintest what this one is about* but I am enjoying imagining it as an exhortation to our Trotskyist comrades to throw off their shackles and join us outside the party and against capital.
*Probably about a lad named Trots who got banged up. Any info welcome.
Freedom For Trots!
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