Reggae Times - Top 50 Reggae Songs of All Time (2012)

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Reggae Times - Top 50 Reggae Songs of All Time (2012)

Post by StevieFan13 » Tue Feb 07, 2017 1:07 am

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I hope this one flies. Need some more reggae.
1. The Harder They Come – Jimmy Cliff
2. Stir It Up – Bob Marley
3. Legalize It – Peter Tosh
4. Here I Come – Dennis Brown
5. Pressure Drop – Toots And The Maytals
6. Marcus Garvey – Burning Spear
7. Night Nurse – Gregory Isaacs
8. Untold Stories – Buju Banton
9. Ghetto Red Hot – Supercat
10. Police And Thieves – Junior Murvin
11. One Of Those Days – Sizzla
12. Concrete Jungle – Bob Marley
13. I’m Still In Love With You – Alton Ellis
14. Many Rivers To Cross – Jimmy Cliff
15. Bam-Bam – Sister Nancy
16. Stepping Razor – Peter Tosh
17. Too Experienced – Barrington Levy
18. 96 Degrees in the Shade – Third World
19. Rockaway – Beres Hammond
20. Welcome To Jamrock – Damian Marley
21. Everything I Own – Ken Boothe
22. Romie – Beenie Man
23. Sorry – Foxxy Brown
24. Cherry My Baby – Eric Donaldson
25. Flex – Mad Cobra
26. Big Ship – Freddie McGregor
27. Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner – Black Uhuru
28. Tomorrow People – Ziggy Marley
29. Living Dangerously – Barrington Levy And Bounty Killer
30. Tease Me – Chaka Demus And Pliers
31. Tempted To Touch – Beres Hammond And Cutty Ranks
32. Waiting In Vain – Bob Marley
33. Revolution – Dennis Brown
34. Murderer – Buju Banton
35. Big And Ready – Supercat, Frankie Paul And Heavy D
36. Mavado – On The Rock
37. Tour – Capleton
38. Youth Dem Cold – Richie Spice
39. Ganja Farmer – Marlon Asher
40. When I See You Smile – Singing Sweet
41. Uptown Top Ranking – Althea And Donna
42. Never Be The Same – Sean Paul
43. My Boy Lollipop – Millie Smalls
44. Jah Jah City – Capleton And Morgan Heritage
45. It’s a Pity – Tanya Stephens
46. O Carolina – Shaggy
47. Sticky – Jah Cure
48. Police In Helicopter – John Holt
49. When The 2 77 Clash – Culture
50. Beware – Tarrus Riley
Music is a world within itself, with a language we all understand - Sir Duke (1976)

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