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11/08/2011

David Rodigan re-visits Blackheart Man, Bunny Wailer's debut solo album, John Holt's Help Me Make It Through the Night and Sanchez's Jamaican chart smash about a mobile phone.

David Rodigan showcases his love for all types of reggae music, presenting an hour of classic roots and reggae music from the 60s to the present day.

Playing the best in reggae, roots, ska and rocksteady, each song will be linked by Rodigan's encyclopaedic knowledge and warm reflective stories from reggae music's history. There will also be guests and live sessions from classic artists.

This week, David re-visits Bunny Wailer's debut solo album, Blackheart Man, which was released in 1976 and is still regarded as one of the greatest reggae sets of all time. You can also re-live the sweet memory of John Holt's Help Me Make It Through the Night, which put him in the British charts in 1974. And if your mobile phone has ever got you into trouble, then you have to hear Sanchez's Jamaican chart smash on the subject.

1 hour

Last on

Thu 11 Aug 2011 23:00

Music Played

  • Zap Pow Band

    This Is Reggae Music

    • Island.
  • Bruno Mars

    Liquor Store Blues ft. Damian Marley

    • Atlantic.
  • The Abyssinians

    Poor Jason Whyte

    • Clinch.
  • Hils

    Bring Back The Love

    • White.
  • Alton Ellis

    Cry Tough (Rock Stead)

    • Trojan.
  • Sugar Minott

    Good Thing Going

    • Heartbeat.
  • Wailing Souls

    Firehose Rock (John Peel Session)

  • Bitty McLean

    In And Out Of Love

    • Silent River/Taxi.
  • Sade

    Babyfather (Dennis Bovell Mix)

    • Polydor.
  • Beres Hammond

    Keeping It Real

    • Heavybeat.
  • John Holt

    Help Me Make It Through The Night

    • Trojan.
  • Bunny Wailer

    Blackheart Man

    • Island.
  • Suzanne Couch

    Smile

    • Lion Vibes.
  • The Crystalites

    Smile Orange ft. Harold Butler (Instrumental)

    • Crystal/BBE.
  • Romain Virgo

    Black Skin Girl

    • VP.

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