Welcome Bovine Ska and Rocksteady listeners!
First off, thank you so very much for listening and sharing last week’s Bovine Ska Sam Cooke tribute as it was one of the most popular shows that we have done here on Mixcloud. The summer is in full force here in Los Angeles, so we spent a lot of time indoors pulling tracks for this week’s show so we think you’ll really dig it. We start off with two sets of killer reggae from 1972-75, beginning with Slim Smith and John Holt fantastic cut for Jackpot, “Turning Point.” After our mento set and a long set of Jamaican R&B, we dug into a spotlight of Delroy Dunkley’s short-lived (1961-62) rare, but fun, DEE’S LABEL. That means more wonderful Jamaican rhythm and blues with pretty cuts from Theo Beckford, Basil Gabbidon, and Raymond Harper! Please add our show to your playlist here on Mixcloud and share it wherever you see fit. Hugs from Generoso and Lily