Welcome to Gridlock! They call it murder…
A state of the capital address about London, 2012, Babylon and ting. Righteous music from roots reggae to dubstep, soul, rock and gothabilly & psychobilly (and two Orchestras and some funky dubby jaxz from Miles Davis!) celebrating Jamaica’s 50th birthday and Red, Gold and Green rather than Bronze, Gold and Silver.
“The man who worships silver and gold, shall surely, surely, surely lose his own soul, Then fade away”. (and a track I forgot to play on this podcast! Bless you Junior Byles).
I don’t play enough Jamaican music so inspired by David Rodigan here is a dubtastic podcast.
Babylon and on and on and on (re-record not fade away) (2:15 – 139Mb)
- The Orb – Golden Clouds 81 Neutronz Remix
- Alborosie – Kingston Town
- Culture – Lionrock
- Kulture – Steppin Outta Babylon
- DJ Schmolli – Get Up Youth (Bob Marley VS P.O.D. VS Friction)
- Ms Doll – Barbie Bonfire (Knife Party vs Aqua)
- Anna Meredith – Nautilus
- Meat Beat Manifesto – Radio Babylon (Beach Blanket Bimboland mix)
- Blasters – Dark Night
- Ted Leo & the Pharmacists – Where Have All The Rude Boys Gone
- The Maytals – Pressure Drop
- UB40 – One in Ten
- The Redskins – Bring It Down!
- The Pioneers – Time Hard
- Ted Leo & The Pharmacists – Loyal To My Sorrowful Country
- Demented Are Go – Crazy Horses
- Skatalites And Don Drummond – Occupation
- The Rev. Horton Heat – Cowboy Love
- Linval Thompson – I Love Marijuana
- Sugar Minott – The People Ought To Know
- The Mekons – Empire Of The Senseless
- Burning Spear – Slavery Days
- Prince Far I – Bendel Dub
- Miles Davis – Black Satin
- Electric Light Orchestra – 21st Century Man
- Akala – Find No Enemy
- Jimmy Cliff – Many Rivers To Cross
- Penguin Cafe Orchestra – Pandaharmonium