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Drink Wine - Various - Greatest Jamaican Beat (Vinyl, LP)

World Music. African Traditional. Indian Ocean. Others South American Traditional. West Indies. Visual Kei. Shibuya Kei. Sound Tracks. Others Countries. Old Music. Ancient Music. Various Items. Accessories for protection and cleaning. Transport packaging. Brush and Cleaners. Plastic sleeves for records. Plastic sleeves for CD.

Record Displays. Autograph Items. Special Records. Colored Vinyls. Gold Disc. Honorable mention: George Thorogood Written for the movie Murder at Vanities. California surf music covered by more than artists.

Not much in the way of lyrics, but a great party song and a great excuse to get out the salt shaker and lemon. Honorable mention: The Andrews Sisters. Easy to sing to, just follow the bouncing ball. Could arguably be said to have laid the groundwork for country music. This was originally a plantation song and became a popular nursery rhyme as well. Honorable mention: The Bel-Airs. Whether this was a traditional sea shanty or a fictional creation by Robert Louis Stevenson in his classic novel Treasure Island is uncertain.

Young Ewing Allison added more lyrics in , and a Broadway musical version of Treasure Island opened in with an extended version of the song credited to Allison and Walter. Drunken Sailor traditional Michael Dunn as Dr. One of the oldest known Anglo-Saxon sea-shanty. Honorable mention: The Windjammers. The lyrics were temporarily banned in by parents who feared the lyrics would encourage students to drink while they still had the chance. An old Slavic and German beerhall drinking song.

Honorable mention: Frank Yankovic. Honorable mentions: Guy Lombardo and Jimi Hendrix. A sad song, even though written in a major scale.

Honorable mention: Elvis Presley. Originally a hymn. Yes, even the national anthem of the United States has a link to alcohol. The melody, added later, comes from an old English drinking song. Honorable mentions: Jose Feliciano and Whitney Houston. And finally: 1.

But does the song have a darker side? Success quickly followed, and the jump from part-time to full time dealership saw the pair upgrade operations rapidly, from running monthly sidewalk sales from the bedsit of a former prostitute to owning a store space with its own shop front. By the turn of the millennium Dusty Groove was pretty much a bonafide real-life record shop, catering to a global cognoscenti of rare funk, soul, disco, jazz, Latin and African music aficionados.

One of the finest shops of its kind, Dusty Groove has been responsible for soundtracking more parties in the USA than pretty much anyone else, and now also run a reissue label that has revived records by Jorge Ben, Gal Costa and Dorothy Ashby among others. Check them out online here. Location: Shop No.

Following the Partition of India, the shop relocated to its current spot, atop a shoe shop, in the bustling, hyperactive Chandni Chowk district. Run by Anuj Rajpal, son of original founder Ramesh Rajpal, the shop has become something an institution with both locals and travelling collectors.

Tom D. Morgan, whose photographs are featured above, describes his overwhelming first visit:. Beautiful record artwork, stacks of 7 inches, tens of gramophones and an ambivalent manager Anuj Rajpal, reminiscent of Jack Black in High Fidelity , made the experience one that will not be soon forgotten. Special thanks to Tom D. Morgan for the brilliant photography and research. Go for: Curated and rare second hand soul, jazz, Brazilian, African and Latin records.

Paris is full of great small record shops with singular, authentic visions, and Superfly is no different. Active diggers themselves, individual needs are catered for when possible, resulting in a top notch reputation among the international vinyl community.

The store is now also the HQ for an active reissue label, bringing to life a wide variety of rare, private press or out of print records from Nigerian funk to Japanese jazz. Not the only shop to visit in the city by a long stretch but certainly one of the most exciting.

Location: Antena21 Bldg. Established in , Disk Union today is a sprawling network of vinyl shops spanning Shinjuku, Ochanomizu, Shibuya and since , Osaka city. Keeping going up for punk, hardcore and heavy metal and various derivatives. Contact: Facebook. Orange Street was the birthplace of reggae.

Dennis Brown and Prince Buster were even born there. Its studios, shops and vinyl wagons have all but vanished. The story of Rockers starts with one Augustus Pablo. Reggae music is the greatest thing that Jamaica has ever created.

Williams, who tries to strike a balance between keeping the shop current whilst also enshrining its history, is currently refurbishing the building. Photography: Alexander Richter for Seven Clash. Go for: Dance music from Belgian new wave to Detroit techno, with a sideline in soundtracks and the avant garde.

Being located close to one of the biggest ports in the world obviously has its benefits. Open five days a week from Good chunks of the store are dedicated to hip-hop, both foreign and local, as well as soul, funk, jazz, beats and electronic styles. Through the main room is a warehouse space, split across two floors and accessible only via special request.

The store is located in Barranquilla, which used to be called the Golden Gate of Colombia because it served as the gateway into the country. Once the biggest port in Colombia, Barranquilla acted as a melting pot of cultures, goods and also records. Never one to shy away from a challenge, Reid stepped into Rose's big shoes, bringing an excitingly fresh vocal style to hits like "Fit You Haffi Fit," which blended Uhuru's menacing Waterhouse sound with dancehall cadences. He would go on to maintain a strong international profile, lending his distinctive vocal stylings to records by American rappers Wu-Tang Clan, The Game, Lil Wayne and Mims over the years.

Down near the end of the album, Reid is joined by his son, Yung J. As Mr. Reid sings, "Everything we have, a dancehall give we. The members of No-Maddz first met as classmates at Kingston College where they formed a dub poetry collective whose free-form blend of consciousness and sharp-edged comedy won them a loyal following.

Their first musical recording, the lovingly scathing "Sort Out Yuh Life Jamaica," injected a much-needed dose of real talk to the celebrations surrounding the island's 50th anniversary of independence in Vegas would be the first to admit that these songs do not necessarily push his vocal talents to the limit. Discuss these jamaican Lyrics with the community: 0 Comments. Notify me of new comments via email. We need you!

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Greatest Jamaican Beat on Discogs. Label: Treasure Isle - DLM • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Reggae • Style: Rocksteady Drink Wine: A4 Various: Greatest Jamaican Beat ‎ (LP, Comp, RP) Treasure Isle, Treasure Isle: DSK , TRE.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Greatest Jamaican Beat on Discogs. Label: Treasure Isle - TI 4P • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation Gatefold • Country: Jamaica • Genre: Reggae • Style: Rocksteady Drink Wine: A4 Various: Greatest Jamaican Beat ‎ (LP, Comp, RP) Treasure Isle, Treasure 5/5(2).
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  6. Nov 01,  · Bars, Booze and Blondes (various writers) Johnny Paycheck () Actually a full LP by the country artist, but the concept is right on the money, with songs like The Pint of No Return, I Drop More Than I Drink, and Problem Solvin’ Doctor, featuring a barroom shrink in the office between nine at night and two in the morning, offering a nice.
  7. Apr 29,  · Raise a toast to the greatest drinking songs ever recorded about beer, whiskey, wine and white lightning By Time Out contributors Posted: Wednesday April 29 Share Tweet.
  8. The term ‘riddim’ is the Jamaican patois spelling of rhythm. Thus a riddim is defined as a movement or procedure with uniform or patterned recurrence of a beat, accent, or the like. Going as far back as , reggae music whose main proponent being dancehall has .
  9. Dec 24,  · From Sir Coxsone Dodd to Bob Marley, practically every Jamaican artist had a base on the strip. Dennis Brown and Prince Buster were even born there. Locals used to call it ‘Beat Street’, but now after decades of quiet, Orange Street is ‘Ghost Street’. Its studios, shops and vinyl .

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