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Categorie archives: Poca TV

  • Friday March 5, 2010

    The Ethiopians were founded by Leonard Dillon and Stephen Taylor
    around 1966 and started recording for Clement ‘Coxsone’ Dodd. After
    that they worked with several other studio’s amongst who Lee Perry’s.
    This is a 1986 compilation with their music from between 1966 and 1972.
    When Ska was starting to change, late sixties, Ethiopians’ sound
    was hot and leaning towards rocksteady. I think two or three songs were
    already on the album ‘Everything Crash’ which I recently re-uploaded.
    Tomorrow evening, saturday 6th, I’ll be doing a reggae and dub evening
    with Sista Poca from Poca TV, check her out here. It takes place in a tiny
    coffeeshop called Andorra in Hilversum. Fat Back Pumping Dub and Reggae
    accompanied by coffee and some sweet smoke, I’m looking forward to it.


    1 Free man
    2 Train to Skaville
    3 Engine 54
    4 Come on now
    5 Train to glory
    6 The whip
    7 Everything crash
    8 Things a get bad to worse
    9 Well red
    10 One
    11 Hong Kong flu
    12 Gun man
    13 What a fire
    14 Woman capture man
    15 Feel the spirit
    16 Drop him
    17 Good ambition
    18 No baptism
    19 The selah
    20 Pirate
    21 The word is love


    Posted by Moos
    at 10:54 PM