Jah Works Radio 1/6/12

We start the new year with a powerful tune from Teddy Afro paying respect to the honorable Robert Nesta Marley.  Teddy Afro, one of the great voices of Ethiopia, was released from prison in 2009 after serving nearly 2 years as a political prisoner.  Strictly roots follows with Bob Marley and The Wailers, Judah Eskender, The Ethiopians, Noel Ellis, Don Carlos, Sugar Minott, The Rastafarians and The Viceroys.  Next up we check out The Congos and Pura Vida’s new combination album, with its incredibly rootical sound.  New music follows from Yami Bolo and Million Stylez on the Bellyfull Riddim, Princess Menen, Itaweh, Derajah, Tarrus Riley, Khago and more.  More roots and culture continues on this special extended New Year edition of the show, including the new anthem from Richie Stephens and Gentleman.  Happy New Year to the massive and Jah Bless!

Click this link to listen or right click and “save target as” to download: http://www.archive.org/download/D-ROJahWorksRadio1_6_12/JahWorksRadio1612.mp3

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10 Responses to “Jah Works Radio 1/6/12”

  1. best riddim yet-
    long time listener – north of the 49 parallel

  2. D RO nice work on the blog, podcast and interviews!

  3. 974 Lite(r) Says:

    Hey D-Ro!
    All the best for this new year, and many thanx for having enyoded us all the past year!!
    Greatings from the Reunion island

  4. 974 Lite(r) Says:

    From shore to shore like the song of JahMali!! Sounds really good!

  5. anyone knows the name of the song from min 33:07

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