Skanking Delights 300 ft McPullish, RDF, Burning Spear

BURNING SPEAR cd HAIL H.I.M. (2002) #1 HAIL HIM 

DOUBLESTANDART cd IN DUB (2014) #1 HOLDING YOU CLOSE ft MARCIA GRIFFITHS 

NOTIS & IBA MAHR #1 DIAMOND SOX (NOTIS RECORDS) 

NOTIS & IBA MAHR #2 DIAMOND DUB 

MAD PROFESSOR cd SAMBA DUB EXPERIENCE #2 SHANGO MAN 

DUBMATIX CD ATOMIC SUBSONIC #11 BLAZE A FIRE ft KWABANA REUBEN 

MAN FROM THE HILLS cd HANDSWORTH EXPLOSION 2 #7 REDEMPTION DAY 

DEEP FRIED DUB cd SLOW COOKED #7 SNAKE OIL P300 DOUBLESTANDART cd IN DUB (2014) #4 I’M A WARRIOR ft SARIA IDANA 

RDF cd AMMUNITION #7 WAR DREAM 

DUB THE EARTH cd RAVING FOR THE UNDERDOG #5 24×7 

RDF cd AMMUNITION #3 UNKNOWN SOLDIER 

ERROL BELLOT cd YOUTHMAN (THE LOST ALBUM) #1 THE WICKED THEM 

BURNING SPEAR cd HAIL H.I.M. (2002) #4 FOLLOW MARCUS GARVEY

MYSTIC FOUNDATION cd HANDSWORTH EXPLOSION 2 # HANDSWORTH

LEE PERRY # RASTAFARIAN ON WALL ST 

DOUBLESTANDART cd IN DUB (2014) #9 CHASE THE DEVIL ft LEE PERRY (ADRIAN SHERWOOD DUB) 

DEEP FRIED DUB cd SLOW COOKED # 8 KAOS 

McPULLISH ft TIPPA IRIE cd SHEPHERD RIDDIM #2 DUB LETTER 

McPULLISH CD BLACK METAL WHITE REGGAE #7 JOEMERICA 

McPULLISH cd GENERAL SMILEY MEETS Mc PULLISH #1I WISH 

SLEEPY TIME GHOST cd GHOST TRAIN RIDDIM #7 YOUTHMAN DUB (JOE ARIWA) P300

Skanking Delights 290 for my late father Trevor Brown (d.14.3.14) featuring interviews at Back To Africa Festival Gambia

SKANKING DELIGHTS 290 ( first broadcast 15.3.14) DEDICATED TO MY FATHER Trevor J Brown 1923 – 2014

Derek Morgan and the Ebonies ~ Don’t Cry 

ASHER & Raldo Sequence Back TO Africa 

PRINCE FATTY vs MUNGO’S HiFi #1 MUNGO’S HIFI # HERBALIST (PRINCE FATTY REMIX) 

A RUFF GUIDE TO ARIWA SOUNDS #18 BENGALI SKANK 

BROTHER CULTURE INTERVIEW & TRACKS

PRINCE FATTY vs MUNGO’S HiFi #6 SUGAR WATER (MUNGO’S HiFi MIX) 

ADAM PRESCOTT Ep LIBERATION RIDDIM #1 DEM A BAWL 

MC PULLISH SEQUENCE 2012

MACCA B SEQUENCE, INTERVIEW & TRACKS

HORACE ANDY cd GET WISE # LET YOUR TEARDROPS FALL 

These interviews were recorded around the ARIWA Back To Africa Festival in The Gambia.  My father was very keen to support me going there and enjoyed the music and memories I brought back.  He was a man who believed travel will educate and help us all understand the need for a humanitarian way forward in the world.