Natty DJ Queen Henningham Sharing Some Musical Favourites

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Natty DJ Queen Henningham Sharing Some Musical Favourites

These tunes will provoke many in the dance memories from 70s and 80s!

1981 Freddy Clarke - I'm Never Gonna Change My Mind [HQ]

๐ŸŽถ Lovers Rock Reggae ๐ŸŽถ will feature reggae ballads. I also have a Reggae channel for faster pace reggae. See my PLAYLISTS of music organised by decade to appeal to all age groups. Also check out my other CHANNELS based on music genre or tempo. These video postings have been created by Digital Music Jukebox, a Microsoft Windows application I wrote to provide an immersive visual experience to accompany audio. Now I don't have to search for the vinyl or cause further wear to the records, and yes, some CDs. I have been using it for years but the lockdown meant I had time to update and improve it. The player is automatic with optional enhancements: cross-fading, sound transitions effects, spinning vinyl record, images of the artists and a brief narrative. But you can get more involved if you want, allowing any novice to take control. This makes it great for parties, social gatherings or just by yourself. I've received very positive feedback from friends and family.

Keith Hudson - Bloody Eyes

from Rasta Communication; a fairly simple slideshow set to the song, which is about how there is nothing wrong with cannabis users. We are people just like you.

Freddie McGregor Jogging - Tuff Gong 12 Inch 1980

Freddie McGregor - Jogging One of my all time favourite Freddie McGregor tracks recorded back in 1980 at Tuff Gong. Mellow roots at its finest.

Gregory Isaacs - Slave Master

Gregory Isaacs - Slave Master Every time I hear the music and I make a dip, a dip Slave master comes around and spank I with his whip, the whip But if I don't get my desire Then I'll set the plantations on fire My temperature is getting much higher Got to get what I require 'Cause every time we do the work sometimes we are hurt, oh yeah Boss never do a thing but hold on to his girth But if I don't get my desire Then I'll set the plantations on fire My temperature is getting much higher Got to get what I require Every time I hear the music and I move my hip, my hip Slave master comes around and spank I with his whip, a whip Slave master, I'm the shepherd of my pasture I say you work me to scorn so long me make me gwaan 'cause I'm accustomed to your whip But if I don't get my desire Then I'll set the stations on fire My temperature is getting much higher Got to get what I require

Alton Ellis - Breaking up is hard to do-Studio One Reggae

Sweet sweet flute solo you HAVE TO HEAR! Breaking up is hard to do Alton Ellis Label: Studio One looking for SKA or REGGAE song or artist?contact me and i will put a video up of your request! Please comment, rate, and subscribe. Thank you!

I've Got A Joy

Provided to YouTube by VP Records I've Got A Joy ยท Fred Locks Black Star Liner โ„— 2012 VP Music Group, Inc Auto-generated by YouTube.

Fred Locks - Black Star Liner - 1976 (Full)

1- Black Star Liners (Extended) 2- Vision Of Redemption 3- I've Got A Joy 4- Songs Of The Almighty 5- Sing-A-Long 6- True Rastaman 7- Don't Let Babylon Use You 8- Walls 9- Wolf Wolf 10- Time To Change

SUGAR MINOTT - Ghetto-ology [1979]

BLACK ROOTS 7 Lincoln Minott production available @ https://www.patate-records.com/

Sugar Minott
Alton Ellis
Bob Marley
Al Campbell
Mighty Diamonds
Fred Locks
Delroy Washington
Jah Stitch
Tabby Cat Kelly
Keith Hudson
In Crowd
Junior Byles
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