The Beatles in Reggae – the Verde Album

never a big Beatles fan but this has got to be worth a listen, I remember George Benson did a remake of one of their Abbey Road and it was rockin so maybe this is the same . Let us know your thoughts
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01- She Came in Trough the Bathroom Window
02- From me to You
03- Something
04- Eleanor Rigby
05- Lady Madonna
06- While my Guitar gently Weeps
07- Come Togheter
08- Eleanor Rigby
09- I Will
10- Taxman
11- Here Comes the Sun
12- Because
13- Come Togheter
14- Don’t let me Down
15- The long and Winding Road
16- I’m Only Sleeping

Classic Bob Marley Free Download

Well everybody has heard of Bob Marley and somebody has put together a collection of his classic hit all in one free download, what can we say other than thank you very much I’ll have some of that. Downloading now I know every rack on there blud, killers
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1. Intro
2. Stir it up
3. Roots, rock reggae
4. One love
5. Is this love intro
6. Is this love
7. Exodus
8. Three little birds
9. Rita marley interview
10. Rastman live up
11. I shot the sheriff
12. No woman, no cry
13. Bob bio
14. Trenchtown rock (live)
15. Jammin
16. Natural mystic
17. Interview
18. Get up, stand up
19. Redemption song (live)
20. Outro
21. *bonus* no more trouble
22. *bonus* 3’oclock roadblock
23. *bonus* hold your head

Bodo Riddim Reggae Download

Always on the look out to drop you the best downloads check this reggae download featuring Coca Tea, Sizzla, Beenie Man and Capleton, all the big reggae names
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1. Cocoa Tea – Poverty
2. Ras Myrhdak – Prince of Fyah
3. Capleton – I Know
4. Horace Andy – Troddin
5. Smokie Benz & Tony Tuff – Fulfillment Time
6. Sizzla – Shout It Out
7. Jayne Dough – Love
8. K-oss – Princess
9. Josie Mel & Lutan Fyah – This Whole World
10. Ricky Ticky – Almighty King
11. Anthony Red Roze – Prement
12. Beenie Man – Rude Boy
13. Al Pancho – Me Come From
14. Brotherman – Bodo Riddim Version

Mikey Dread Tribute

Sad to hear about Mikey Dread only 6 months after he was told he had a brain tumor he passed over but I’m sure his music will live on. Check out the free reggae download or listen to it on site without downloading
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Mikey Dread
During the late 1970s, Mikey “Dread” Campbell was a radio disc jockey on JBC radio when it was uncommon for Jamaican radio to broadcast reggae music. On his “Dread at the Controls” show, he played current popular music while displaying his musical knowledge by dropping in Studio One originals to show the history of the music. His first recorded single was also called “Dread at the Control,” and guess what he called his record label. He produced some of the most exciting contemporary music of the late ’70s and early ’80s, and his dub sides were very popular. On this program, you’ll hear Mikey Dread’s radio background come through is his music. Mikey Dread was just 54 years old when he passed away. He died 6 months after he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. On #44, I pay tribute to the rub-a-dub master.