Social Sundays 001 – L45

Feb 26, 2018
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Selecta L45 is playing strictly vinyl roots reggae and promotes the same vintage sound in 'Roots on Vinyl' sessions in Bucharest. You can always find him defending that original silky bass from the 70's.


Tracklist:
Barrington Levy - Money man
Don Carlos - Hog goat
Frankie Paul - Weed without seed
Gregory Isaacs - Tune in
Jr Delgado - Every natty
Juks Dread* & Big Youth ‎– 23rd Psalm
Neville - I love Jamaica
Bob Marley - Pound get a blow
Take 5 - Version
Desmond Dekker - No place like home
Desmond Dekker - 007 shanti town
Prince Buster - Idi amin
Skatalites - Freedom sound
White label
Lord Creator - Precious time
Alton Ellis - No man is perfect
Pablo Mosese - We should be in Angola
Horace Martin - Earthquake
Black Uhuru - Plastic smile
Reggae Regular - Black Starliner
Mighty Diamonds - Gates of Zion
Delroy Williams - Stop the fighting
Rob I Peart - Craving money
Black Uhuru - Trodding
Barrington Levy - Praise his name
Gt Moore - Utopia
Nucleus Roots - Deep roots
Barrington Levy - River jordan
Tonto Addi - Historical knowledge
Tappa Zukie - Peace and love

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