Jah Works Radio 10/26/12 with Bambu Station

This week we bring to the massive a monumental show, featuring a crucial interview with Jalani Horton, lead singer of Bambu Station.  We start out the show with a set of V.I. artists, with tunes from Bambu Station, Ras Batch and Ras Attitude.  Next up we hear new music from Everton Blender, Mr. Williamz, Million Stylez, Apache Indian, U Roy and Harrison Stafford, Singer Jah and Beres Hammond.  We follow this with one more tune from Bambu Station, which leads us into the interview with their lead singer, Jalani Horton.  During the interview, we discuss the change in the music scene in the Virgin Islands since the band’s conception in 1996, the history specific to the Virgin Islands related to African slavery, freedom and culture, their beautiful new album Children Of Exodus, the role of music in the world of today, and much more.  During Round 2 of this very rootical show big tunes come in from artists like Kharri Kill, Perfect, Ginjah, Gideon Jah Rubbal, Prince Alla, The Congos, Culture, The Gladiators, Rupert Reid, Horace Andy, Lucky Dube, Bitty McLean, Cocoa Tea and much more.  Thanks for listening and being part of the family.  Many blessings to you and yours…

Listen here:

Download here: right click and “save target” as to download here: http://archive.org/download/D-ROJahWorksRadio10_26_12withBambuStation/JahWorksRadio102612.mp3

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2 Responses to “Jah Works Radio 10/26/12 with Bambu Station”

  1. dj ras witty Says:

    thx maan good work ur doing.
    i love intro..jahwaks,jahwaks..mmh magnificent!
    Jah bless

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