the day of reggae in akron ohio on saturday july 8 was solid

the day of reggae in akron ohio on saturday july 8 was solid

am 10.07.2006 14:05:36 von rlam

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Re: the day of reggae in akron ohio on saturday july 8 was solid

am 12.07.2006 02:33:26 von Tim

key dread from jamaica
> headlined and sounded great with those blazing horns and good with that
> awesome band. the opening act that we followed was seefari from dayton
> ohio area.
> we added our brand of caribbean music - reggae et al- in between.
>
> giving thanks,
> --
> one love one peace
> roots-ee --- the ark band
> ( reggae )
>
>
> ***no one but ourselves can free our minds***
>I've been having trouble identifying a song, here are the lyrics of the
beginning of the song:

Keep up the pressure on the oppressor, keep it up. (2x)
Keep it up right and left,
Keep it up east and west,
Keep it up north and south,
You know what I'm talking about.

Hit them from within and hit them from without.
Hit them a yard and you hit them abroad,
Pull ou

Re: the day of reggae in akron ohio on saturday july 8 was solid

am 12.07.2006 07:35:34 von rlam

t for the community in inity...
--
one love one peace
roots-ee --- the ark band
( reggae )


***no one but ourselves can free our minds***
"Tim" <> wrote in message
news:qrXsg.3366$
> rlam, sounds like a great day. who played in mikey's backing band? were
> there a lot of dub effects?
>
> "rlam" <> wrote in message
> news:
>> the ark band was pleased to be on the bill where mikey dread from jamaica
>> headlined and sounded great with those blazing horns and good with that
>> awesome band. the opening act that we followed was seefari from dayton
>> ohio area.
>> we added our brand of caribbean music - reggae et al- in between.
>>
>> giving thanks,
>> --
>> one love one peace
>> roots-ee --- the ark band
>> ( reggae )
>>
>>
>> ***no one but ourselves can free our minds***
>>
>That's "Pressure" by Jimmy Cliff, available on his 1989-album-release
"Save Our Planet Earth".
Bless, Tom.


Todd wrote:
> I've been having trouble identifying a song, here are the lyrics of the
> beginning of the song:
>
> Keep up the pressure on the oppressor, keep it up. (2x)
> Keep it up right and left,
> Keep it up eas

Re: the day of reggae in akron ohio on saturday july 8 was solid

am 13.07.2006 04:37:51 von Tim

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> tim,
> mikey and the band were hot! better than i expected, :-)
> not many dub effects...
> all i know from what mikey said on stage is that the drummer was JA, the
> two horn players/sax and trombone were from miami and LA, very good,
> i think bassie/ralph? was from NC, and there was a keyboardist/JA? and a
> gits;
>
> good gig...very receptive and relaxed audience...
> reggae at its best for the community in inity...
> --
> one love one peace
> roots-ee --- the ark band
> ( reggae )
>
>
> ***no one but ourselves can free our minds***
> "Tim" <> wrote in message
> news:qrXsg.3366$
>> rlam, sounds like a great day. who played in mikey's backing band? were
>> there a lot of dub effects?
>>
>> "rlam" <> wrote in message
>> news:
>>> the ark band was pleased to be on the bill where mikey dread from
>>> jamaica headlined and sounded great with those blazing horns and good
>>> with that awesome band. the opening act that we followed was seefari
>>> from dayton ohio area.
>>> we added our brand of caribbean music - reggae et al- in between.
>>>
>>> giving thanks,
>>> --
>>> one love one peace
>>> roots-ee --- the ark band
>>> ( reggae )
>>>
>>>
>>> ***no one but ourselves can free our minds***
>>>
>>
>
>wish you guys would come through NC someday-the old Itals USA did it from
Ohio on a regular basis. great band, with a very cool drummer who used to
sing Legalize It.

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Re: the day of reggae in akron ohio on saturday july 8 was solid

am 13.07.2006 04:39:05 von Tim

com...
> tim,
> mikey and the band were hot! better than i expected, :-)
> not many dub effects...
> all i know from what mikey said on stage is that the drummer was JA, the
> two horn players/sax and trombone were from miami and LA, very good,
> i think bassie/ralph? was from NC, and there was a keyboardist/JA? and a
> gits;
>
> good gig...very receptive and relaxed audience...
> reggae at its best for the community in inity...
> --
> one love one peace
> roots-ee --- the ark band
> ( reggae )
>
>
> ***no one but ourselves can free our minds***
> "Tim" <> wrote in message
> news:qrXsg.3366$
>> rlam, sounds like a great day. who played in mikey's backing band? were
>> there a lot of dub effects?
>>
>> "rlam" <> wrote in message
>> news:
>>> the ark band was pleased to be on the bill where mikey dread from
>>> jamaica headlined and sounded great with those blazing horns and good
>>> with that awesome band. the opening act that we followed was seefari
>>> from dayton ohio area.
>>> we added our brand of caribbean music - reggae et al- in between.
>>>
>>> giving thanks,
>>> --
>>> one love one peace
>>> roots-ee --- the ark band
>>> ( reggae )
>>>
>>>
>>> ***no one but ourselves can free our minds***
>>>
>>
>
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July 14, 2006

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Re: the day of reggae in akron ohio on saturday july 8 was solid

am 15.07.2006 16:22:00 von Sounbwoy

12b92hdpgf2r267@corp.supernews.com...
> tim,
> mikey and the band were hot! better than i expected, :-)
> not many dub effects...
> all i know from what mikey said on stage is that the drummer was JA, the
> two horn players/sax and trombone were from miami and LA, very good,
> i think bassie/ralph? was from NC, and there was a keyboardist/JA? and a
> gits;
>
> good gig...very receptive and relaxed audience...
> reggae at its best for the community in inity...
> --
> one love one peace
> roots-ee --- the ark band
> ( reggae )
>
>
> ***no one but ourselves can free our minds***
> "Tim" <> wrote in message
> news:qrXsg.3366$
>> rlam, sounds like a great day. who played in mikey's backing band? were
>> there a lot of dub effects?
>>
>> "rlam" <> wrote in message
>> news:
>>> the ark band was pleased to be on the bill where mikey dread from
>>> jamaica headlined and sounded great with those blazing horns and good
>>> with that awesome band. the opening act that we followed was seefari
>>> from dayton ohio area.
>>> we added our brand of caribbean music - reggae et al- in between.
>>>
>>> giving thanks,
>>> --
>>> one love one peace
>>> roots-ee --- the ark band
>>> ( reggae )
>>>
>>>
>>> ***no one but ourselves can free our minds***
>>>
>>
>
>UNRELEASED SKATALITES ALBUM DISCOVERED

Rolling Steady With The Skatalites: The 1983 Music Mountain Sessions

Motion is extremely excited to announce the release of an album
recorded in 1983 when the Skatalites reformed to appear at Jamaica's
Sunsplash Festival.
Ten tracks were recorded at Music Mountain studio under the guidance of
producer/promoter Tony Owens. Eight tracks were f

Re: the day of reggae in akron ohio on saturday july 8 was solid

am 16.07.2006 00:35:05 von rlam

/> ***no one but ourselves can free our minds***
"Sounbwoy" <> wrote in message
news:cS6ug.8478$
> Yeah. Ralph is out of NC. Wicked Bassie, and SINGS as well as plays. He's
> putting on a Reggae Show next Saturday in Chapel Hill at the Wetlands. I
> made a post about it a couple days ago. I'll be there.
>
> "rlam" <> wrote in message
> news:
>> tim,
>> mikey and the band were hot! better than i expected, :-)
>> not many dub effects...
>> all i know from what mikey said on stage is that the drummer was JA, the
>> two horn players/sax and trombone were from miami and LA, very good,
>> i think bassie/ralph? was from NC, and there was a keyboardist/JA? and a
>> gits;
>>
>> good gig...very receptive and relaxed audience...
>> reggae at its best for the community in inity...
>> --
>> one love one peace
>> roots-ee --- the ark band
>> ( reggae )
>>
>>
>> ***no one but ourselves can free our minds***
>> "Tim" <> wrote in message
>> news:qrXsg.3366$
>>> rlam, sounds like a great day. who played in mikey's backing band? were
>>> there a lot of dub effects?
>>>
>>> "rlam" <> wrote in message
>>> news:
>>>> the ark band was pleased to be on the bill where mikey dread from
>>>> jamaica headlined and sounded great with those blazing horns and good
>>>> with that awesome band. the opening act that we followed was seefari
>>>> from dayton ohio area.
>>>> we added our brand of caribbean music - reggae et al- in between.
>>>>
>>>> giving thanks,
>>>> --
>>>> one love one peace
>>>> roots-ee --- the ark band
>>>> ( reggae )
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> ***no one but ourselves can free our minds***
>>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>Hi all,

Here is DJ SassoReggae, and want say thx for who post this message here
and all that checked my station.

And about missed ladies, i promisse make another WOMEN IN REGGAE
playlist, the PART II with more 50 songs.

Jah bless all... and l