Generoso and Lily’s Bovine Ska and Rocksteady: Barry’s Hide Out Label 6-16-20

Hello Bovine Ska and Rocksteady Friends,

We hope that this week’s show finds you healthy and safe! We began with two sets of ska this week, beginning with Ransford Barnett’s 1963 cut for King Edwards, “Sligoville Town.” A four song set of skas from 1964 followed, and then we launched into our mento set which started with a Lord Tanamo cut on Kalypso from 1958 that we just acquired entitled, “Fat Or Slim.” Lily threw together an awesome reggae set to end the first hour that ended with two outstanding productions from Jo Jo Hoo-KIm on Channel One, “In Time To Come.” Our label spotlight is on Barrington Jeffrey’s Barry’s Hide Out imprint which is chock full of great dubs from 1976. And our show bizarrely ended with FIVE versions of the Procol Harum hit from 1967, A Whiter Shade of Pale,” that demands your attention! XO Generoso and Lily

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