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24 2005 R&B You Don`t Love Me Dawn Penn 162.0 Bassest DUB Reggae 2006 Reggae Dub Under Me Sleng Teng Wayne Smith 162.7 Massive Jointz Reggae Big Up Shaggy 197.9 The Best Of Part 1 2002 Reggae some of my personal forgotten favs........ General Degree - Traffic Blocking Wayne Wonder - Saddest Day Burro Banton - Boom wah dis Yellowman - Zunguzung Frankie Paul - Cassandra General Degree - Granny Pan Head - Punny Printer Red Fox - Down In Jamaica Tanya Stephens - Yuh Nuh Ready Fi Dis Yet Terry Ganzie - Who So Ever May Come John Wayne - Call The Police Dennis Brown - Revolution Buju Banton & Carol Gonzales- No Second Class Love Gregory Issacs - Night Nurse Johnny Osborne - No Ice Cream Sound Maddy Maddy Cry - Papa San Althia & Donna - Uptown Top Ranking you guys might enjoy this old to the new reggae mix I did earlier this year:
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Hopefully, one of you guys can remember the song, anyone? does anyone know the song with these lyrics and who sings it, it's from early 1990s??? I have been looking for this song that came out in the early 90s, I think titled "More" I don't know who the male Artist is. I did note the time as pm when they played a fantastic song. J say it was from a female artist no longer alive called SHIRLEY_____? I remember it going: "Feeling kinda horny boy, would you mind giving me the rammer I beg of you, Feeling kinda [fuckish?
I thought the singer was Gentleman but I have been searching all over with no results. I taped if from a Sunday radio reggae show that I always listened to.. It is a female singer, and my memory might be a bit foggy but it goes something like this. I was listening to a Reggae station in the area of Clifton, NJ and I didn't look at the name of the station. The only lyric that stands out is "I've got a fire burning in my soul." The song is really beautiful and sounds like the soulful female singers of the 60s. Looking for a song from somewhere between 19 by a female dancehall artist. Im thinking maybe some other artist took that part from the song, when Barrington sings "swingggg, woah" and added it one of their own songs? This mix will take you on a cruise around the carribean and keep you dancing the entire time.
Just Got Paid tenor saw ring the alarm Tenor Saw & Buju Banton Ring The Alarm (Remix) Tok Chi Chi Mon TOK She Blazing TOK Step Inna Di Club TOK Galang Gal Trilogy Riddim It's On-Sean Paul Unknown Do Not Sniff The Coke Wayne Wonder Enimies Wayne Wonder Feat LL Cool J No Letting Go-(Remix) Wayne Wonder, CNN, Mr Lex Anything Goes Wonder, Wayne No Letting Go Budy Bye Johnny Osbourne 82.4 Massive Jointz Reggae Buddy Bye Johnny Osbourne 82.8 SLENG TENG RIDDIM 1995 Reggae Bam Bam Sister Nancy 82.9 Reggae Belly Soundtrack Blues Mus Come A Road (Intro - Clean) Mr.
Vegas 92.1 Massive Jointz Reggae Heads High Mr Vegas 92.1 Other I'm In Love With A Man Nearly Twice My Age Shabba Ranks 92.2 Reggae Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) Beatle Juice 92.5 Pure Gold Oldies Heads High (CPR Re-Edit) Mr Vegas 92.7 Classic Party Rockers-Raggae Stylee Part 2 2006 Dance Hall Filthy Reggae Mega Mix Baltimore Club 92.9 " Baltimore Club No Games (Mixshow Edit) (Radio Edit) Serani 93.0 Diggz edit Reggae Action [CPR-024] Terror Fabulous feat. DJ Kool 95.0 Massive Cuts Reggae/Dancehall Bam Bam [Drums] Disco Tech 95.0 [email protected] Ignite It Sean Paul 95.0 Dancehall Extended Vol.