Generoso and Lily’s Bovine Ska and Rocksteady: WG’s Trans Am Label 6-19-18

Hello Bovine Ska and Rocksteady Listeners!

Lily and I spent our weekend throwing down sides to get ready for this week’s Bovine Ska, which features a spotlight of WG’s TRANS AM LABEL, which was the home to one of Peter Tosh’s most iconic early cuts, “Oppressor Man,” from 1970. We started off the show with two sets of ska, sets that contain a couple more of the singles we found last week in Montreal including Roy Panton’s wonderful 1964 cut for King Edwards, “Let Them Talk,” and Baba Brooks’ “Musical Sermon,” for Gayfeet. IF YOU ENJOY THIS, PLEASE ADD THIS SHOW TO YOUR PLAYLIST, or share it wherever people love the sounds of a young Jamaica. XO Generoso and Lily

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