Songs Available As Ringtones

December 2007 – San Jose, CA – After many years technology has finally found the Legendary Reggae singer Edi Fitzroy. Edi has created many Albums and even more singles over the last 26 years, and now seven of his all time classics can be purchased as single MP3’s or full album MP’s everywhere online.

Coming Up Strong (1984), Eclipse (1991) and Pollution (1995) are all Edi Fitzroy Albums that were only published as LP’s. Now you can find these complete Albums digitally mastered and sold as MP3’s on iTunes, Napster, eMusic, Rhapsody and hundreds of more MP3 online outlets.

Along with the exclusive LP releases, First Class Citizen (1982), Deep In Mi Culture (1993), We A Lion (2001) and Hold The Vibes (2006) have also been digitally distributed to major MP3 outlets world wide.

These classic Albums include some of Edi’s biggest hits, such as “Princess Black”, “Miss Molly”, “First Class Citizen”, Youth Man”, and so many more.

Here is a short list of places and networks Edi’s back catalog can be found for individual song downloads and ringtones:

Audio Lunchbox

BitTorrent

eMusic

Groovemobile Delivery

Hi5 Networks

imeem

iTunes Music Store

Last.fm

Mix and Burn

Music IP

Napster

Navio Download (gBox)

Passalong (Songtouch)

Rhapsody

Rogers Wireless

Ruckus Network

Snocap (Snocap/Myspace

Sony

Soundflavor

SpotDJ

 

IDC
The Independent Distribution Collective (IDC) is the main distributor for Edi Fitzroy’s newest album “Hold The Vibes”. “Hold The Vibes” is in stores coast to coast. IDC has revolutionized the independent music distribution business as a whole. Using the "Strength in Numbers" concept, and employing grassroots and industry tested practices, IDC has created a whole new avenue for current and next generation artists who are trying to bring their music to the public. To find out more about IDC, please visit their website http://www.independentdistro.com.

King Step Recordings
KSR (King Step Recordings) is a record label founded from necessity; a necessity for more conscious Reggae; a necessity for quality independent original Reggae, and a necessity for more love in the world. We are but soldiers in the Reggae Revolution spreading our messages of equal rights and justice. Feel free to contact us about anything. Give thanks to all.

KSR is based in California and was founded in December 2005 by Adam Heller. Adam is also the founder of the well-known site ReggaeDj.com that has been serving the Reggae community since 2003.

 

Contact info:

Adam Heller

info@kingsteprecordings.com

http://www.kingsteprecordings.com

 

 

 

 

PRESS RELEASE

Saturday, December 1, 2007 3:50 PM

     What we need is Love and a conscious messenger!  Love and Reggae is what we are receiving through the masterful sounds of Mobay's own Reggae SuperStar – Mackie Conscious.

    

The word out of Jamaica is that singer, songwriter and producer Mackie Conscious luck has changed. The singer who sings "Lucky mi nuh lucky" is at last receiving the recognition needed to finally put him on the same platform as his peers.

 After his appearance in October at  two of Jamaica's major concerts, Mackie has been receiving rave reviews from fans and news media across the globe;acknowledging Mackie's tremendous reggae conscious contribution.

Most noticeable was Mackie's performance at the "Tribute to Peter Tosh"  held at Independence Park, Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland, on Friday October 19, 2007.  Quoting some of the most powerful words to date from Jamaica Star News Editor –  Adrian Frater in regards to Mackie Conscious musical magnetism.  He says "Luciano and Mackie Conscious were both quite compelling as musical messengers". He goes on to say that "Tosh's nephew Edge Michael and Mackie Conscious, delivered excellent sets and offered dazzling Tosh moments. While the mature-sounding Edge Michael raised goose-pimples with his delivery of Reggaemilitis, the commanding Mackie Conscious brought the house down with Equal Rights and Justice".  Jamaica Star News – October 22, 2007

 In this same article under the heading High-quality performer, Adrian Frater says: "Mackie Conscious, who must be the best artiste in Jamaica without a number one hit, reminded the audience that a Lucky Me Nuh Lucky and Can't Be A King and No Royal".

 In this same article under the heading High-quality performer, Adrian Frater says: "Mackie Conscious, who must be the best artiste in Jamaica without a number one hit, reminded the audience that a Lucky Me Nuh Lucky and Can't Be A King and No Royal".

Mackie Conscious, continues to amaze audiences with the maturity of his performances, showed off his full musical prowess as he not only used his uniquely distinguished voice to get his message across to his listening audience. Mackie being a master  Bass Guitar player, is also known to deliver wickedly with the drum and bass sound. Confirming once again that he is a well rounded and versatile reggae performer.  Another media personality stated "an artist of this caliber should not be opening any shows, he should be a headliner as well". Super producer Flava who works with artists such as Queen Ifrica and Gyption said "Mackie is one of the best artist he have seen in a long time".

With such commanding live performances and media acknowledgment Mackie as of late has been receiving much recognition on the worldwide reggae scene both from his peers and the media. Most recently with the inception of appearing on the Suzie "Q" – T. V. Show – telecast in Jamaica and across the globe; showcasing the release "Lucky me nuh Lucky".

It's no wonder that all this attention about Mackie's conscious vibes has brought on the invitation to perform at this year's World Class Reggae Event – Jamaica Guinness Sting 2007, it's no doubt Sting is needing a conscious vibe and no doubt Mackie Conscious will do just that; bring a very Conscious Vibe to this event which is looking to pull over 40,000 attendees in Jamaica – December 2007. Fitting is the theme chosen for the event this year "UNITY THEME"  at Jamworld, Portmore St. Catherine December 26, 2007. Updates on the concert will be posted on the website wwwstingjamaica.com.jm.

Recently I was speaking with Mama Asid of "Bad Gals Radio" out of Detroit, Michigan USA; speaking of Mackie Conscious she says "Mackie Conscious is a sweetheart, just like Mikey Dread, Mackie Conscious fans sees him as one of them, so humble and peaceful is he, it's no wonder the fans love him so''.

I to can attest to this fact about Mackie Conscious people effectivity; I was so impressed with Mackie that I made it my mission to introduce him to my boss Mikey Dread. Mikey in turn checked out his sounds and linked up with him and so begins, Mackie's introduction to our very close knit USA family which also includes the Inner Visions Reggae Band.  Mikey Dread himself was impressed with his sounds and performance and had planned on bringing Mackie Concscious on tour with him this year; prior to his illness. If there is anyone who would know the special ness a Reggae Artist is bringing to the table, it would be the Dread at the Controls himself  Mikey Dread; who's produced and groomed many artists over his 30 years in the entertainment business.

The world is waiting for the release of what Mackie has to offer. With that in mind we are pleased to announce that fans can now hear Mackie's music not only in Jamaica, but in countries such as Belgium, Germany, Australia, Africa, London, U.S, Canada and many more. Deejay's the world over is requesting Mackie's songs for airplay.

Mackie Conscious is true Conscious son, here to spread love around the world right under the Jamaican Sun!

Sample Mackie Conscious videos and sounds at: www.myspace.com/mackieconscious or

www.mackieconscious.com

Manager
Patrick D. Robb
CEO/Manager
Sinai Records Inc.
954-591-6067
646-734-6961
876-385-0389
prdrobb87@optonline.net
www.mackieconscious.com
www.myspace.com/mackieconscious

Publicist

Mushiya
Jobe Enterprises
P.O. Box 600542
Dallas, Texas 75360-0542

www.myspace.com/mushiya

www.mikeydread.com
www.innervisionsreggae.com
www.dubmusic.com
www.mackieconscious.com
214-342-5638
469-767-9730
+44-762-419-6975
mojamaica@msn.com
mojamaica@peoplepc.com

 

Official News Release Regarding Mikey Dread

On November 13, 2007, in classic, by E
For Immediate Release:
Saturday October 27, 2007 12:46PM 
This is  an Official News Release from the  "Dread At The Controls, Inc."
     For months now, many of you have made inquiries about the Internationally acclaimed Jamaican Reggae Legend Mikey Dread. Mikey believes that it is important that his fans/friends/ and supporters know about his current health condition and the treatment he is currently undergoing, and what has happened to him since July, 2007
   
    There is certainly good news coming out of the DATC camp. The good news is that Monika's and  Mikey's son was born healthy and strong on October 12, 2007 and he will run "Dread at the Controls "in the future.

     The bad news is that Mikey Dread has been diagnosed with a Brain Tumor. He is in the care of the best Doctors at Duke University in North Carolina and is undergoing chemotherapy. Mikey is working towards recovery and does not give up his faith in God. God is watching out for him.

Mikey Dread's fans can contact him through email:
mikey@mikeydread.com
www.myspace.com/datc
www.myspacecom/mikeydread
www.myspace.com/lifeisastagecd
www.mikeydread.com

According to Mikey Dread, "Dread at the Controls reggae music and dubs music continues to Break down the Walls, internationally"

This is an official News Release from "Dread At The Controls, Inc."

My respect and love still stand to you
Respects.
Mikey

To the Media: Please continue to contact Mushiya – Mikey's Publicist at (469) 767-9730 email: mojamaica@msn.com
  
Mushiya 
Jobe Enterprises
PO. Box 600542
Dallas, Texas 75360-0542
www.mikeydread.com
www.innervisionsreggaecom
www.dubmusic.com
www.mackieconscious.com
214-342-5638
469-767-9730
+44-762-419-6975
mojamaica@msn.com
mojamaica@peoplepccom
 

New Pressure Sounds release

On September 25, 2007, in leeperry, by E
'Rockstone' New CD release on Pressure Sounds
10th July 2007

Title: Rockstone (Native’s Adventures with Lee Perry at the Black Ark Late September 1977)

Artist: Native/Little Madness with Lee Perry
Release Date: 25 September 2007
Bar Code: CD 689492068721
Catalogue Number: PSCD56
Format: Single CD
Label: Pressure Sounds

'Rockstone' New CD release on Pressure Sounds
10th July 2007

Title: Rockstone (Native’s Adventures with Lee Perry at the Black Ark Late September 1977)

Artist: Native/Little Madness with Lee Perry
Release Date: 25 September 2007
Bar Code: CD 689492068721
Catalogue Number: PSCD56
Format: Single CD
Label: Pressure Sounds

Wayne Jobson was born in Jamaica and grew up in the hills of the parish of St. Ann about nine miles from Nine Mile the birthplace of Bob Marley. His cousin, Dickie Jobson, started Island Records with Chris Blackwell and, at one time, managed Bob Marley & The Wailers while another cousin, Diane Jobson, was Bob Marley’s lawyer. When he was young Wayne spent time jamming with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh and they inspired him to get into the music business. He formed the bands Little Madness and Native and the Little Madness track ‘Mother Country’ was re-released last year on Pressure Sounds’ Tommy Cowan compilation ‘Life Goes In Circles’ (PSCD/LP52)

The music on this album was recorded at various studios with engineers and producers that have subsequently become legends of reggae music: Lee Perry at the Black Ark, Errol ‘Errol T’ Thompson at Joe Gibbs’ studio, At Channel One with the Hookim brothers and with Wayne's friend and local North Coast producer Jack Ruby and his in house band The Black Disciples famed for their work with Burning Spear.

Wayne explained how he came to record at the Black Ark with The Upsetter Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry:

“One night in August 1977 Boris Gardner took me on a trip to see Lee 'Scratch' Perry at his Black Ark Studio in the Washington Gardens section of Kingston. The Black Ark was like a medieval space station with Scratch at the controls voicing the U.K. artist Robert Palmer. I watched in amazement as Scratch drove the mixing board like a Formula One racing car and extracted his mystical sound. Paul McCartney had been in the week before to work with Scratch on the little four track machine so you can be sure that it was the MAN and not the machine that was creating the magic here!! After the session I got up enough courage to tell Scratch that I had some songs to play for him on my acoustic guitar. He listened and then declared ‘I want to work with you because you are an Arawak Indian!’ I assured him that I was an Arawak Indian (of course I am not) and he said to come back in a few days to record.”

Wayne returned and the session took place as the in house Black Ark musicians were joined by Wayne on vocals and guitar. Songs such as ‘Rockstone’ and ‘Late September In May’ show Wayne as a thoughtful imaginative writer with a soulful voice and demonstrate Lee Perry’s adventurous spirit and willingness to always try new things. The tracks are imbued with that classic late Black Ark sound and these Native recordings are released here for the first time.

‘Rockstone’ is a unique release, full of the true spirit of Jamaica and its people of all backgrounds, ‘Out Of Many We Are One’, and Native and Little Madness were multi-cultural long before it was fashionable or profitable. Wayne has written the sleeve notes for the booklet and this release comes complete with the usual top quality Pressure Sounds packaging and remastering highlighting this unusual album.

Wayne Jobson is now a hugely respected DJ in Los Angeles and has been involved with various projects including ‘Red X’ the Peter Tosh movie on which he worked as producer and he is a constant contributor to and ambassador for Jamaican music and culture all around the world. We will leave the last word to Wayne:

“We had dreamed of this day from we had formed our first band in school to the matinee stage shows that we had attended at the Carib Theatre in Kingston listening in awe to superstars (to us anyway) such as The Techniques, The Paragons, The Gaylads, The Wailers, Ken Boothe and others… and now it looked as though it might just happen.”

Tracklisting CD only

Rock Stone (4.28) – Native
Black Tracks (4.11) – Native
Black Tracks Version (3.50) – Native
Great God Over In Zion (3.37) – Boston Jack
In A Strange Land (4.21) – Native
Late September In May (4.03) – Native
Late September In May Version (2.20) – Native
King Solomon's Mines (2.37) – Native
In The Land Of Make Believe (3.43) – Native
Piano Country (4.00) – Native/Little Madness
Meet Mr Nobody (4.15)Native
Meet Mr Nobody Version (4.20)-Native

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'Rockstone' New CD release on Pressure Sounds  10.07.07
New Releases  05.07.07
Ralston Stamma Haughton  23.05.07
'Drum Sound' PSCD/LP 55 Released on 25/6/07  20.04.07
More Keith Hudson on Pressure Sounds March 2007. 'Brand' LP plus a new 45  17.01.07
Pressure Sounds new release March 2007 'Nah Skin Up'  02.01.07
PSS013 'Jerusalem' by Devon Irons  07.09.06
Apha Fundraiser 21st October 2006  18.08.06
Gladdy Wax & Tighten Up Crew at The Carnival  18.08.06
Free Spanish Sound Clash in Valencia 16th Sept  15.08.06
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Interview with Adrian Sherwood

On August 3, 2007, in leeperry, by E

In this interview with Adrian Sherwood, Adrian talks about his solo career as well as his recent work with Lee Perry.

 

On May 12, 2007, in classic, by E

Rhygin Sound System May

 

Edi Fitzroy

On May 5, 2007, in classic, by E

Showcase album delivers uplifting old-school sound

 

San Francisco, CA – April 23, 2007 – King Step Recordings today announces the success of Edi Fitzroy’s new album “Hold The Vibes”. It showcases the collaboration Edi has enjoyed with a variety of musicians over the past decade. Edi explores his roots by re-creating an 80’s feel with lyrics that are uplifting and heartfelt. The album delivers the message that Edi Fitzroy is not just a performer; but an artist with a musical presence that transcends time. His songs have become a staple for Reggae enthusiasts everywhere, and “Hold The Vibes” further establishes Edi’s reputation as one of the greats. It is getting the airplay it deserves.

 

Edi commented on his music by saying, “I can’t sing fantasies when there is so much wrong on the earth. I must sing about things going on, I have to remind the people when they forget. I won’t stop trying to uplift the consciousness of my people, and all the oppressed people of the world. I want them to get up and stand up for their rights.”

 

In the past few months’ songs from “Hold The Vibes” have been hitting charts and making play lists on radio stations all over the world. Jamaica’s own Ire FM made “Hold The Vibes” the album of the month in January 2007 and Vibes FM has the album in rotation daily. The hit remake “The Gun (2006)” has been as high as No. 5 on Miami Florida’s WLRN 91.3 FM Top Ten Reggae Charts. Dj Ital K from WLRN’s popular radio show ‘Sounds of the Caribbean’ said, “Ed’s new release deserves to be charting everywhere. I get requests daily for songs from “Hold The Vibes”. It is solid music.”

 

Colorado’s KDUR (KDUR.org) “Lions Den Unlimited” radio show has had “Hold The Vibes” in their top 20 CD rotation since December 2006 and Bastafari Judah’s “Easy Skankin Roots Reggae Radio Show” in the Netherlands Antilles (PJD3 102.7 FM) loves the track “Chant Down Babylon” and plays it constantly. “Uptown Top Rankin Radio Show” in Irvine, CA and “Reggae Portugal Radio Show” (ReggaePortugal.com) has the new album in rotation. “Hold The Vibes” is also getting airplay in Toronto, New York and the San Francisco Bay Area.

 

The list goes on and on as Edi’s popularity reaches new heights. The album’s success is translating into a busy year for Edi. He is planning a US tour for Summer 2007. Look for Edi Fitzroy in a city near you soon.

 

“Hold The Vibes” can be found in better music stores in the US and online at http://wwwEdiFitzroy.com, http://www.BigUpRadio.com, http://www.CDBaby.com. Tracks from the CD can be downloaded from all major music download sites on the web.

 

IDC

The Independent Distribution Collective (IDC) is the main distributor for Edi Fitzroy’s new album “Hold The Vibes”. “Hold The Vibes” will be in stores coast to coast within weeks. IDC has revolutionized the independent music distribution business as a whole. Using the "Strength in Numbers" concept, and employing grassroots and industry tested practices, IDC has created a whole new avenue for current and next generation artists who are trying to bring their music to the public. To find out more about IDC, please visit their website http://www.independentdistro.com.

 

King Step Recordings

KSR (King Step Recordings) is a record label founded from necessity; a necessity for more conscious Reggae; a necessity for quality independent original Reggae, and a necessity for more love in the world. We are but soldiers in the Reggae Revolution spreading our messages of equal rights and justice. Feel free to contact us about anything. Give thanks to all.

 

KSR is based in California and was founded in December 2005 by Adam Heller. Adam is also the founder of the well-known site ReggaeDj.com that has been serving the Reggae community since 2003.

Contact:
Adam Heller
King Step Recordings
408-250-7949
info@kingsteprecordings.com
www.KingStepRecordings.com
www.ReggaeDj.com

 

Mushiya's Reggae Corner: Morgan Heritage Concert Review – Thursday April 19, 2007 Poor David's Pub – Dallas Texas

Saturday April 21, 2007 7:20pm cst
Reggae Fans worldwide! It is happening again, reggae rocking all night long from Dallas, we say we love you for the support!
     Dallas,Texas:  I was invited to KNON 89.3 Irie FM Dallas; Monday night Reggae Program – The International Dance Party, Hosted by the Trini man; DJ Mike D Magician. Why the invite? something special was in the air in the way of a Live interview with "Gramps" Morgan Heritage.
Give Thanks to "Gramps" for a most lively and informative Interview. The Interview received excellent feedback,so much so, it was re-broadcast on Wednesday night's  program, the African Forum with Host DJ Ima Uwagbai, Queen Mushiya and Bro."You".
The interview proved to be a Reggae Event appetizer! at 11:45pm Wednesday night people were still arriving at the station to purchase tickets.
The KNON 89.3 Radio Reggae Benefit Event featuring Morgan Heritage, is the brainchild of KNON Radio Manager –  Dave Chaos. 
First Let us Give Respect: always to the patriarch of the Morgan Heritage family – Denroy Morgan. Your love and guidance is abundant in the works of your Children
Moving on to the Concert:
Poor David's Pub – Dallas, Texas – Thursday night April 19, 2007: The opening act was KNON's own Tunde Obazee – Code Red Band. Having some background informaton and knowing Tunde for many years, my hat always go out to him. If you have ever caught a Tunde Obazee performance, you would know he is a very energetic performer. After speaking with him earlier in the day and learning that he had been a bit under the weather. I was a bit concerned that he was going to go through with the performance. He assured me that the show must go on. He said  "Mushi the show must go on" what a trooper. Sure enough went out and put on a solid show! peformed to his heart content and to the delight of the crowd. (JAH is surely on his side).
KNON Reggae Radio family in the House: DJ's Mike D Magician, Ras Ridi (the night's emcee), Jah Larry, Ima and  Everton
                                                    along with Bro. "You", Mike and The Queen's – Amy and Mushiya and Kenjah
Warming up:
Before Morgan Heritage took the stage – Irie Love did her thing. Unfortunately, I missed this performance.  Being the social butterfly I am, I was distracted by some long time friends from Jamaica. By surprise they came up to Dallas for this concert. I was too excited of their presence, I can only remember this happening one other time. That was in Montreal 2 years ago, when I was so excited to hang out with Brinsley Forde of Aswad fame. I was distracted and I missed Abijah's performance.(smile). I'm working on this distraction thing. 
                                                   
Main Attraction:
I'm sure St. Petersburg, Florida, New Orleans, Louisiana and Little Rock,Arkansas was sad to see Morgan Heritage leave their cities.  What I heard from my media pipeline is that each performance was hot. So sad to you all, but happy for us in Dallas, the guys were heading on the Road to the Big "D" Dallas,Texas for a  Special KNON 89.3 Irie FM – Reggae Benefit Event.
Also In Celebration of their new release Morgan Heritage "Live another Rockaz moment" The guys rolled into Dallas on their Morgan Heritage Tour Bus, (yes they arrived by ground, on a bus) to the excitement of every Reggae enthusiast in Dallas. Rasta's were out in full force. Again; where did those Rasta's come from? I really want to know. I'm living in Dallas a long while now and I never see so much Jamaican Rastas!! (outside of Jamaica) I was relishing the mood,the air of my brothers, pure Patois filling the air (sweet music to my ears) I guess it takes a group like this to bring them out.
For their first time performing in Dallas, Morgan Heritage came in strong! They sent out an invitation to the people,asking them Can you feel it?.  Can you hear it? telling them to Throw your hands up in the air and wave;show the world that you love REGGAE! Jump around if you Love Reggae.  That the people did. Not only did they throw their hands up in the air and wave, they jumped around for the entire time the band was on stage and truly showed that they not only loved Reggae but they were loving up the cool vibes pulsating from the stage.  For the hour and a half that the group was on stage,the crowd, never stopped jumping up, they hugged the stage, longing to be close, real close to the melodic reggae music throbbing from the stage. 
Mojo, Gramps, Peter and Lukes (Una did not perform at this event) did not let up, they gave the audience what they wanted, pure roots reggae music. The set started out with the song "Inna dem ting deh", followed by "Live up", "A man is still a man", "Jah works", "Don't haffi dread", "Hail Rastafari" (which sent a wave of Rasta flags flying high in the air). Next came the song "So much to come" followed by one of their most popular and ground breaking song "Down by the River" (which brought the crowd to frenzy), moving along smooth as butter to  "Reggae Bring back love", "One Spliff", "Psalms 23", "I'm coming Home", "Liberation", "Best Friend" and to the delight of the throng of ladies, holding tight to the front of  the stage "She's still Lovin' me" the set culminated with the song "Tell me how Come" . The people were definitely feeling the Vibes of the Morgan Heritage Band, not once did they sit down or show lack of interest. They rocked with them until the end and even a little after they left the stage, begging for more.
Respect is due to the group for the professional way in which they handle themselves. When we spoke to Gramps on Monday night, he said the show would start at 10:00pm sharp, (I had to see that) and guess what he was true to his word. The show started at 10:00PM Sharp!!!
 Morgan Heritage had the people them, jumping to the ceiling, saying what a wonderful feeling, it's safe to say; if the group's intention was to come to Dallas and rock the place, it was a evident by the crowd that the goal was accomplished 100%!
They certainly rocked the rhythm;as Morgan Heritage would say "It was another Rockaz Moment (or Rock A to the Z)! That is Reggae Music fully loaded and well covered. Rocking you from A to Z da'lings.
The special reggae treat of the night came in the form of their younger brother Lazza (LMS), what a treat that was, much reaction from the young ladies in the crowd. Lazza is yet another well nourished leaf from the musical family tree. Good things to come from this youth man, he has all the key ingredients,tight vocals and an extraordinary stage presence. It was clear from the moment he was brought on stage. All night long, the young ladies were holding tight to their positions front stage, maybe a couple times, move back and allow the Rasta's to take control. But, when Lazza's came out, not even a raving fire could have kept them from claiming their position, up front and center stage. Yes, I can definitely see the young man moving forward! Just like Kymani Marley, the break out Marley Brother. I see Lazza moving in this same direction, he's not only a wonderful performer, he's personable. Thanks Lazza for taking the time to take pictures. I like that humbleness!
Special message for "Gramps" give Thanks from myself (Queen Mushiya) and Mike D Magician for your hospitality. I know you guys were tired and needing to get on the road to Austin to catch some rest. So it was very sweet of you to take that precious time to Greet up myself and Mike D Magician after the show. Thanks! for telling the guard to let me through (smile). That guard was really serious about guarding you guys. I know how you guys are about guarding your privacy, so it was really a treat. Hey I felt like a Queen. (just teasing). Really, give Thanks for your hospitality and for the pictures. JAH speed to you guys for the rest of the Tour.
Link up to Morgan Heritage: www.morganheritagemusic.com – Guaranteed not to leave you hungry or thirsty for good Reggae music.
Big ups to: Diane Chance (St. Thomas, Jamaica),Miguel (Honduras). Moses (Jamaican) (who provided the delightful food for the Band), Roland (owner of Caribbean Grill), DJ Qb (representing the More Fiyah Crew), MC Steady Rankin (Jamaica)(Reggaemusiciams.com), The Trini's Alfred and Beverly, Promoter Rasta T., Carl Boodram and Paul (more Trini men),Elaine's Kitchen, Caribbean Grill and Irie Connections for all of your support of the event.
Mushiya Photo moments compliments by Alicia McCracken
Nuff respect to my Dad  – who continues to encourage my path and instill in me the repect for our Jamaican culture.
My Boss, My Mentor and My Hero – Mikey Dread! – If it was not for your influence I would still be the shy one. With your constant pushing and encouragement over the years I've grown 10 folds! It was Mikey who taught me to stop look, listen and feel the crowd, this is how you vibe. Walk with your eyes and ears. Give Thanks for your presence in my life.
Reggae music promotes, Love, Harmony, Unity and Peace.
                                                                    Livicated to:
Simeon Campbell of Port Antonio Jamaica, March 1906 – March 2007, 101 years of age
Respect
Queen Mushiya
Mushiya
Jobe Enterprises
P.O. Box 600542
Dallas, Texas 75360-0542
www.mikeydread.com
www.innervisionsreggae.com
www.dubmusic.com
www.mackieconscious.com
www.knon.org
214-342-5638
469-767-9730
+44-762-419-6795
mojamaica@msn.com
mojamaica@peoplepc.com

 

Interview & Review

On December 28, 2006, in leeperry, by E

Here's another Interview with Lee Scratch Perry. The same author also wrote a very nice Review of Panic in Babylon.