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Jah Works Radio 1/13/12 MLK Special with King Lemuel

Posted in Downloads, Interviews, Podcasts, Radio Shows with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 15, 2012 by jahworksradio

This week’s show is a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for his great works and inspiration.  Standing in solidarity, we can achieve great things and MLK truly united the people in the fight against racial oppression and segregation in this country.  We always remember his works.  We also have a very special guest joining us this week in King Lemuel, my good friend and talented artist from Puerto Rico.  Highlights of the show include MLK’s I Have A Dream speech played in segments throughout the show mixed over dubwise music.  Also featured on this edition is Capleton, Zebulun, Zion, Fyakin, Queen Omega, The Heptones, Apple Gabriel, Jr Delgado, Augustus Pablo, Anthony Que, Tarrus Riley, Garnett Silk and much more.  Livication this week also goes out to the massive in Nigeria.  Our prayers are with you.  Jah Bless.

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Jah Works Radio 1/14/11 MLK Special

Posted in Downloads, Radio Shows with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 16, 2011 by jahworksradio

This week’s show is a special tribute show in memory of the great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  We get started in a roots foundation with Jack Ruby and the Black Disciples, taking us right into the Persuasion’s beautiful accapella “Buffalo Soldier”.  Other roots artists featured on the show this week include Justin Hinds & The Dominoes, Lacksley Castell, Mikey Ras Starr and Freddie McGregor, among others.  New music this week comes from Mykal Rose, Duane Stephenson, Chezidek, and riding the Billie Jean Riddim we hear from Sizzla, Lutan Fyah, and Daddy Rings.

Above all, we concentrate on keeping the show in line with the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and pay our respects to the man who did so much for us as a people.  We coninue to do our best to follow in your footsteps, Martin.

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