February 28, 2017

Barrington Levy Roots, Reality, and Culture – Reggae Lover Podcast Episode 36

Barrington Levy is one of the only reggae singers to have great success throughout the entire decade of the the 1980s. He recorded prolifically with many of his releases topping charts in Jamaica and the UK while he maintained his relevance in the dancehall from then until now.

Barrington Levy

A Reggae Lover Podcast listener suggested that I feature Barrington’s work, so I have selected this portion of tunes which highlights some of my favorite reality tunes and features many of the Joe Gibbs and Volcano roots recordings. A follow-up mix that covers lovers rock will be coming soon.


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Barrington Levy Playlist:

1 Now A Days
2 Don’t Fuss or Fight
3 Do Good
4 Murderer
5 Too Poor
6 Praise His Name
7 Sensimelea
8 Under Me Sensi
9 Collie Weed
10 Dont Pretend
11 Mine Your Mouth
12 This Little Boy
13 Jah Is With Me
14 Prison Oval Rock
15 Money Move
16 Teach The Youths
17 Black Roses
18 My Time

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Filed under: Mixtapes, Podcasts, reggae Tagged: Barrington Levy, Channel One, George Phang, Henry Junjo Lawes, Joe Gibbs, reggae podcast, Roots Radics, Roots reggae, Sly & Robbie, Trojan Records, Volcano Records

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