Social Sundays 004 – Kaya Foundation

Apr 17, 2018
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Kaya Foundation is one of the first reggae groups established in Romania. Starting its activity in 2008, Kaya always pushed the reggae movement forward through their dances, music selection and their dedication to conscious roots reggae and dub music. In 2009 Kaya built Kogaion Sound System, the first local sound. Pushing the militant rockers rhythm even further, Kaya became an emblematic name for the Romanian scene of reggae music.

This month, Kaya Foundation is celebrating ten years of activity so, we invited them for an extended session at our bimonthly Social Sundays. Enjoy this fine selection of roots reggae music and if you are in town on the 20th of April be sure to come at their session alongside Sir Festus Coxsone and Jah Order Sound System

Tracklist:

Mene Man - Jah is the Ruler (LP Foundation Roots / LOG ON)
Earl16 - Natural Roots + DUB (10" Merge Records)
Seven Sense feat. Mene Man - Who are You (10" Partial)
Creation Stepper - God Love You (10" Dub Jockey)
Mike Brooks - Money Makes Friends (10" Sip a Cup)
Max Romeo - Norman + Dubbin Gambler (10" Heavyweight Station)
Winston Fergus - Praise Him (10" Dubwise Productions)
Emmanuel Josepf feat. Shanti Ites - Warmonger (LP Psalms from the Heart / Falasha Recordings)
Jacob Miller - Rockers (10" Room in the Sky)
Don Carlos - Gimmie Gimmie (7" Fire House)
Desi Roots - Warning '79cut + Dub (7" Gaffa Blue)
Dean Frazer - Hilla Rebel (7" Brooks)
Paulette Wright - Don't Fear (7" Dubatraition Records)
Connie Bell - Stop Youth Murder (7" Topatop)
Conscious Sounds - Stoke Newington Skank (Lp Hackney Dub / Conscious+Partial)
Julian Marley - Systems (7" Ghetto Youth)
Isha Bel - Bless Jah Holy Name (7" Conscious Sounds)
Beshara - You are Everythyng (12" World Trade Music)
Bigga - Kulcha Paton (7" Diop Size)
Bush Chemists - Dub Cut (7" Diop Size)
Clarence Parks - Gunman (7" Dyanmite Records)
Injektah - Historical Dub (7" Dancehall Tradition)
Earth&Stone - Three Wise Men (7" Well Charge)
Judith & Radix All Stars - Such is Life (7" Universal Roots)
Knaty P - Homeless (7" Universal Roots)
Keety Roots - Dubwise Warrior + Verse 2 (10" Black Legacy)
Jah Melodie - Get Active (7" Bush and Shadow)
Danny Red - Jahovah (7" Abba Jahnoi)
Disciples - Merrick Road Step + Dub (7" Ital Lion Vintage 90's Dub)
Freddy McGregor - Judgement Day (7" Leggo Records)
Desi Roots - Weed Fields (7" Hawkeye)
Scientist - Burn Them (7" Hawkeye)
Steve Santana - I'm Going Home-Runaway Child (LP Heavily Protected / Twinkle Music)
Brinsley Forde - Promised Land (7" Sip a Cup)
Matic Horns - Horns from Ashmara (7" Sip a Cup)
Robert Lee - Disrespect (7" Tuff Scout)
Lyrical Benjie - Sit N Wonda (7" Roots Tribe)
Errol Bellot - Roots Man (10" Must Dance)
Freddie Clarke - Home We Wanna Go (12" Main Line)
Sister Patyma - Zion (12" Channel One)
Macka B - Refugees (7" Inspirational Sound)
Dennis Brown - Slave Driver + Dub (12" Ranking Joe)
Creole - Jah Creation (7" Channel One)
Ras Hassen Ti - Marcus Garvey (10" Dreadlyon Rec.)
Marla Brown feat. Mutabaruka - Words of Wisdom (LP We Remember Dennis Brown)

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