2012-02-22T09:05:13-05:00 2012-02-22T08:21:31-05:00

Live at the Turntable Club [Album]

Today we have a new historical release for the vintage reggae fans. Live At The Turntable Club was produced by music legend Niney The Observer and is the first live album to ever be recorded in Jamaica. This album allows us a glimpse into the 1974 Kingston club scene; a time and place that could be considered the big bang of modern music.  The songs were mixed by King Tubby at his renowned studio on Dromilly Avenue and mastered in London at The Beatles’ Apple Studio on Saville Row. Here is the song Have Some Mercy by Delroy Wilson and also the dubby rasta reasoning Santa Massa Gone Ya (I Pray Thee) by Big Youth. 

      08 Have Some Mercy (Live)
Download: Delroy Wilson - Have Some Mercy (Live) 

      10 Santa Massa Gone Ya (I Pray Thee) Live
Download: Big Youth - Santa Massa Gone Ya (I Pray Thee) [Live]

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70's · Reggae

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Jenny Stoddard
9 years ago

such a fantastic album. thank you thank you thank you for keeping up with some reggae posts :) i love that i can come here and get my fix of ALL the music i love, keep it coming.

Shane
Shane
8 years ago
Reply to  Jenny Stoddard

Thanks for the love Jenny - we'll keep the reggae coming. Peace  
-Shane