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House of Reggae Pt. 126 – Soul Special

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It’s often said that if many of the great reggae vocalists who recorded in the 60’s and 70’s had been born in America, then they would have been as big as the likes of Curtis Mayfield, Otis Redding and Marvin Gaye and so I’m going to try and prove that theory today, as I’ve dug deep and pulled out some of my favourite soulful Jamaican records in the House of Reggae’s Soul Special… Jackie Mittoo – Henry The Great
Jimmy Cliff – Many Rivers To Cross
Jackie Opel – Cry Me A River
Jackie Opel – Came Back Where You Belong
The Maytals – Daddy
Johnny Osbourne – We Need Love
Ken Parker – Count Your Blessings – version
Slim Smith – Pity In The City
Glen Miller – Where Is The Love
Beres Hammond – One Step Ahead
Marcia Griffiths – Send Me Some Loving
Bob Andy – I Would Be A Fool
Jackie Edwards – Your Eyes Are Dreaming
Jackie Opel – Shelter In The Storm Log on to www.reggaeworldmusic.com every Friday between 8 – 10pm UK time to hear the House of Reggae live. Thanks, Ian

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