Jah Works Radio 12/10/10 w/ special guest Wayne Wonder
Wayne Wonder joins us as the special guest on this week’s edition of Jah Works Radio. During the interview, we discuss his early days living in Rae Town, what it was like cutting his first singles with King Tubby, his new single “If I ever”, and much more. Listen to the interview at about the half hour mark of the show.
Two hot riddims from 2010 (“City Life” and Ghetto Steam”) start out the show this week, with big tunes from Queen Ifrica, Natel, and Ras Myrdak among others. Soon after, the spotlight is on Wayne Wonder as he joins us for an exclusive interview. All the talk about the old days of niceness in the dancehall inspires an old school dancehall set soon after the Wayne Wonder interview, featuring artists like Lloyd Hemmings, Sugar Minott, Johnny Osbourne, and Al Campbell. The last set of the show is straight ROOTS with wicked cuts from Jacob Miller, Prince Irey, Pat Kelly, and Jimmy Cliff ends the show with his beautiful “Sitting in limbo”.
This is the official end of the show at midnight, BUT I decided to go late night style and take it a bit longer. The rest of the show is straight vibes with no talking. The last 45 minutes of the show probably features the most crucial set of the show, but you won’t find the playlist for this. Just check it – trust me!
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Playlist available at: http://wrmc.middlebury.edu/playlists/13878