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Vibes Promotion on November 18th 2016

Raggakings Reggae Dancehall Radio Vibes Promotion with DrmZ

In this show we look back at the 60s and 70s for a selection of nice reggae, rocksteady and soul tunes.


Jahdubtahz ft. Longfingah "Vibes Promotion Intro"
The Chosen Few "Do Your Thing"
Cornell Campbell & The Eternals "Queen Of The Minstrels"
Horace Andy "Found Someone Of My Own"
U-Roy "Tom Drunk"
Jackie Mitoo "Deeper Deeper"
Willie Williams "No One Can Stop Us"
Richard Ace "Can't Get Enough"
Porgy & Monarchs "If It's For Real Baby"
Hopeton Lewis "Express Yourself"
Norma Fraser "Respect"
Ken Boothe "Set Me Free"
Tomorrows Children "Sister Big Stuff"
Merging Traffic "Mr. Magic"
Tommy McCook "Harvest In The East"
Deadly Headley Bennet "35 Years From Alpha"
Randys All Stars "Guns In The Ghetto"
Hortense Ellis "Woman Of The Ghetto"
Norma Fraser "The First Cut Is The Deepest"
Donnovan Carless "Be Thankfull"
Inner Circle "Jah Music"
Lee Perry & The Upsetter "Jungle Lion"
Lloyd Charmers "Shaft"
Nicky Thomas "Soul Power"
Jimmy Cliff "Lets Dance"
Gloria Jones "Tainted Love"
Jackie Wilson "Soul Galore"
Detroit Soul "All Of My Life"
Yvonne Baker "You Didn't Say A Word"
Nosmo King & The Javells "Goodbye"
The Elgins "Heaven Must Have Sent You"
The Sapphires "Gotta Have Your Love"
Barbara Randolph "I Got A Feeling"
The Marvels "One Monkey Don't Stop No Show"
Jackie Edwards "I Feel So Bad"
Desmond Dekker & The Aces "I've Got The Blues"
Sugar Simone "King Without A Throne"
The Pioneers "Papa Was A Rolling Stone"
The Chequers "Get Up Stand Up"

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Vibes Promotion on October 30th 2015

Raggakings Reggae Dancehall Radio Vibes Promotion with DrmZ

In this show we travel back to the early 70s.
With lots of soul, rhythm 'n' blues, rocksteady
and reggae classics.


Jahdubtahz ft. Longfingah "Vibes Promotion Intro"
Junior Parker "Taxman"
Latimore "Let's Do It In Slow Motion"
The Delfonics "Walk Right Up To The Sun"
Diana Ross "Love Hangover"
Marcia Griffiths "Here I Am Baby"
Lee Dorsey "The Greatest Love"
Jimmy Lindsay "Ain't No Sunshine"
John Holt "Love I Can Feel"
Horace Andy "Just Say Who"
Ken Boothe "When I Fall In Love"
Horace Andy "Found Someone Of My Own"
Al Campbell "Take A Ride"
The Slickers "Johnny Too Bad"
Winston Wright "Untitled Jam"
U-Roy "Tom Drunk"
The Bar-Kays "Flying High On Your Love"
Wilson Pickett "Land Of 1000 Dances"
Joe Williams & The Jazz Orchestra "Get Out My Life Woman"
Aretha Franklin "One Step Ahead"
Al Green "The Letter"
Al Green "What Am I Gonna Do With Myself"
Freddie Scott "You Got What I Need"
Merging Traffic "Mr. Magic"
Headley "Deadly" Bennett "35 Years From Alpha"
The Tamlins "Skin Tight"
Inner Circle "Jah Music"
Hopeton Lewis "Grooving"
The Newbeats "Groovin' (Out On Life)"
The Dells "Free And Easy"
The Staple Singers "I'll Take You There"
The Chi-Lites "Too Good To Be Forgotten"
Al Green "Love and Happiness"
The Upsetters "Jungle Lion"
The Mohawks "The Champ" (1973 Live Version)
Joe Simon "Drowning In The Sea Of Love"
Jimmy "Bo" Horne "Gimme Some"
The Soul Brothers "Do It Good"

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Vibes Promotion on December 5th 2014

Raggakings Reggae Dancehall Radio Vibes Promotion with DrmZ

This show is about the foundation of Hip Hop.
It's quite interesting how Rap and Dancehall started in similar fashion.
In Jamaica soundsystems took to the streets. Deejays started playing instrumental versions and toasting on top.
Eventually these deejay versions were recorded and this formed a new genre: Dancehall.

DJ Kool Herc grew up in Kingston experiencing this early soundsystem culture.
In 1967 he moved with his parents to the Bronx and fell in love with Funk, especially James Brown.
In the early 70s he bought his own soundsystem and started organising Block Partys.

There were no instumental versions on the b-side of funk records like it often was the case with jamaican singles. But many funk tracks got long instrumental parts known as the breaks.
The dancers loved these parts, thats why it's called break dancing now.
And by playing just the breaks Herc created space to perform lyrics on top.
Others followed his example. Only they did not call it toasting, the called it Rap.

In 79 Sugar Hill Records started to record Rap artists from the Bronx. "Rappers Delight" went straight Top 40 in the US; Top 10 in UK and Germany and became No 1 in Canada and the Netherlands.
Suddenly Hip Hop was a global phenomenon.

Two of the members of Sugar Hills in house band: Skip "Little Axe" McDonalds (guitar) and Doug Wimbish ended up recording with Adrian Sherwood.
Sly & Robbie made a funk album in 87 wich was clearly influenced by Oldschool Rap and Electro Funk like Herbie Hancock and Afrika Bambaataa.
Their hit single "Boops" from this LP uses the same bassline like Melle Mels's "White Lines".

So if  there always has been a strong connection between Hip Hop and Dancehall, why not dedicate a Vibes Promotion show to early Rap, right?

Longfingah "Vibes Promotion Intro"
Spoonie Gee & The Sequence "Monster Jam"
Funky 4 + 1 "That's The Joint"
The Sugar Hill Gang "8th Wonder"
Dimpless D "Sucker DJ"
Spoonie Gee "Spoonie Is Back"
The Furious Five ft. Cowboy Melle Mel & Scorpio "Step Off"
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five "The Message"
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five "New York, New York"
Olde Scottish "Wildstyle" (Frazer DJ 2 Day Jam)
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five "It's Nasty"
Tom Tom Club "Genius Of Love"
Deniece Williams "Cause You Love Me, Baby"
Chanice Debarge "Ain't Nobody"
Patrice Rushen "Forget Me Nots"
Sharon Redd "Never Give You Up"
Evelyn Champagne King "I'm In Love"
Kurtis Blow "The Breaks"
Whodini "Magic's Wand"
Newcleus "Jam On It"
The Rock Steady Crew "Hey You"
Herbie Hancock "Rockit"
Zapp & Roger "So Ruff, So Tuff"
Ray Parker Jr & Raydio "Still In The Groove"
Young & Company " I Like (What You're Doing To Me)"
T Connection "Anything Goes"
The Main Ingredient "Summer Breeze"
Labi Siffre "I Got The Blues"
Sly Dunbar "Inner City Blues"

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Vibes Promotion on March 7th 2014

Raggakings Reggae Dancehall RadioVibes Promotion with DrmZ and Tobsinn

Undisputed Records just released a great sampler called "Reggae Loves Soul". With great soul tracks covered in reggae style by established artists like Glen Washington, Turbulence and Chezidek. And with more great tunes from artists like Diana Rutherford, Maikal X (big big voice!!!) or Marina P. 
A great chance to play a soulful reggae selection on Vibes Promotion.

DrmZ starts with some tracks from the album followed by more soul covers by  Ken Boothe, Leroy Sibbles, Norma Fraser and more.

In the second half of the show Tobsinn plays a great selelction between Reggae, Soul and Funk. Featuring  artists like Boris Gardiner, Johnny Osbourne, Dennis Brown, John Holt, The Temptations, The Supremes, Gil Scott-Heron...

DrmZ Set:Longfingah "Vibes Promotion Intro"
Diana Rutherford "Trouble, Heartaches And Sadness"
Turbulence "If Loving You Is Wrong"
Glen Washington "Four Walls"
Hopeton James & Ranking Joe "Just My Imagination"
Maikal X "The Way You Threated Me"
Faye & Mystic Loic "California Soul"
Bob Marley & The Wailers "Soul Almighty"
Nicky Thomas "Soul Power"
Leroy Sibbles "Express Yourself"
Ken Boothe "Set Me Free"
Donovan Carless "Be Thankful"
Norma Fraser "Respect"
Winston "King" Cole "Black Magic Woman"
Marina P "I Wish I Were That Girl"
The Chosen Few "Shaft"

Tobsinn Set:
The 24-Carat Black "Ghetto: Misfortune Wealth"
Boris Gardiner "Deadly Sting"
Johnny Osbourne "African Wake"
Wayne McGhie & The Sounds Of Joy "Cool It"
The Supremes "Baby Love" (Bost & Bim Remix)
The Temptations & The Steadys "My Girl"
Diana & King Storm "Keep Me Hangin On"
Frankie Zhivago Young "Hello Stranger"
Dennis Brown "Silhouettes"
John Holt "Knock Knock"
The Drastics vs. Miachael Jackson "Rock With You"
April Fulladosa "Sunlit Horizon"
Wayne Jarrett "Magic In The Air"
Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson "Vildgolia (Deaf, Dumb & Blind)"
Beres Hammond "Aint It Good To Know"


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Vibes Promotion on May 31st 2013 - SOUL SPECIAL!

Raggakings Reggae Dancehall RadioVibes Promotion with DrmZ

Reggae got Soul, right? So let me play my favourite Soul tunes and Rare Grooves for you. From the early 70's to mid 80's.
And if you are into Hip Hop you will probably know most of the tracks. Wu Tang Clan, Dr Dre, DJ Premier... the all sampled Soul. So keep your ears open and you will recognize some melodies, I´m sure. Enjoy!

01. Longfingah "Vibes Promotion Intro"
02. The Delfonics "Ready Or Not"
03. Ann Peebles "Trouble, Heartaches & Sadness"
04. The Charmels "I'll never Grow Old"
05. O.V. Wright "Let's straighten it out"
06. The Staple Singers "Lets Do It Again"
07. Teddy Pendergrass "Come Go With Me"
08. The Impressions "Sooner Or Later"
09. The Main Ingredient "Summer Breeze"
10. Quincy Jones "Summer In The City"
11. Labi Siffre "I Got The Blues"
12. Dynasty "Adventures In The Land Of Music"
13. Bar-Kays "Feeling Like I'm Falling In Love"
14. The Isley Brothers "Between The Sheets"
15. Barry White "I'm Gonne Love You Just A Little Bit More, Babe"
16. Groover Washington Jr. "Knucklehead"
17. Thom Bell & Frankie Bleu "Moses Theme"
18. Brenda Russel "A Little Bit Of Love"
19. George Duke "Reach For It"
20. Sylvia Striplin "You Can't Turn Me Away"
21. Ripple "It Sure Is Funky"
22. Patrice Rushen "Remind Me"
23. Claudja Barry "Love For The Sake Of Love"
24. Curtis Mayfield "Tripping Out"
25. Leon Haywood "I Want To Do Something Freaky To You"
26. Michael McDonald "I'll Keep Forgettin"
27. Earth, Wind & Fire "On Your Face"
28. Mtume "Juicy Fruit"
29. Sly Johnson "I Hear The Love Chimes"
30. Wendy Rene "After Laughter"
31. Mad Lads "Gone, The Promises Of Yesterday"
32. Ann Peebles "I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down"
33. Al Green "Love And Happiness"
34. The Dramatics "In The Rain"

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