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Hi Brother J,

Many thanks for the show; I've been listening since 2007 and wherever I find myself -- England, US, South Africa and home here in Nigeria -- your show has remained a faithful companion.

'Nuff respects!!

Warm regards.
Valentine Thompson

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yes guys been listening too this wonderfull station from a kid (am 30 now) enspired me too build a sound system just for fun could i request "john holt youll never find " please for paul and emma here in the uk big up guys ruff cutt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Paul Tsetter Pinfield

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Mr. Slater sah, a wich one a unuh tonup de basseline dis las tree weeks, unuh bad yu noh! nice one mek it tan deh, tanks fe de lovely vides dem sweet so til.. tanks again.

Rgds Clanford ina ingland

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Junior and Jack,

There seemed to be a theme in the first part of the show... : ) Listening to "Pass the Kutchie," "Bun the Kutchie" and the "Ganja Sound" is bittersweet in Saudi Arabia. There's no way to listen to those songs in the best "state of mind"! Good mix though. It might be fun if that was the theme for an entire show. "Tired Fe Lick Weed in a Bush," "Lambsbread Collie" and "Mary, Mary" by Inner Circle, "Ganja Man" by Burning Spear, "Herb and Loving" by Nasio and "Ganja Babe" by Michael Franti & Spearhead are all great tracks.

I also liked hearing the Aaron Silk song. I love his brother's music and I'm glad to hear Aaron get some airplay. (For a second I thought it was a Garnett track that I never heard!) How is his career going? I don't hear too much about him.

Well, keep up the great work. Listening to this your show every week helps living in the desert a bit more bearable!

Thanks,
Mark M.

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Junior Dub and Jack Slater,

Hi - I was a long-time loyal listener who turned into an occasional listener who is now starting to listen regularly again. It's good to be back! Unfortunately, I have some bad news. Unless you have other listeners in Taiwan, you may have to take it off your list since I moved from there to Saudi Arabia. (I told a couple of people about your show, so there still may be listeners there - I wouldn't worry about it too much...)

I've been going back and listening to some of the shows that I missed. Thanks for playing my favourite Garnett Silk song ("Fill Us Up with Your Mercy"). I was wondering if you could play some Lucky Dube songs. I'd recommend "Prisoner" or "Ding Ding Licky Licky Licky Bong". As a Dominican "by marriage" I'd also like to request some Nasio when you get a chance.

Thanks for the great job that you guys do!
Mark McDonnell

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Hello man,

I love reggae it is like a religion to me and I am doing my homework while at the same time listening to you.

Thanks for the good music and keep up the good work.

Cheers!!!

Super Dez
Sierra Leonean living in
Western Canada

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Greetings, Jack Slater & Junior Dub

Thank you for another GREAT year of SWEET REGGAE MUSIC! I look forward to 2009,which I know will be even better than 2008 of the WORLD REGGAE SHOW.

PLEASE CONTINUE TO LOOK FOR AND PLAY ALL THOSE SWEET STUDIO ONE RIDDIMS AND RIDDIMS IN GENERAL! Jack,you know I always enjoy all the selections and mixes.

Jah Blessings,your LOYAL listener FOREVER Miles in Atlanta Georgia,originally from Guyana South America

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Mr. Jack Slater,

Regarding the 11.25.08 show: Now that's what I'm talking about!

Ken Boothe...nuff said. Half-Pint's "I'm Not a Substitute Lover" is a classic too.

We need more early stuff from Gregory and Dennis, as well as the not so well-known's like Sammy Dread. How about someting from the Teacher (and I don't mean KRS-1 from BDP posse although it would be cool to play some BDP for hip-hop reaggae fans) Brigidier Jerry. Papa Briggy a de teacha!

As for Rita...this is a classic hit that will go down in time among Ganja lovers. In fact, any Ganja song is good, at any time, on any day, in any place, my brother. Seen! The only ting better than a listening to a Ganja song is... smoking a big-a*# spliff while listening to one.

Big ups to Junior Dub. Long time listener.

S. Randal Henry

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Thank you so much. Him and I appreciated the "hail-up". He is now telling others about the show as well as myself.

Faithful listener,
Carla

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Junior, I agree with your (web page) message regarding reggae being identified with Bob Marley. He was great but there were and are many other great artists of his time, and ones that followed. Many people I have introduce reggae to, at first have thought only of Bob Marley (i.e. Legends Album) as reggae. They haven't had the chance to hear all the other great music and lyrics created by other artists of his time. That is the music that people need to hear.

And as for Bob Marley, personally, I'm a fan of Bob's older stuff - before his early tunes were redone (i.e. Legends album) later in his life. In my opinion, Bob's early stuff is great just as all the other artists of his time are great as well. As for reggae music in general - I like the new stuff but I LOVE the old tunes.

That's why the show you guys do is great! Keep it up!

~Kevin F.
- Boston, Mass., USA

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Hey Jack, it's me Wingey!!!!!

I have been listening faithfully to the show. Wonderful stuff. I workout at the gym four days a week, and take you along every single time. You make my workouts so much fun!!!

Hey listen, I'm traveling to Germany on Friday, July 18, to spend two glorious weeks with my man Siddie. Please think about us as we dance to your show, and sway oh so beautifully to the sounds of reggae. We are from the old school, being in our 50s, and we love the good old tunes.

Thank you Jack for keepin' it alive. Send us a "hey-ya" during one of your shows last two weeks of July.

Love what you're doin' man!

Regards,

Wingey

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Jack
Heard your show on Wednesday, you and Junior are the bomb. Keep up the awesome play list, I like it when you find the various versions and re-makes and dubs of the same songs/melodies through out the years.
You've got another listener for life.
Cheers

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I just wanted to let you know that your shows lately, are totally kicking. I download them every week, listen to them on my MP3 in the car, burn a disk to take to work, and now I'm playing last week's show on my surround sound in the house.

You have me jumping! Siddie and I talk about the tracks, and because he's has a history of being a club DJ back in the 70s, he knows all (or most) of the artists. We have a wonderful time talking about the good old days - spurred by the tracks you are playing today.

Thanks man!!!

Wingey

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Dear Jack,
We at the Ocean State Reggae Fest were greatly saddened to hear about the death of Mikey Dread. We cared for him as a friend and had the utmost respect for him as a performer. His talent certainly extended well beyond the stage. Our love goes out to his wife, Monika and their new baby, along with his other children. We will always cherish the time that we were lucky enough to have yourself and Mikey together at our event. Peace and love to you at this sad time, please keep in touch. Sherri & Phil

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Brother Jack, keep the vibes flowing sir. You're doing wonderfully well and I duff my hat to you and Junior Dub. Keep it up and Bless up!

Valentine Thompson

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Blessed Peace and Love to You all. I hope You had your Share of Joy and Goodwill during this Festive Season.I wish You all at The WORLD REGGAE SHOW. More Power Love Happiness and Prosperity through 2008.
Keep the Fire Light My Brother Jack,
One Love,
Arkk. ........

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Brother Slater,
Merry Xmas to you and Uncle Juniour Dub. I never fail to listen to the World (Reggae) Show in Nigeria, and I did introduced it to a bunch of reggae aficionados. I'm presently in the UK and I must confess that I record your show every tuesday/wednesday in the wee wee hours of the morning. Keep up the good job sir. 'Nuff, nuff respects!
My joy would know no bounds if you can livicate Luciano's "In this Together" in your usual patented style to the following "partners in reggae" of mine: Bunmi (pronounced BOOM-EE), Bola (BOW-LA), TJ and Smart. They would be listening on New Year Day, and I pray you to usher them and all reggae lovers into 2008 with the prophetic words of the Messenger.
Bless you sir, and as usual, a gallon of grease to your DJing elbows throughout 2008!!!
Valentine

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Hi Jack,
I love your shows! I was listening to some of your older reggae shows and I wanted to make a correction. On your October 16, 2007 show, The song "I'll Take You There" is sung by the Staple Singers. The group was made up of Pop Staple (Father) and his daughters. Mavis is probably the most famous of the daughters.
Happy holidays…
Rae Bradshaw – Baltimore, Maryland

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Greetings reggae show ! !
YES bob marley is the ultimate ambassador for reggae music through out the world..all other reggae artist seem to fade to his light, but his light, it opens doors for all other artist to continue to the work of reggae music. The best is yet to come because the message will foriver be in the music. As young artist we dont feel intimidated by his presence we feel represented to the fullest. With the marley banner waving high ,representing rasta culture , love etc.. its up to all other artsit to make music that has the same or even more powerful message for the people. so for all the reggae great like peter tosh, bunny wailer, or burning spear whos' messaege is just equivalent there should be no animosity!! Marleys time and marketing machine was very effective and the indivduals behind that machine must have disapperared with regards to other greats !! fire still have to burn despite the lack of promotion for other artist. Thats why we must say love and respect to reggae show for assisting in promotion of reggae music!! a visible machine....

love to be added to your upcoming artist page: myspace.com/blazemob
1st album self titled "more consciousness"

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More than 33 years ago, I broke up with a man that I should never have let out of my sight. On May 29 of this year, I spoke to him over the phone. It was as though 33 years had not passed by. Although we are on either sides of the Atlantic now, he in Germany, and myself in Texas, we have become very close again. Your show has truly brought back memories of some very good times and there is one song in particular we would love to hear. It's "They Gonna Talk" by Beres Hammond. It is listed in your archives, but the show it was featured in, January 10, 2006, is no longer available for download.

Could you please play this for me and my first love Siddie in Harsewinkel, Germany? I am flying to London on December 22, and he is meeting me at the airport that day after driving across the Channel. Please tell him that I love him very, very much, and that I won't let him go again. Thanks Jack.
Sincerely,
Wingey

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hey jack and junior,
i thought you might be interested in a conversation that i had many years ago (late 70's) with noel "sowell radics" bailey. he was the guitarist on the liquidator song. he told me that liquidator came out before the staples singers' i'll take you there !! so who's versioning who ? i know that mavis staples is a big fan of reggae. so, i'll let you sort it out.
keep up the works,
jimmy becker

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Jack Slater,
Tank you mon for the airplay and the short story on Jamaican "respect". I have never visited Jamaica, but after reading about your experience, I feel I know a little bit of the protocol.

I was surprised to see that you chose, "Out There" from my CD for your reggae show until I read that you like oldies too.

I will add your link to my website...thanks for the link to my website too. You make me feel ire mon :>)

Walk tall mon now,
Theola
www.betarecords.com/theolabrightsings

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Peace Jack, It is true.
It is indeed a ''beautiful world when love is all around you''
Right now now I am enjoying the show with Anthony B.''Want Back.'' Thanks Bro, keep it flowing. One Heart,
ARKK. .........

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just want to say i really enjoy grooving to your beat and sounds....your reggae show is on my birthday i am happy you kept this day special...give me some more music....i need to feel it knock my head and jump my heart. i'm doing peace keeping duty for the world and i come from the island called FIJI. plse send my warm greetings to everyone listening and enjoying the beat.

regards, buka

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Hi Guys! Wonderful music! I've been listening to you [from Israel] non-stop for a few months now [I'm a potter,so get to blast music in my studio all day long]- you've taken over from Bahilman as my #1 reggae station. Nice to have a dj and no commercials- love the mixes- keep up the positive energy!

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oooooooooohhhhhhhhhhh
i loooooooovvvvvveeeeeeeeeeeee
your world reggae show
thank you very much for enjoy
love and peace
kaddy kinte

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Big respect to man like Jack Slater and Junior Dub,

Now, a serious ting: Over the past few months, I have listened to all a de shows ina de archives. Dem archives a mash it up. I listen to them during the workday, sometimes I can go through few a shows in a day. I thought I was knowledgable about reggae, but I have definitely learned a lot from the shows. I think you guys have done a wonderful service and created a wonderful resource for the reggae community with these shows. I appreciate your professionalism, dedication, consistency and extensive knowledge in the shows. Really fabulous work, and we all thank you.

Jack and Junior, massive respect everytime

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Greetings'
I am grateful for you guys and your website. I can check in at ANY TIME and get a boost. Giving thanks. Please answer to the best of your knowledge ... is there anyone who has been on the air continuously playing reggae since before April 1979? That's when I started here in America's Deep South. The Roots Musik Karamu has been airing since April 1979 ... non- stop with one main host - ME. Every Saturday night from 10 PM - 12 midnight. 3 stations around the state (see attachments).

I'd like to think that I have the longest running show on the East Coast.

Thanks for all that you do.
Sincerely,
Osei Terry Chandler

The ROOTS MUSIK KARAMU
ETVRadio - Charleston, Columbia & Greenville
www.etvradio.org

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Hi! Junior & Jack,

You guys have put in a lot of appreciated effort the last few years, I've been listening since the year 2000. It concerns me that your music selection is'nt what it used to be, take last weeks show for instance, tracks of old Pink Floyd music and that Shaggy Ranks tune ??? And another thing, why so much saufie saufie Aswad & pathetic reggae beat soul music.

As a Jamaican, listening to reggae music gives me the spirit and inspiration to deal with living outside of Jamaica (Babylon), in Holland where I have lived for the pass 25 years, most people black and also white listen to ROOTS music, non a dis Willie Nelson, Sinead O'connor and white quasie reggae.

Stay with Reggae, that is why people listen and if you want to keep your listeners, try and stay up to date or even lead the way (You are the Original Reggae Online Show). I like old time stuff but if you go there, instead of Aswad and David Bowie (mi sure that is a Jack tune) what about some Studio One, Treasue Isle, Niney, Derrick Harriott and vintage Sonia Pottinger.

Stay with it ... Peace & love

Junior J.

Junior,

We understand your feelings on the purity of the music. It's tough. There are those like you who know the music well and demand the best that Jamaica has to offer. On the other side are those who know very little other than the feeling they get when they hear the sound and dream of beaches and warm, clear water.

At times we might try too hard to please everyone. We feel that it is important to present the variety and crossover selections that are familiar or at least interesting. We must continue to introduce reggae to new fans around the world and show them how many artists have embraced reggae in their own stylee.

But we will always give the most respect to the true heart of reggae. When you hear me talk about the "Reggae Sunshine Classics", you can count on hearing Bob Marley, Alton Ellis, Marcia Griffiths, Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, Heptones, and many others that make up the foundation singers and mixes we love to showcase.

That's where our roots are and will always be. We hope you understand.

Respect, mi bredda,

Jack & Junior (Dub)

Host - The World Reggae Show
Junior Dub's Irie Reggae Music Page
http://www.reggaeshow.com

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Hi Brother Slater... I just stumbled on your show on the net and I can't help asking myself where I've been all this while! Great show, great music. And by the way I've been listening to reggae for the past 35 years, so to a large extent I can smell a good show miles away! I'm Nigerian and I'd suffocated my wife with good ol' reggae music over the years -- so much so that she's a reggae buff herself. I'd be very grateful if you can livicate either Boris Gardner's "I wanna wake up with you" or Gregory Isaacs' "Private Beach Party" to my wife this Valentine season. Your show comes up in the middle of the night here this part of the equator, but my wife and I would be listening up. Jah Bless and keep the good work of preaching the good word up. Respects...Valentine Thompson

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Every time I hear you say it's a favorite chune the mix is always off the hinges. You should include all your favorite "chunes" on one reggae show.

The mix is always something I turn into at work it gets me through the day.......Thanks for the Irie vibes.....one love...

PEACE!
Brian in South Florida.

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Hail Jack,
Peace and Love to you and the crew. Many thanks for including EASIER SAID on the play list. I am very very Happy Blessed and Delighted for your help.

Keep up the good works my Bredda,

What ever I man could do to help in any way please let me know. I looked at sone of the pics in the Gallery and felt nostalgic. You Guys are an inspiration to more of us than you may ever know. Again I admonish you to keep up the good works. Reggae is the sound of the rhythm of Creation all the universe.

I am very proud to be a part of this advancement of mankind. With your help and and our co-operation this Music Will Teach all the Nations that Inhabits The Earth the Joy and Rewards of Unity. Bigup to all the crew presenting the WORLD REGGAE SHOW. Total Respect Every time.

The message from Junior Dub is very Pertinent. No dis-respect to Bob.It's a pitty he is not around to reap even some of the fruits of his labour.

I am shure he would be the first man to disagree with the way Market Forces has treated reggae music.Obscuring so many of the veterans cant be a good thing. You have lit a little fire Junior but I an I see it becoming a big illuminating flaim. Nuff Respect to the two a un- nu. Miss Hutchingson What a WOMAN.( Blessed Empress.)

Peace all ways, JUNIOR and JACK.

ARKK.

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Greetings, In addition to listening and enjoying your radio show I want to express my compliments on a tight, well formulated, professional broadcast Here in San Diego CA we produce a weekly (Sunday 7-8pm) 1 hour show and we know how much work and planning goes into creating a product such as yours, so again compliments to you sir and keep up the great show

Armando AJ Romero
Program. Dir.

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Hi My name is Carrie

I am not a skeptic, I believe there are ghost or spirits or something out there. I've even had an experience in a house I lived in although I never personally saw anything I did experience things.

The purpose for me writing is because I looked at all these pictures of the white witch and I just can't see anything. Do you think maybe you could send me a copy of the picture one of the copy on the net then one where you draw out the face or what ever your seeing.

I'd really appreciate it.

Carrie

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WOW!!! That was quick, smile. Thanx for the feed back. GREAT SHOW!!! I love it (you cant tell :-) ).

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What's going on Jack & Junior,

I'm still liking the show guys ... big up. Anyway, I was suprised to hear Coldplay being played on last week's show. That was a suprise but I actually liked it. Did anyone at Internetwork get a "beating"? Hahahahaha ... also I was checking out the show with the "I'm Still In Love With You" mix since I haven't checked that one out in a long time and I happened to come across "Electioneering" by the Easy Star All-Stars. I didn't think they'd come out with another album but since Radiodread is out ... they did. What did you guys think of that album? Once again, keep up the good work guys. Aloha!

Shane Ne

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I and I love ya runnings,Respect.for your information the song you played 11/ 7/06 by cherine anderson Good love got my attention.She was star in the movie One Love along side Damien Marley. Bless

U.S.Reed in Pine Bluff Ark.

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Much respect to whom it may concern, The wha gwaan?... she was murdered by the Duppy Anthony grant and the Duppy Robert s. ( he the one who flee to England) it would be great if you could see if you spread the word even more ... look that duppy anthony in the face and tell him he cursed and drag down the place. I bet he serve alcohol in some alcohol serivng place in green island area. much respect , steven

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Doh yuh can't tawk de patoa, de music mek up fe it, carry on masah, it sweet so til, mi belly a go bust NICE!

Nuff Love

Clan

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Greetings Mr.Slater!! My name is Kevin Williams and I am 33 years old emailing you from Toronto Canada! At work, rest, and play its always a pleasure listening to reggae archives. My father owns an oldies record store (Henrys Records) and I have always enjoyed the older music in comparison to the newer generation of music out there. And then.....then I found the Reggae Music Archives!

This is by far my favorite internet station. I hope that you continue to promote de real chune dem! The format is so creative and I enjoy listening to your broadcasts as your selection of tunes give listeners many different styles and flavours of reggae music - not just one style of artist or riddim. One of my favorite reggae archives is this set below and suddenly, Ive noticed that everything after 'Dat' is gone (lol). Not sure if the originals have become corrupted over time or if you are simply updating the Reggae Music Archives but if possible, can you please repair everything after Dat...(thats twice lol).

Keep promoting that true reggae music and once again, its a pleasure tuning in!

Kevin Williams
and Henry from Henrys Records
Toronto, Canada

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Hi Brother Jack

Ahoy, being a reggae fan from South Africa who is still growing in the World of reggae, I would like to thank you for the reggae show programme you broadcast each week, is like you are watering a small plant with water growing in a very fertile soil - I mean your site is so rich of reggae Nutrients that make me grow and know what is the real definition of the word REGGAE,

Keep it up brother, God bless you

Ahoy

Metago Environmental Engineers (Pty) Ltd

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Luv the selections that u play on the various shows take me back in times, when vocal rule and you appreciate good lyrics. keep up the good work.

Kingroy
Atlanta, GA

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can i get some more jr jazz please, mi a live for 4 years in jamaica now and mi can't hear him down here. now i hear the one song you have and mi need more mon. his recordings after his first albumn are real real smooth, please see if you can find them (where dey go?) or someting or anyting more mon, for real, and big up on di selection mon, none betta, blessed

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Jack,
Thanks very much -will do. I had know idea you had all the old shows available - that is incredible! I'm going to go through them all.

You are the historian!

Big up,
Jeremy

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Hie Jack and Junior

What a great tribute to the man Desmond Dekker . I have always had a soft spot for that mercurial tune , the Israelites and hey Delroy Wilson's You have my heart is a classic. Add to that Gregory Isaac's Mr know it all and the Mighty Diamond's They never love pooor Marcus you have a lineup for a massive show.

Great stuff
david Madzivanyika

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dear rosehall

Ya know those pics that you showed about The Witch Witch of Rosehall. I not that interested in supernatural stuff but those faint pictures of The White Witch of Rosehall on the headboard really is SOMETHING!!!

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hey,
wow!!!! i can't believe your wonderful work.keep it up and may Allah bless y'all.
thanks, Nabay Abdulai Nabay(USA).

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Hey there Jack,
I hope all is well for you back on the east coast. Last week I had several nurses at West Coast Nurses for the first time and as they were filling out their paper work, two of them mentioned to me how they enjoyed the tunes that I had piped into my office. Well Jack that was your and Junior Dub's reggae show that I had playing for them. They mentioned to me that this was the first agency that ever has the hip tunes of reggae music played in a work environment and they quickly jotted down your shows information so that they too can enjoy the blazin sounds that you and Junior Dub create. Now they too can listen to the tunes you both crank out to us here in California.

Jack,could you play any two tunes by the great Dennis Brown for me over here at West Coast Nurses? Thank you in advance for the wonderful sounds of reggae music.

"The Big Boss"
Johnny Beliso
West Coast Nurses LLC

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This is Marieanne listening from Maine, USA, I would like to know the name of the group that sings "Hear me Jah Jah" please email me if you can ...Thanx! Love your show !!

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Jack and crew:

Hola and keep on keeping on. I stumbled on to what you all have created a few months ago and I love what you are doing. I hope that you continue providing the marvelous sounds of Reggae to all of us out in the world. I am in California where it is most difficult if not impossible to get any exposure to Reggae that you all provide continuously. For that I thank you.

Merry Christmas and happy new year to each and all of you, and continued health and wealth to you and to each of your families.

Johnny

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I am Cindy, writing you from Norway. Just wanna say thanks man, for the tunes you play :-) Living 10 years in a small village on the Island of St. Vincent I just miss the tunes, the spirit and the skanking and jamming. Wow, this put me right back in the rum shop chilling out with the dominoes.

Respect,
Cindy (Now back in Norway and longing for real life :-)

Ps! Sending you a pic from a crew party with friends on Sandy Island outside Carriacou, Grenada. Ofcourse we where cooking a pot of fish broath on the Island, and chilling out with a beer and reggae playing :-)

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Hi, Jack Slater & Junior Dub ( THE ONLY TWO HARDEST WORKING MEN I KNOW THAT PLAYS THE BEST MUSIC ON THE INTERNET FOR US MUSIC COLLECTORS & FANS OF SWEET REGGAE MUSIC AND ALL THE CLASSICS SONGS FROM THE PAST ).

THIS IS JUST A REMINDER ( JACK SLATER & JUNIOR DUB )!

I want both of you two gentlemen to know that, I listen to your weekly internet radio broadcast every week, and if you don't get emails from me often for SONG REQUESTS or just to say KEEP UP THE WONDERFUL & EXCELLENT WORK both of you are doing every week I am still listening ( FOREVER ).

I also want you to gentlemen to make a PROMISE to us MUSIC COLLECTORS & FANS that THE REGGAE SHOW will never leave us and will be broadcasting on the internet for many more years to come ( FOREVER ).

I LOVE the way your website was designed its so easy to use and I LOVE the music ( SHOW ARCHIEVE ) plus most importantly I can see the NAMES for the ARTIST & SONG TITLE,please keep it that way.

I LOVE all of your MIXES you play every week and PLEASE,PLEASE,PLEASE,PLEASE,PLEASE continue to play ( ALOT ) more MIXES for us MUSIC COLLECTORS & FANS of SWEET REGGAE MUSIC

Bye, reply soon your ( LOYAL ) fan & supporter ( FOREVER ) Miles

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Jack and Junior,
Lost everything from Hurricane Katrina. House, car, furniture, the whole city, our friends and family scattered and living in other cities. It's a disaster. There's still the music. Your show is a refuge from the storm. Thanks for everything you are doing.
Vince Bowers
New Orleans, Louisiana

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I just want to tell you how much I love your show. I work for the State of Georgia and this show keeps my entertained for many hours. My spirits are always lifted when I listen to the music. Thank God for your wonderful program....

Much love...Peace

Lora Fakpor

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To all at the reggae show, thanx you have made me a very happy woman. Your site is so easy to navigate, and has all my favourites tunes on (some I hadnt heard since I was a child!)

Ok I have been listening to all your archives for about a week now and Im halfway through the C's. So should get some sleep soon lol. Thanx so much for the shout out, I was sat here tuned in and heard my name. Firstly I thought ooh another Jena, then I realised it was little old me lol. You made my day So just letting you know here in the UK you doing it LARGE!! Peace love and flowers Jena

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Hi Jack and Junior,

Just a Big 'Thank You' for playing 'Why' from Carl's CD.. Very pleased indeed. Glad you liked it enough to play, and I here you like some of the other tracks too. As ever a great show, Jack you really make us laugh.

BLESS

Gillian and Carl

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First time listener, big fan of reggae, and I'd just wanted to say I've seen and come across many internet reggae sites, and your site is my favorite! I listen to you guys everyday at work and you guys give me a good vibes and makes my day easier and better!...One love!

Chris

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Thanks for looking out. Some songs just stay on your heart. It might be the childhood or growingup thing. Songs remind you and timestamp life. That song takes me back. Looking forward to hearing it.

Keep up the good work. You and Junior Dub are doing a great job with the music.

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You guys are doing a great job. I listen to you guys at work and your nice and easy music is a soothing background to my workday.

Take care,

DENNIS P. DABNEY, MAJ, USAF

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the urge came out of nowhere.
really wanted to hear one of my all-time favorite reggae songs -
'can i change my mind'.
know it's in the middle of one of my compilation tapes,
but it's unlabeled, so i couldn't find it.
hop on the internet, quick google search,
click, click and there you are.
your world reggae show of 3/9/04 opens with
3 different versions of 'can i change my mind'.
now, i'm singing, i'm dancing, i'm really happy.
you know, music can instantly do that for us.
thanks,
jon

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Hi Jack and Junior,

Thanx a lot!!! this is really the station that rules the nation!!!!!!!!! Excellent,Excellent!!!!

Jim

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Roots, I just listened twice.

you brothers are the greatest........ i would love to do a drop for your program also if there is anything you need me for feel free to ask

jah love
Taj

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Hi,

first of all I wanna thank u for that fabulous show of yours, it's f***ng amazing!! keep on rocking mates!!! and then I'd like to know what's the name of that David Bowie's tune, you onced played in da show, It was somethin' like: from N.Y. to shanty town, as i can remember. I'll be so glad if you answer to this mail!

Thanx a lot

Jim Dolby

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I THINK THAT'S BULL---- MY FRIEND...GET A LIFE BRO....THIS PIC HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ANYTHING RELATED TO A GHOST ....

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Greetings Jack and Junior.

Just wanted to thank you guys for a great show, and many good links out to the reggae world on the net. I listen to your show every week since I found your link.

One thing I have noticed is that you never play Culture or the almighty Mr. Spear, why and could you please start?

Keep up the good work, and let the good vibes keep on vibrating across the world (that is exactly what the world needs).

Big up from Helen,
Norway

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Dear Junior & Jack,

Your show is incredible, my husband and I listen to your show and archives as we struggle with the computer to assist in the production of our reggae festival. We run the Ocean State Reggae Festival at Ninigret Park in Charlestwon, RI. This is a beautiful oceanside venue and we are excited to be promoting the following artists this summer on 7/23 & 7/24, 2005: Maxi Priest, Mikey Dread, Sister Carol, Yellowman, the Itals, Yami Bolo, Errol Blackwood and more...all packed into a two day event with camping and a wildlife refuge.

We admire the fact that you continue with roots music as we continue to get pressure to include dancehall and hip-hop music at our event. We will remain steadfast in our resolve to bring roots reggae to the masses and while we send press releases to all forms of media via the internet, we are fortunate enough to have your wonderful show in the background. It gives us inspiration. Please check us out at oceanstatereggae.com and give us some feedback on our efforts. I have travelled extensively in Jamaica and restricted my visits to only Jamaican owned establishments as I believe that the "tourist" spots are oppressive to the local citizens. I love Westmoreland Parisn, St Ann's, and Portland. I am currently enjoying your show featuring several versions of "Pass the Duchie/Cuchie" You guys put it together so well.

My husband and I continue to educate the stauch Yankee folks in Connecticut and Rhode Island, myself being a blond supposedly right off of the Mayflower and my husband a wonderful, sweet tall dread rastaman of Jamaican descent. We run a thriving business producing this big show and actually have the support of the local police force, chamber of commerce, parks & rec. dept., etc. Trying to break ground in the predominately white community.

As I said the vibes of Junior & Jack are a continuum and provide wonderful karma to us and we recommend you to all of our friends.

Give thanks, Sherri & Phil Rowe (thanks for all of the Jacob Miller music)

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I read the story, "A true Jamaica story" and wanted to thank you. It really shows a side of the Jamaican people Americans really don't get. They are truly giving and have some very specific protocol on what is right. The Jamaican culture Americans see is, spliff smoking, gun toting bad men, who are out for your every dollar. I am American and live with a Jamaican Rasta, I have seen the best of the culture and what it has to give, I'm glad to see it recognized.

Starla

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Hi Jack , Hi Junior ,

Ourstanding program as usual ! Do I hear Joe Gibbs ( Majestic Dub version ) in How Could I Leave? - Gregory Isaacs ? Keep it going ! One week without your program is a week not living !

Greetings ,

Frédien from Belgium

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Jack Slater & Jr.Dub,
Thank you for the "Big Ups" on the March 3rd show! Thank you guys for mentioning my name,and the love of my life, Gordon, you've made my week!

Peace Profound.
Kenyetta.

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I recently found your web site and think the music is great. Your old school tracks remind me of me growing up in England especially the lovers rock which was always my favorite, I love it!!! are any of your selections available for purchase?

Shae

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comment to all my african brothers and sisters! happy 44th sierrra leone independence. may we see billions of years more of peace and happiness in the one beautiful sierra leone!! this is lindalanda from Queens New york. God bless!

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Hi I just discovered the show, and I love it. In the Baltimore area, we only get to hear reggae on the radio for a couple of hours on Saturday and Sunday. The shows on Morgan State University radio are great, but I'm so glad I have more access to great, varied reggae through your show!

Thanks a lot,
Mark

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Hi Jack Slater & Junior Dub:

What a concept! Wonderful - I enjoy every moment of listening to my favorite toones (tunes) as Jack Slater would say!

I am enjoying every moment of your shows. My boyfriend & I accidentally found the website while searching for a website he used to visit years ago. boy are we glad we found it. We listen to your show everytime we can. It brings back memories of yesteryears, when we were very young and dating back in England. We are English and of Jamaican parents and living in the US.

Thanks for bringing us such sweet memories, but there are, however some "toones" we have not seen and would like to hear: "Silly Games" Unknown female artist and "Happiness forgets - Lonliness Remembers" By Ruddy Thomas. At the same time we will look out for the songs listed.

Again, thanks so much for keeping sweet Reggae Music alive & strong.

God's Blessings,
Shirley

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I think your show is great

Lennox

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Dear Jack,
Stumbled across your show & web page, love it. Your story of your afternoon in the little Ochie bar made me want to be there. Loved your pictures, esp. your trip to the CoolRunnings business. I got goosebumps when listening to your mix of songs and heard Joan Waite's voice. The last we'd heard she was going to Grenada. Hope she and her son are fine.

Keep up the music.
Barry Campbell

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JOHNNY TOO BAD....wow I've just listened to this song for the first time...that I know of anyway. I'm sure I heard it before but ....wow. Could you put some of the various renditions together on your program sometime.

Gosh it's good. Jah loves you.

papa mike

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Just wanted to pass the love on, absolutely dig the show...

Tremendous quality tunes and your positive vibe can be felt across the airwaves... Great job! I listen at work in Wilmington, DE.!! All of the radio stations are blocked because I work for the state, this is the only one that comes through, must be the positive vibes, diggin it baby!!!

Keep it up, much love

CJ
Wilmington, DE.

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hello jack !my name is arnaud and i listen your radio!!! Paris say "good morning" Sorry for my english ! the reggaes is international !!! by by

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Greetings guys,

Just wanted to say keep bringing the positive vibes on strong. I started listening to the show in late December of last year ... amd all I can say is that I think that the station is great for reggae music, fans, and the artists themselves. I give a definite "BIG UP" to the World Reggae Show. Respect to Junior Dub and the music man himself, Jack Slater.

Thanks,

Shane Ne
Waimanalo, HI

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E-mailing from Kingston, Jamaica and I am really impress by you selection.Keep playing the irie raggae for the people of Sierra Leone and all across West Africa.

Terrence

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hi....i just wanted to say that i really love your show. its so awesome!! i'm originally from hawaii and reggae is huge out there. i guess its just an island thing, right. well i live in vegas now and they don't play it out here, so the only time i listen is on your show. keep up the good work and spreading the music across the world for all to hear!! = ) i also wanted to request a song, ub40's "i wont close my eyes". its one of my favorite songs. and actually one more, shineheads "golden touch". thank you so much. you guys take care......alohaz

malia

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Hi Jack Slater & Junior Dub,

Goodmorning! I listen to your show online every Tuesday. Jah Bless!
Continue to play great music.

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Hi Jack , Hi Junior,

Still the best reggae show there is ! It brightens live .

Am I getting already that old hearing the starting of Up town top ranking from Althea and Donna ( in I'm still in love with you )from more than 25 years ago while visiting England ?

Keep on going ,

Greetings from Belgium ,

Frédien

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Mr. Slater & Junior Dub,

Just wanted to thank you both for playing "One More" by Rocker T. Over the past several months of listening to your show I thought I had a large reggae collection of over 1000 reggae CD's. Now I realize there are so many more great songs that I do not have and I must have. As long as these blessed artists produce, I will support. I've sent your link to lots of friends throughout the eastcoast of the USA, I'M GETTING NOTHING BUT PURE, POSITIVE FEEDBACK. We don't even listen to the radio anymore, we're either tuned in @9PM on tues or surfing the archives to find the nicest tunes to keep us going throughout the Rat Race of our lives.

Again thanks for Nicing up the airwaves,

Keith Cutaia

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Hi,

I am in South Africa in Johannesburg. I really really dig your music. Growing up I listened to a lot of reggae, but my preferences have always been roots reggae. Its amazing how you can play such music that appeals to my heart. I can only listen to it at work. I makes going to work much nicer.

Bye, and keep up the good work.

Regards,

Sydney Mogapi

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The world reggae show is REALLY rockers!!!! Nuff reality!!!!! Ruff-cut!!!!!

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Mr. Dj Jack Slater and Junior Dub,

I found the Reggae Show two years ago while living in Brazil. I'm a huge fan of the show. I teach at two Universities in Connecticut and I run the show on the classroom internet setup before each class. The students dig the vibes.

Question: How can I save the shows I listen to? I would love to run some of the material on my sound system (The #One Sound).

Ras KDS

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jah bless,jah live,greetings in the most high from me joel,straight from kenya,now living in malaysia. with your help rasta men,i can enjoy reggea hits in a country that has no clue about this rich culture! please keep me posted on any information i may need concerning reggea! there is a wide shortage of reggea music down here. any assistance of music you may have for me would be gratefully noted(if u know what i mean)!!!! if you ever looking for a writer who feels srong about roots and reggea culture,you know where to reach me.
stay true!
one

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Hi Guys

I have just this minute discovered your fantastic playlists especially my all time song, Down by the River by Morgan Heritage...What heaven! What bliss! I have not come across such a lovely balance of music and such delectable songs. I have never felt so happy in a long time. I just kept dancing round the room. In case you think I am some dewy-eyed teenager, I am actually a responsible 56 year old! However, music runs in my bloos because a long time back I knew all the singers as I was Prince Buster's secretary!! So there is much nostalgia here.

I am your number one fan now and I will certainly be listening every week from now on and passing the word along.

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!

Elaine Sihera

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i was at rose hall one week ago and just developed my film... what i have here is unlike anything i've ever seen!! do you want me to e-mail them to you to see? christina

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Thank you for such a quality show!
You have openned my ears up to many artists I would never have heard otherwise.

Thankful in Connecticut,
Mike

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I was looking at your shot of Rose Hall, since I am very interested in visiting the place on my cruise in November. I was looking at the one with the mirror and immediately spotted the figure in the left of the picture. I was wandering if you saw her the way I did. I see a woman, a black woman, most likely slave. She was dressed in a long sleeved dressed with apron and her head had a traditional head wrap that was knottedto what would be her right hand side. I am looking forward to this visit a bit aprehensive for I am very sensitive to stuff like this. I have walked into rooms of an old house locally that was turned into an antiques store. It was ok until I reached one room.
I couldn't breathe, I felt nauseated, broke out in a cold sweat and something bad....I hurried out of therre with my friend on my heels. Told her what I felt as I faught to get my breath. It was a claustrphobic feeling. Not to mention other things that happen to me as a child.

So this will be interesting to see what I feel from this adventure. Thank you for the pics and information. Now I will try to avoid anymore readings on the subject and pictures, so I will be fress and not see things that I expect to be there.

Love is what you are, not what you give or get!

Ree

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I want to thank you for weekly bringing us the World Reggae Show. I really enjoy it very much as well as reading your stories.

I am a 44 year old Dutchman who is crazy about reggae since about 1970. When I was 10 years old there was a small hit in The Netherlands called Johnny Reggae performed by the Piglets I think. I used to sing that tune all day, it was the start of a lifetime of reggae music for me. It continued at the age of 15 with Bob Marley Live LP in 1975 and after that with Burning Spear and his Social Living album. Nowadays I appreciate all styles of reggae allthough as everyone I have my favourites like Alton Ellis, Derrick Morgan, practically all Studio One from 60's and 70's, Sizzla and Warrior King etc etc. From the mid 70's up to now I have seen live performances from Alton Ellis, Derrick Morgan, Skatalites, Justin Hinds, Culture, Mighty Diamonds, Wailers, Steel Pulse, Aswad, Luciano, Macka B, Burning Spear, Misty in Roots, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Rico Rodriguez, Dennis Alcapone, Dennis Bovell, Alpha Blondy, Lucky Dube, Damian and Julian Marley, Israel Vibration, Junior Kelly, Lee Perry, Sean Paul, etc and Bob Marley, Rotterdam 1980!

I have dreamt all my life of a holiday in Jamaica and finally I am really going at the beginning of september!

Keep up your reggae show, I hope it will never stop!
Respect, Gerard van der Klooster, Tilburg, Netherlands.

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Hi. I really like this show. We are a Jamaican family in upstate NY (Rochester). This is the first time listening to the show, and we think it's great.

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Love your show. I was a Peace Corps volunteer in Fair Prospect, Portland from 1969-1971, and still have some of my old 45's. Glad to see Johnny Too Bad on you list. Peace & Love.

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blessed love to the man call Jack Slater and Junior Dub, our names are Mario and Shaun and we would just like to say keep Jah works going and Jah bless. thank you

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Hey Jack, Thanks for the mention and the prompt reply. you guys are great! I'm a student of the old school of reggae (pre ' 83). I was born and raised in Kingston and came to the U.S. as a teenager in ' 77. With my busy life here, I haven't been able to keep abreast of the latest hits in over twenty years (although I recognize more than half the songs you play). However, I listen religiously to your show on Tuesday nights and must say I love what I hear.

Your 'Jamaican pronunciations' are cute (smile). Thanks for giving little known artists(outside of Jamaica) the exposure they deserve. You deserve the title, "Honorary Jamaican".

Keep the rockers coming Junior!

Debbie

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My Husband and myself were at Rose Hall on May 5th and took this picture. We were the only ones in the room and when I took the picture I made sure there was no images in the mirror. I did not have any weird feelings and I don't even believe in ghosts, but when we got our film back I thought I saw a face in the mirror. My Sister was here and she said she did not see anything that looked like a face, so she said she would prove there was nothing in the mirror and took it home to blow up. (My Sister is a photo journalist) It was not long before she called me to tell me she had the creeps. There are many faces in this mirror but none can compare to Annie herself in the left hand corner of the mirror. Wow this is really creepy. Let me know what you think?

Sandra Morgan

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Dear Jack and Junior:

Musically speaking, we are definitely on the same wavelength. I regard myself as having a very eclectic taste in music, but think that lover's rock reggae is the best thing that has ever happened to music. I enjoy your show thoroughly and hope that your efforts help bring the art form to highest level imaginable.

Gordon Taylor

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Hi Jack and Junior

I recently discovered your site on the internet. It is the best show that i have ever listened to. I listen to the show everyday. But unfortunately i can't listen to the live shows. I always go into the archives. So brothers tell me the times that i can catch u live. Your selection is just wikid u know. Keep the fire burning my brothers.

Ras Lee

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Jack,

I have not written in a long time, but I wanted to let you know that I was going through some old shows (1/14/03) and I heard Ken Boothe singing "Everything I Own". I love that track and I've never heard it before. Also, in the same show, you have Sister Carol singing "Keep It Real". I just wanted to tell you and Junior that I'm still loving your show. It's some of the best music I've ever heard. Thanks again.

Bobby McFarland
from Big D (Dallas)

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I love the show! Nuttin' but big tunes ah play and I feel good every time I tune in! Nuff Respect.

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Jack and Junior,
Thanks so much for playing my song. I work with K-6th grade children all day and go to class at night so I never get to listen to the live show. I was so greatful when I heard my name on the show. I couldn't believe it, it was money! Thanks again. I hope to send some pictures of real "REZ" life to you guys someitme in the near future. Reggae Music is very popular here on the 'Rez' and I know it is well respected. We are in a constant struggle. Yes, Babylon is here too. But Dem Can't Hurt Nor Harm Us, For JAH is I-ver with US. I've known RASTA Music since I was 6, now I am 30. As always much LOVE and RESPECT every time. Soon come another request. Until then, little more...
A Brother and Friend,
"T", my friends call me Tommy.

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Hello,

I just want to thank you for the nice music!!!

Greetings from Holland.

Ilse

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You had a song from a group out of England on your web page. That is now gone-- I think the group was the New Age Steppers or a similiar name. Continue with the excellent job you have made me stop listening to regular radio and listening to shows on the net

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hi jack i have just found you on the web great show from peter from england

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Hail Jr.,
Nuff respect from the fair Isles of Bermuda I visited your site a few years ago and its good to see your still running things with that level vibe.

Yes I agree with your view from Jr Dubs comments page and you are 100% right many peple dont realize their is more to reggae music than Bob Marley. (Nuff respect to the King) or that the majority of his music was never played in his own country.

"A good man is never honoured in his own country" Bob Marley"

And then there are many other artist that helped bring reggae music to the fore. One of my favourite artists "Jacob Miller" at one time was bigger than Bob. Soul syndicate band, Lloyd Parks & We The People Band, Gladiators or the throaty growl of Prince Far-I all did their part in bringing the Kimgs music to the masses.

Last time I needed help finding a group named "Matumbi" and you didnt disapoint I did eventualy get a copy but it was a compilation not the original album "Point of view" which is not in print.

Now I'm looking for an old dub album called "Bag a Wire". I cant remember the artist or when it was released but it was a staple at our dub sessions at the beach or park with my brethrens. (King Tuby used to rule) Boy those were the days.

Any help would be greatly appreciated thanx in advance.

F.Pitcher

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Its crazy, me finding about your show...for weeks ive been trying to find a site that specializes in cultural roots rockers and lovers oldies and then boom i stumble upon World Reggae....who woulda thought...I'll tell u i found everything and more (that ive been looking for).....great show my Empress must be getting annoyed by how much ive been gushing and blasting the show for the last couple of days, but its aight she'll just have to bare wit i:)...anyways i dont want to take up to much space, but ive got a request and hopefully you'll know this one because im having a hard time remembering the exact title: i think the song is called peace treaty in kinston and it would either be by Jacob "killa" Miller or Toppzuki....hopefully thats enough info for yall but if not its still cool cause ill definently continue to listen....Raspect and blessed love from all the warriors and classic reggae lovers in Canada and me Hugh Whyte....Jah Guide

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Jack, the slower is slamming for sure.. everyone is feelin irie.

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I am from the U.K. and have just discovered your show. I have been a reggae fan for 20 years and I think your show is brilliant. I especially like the way you play dub versions back-to-back with the original versions and also just dub versions on their own.

Keep up the good work.

Chris McIntyre

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Jack,

Thanks for actually writing back to me...and thanks for the shout out! As I said before, I work at home all day and I get to pump your music for several hours each day. It is the absolute best and it keeps me in a great mood. Thanks again. I'll drop you guys a line every now and then. Talk to you soon.

Bobby

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Greetings from Zimbabwe . My name is David Madzivanyika , completely addicted to reggae music and I stumbled upon your show 5 weeks ago. Cannot believe there is such a big repository of great reggae in your archives . I am having a wonderful time listening to all the sweet music .Keep it up .

One love .
David

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I've been meaning to email you guys for 2 months. I stumbled upon your show a while ago and it is absolutely amazing. I want to buy everything you play. Is there a site where I can do that or do you have a playlist that I can download? Right now, I'm listening to Windows Media Player Show 14. This one featured Morgan Heritage, Lushawno(sp?), Half Pint, Gregory Isaacs, etc...

Also, Arthur Lewis(sp?) did a version of "Knocking on Heaven's Door" on another show that I can't find anywhere.

I've got to get my hands on some of this stuff. Please let me know if you have a playlist that I could review? Keep up the great work. Thanks.

Bobby McFarland

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Dear Jack & Junior,

Bwoy, I'm a Jamaican living in Holland and found out about your show early this year. I listen to it everyday at work and enjoy it VERY much. I always love to see when someone from another culture truly embrace and appreciate the Jamaican culture. My husband is Dutch and listens to nothing but Reggae, and now I've found another non-Jamaican that knows as much at about Reggae as he does....:) Keep up the good work and nuh respect!

Peace,

Jamaicanrebel

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Man, Jack, I have to give you my appreciation because you are a real rasta, In promoting concious reggae music as we dont hear much of it today, Since I found your website I have just been listening any time I have a chance to and I end up refreshed and wisened, I dont want to write too much_ this is just to show my respect,

May JAH Bless in every way,
Wahome a.k.a Maneatdub

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Jack

I regularly listen to your show and when you are not on I go back the archives. The archives is great because I get to listen to my favourites over and over.

Please can you play Sizzla's 'Woman I Need You' and dedicate it to all the beautiful woman of world and to me Tamara from Zimbabwe.

Keep up the good works.

Sweet Tee

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greetings,
my name is derek I have been a big fan of your show for about two years now i am living in boise idaho right now I just moved from breckenridge colorado a good friend of mine does the sunday reggae show Eggs over Irie I got to pick alot of set lists,your show opened me to many many versions and artists I would have never heard. from one fan to another thanks for a great show .

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Hey Guys,

I'm pierre Borg from Malta. I am a reggae dj on Malta's no 1 radio station SUPER 1 Radio on 92.7 Fm Voted number 1 for the past 12 years. You got great music and i always mention your show in my show which is every friday at 19.00.

Have to go now cos i'm at work

One love
One Unity
One Destiny

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Hello,

I'm writing you hoping you could help me get a song from a Reggae artist. I was in Barbados @ weeks ago and was in a cab when I heard a song that caught my attention. I do not know if the artist is correct but I was told it was either Garnett Silk or Admiral Tibbit. The lyrics went something like this ... I like the way you walk, the way you talk your smile and something about love or the love.

Anyway, I tried calling Liberty Radio Station to find out the name of the song played on Sunday @ 4:20 PM Barbados time but the DJ didn't seem to be of any help. I was told you guys might be able to help me.

Thank You!

Tony M.

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hello my name is cortlyn i live in barbados listen to your show for the first time on saturday man i just could not stop man i listened for the whole day.plesae mail me and tell me if this show is on mp3 so that i can load some of my favorite shows that i heard on cd and keep them for my personal listening pleasure.

cortlyn

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Just wanted to let you know that the Reggae show is always off the chains ! I listen on the web here in Sunny South FLA, never disappointed. Beres Hammond, Buju and Bennie Man are my favorites....

Thanks for making my day a pleasant on with sweet sounds to enjoy.

Brian

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respect to you all for providing this diamond in the rough... it is hard to discover "new" reggae in the states at times, so i am very appreciative!

thanks from north carolina, usa
sw

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Junior dub and jack god bless u guys for ur radio station its such a thrill to tune into it each week i love ur selection of good reggae from muta baruka to the mighty diamonds. I hope this radio station lives on and on, cause im always jamming to it

Keep up the good work guys

ONE LOVE
Ag

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I've been meaning to email you guys over the years but kept putting it off.

I've been listening to your show for many years. The music you play is perfect. I couldn't ask for a better selection. I love all sorts of reggae music with dancehall being my favorite. With culture and lover's rock following a close second. And the selections you play are mostly culture and lover's rock and I do not find myself missing dancehall at all.

Keep up the excellent work !!!

Nuff Respect

Howard Stewart

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Hi

Listened in and heard u play one of my songs from the 1970's. Thought u might wish to know that I have new releases; Grapevine, It Nuh Right and Easy Come Easy Go and am soon to complete an album.

If u are interested and can't find them I would be pleased to send u copies.

Much love

Lorna

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Hello there at the GREATEST REGGAE PROGRAM on the internet! Greetings from Finland!

Big Up Jack Slater & Junior Dub!

Renegade

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Hi Jack & Junior:

Just want you guys to know you have the coolest reggae music. Thanks for taking me home every tuesday night. Keep up the great work.

Faithful Listener, Fongi

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Hello,
I just discovered your program when I was running a google search for a favourate track of mine" Cool me down" by Tiger. I hav since made a promise to myself NEVER to miss your live programe very Tuesday.

I am Ghanaian currently working on my PhD thesis in "Mathematical Biology" at Imperial College in England.

Big ups for you and could you kindly dedicate a nice reggae track of your choice to my my cousin Albert Awopone in Ghana and to my all friends back in Ghana.

Regards
Gordon

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After hearing the ernie b versions and re-releases of Robert Nesta Marley, I have become re-enamoured of him. The traditional Marley songs that were pop-reggae are so jaded; now that we hear what really went on at night in the Black Ark with Scratch and friends.................Bravo Jack and Junior!!... for bringing this music, especially the dubs, to our attention!

tc2

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how interesting! my husband & i was at the beautiful rose hall in i985.not enough can be said to express what a wonderful place it is to visit. i saw enough & read enough to be sure that all is credible. many thanks for this opportunity to express our joy having visited this exquisite dwelling.

Betty

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Let's just say I was considering a trip to Jamaica and wanted it to be authentic, not the Disney world version. Who would I contact? Keep up the music. You guys do more for world peace than the United Nations.

Vince, New Orleans, La.

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Jack and Junior:

I just got back to work after a much needed holiday vacation and was very excited to hear your "shout out" during the first show I've listened to in the new year. Thanks again for all you do with the show and thanks even more for going that extra effort to show the fans your appreciation.

I know sometimes it's hard to do those little things that sometimes don't get noticed and I just wanted to give praise and say keep it up! You put smile on my face today, just wanted to send some positvie vibes back your way.

One love,
Lamar

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Jack and Junior:

I live in Santa Barbara California and am a true reggae lover. I listen to your shows everyday at work and love all the "niceness chunes"!

However, over the past year I don't think I've heard you guys play anything from Alpha Blonde who are one of my favorite reggae bands.

I also like the King Tubby, Rocky Road dub (you've played it a couple times and have used it to end the show) but there are also some other great dub versions on that same CD which would be great to hear.

Thanks and praise for all you do with the show and your website!

One love,
Lamar

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Keep up the great work! Love your show, passionate about your web site!

Best regards,
Paul

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i read that story about you in the bar in ochie. i got married at mahoganoy beach(now cool runnings) last march. we went for drinks in the same area as you it sounds. does Great Pond Road sound familar? we were up at Angelas mom's store across from the bar you speak of. great place. people are super nice there. isn't it nice to get away from the tourism and see jamaca the way it really is!(and red stripes are $2!) thanks again,jack! have a good week....james

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thanks for good radio !the sun is in my housse!! best regard to Paris.

Belval

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I'm a man (37 yo) living near Paris France Thank you very much for your world reggae show ! Good Mix ! Good Dub ! I like it

regards

Herve

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My husband and I visited Rose Hall too on our honeymoon last year, funny we have almost the exact same picture of the head board! I wonder if they position it in some way so we think we're taking pictures of ghosts...BUT we do have a picture of a chest that has a face image of a black man, looks like he could be a slave. He's standing next to the chest. Also in the dungeon there is a picture and a drawing of the same man/ghost we have in our pictures. If you would like to see what we have let me know and we will email it to you.

Oh, one more thing we watched our video from this visit and my husband was alone in a bedroom talking to the "ghosts" as a joke and when we played the video back, it was almost as if the ghosts were answering him there were orbs floating around in response to his questions or comments.

Amy & Brent

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i really like your show and the archives it brings me back to why i love reggae in the first place, go half pint

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To Junior Dub,

Greetings and how are you doing? I hope you are doing fine and Jah is guiding you.Thank you for the good work you are doing. I have a question about the show.I was wandering if it is possible for someone to purchase the playlists for the week.Could please reconsider if you don't because i just absolutely love the way you mix up new and old tunes, postive and dancehall.
Thank you in advance.
Jah bless.

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Peace n Love!

How good and pleasant it is to listen 2 ur selection each week! Its Wicked! I'm a big fun to the Bobo Dreads music , the likes of Capleton, Sizzla, Jr Kelly .............

Dedicate to all the concious minded youth in Kenya! Big up!

Paschal Wafula

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I have just visited your website today and i was impressed by the kind of things you are doing.I am Kenyan citizen;a university student to be precise(Egrton University,Njoro) and i should say that i lov reggae music very much.I have one query though.Is there any website i can visit where i can find lyrics to any reggae music i want coz most of the times i don't usually understand what the artists are singing.If you could send me any website i can find this, then i wuold be very greatful.My e-mail address is indicated below.Thanks in advance and may God bless you.

BARASA OUMA PETER
EGERTON UNIVERSITY,NJORO(KENYA)

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Lee, Nottingham, UK. Just thought i'd drop a line to say your web site is F****G AWSOME. Thanks.

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Hey Jack Slater,

I wrote you a little email awhile back asking you about your Top 40 announcing style (remember Jen from Canada). Anyhow, I just wanted to say that I think your show is truly awesome and that it has really saved my life here at my boring job. I honestly listen to your shows all day, every day. Don't change a thing.

Cheers,
jen

Oh, and word up to Junior Dub for the wicked selections.

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Hail up J&J nuff respect every time . Thanks for what you are doing for I and to be honest The I dem musically wicked . I now have my own studio and I would love to do a little jingle for the I dem so let I know as soon as possible and which of my rythm you would love it on Jah Guide ( Bless ) . One more thing I would love to hear the I dem pump the nuff girls off the raw Cd it is very much most people favourite keep up the great work Jah ask you to do ONE LOVE .

Vern Maytone .

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A big hello from Budapest, Hungary!

Fantastic program, I am so grateful I was able to find your site and live feed. I'd like to request some sweet sounds from Israel Vibrations, ideally a dub version...any song will do.

Take care, and peace,

Tibor Kalman

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Have you thought about printing up some tee shirts with the dancing charachitures on your website? I'd buy one and wear it so if our travels ever bring us in close proximity, you'd know I a follower!

One love from the Shaolin Temple...

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Keep up the good work, say a big hello to Sweetdane, Dmisssweetness and Danny Dread.

Thanks, from Pat in England.

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I really like the dub sound. WWOZ locally hosted by Elisa on Saturday nights and aired on the web turned me on to Dub Syndicate. Play the dub. I love it and y'alls show does much for the world.

Your show is the best in the world. Vince, New Orleans

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Eerie is definitely the word for the pictures of the headboard taken at Rose Hall. I lived in a haunted house once, and let me tell you it was no fun. Are the parishes in Jamaica like counties in the US. I had never heard of parishes, until I moved to New Orleans a couple of years ago. Anyway, just wanted to say great information and great show. You guys are great.

Anna
New Orleans, LA

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Jack and Junior, in the mornings I play you guys, my girls says, "whos that you listen to?", Then I say, "Honey, thats Jack and Junior, the Captains of this ship and if any slacky D.J. come test, they seperate at hip..."

I just got engaged as of 3-18-02, big up the Kung Fu Massive, Lexington Kentucky, Bennie Blender, Eddie Murphy, Greenyman, Kristy Killer...

special request, oooooooo, I wanna hear, M16 riddim, Calibud riddim, Buju (Nah live right) for all gunman fools........ We love you D.J.'s

love
Eddie Murphy

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Hello,
I recently visited Rose Hall and took pictures (Feb. 2002). We were astonished to see that in the three pictures I took of a very unusual mirror in Annie Palmers sitting room, they showed different things. The first picture shows something black in the corner - we haven't been able to figure out what it is. Also, there is no door reflected in the mirror as is reflected in the other two pictures. I stood in the same spot to take these. The 2nd and 3rd picture clearly show a women's head, shoulders and dress bodice. My husband was staring at this picture (a true skeptic) and noticed the faces of three others in these pictures. The second picture is not as clear as the third picture. I zoomed in on this pictures and was able to see eyes and a mouth on the woman. You can even see the top of her dress bodice. Tell me, do you see it as well? What do you think the black object in picture #1 is?

Cheri
Wilmington, DE

Click the camera to see the pictures!

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Dear Junior,

I have been enjoying your website and the music with it for sometime. I fully agree with your thoughts on how many talented artists there are in reggae music today. Eventhough Bob Marley will always be remembered on his impact on reggae, there are many people like Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, Lee Perry, Toots & The Mayhals etc... who are ALL pieces in the jigsaw puzzle that is reggae music. I support your actions to shine more light on these gifted souls.

Much Love, J

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Hey, I just wanted to say that I really appreciate your show. I just came across it the other day, and I've been listening ever since. I love the jams you play. My only suggestion is that you get rid of the Top 40 style intro's. I don't see what purpose they serve. I would much rather hear someone speaking from the heart, rather than being forced to listen to an annoying 'radio voice'. Other than that, you guys rock. I just wanted to say thanks.

Cheers,

Jen
Toronto, Canada

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i toured rose hall about 5 or 6 years ago. i too found strange images in some of the photos i took. in the picture of the chandelier ther was a shadow. i also took a pictue of a mirror, but different from the one you took, it to had something in the mirror that was not there when i took the pictue. the bed was another picture i took that had an image in it. our tour guide, she told us that the place was closed and locked up by 6pm because after that time is when all the strange occurances happen. i my self, would never think about spending the night there.

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My husband and I went to Rose Hall in 1998. We actually wanted to stay the night, however, they said that they did not let anyone do that any longer. I think that the house and story is magnificent , and I would return or recommend it in a heartbeat. We also have a picture that we took on our honeymoon and it looks like a ghost is rising off one of the beds. I would be glad to scan it and send it to you.

Lora Hickman, Springfield Tennessee

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i'm sorry to say, but i visited your website and found nothing eerie or strange about your pictures. it did make me scared but not because of the pictures. i visited rose hall myself and did not think that any of your pictures were very eerie compared to what i saw there myself. if you could please email me back at perkyfeet@aol.com and give me a brief explaination of each picture that would be great because i am very interested in this subject and i would like some more. thank you!

sincerely, olivia

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Thanks Jack and Junior,

I am truly grateful for your help. For the past few weeks I've been recording on a VCR six-hour segments of the cable reggae station in my area. The artist that have similar voice control (and lyrics) would be Mystic Revealers and The Congos. Michael Prophet has a similar tone, but it's not deep enough and he doesn't demonstrate as much control. I'm going to purchase "This One's For Jah" by Mystic Revealers, as the voice, sound, style and lyrical content is so close on their other works. Hopefully this information helps. Thanks again for all your help. This 'search' of my is revealing the positive influence the reggae world is having on this earth even in light of the current world situation. I will continue to visit your wonderful web site, trying a few of the artist you play on the World Reggae Show. Thanks again and God bless!

James Oby

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Dear Jack & Junior,

I'm just catching up on your recent shows since our return from the sunny beaches of Negril Jamaica. On this our eighth trip to Jamaica in as many years, we were married on the beach at Sandals Negril on January 11th!

We would like to thank our dear friends who witnessed our marriage by dedicating songs to them. Could you play Lady Saw & Genuwine"s version of Shaggy's "It Wasn't Me" for Kathy RedStripe? Our best man, Jon is an E. T. Webster fan. Would you play one of E. T.'s for Jon RedStripe as well? BTW, E. T. entertained us one evening at the Bayside at Sandals.

Thank you both for the weekly irie vibes.

Jamericans from Minnesota,
Gloria & Harry

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I was just passing by when I read your duppie report from Rose hall, well please tell all I am alive (or is it reincarnated) and well living in London UK, not killing my husband as I think years of marrage is far better, than a quick stab, or throttling. Mind you some would say Portland men can take care of them selfs, (come to think of it only Portland men that say that)

It was fun to read as for so long now all my husbands family and our friends have teased me about being "Annie Palmer the white whitch of Rose Hall".

I have been warned not to visit the Hall next year when we come to re-take our silver Wedding Vows, as they are sure I will be pocessed, and after seeing the photo's I think they could be right!! but hey just think of the fun I could have getting my own back for all the years of being tormented. You can imagine thier faces if I started asking for locks of hair, nail clippings, a hen and black candles....ummmm.

Thanks for such a Fun site and yes honest my name is Annie Palmer and I am white (english) married to a fantastic Jamaican man for 24 years, with three wonderful daughters and two grandchildren.

With Kind Regards

Ann M Palmer
London, England

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Greetings -

Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your show - never miss a week. One question: For us reggae music collectors out here, would it be possible for you to display the information about each track (record label, number, year, etc)? You play some KILLER cuts, many of which I'd love to find copies of.

Again, Thanks for the great shows!

Doug Tracy

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Greetings,
a member of our organisation came across your website on Rose Hall-our next stop for investigation.

We noticed that you wanted input on your pictures of the mirror and headboard etc so we had one of our photo analyzers take a look at them.

The headboard: looks like flash reverberation and light reflection (like you stated) The mirror: nothing there but light from the flash.

Hopefully your investigation and tour proved to have better results. For more information on who we are and what we do check out our webpage.

Maybe we can work together on the Rose Hall investgations.
until we speak....
take care,
R. Hoffman
SCPI photo investigation team
Sr. Analytical Investigator

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Hey there. Nuff respect to you all for pure niceness and ital vibes. The goodness of Jah comes through everyday here in my office and I look forward to every new show!

Listen, back when me was jus a youth, we used to shock to a tune called "dangerous" by Conroy Smith (I think). I am not sure of the last name...Give a shout out to Mattyroots

Any chance you could a come dung wit' dis ya tune??

Respect. You guys are the best. Keep up the great work!

Matt Lyon (mattyroots)

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i have stumble on to you guys now ..and i feel i found my way at home.........
just a fan of the true music .. with a good vibe and the only music with meaning.........

leonida aka helen powerhouse

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Big Jack Slater and Mr Junior Dub !

Lovin' The Vibes with Selassie Chapel !! Big hit redone ! niceness ;) Anyways listen here mon ! The 7th annual Bob Marley Festival took place Live and Direct from Wilmington, Del this Sat (8/04/01) in Harriet Tubman Park. Five righteous Reggae Bands from the States ripped up and set the tone ripe throughout the summer air - Perfect setting to feel the vibrations of Joseph Hill and Culture!! I n I could feel Bob's presence as a good time was had by all ages 1 - 99 (the most harmonious crowd Imon has ever seen). Set list included many classic Culture tunes - 2 Sevens Clash, Them a come, Zion is a Holy Place - House energy was at an amazing level for crowd of 5,000 when dem a launched into Remember Bob Marley!! (which is my request) The evening proceeded with Mr. Hill inviting all of the evening's performers on stage for an all around positive vibes edition of "One Love" with more then 40 people onstage. Was an amazing night out and there was not one fight or security problem as true Unity was felt by the diverse crowd of 5,000 !! Glad to report my account of an amazing Reggae show inna babylon! (Keeping the hopes alive)

Jah Bless!
Kev Minor
Wilm DE

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Thanks for the great music. I have been listening to your show for about 1 year now, and look forward to it every Tuesday night.

When I get the chance at work I listen to your archieved shows.One thing I would like to see on the web-site is a better way to access old shows. I know you can pull old shows by the songs, but I have been listening to each show in the order that you aired them. And right now to do that I have to start at the beginning and continue to click, "last week's playlist" until I get to the last show I listened to.

Just a suggestion....

Once again thanks for putting the show together each week. Jack Slater & Junior Dub I look forward to your next show.

Thanks,
Mike

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Greetings
Great web site. I like the way you list the songs so I can listen to what I want. Lots of old favourites from the 70's. Keep up the good work.

Jenn Tsun

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Hi guys, still listening and loving every minute of your show!! I am downloading and ripping cds now...thank you! Can you post the following message on your bulletin board?...still waiting to heat an old Barrington song with the phrase Spanishtown repeated. Can anyone ID the song and let me know at

As always I am gratefuuly yours,

Thomas

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Hi,

My son and I just viewed the pictures that you have on your website. We both see the image of a woman with a dress on in the picture on the right hand side. The woman is standing on the left side of the picture. We find it extremely erie but yet amazed that you were able to capture this image on the film. I do believe that this house is haunted by Annie Palmer and she will continue to do so forever.

Thank you for allowing us to see your pictures. If you have anymore stories of sightings I would love to read more about it. I would also love to see more pictures from others who may have captured the ghostly image of Annie.

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i believe what i see the white witch of rose hall is visable. i believe it.anyhow mi si her mi wouda run.

s.c.

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...I Love your shows !!

Greetings from Berlin

Uli

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JrDub and Mr Slater

Excellent rythyms and positive Vibes all around as I just now discovered the Reggaeshow!! Much thanks to you two Reggae ambassadors! Kashief Lindo Roman Stewart these two rockers - they busting out great great vocals bring a big smile to my face - also enjoyed "Rough this year" ,"70 times 7", and good ol Beres ending the broadcast smoothly . hey mon I wish I found this site a few years ealier but hey what can I do but grin - Fresh reggae every Tuesday !!! Dont ever stop ! Thank you again and JAH BLESS !!!!!!

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I would send those photos in! I was there at the house on May 18th, I found the tour very exciting. The tour guide showed us a mirror that another woman had seen an image in when she got her film developed, I had to take a picture of it , my husband told me to turn off the flash so that it wouldnt reflect in the mirror, as I went to push the button the flash lit up so brightly and stayed on for about 30 seconds (something that it had never done before) I got the eerriest feeling and our tour guide insisted that Annie was up to something. I got the pictures developed and much to my dissapointment I didnt see anything unusual. But I will never forget the flash experience. But you should send the picture in

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hello, i just watched about this rose hall great house, on scrariest places on earth on the fox family channel. that is the most scariest story i ever heard, and whoever goes into this place must have a lot of courage. i hope everything goes alright with this house, and that no one is hurt. i am a 13 year old student in Pennsylvania in the United States. I think a exorcist should come to the house, even though "the white witch" may get worse. but anyways good luck to you and everyone else. thank you.

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Hello Jack from the crew at the Negril Yacht Club. It's a slow night and we sent our band home for a few days so we threw your show on for a bit. We're going to use you regularly. The crowd here really enjoyed your lineup. Great tunes. Keep Jammin'.

Phil & Chuck

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greetings from john dillinger in vallejo cali'....

sending you all a message of respect and thanks from out here in vallejo cali'...

hey! there is this song i heard on kpoo 89.5 fm in the late 1980's that sounded like frankie paul that went like this- "suppose i was a fool, to put my trust in you..., say you would let me down , like you do now..., cuz i see you hugging and a kissin and a squezzing on that bald headed guy!!- this song is a real pretty dancehall lovers rock song that i never found out the title and i wish I knew this song so i could play it at my reggae club i spin at every monday nite out here...

maybe you guys know this song as most of the songs you play on your station are the music i love most. many jamaicans out here say the way you guys select is the best cuz it shows knowledge of where it all comes from. any way, here are some requests, sugar minott slow version of 'my love is true', sugar minott- 'simple as that', sugar minott- 'so we love it(10 inch version), sugar minott- 'fisherman', sammy dread 'dreadlocks girl'( you can download this on napster-tappa zukie producer), jr demus-'dem wrong', beres hammond 'all over you', scientist-wins the worl cup-track 1-johnnie osbourne version of 'love is international',....anyway, anything you can do as reggae is still the music where the dj/selector must know and feel it, y'all are top-notch and the vibe is good!!!

please e-mail back like you did last time,
respect and much love for life!!!! john dillinger 2001

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Interesting to read your account of visiting this mythical place. I visited a few years ago, being fascinated by childhood tales from my dad. I found the place serence and peaceful. I stood at the open bedroom window and imagined the many slaves working the plantation. My paranoid friend frantically took many photos of that infamous mirror, in the hope of capturing that elusive duppy!

If there was anything eerie at all, it had to be the tomb at the side of the house.

I felt sorry for the poor tour guide, day after day reciting the story to the gullible few. Why was there never a photo of her, thats what I want to know? Even a decent painting?

And bwoy, dem coulda nyam, ee? Did you view the room laid out with choice foods, ready for the imaginary feast?

A nice day was had by all (and my friend had many bare mirrored photos to muse over for years to come)!

Thanks for this info. My brother wanted to put his curiosity to rest and see/hear for himself!

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When visiting The Rose Hall Great House on my honeymoon/vacation, I was snapping pictures like crazy and cracking jokes the whole time we were there.

I kept taunting Annie to come out and get her photo taken and that I'd make her a star and all kinds of things like that!! I was especially rowdy when we were upstairs. I'm not sure why. I think mainly because I had this bad vibe clinging to me that I just couldn't seem to shake. After hearing the stories of how Annie would often stand at the balcony to watch those she tormented suffer and about the young maid who mysteriously died while cleaning the balcony (suspicions stating that she was thrown off by Annie) , I knew I had to take a picture of it, so I readied my camera and took aim.

It wasn't until after I got home and had my many rolls of film developed that I realized that not only did I not have a picture of the balcony, but in its place I had a very strange, eerie-looking picture of what appears to be a woman with dark hair pulled up on top of her head and fastened with what appears to be a string of pearls. After I finish writing this letter to you I will be sending along a copy of this mysterious vacation photo and you can see for yourselves what I and many others have seen now to further prove the authenticity of your own ghostly images. I hope you like it.

My Sincerest Regards,

Jennifer Johnson a.k.a. Karaoke Queen

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I love your show.....It is by far the best on radio or the web. Thank you!

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Greetings,

The Love joys performed here in Philly in 1983. What a show! The place was packed, awesome vibes, a bright sunny day by the waterfront. Horace Andy appeared 2. David Hinds of Steel Pulse was in the crowd, taking pictures. I hadn't met David Personally ...when I did, he already knew da face cause he had da picture! Da beginning of a warm relationship shared with Steel Pulse. So..good vibe lead 2 more good vibes... Da LOVEJOYS sweet melodies, I'll never forget. I wonder how many people remember! GIVE THANKS 4 keeping da vibes ALIVE!!!

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greetings to you all,

john dillinger here from vallejo cali. been doing an all out, all nite internet web search for rare lovers rock music for this club i dj out here...
man, i got folks who lowride and otherwise might be stereotyped to not listen to authentic jah music going crazy to sugar minott, sammy dread, frankie paul and the list goes on...
gangsters are dancing with there girls shouting that lovers sounds like merangue or slow salsa, whatever folks want to call it is cool with me because i first heard lovers rock and thought it was some sort of incredible lowrider oldie music...
each perosn discovers this music in their own way and i cannot think of better way to do my part and turn people on to this musdic...
i write this e-mail while i am listening to your radio show, a song i never heard by dennis brown called 'dumb thing'- nice song to bad dennis is gone...
anyway, you keep this up, it is beautiful what you are doing and maybe you can e-mail me back with whatever. i am trying to find some rare black roots-sugar minott 12" music and i will pay well for it maybe you can help me-either way, take care respect-sincere for life...
john dillinger

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Jack and Junior -

It is so good that you archive the shows. I still get blown away hearing the "I'm Still In Love With You" collage from last July. It was the first time finally that I heard the Marcia Aitkin version. Very massive big ups to you.

Larry
Portland, OR

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Thanks for nothing in 2000, but hopefully you will get your heads out of your arseholes in 2001 and smell the shite - yep - thems people out there with progress a brewing - but otherwise -

Happy New Year to you and your family - if indeed you are of the human species

you have not supported my music in 2000 - please make a resolution to be like even to be pretending to be supporting me in 2001 and I will do the same for your site which isn't very good.

Also keep in touch and let me know what you have going on.

All the best for 2000

Mel

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Hi! My name is Nicole and I am from Texas. I looked at your pictures and read your story. Your story was pretty creepy but I didn't really see much in the pictures. I just saw a glare in the headboard, and in the mirror I didn't see anything at all but white designs and stuff, but not really anything that would be considered ghostly or paranormal. Well, who knows, maybe I'm just not looking at it right? But anyways, that's my opinion. Well that's about it! Have a good day!

Sincerely,
Nicole

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I can not believe my ears!! You all have the best thing goin on. Please ad me to your mail list. Is it possible to get a WORLD REGGAE RADIO bumper sticker?

jah bless you all

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Jack and Junior,

Thanks for giving me my weekly reggae fix this past year!

We are anxiously counting the days until we leave on our seventh trip out of the frozen northwoods and into the warm sunshine of Jamaica. We will arrive at Sandals Negril on January 20th. When will you be bringing the Reggae Show to Sandals Negril? I'll put in a good word for you while I'm there.

Please dedicate a song to the excellent staff of Sandals Negril and let them know that Harry & Gloria are "Coming In Hot, Hot, Hot"

Wishing you both a very Merry Christmas and the Most Irie of New Years,

Gloria in Minnesota

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Nuff Respect,

Top selecta, I was quite excited to hear this tune kicking it again, if it wasn,t 6:30 am I would look to mash up the neighbours with this cut, still respect due and first cudoes go to Jack and Junior, your site is worth its weight in gold?????...................????, WHEEL OUT SELECTA.

What is this?, I expected to hear just one track but it seems that you have delivered the whole album "Give Thanks" Long shall I sing the praises of this site. I think the neighbours will indeed get a taste of this before I go to work, I will have plenty time to reflect on these tracks and slip into some quiet meditation this afternoon,right now I have to get ready for work before I make myself late.

Again NUFF RESPECT TOP SELECTA, I am deeply thankful for this music and long shall it be played.

Peace Spook

Up above my head......I hear music in the air.

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HIGH!!!!

GREETINS FROM PERU, WE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE SOME REGAE SHOW AROUND AS WE HAD ON THE PAST, TRY TO ORGANIZE A SHOW FOR SOME DAY SOON MANY PEOPLE LIKES REGGAE HERE, SO WE WILL REALLY APPRECIATE REGGAE STAR CAN COME TO OUR COUNTRY

GREETINS
ALBERTO

JAH LIVES!!!!!

cmontesl@tsi.com.pe

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i am searching for this song!

"I and I are the living dread ina dis a land of the living dread"

who is this?
what is the name of this song?
what album is it from?
help!
chu

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Aloha,
I love love love....LOVE the site, riddims, and comentating. Quality show with quality vibes. I listen to the show while doing my homework, or just chilling on the beach. Just an everyday thing...I would like to request SUZY WONG by Jacob Miller, Too young by Eddy Grant. Much love and thanks to you and junior dub. keep it going.

"YoYo, play hawaiians a tune won't you!!"

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Dear Jack Slater and Junior Dub,

I lived some years in the hills in Jamaica and I find Your work great. The people becomes good inspiration through Your world reggae show. It helps for more peace in this world it only wants to follow the most of the messages in the lyrics.

I found a site with Reggae songs from about 1970-1982 www.playj.com/static/genreindex_10.html wich is worth You look in. There are for legal downlowd more then thousend songs. It would be nice if You could find a way to add some of this songs to Your show and in the same quality ore even if you could show this link to Your listeners when the owner of that site would allow this. I'm shure them appreciate it.

Peace, love and guidance

Rockstone

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We were in the house about three days ago. My wife and I went to Montego Bay for vacationing. We went to the house and I must say it was a great experience. I saw your pictures and the pictures from tourists at the house, in the donjon. I must say I thought it was pretty weird and I said well, it was probably the camera's flash. But, the weird thing is that when we got back on Friday, I got the pictures developed and one picture caught my attention. It was a picture of a painting. A lady wearing a light blue/white dress. I remember because I liked the painting, and the painting was in perfect condition. No scratches, no blemishes, nothing. So when I looked at the picture, there was a white glaze over it. My wife and I agreed that the glaze resembled a face where the lips were easily spotted. It was pretty frightening. Anyway, I'm considering sending the picture to the house and who knows, maybe they will put it up with the rest. Please feel free to respond at nbtsili7@aol.com

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My friends and I went on a tour of Rose Hall. I myself did not believe in ghosts, etc., but was supremely uncomfortable throughout the whole tour. Yes, the mirrors are eerie; what pictures came out are strange. Then there's the film that didn't come out!! Did you see the portrait of the short, young woman with the children -- just past the dining room on the way to the stairs? I firmly believe that to be "Annie." She is short and dark as described in de Lisser's book. Her eyes are not warm at all. See how she holds the small child, grasping his shirt? This is not a woman who loves children; this is an evil person. While standing there (we were four sceptics!) with the tour guide, looking at the portrait, one of the large posts holding the satin rope to keep people out, fell over!! It scared us to death! And we hadn't even gotten to the bedrooms upstairs!! Maybe it's a myth? Is de Lisser's book supposed to be fiction or fact? I don't know. But there is something in that house.

Diana McGee

We heard a story about some guy that wanted to see for himself if there was a ghost (duppy) so he got permission to stay overnight in the house. Hours after retiring, he had trouble sleeping.

(YEAH! I WOULD!!!!)

Anyway, he went to the kitchen to make some tea. As he was sipping it, he heard a scream coming from another part of the house. He put the cup down and ran to investigate.

(I would have just RUN!)

He found nothing, but when he returned, his tea cup was missing.

I believe you can sign up to stay at Rose Hall overnight as part of a tour. Let me know how it goes. I won't be there!

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Hi,

My daughter went to Jamaica for vacation and someone told her about the story of Annie Palmer. She is quite facinated about the story and I know there is a book about the whole saga. I am a Jamaican myself and can't tell her the story in its entirety. I need your help in finding this book, can you please tell me where in Brooklyn New York I can find this book.

I am awaiting your kind response.

Thank you

There is a novel by H.G. de Lisser called "The White Witch of Rosehall". It's published by Ernest Benn Limited of London. You can probably get it from amazon.com. Hope that's what you were thinking of!

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Greetings JUNIOR DUB

Greetings in the name of the Most High,One GOD reigneth all Creation. livin' and indwelling in the hearts of every man. You have a real irie page indeed

Behold...
There is a roots missionary band in the island of PUERTO RICO (Caribbean) about to spread the Word, as the 'two-edge sword' of REVELATION to the four corners of our kosmic Universe. SELAH. Their name is Gömba Jahbari = 'Soldier of the Father'. In cas of spiritual thirst, I'n'I will provide you with Far Eye Productions' -their own marketing and promotions source- e-mail so you can request their muzik directly: fareye@prtc.net

Keep up the mystic links and positive vibes alive all the time!!!

I Give thanks everytime.

Irie Heights For-I-Ver
I-Sense

³What is hidden from the wise and the prudent shall reveal to the babe and suckling²

Jesse-I

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Nuff Respect to the Jr/Jack Team

I was glad to hear the interview Jack had with A.J.Brown "Boots Brown is one of those reggae singer who does not get the kind of exposure he deserves, so Big Up to you Jack for telling the world about AJ "Boots" Brown. I got my copy of V on line at www.jamrock.com three months ago and I love this cd, especially "Father/Friend". AJ should realease this as a single and promote it. It could be a number# 1 hit on reggae chart all over the world.

RESPECT EVERYTIME
SUPER SPICE/BALTIMORE,MD

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Greetings,

Jack be nimble,
Jack be quick,
GIVE THANKS for duh BIG UP,
I-N-I appreciate it!......SMILE FOR ME!!!

ONE LOVE

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hail jr dubb the man jah jimmy hail the i from miami the man play some wicked tune keep good work

jah guide

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Junior,

Man this is some kind of website. Keep it going for all to enjoy. Great pictures, great story of Rose Hall. It makes me want to go there.

I man gone. JAH GUIDE & PROTECT!!

Scott Houston

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love the show

karl
england

one love

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I want to congratulate you on teh show. It is great, I enjoy the feeds greatly. Sitting in class listening to them with my headphones are the greatest.

I also want to ask you a question. Do you know the person who sings the reggae song that goes "When i see you smile, I can face the world, I see you shining right through the way now... When I see you smile, baby when I see you smile, at me." I woul dreally appreciate your help.

Francisco

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Hi, in the name of Rastafari,

Just a little note to say I've just discovered your Web site, and started to listen to your show, Its truly wicked indeed, keep up the good work. I'm from England in the UK, and its good to hear my brothers around the making positive vibes,

One Love

Chester

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Been back from Sandals Negril for over 5 weeks now and missing Negril immensely. Catching up on past Reggae Shows is helping with my homesickness. How about playing some Peter Tosh for my friend, Donovan, "Dionne Sanders", at the Sundowner Restaurant. Big Ups to the both of you. The show just gets better and better!

Irie,
Gloria in Minnesota

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Dear sir,

this is very good did u enjoy jamaica and are u fromn the USA did u like the reggae there would u go back very nice clean pictures I told 15 people about your site keep up the good work

T

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I really enjoyed your Picture gallery. I happened upon your site thru my sister & brother-in laws site the garrisons & I'm glad I took part it was very informative & gave me the in on some new music.

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hail jr dubb the man atuning from miami the show ire ihope the man can play some hits from the 70s jah guide

jah jimmy

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Greetings Junior Dub

I've been trying to find out what became of Purpleman-- he is one of my all-time favorite deejays, yet except for his name appearing on a few compilation cds/records here & there, I have yet to see any mention of him anywhere. I don't even know if he's alive or not. You wouldn't happen to know anything, would you?

Much Respect to You & your Friends
--Nikolai

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guess what ? i'm moving to HUMBOLDT tomorow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! woooooooo hoooooooooo dank herbs sweet reggae music!!!! anyway......... i want to now where i can listen to your show ? and what times ? i have one on file its really good mix.... the announcer talks about cars in jamaica and shit.... it also has the best steel pulse song on it i have ever heard in my life ........nyabinghy voyage.... and the rest of it is almost as good but in a different way ......... i love those extended versions they kick ass !!!!!!! i'm moving to humboldt for the school " college of the redwoods" and for the dank herbs and reggae and beautiful area, i'll be in a dorm room with a computer and it rains a lot so i need some back up plans( such as feeling irie too your dope shows). anyway........ thanks for being around i got bad respect for ya!!!!!!!!!

one draw !!!!!!!!
peace out
from your fellow irie man

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Hey now! My co-worker turned me on to this site and I love it. I just emailed all my friends and linked them to your show as a holiday present. Keep jammin'.

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This is Gloria in Minnesota wanting to hear some more Tony Rebel. Tickets are bought...heading for Negril on January 10th. Can't wait for my reggae! You guys are the best help I've got!!! Thanks, Mon. Irie Vibes,

Gloria

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hi hello

I'm zdouk, freshly came to Us (D.C.) and I dunno where I'm gonna find a Sound in Washington. If you know please tell me
tanx & Big UP
Ps : miz gonna die with all tha shity music they feed me here, please be fast. reggae'll never die

ideal@erols.com

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Big tings an gwan fi dis yah site, luv it cann dun

Wendy, Miami

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Hi. My name is Jackie. I live in Toronto, Canada. I'm an avid reggae music lover and I really enjoyed your site. Keep up the good work. It's nice to know I can vist my homeland (not by birth - nationality) when I'm feeling down.

Thanks.
J.

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Hahahah, I love the comical twist you put on your trip to Rose Hall. And yes, by all means, send the photos. My Mum has told me of her personal accounts with seeing "duppies" at Rose Hall when she was a girl in MoBay. Especially terrifying is her account of a girl guide trip that was cut short by the appearance of "figures" in every window of the house. This was before Rose Hall was restored. They hi-tailed it out of there. I grew up with the "Rolling Calf" stories, and am pleased to have seen your account on the net. I am planning to reference your site in my Rose Hall links. That's all for now.

Michelle Cook
Cook Family Web Page

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Walk, an live... talk an bombaklatt dead, natty dead.
I wake up indi morning, wat du i see, gunmen standing over me......
Tu much gun,..
Guntalk, no more.

Who is Nadine from Sav la mar?

Best spliffs from djbj

bcjaco@online.no

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Hello Jack
I just discovered your show and I really like your selections. It said that I could place a request. I would realy like to hear "bucky skank" (I think it is written that way) from Lee Perry. If you have this could you please play this for me? Thanks !

Ras greetings from Holland
Niels

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eh, mon! dis site is da BOMB!! mi comin to you all da way from the 808 st8 (hawaii) were di reggae music is livin strong. it's true that some people who listen to reggae music don't know about the other artist who are keeping the reggae music alive. they only know of the one and only BOB MARLEY! may he rest in peace. mahalo's bradda for featuring a lot of the other artist. if it wasn't for people like you, who knows where reggae music would be today?

one love, one heart..
malia

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Your show rips,
Keep it up

Joe

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Dis ya muzik mek me have an IRIE feelin! Dis ya muzik IRie. Tenks fe de muzik mon!!!

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Although it's been a few years since I lived and worked in the Caribbean (St. Croix), I'm even more a fan of reggae now than I was back then. In fact, now that I live in Colorado, I find a good Lucky Dube or Culture tune works well to transport me back to those sandy beaches. Your show has that same effect for me. I love your mix of music. It's the kind of reggae I tried my best to find while living in the Virgin Islands. I think my best "find" by far was Foundation's "One Shirt" album. I've listened to hundreds of times over the past four or five years and still can't get enough of it. I'd really love to hear one of their songs on your show since I don't think they get nearly the respect or admiration they deserve.

Thanks,

Bryan
A new fan from Denver.

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Good day to you my brethen. Jah know a yester mi find yu site pon di web and yu know say mi nuh go a nuh work today! Believe mi di site a di wickedest thing pon di web bout Jamaican music. Brethen yow man mek yuh so terrible di music mek people addicted to di site. The only thing is jus dat now and den a man would like fi see a likkle picture pon di net, fi real trust mi brethen, yuh site tuff like steel Jah know

Honestly I was listening to some music on your site trust me it reminds me as a youngster growing up when my father used to play these music. Just reply asp. I am going to sleep I was listening to the music on your site. Keep up yuh good work. One love. Tek care.

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Yes J.D

Regardless of what the rest say, this is the baddest Reggae Web. Jah bless

Wenty

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I am a white-haired, pale skinned, 55 year old Boston Irishman who LOVES all forms of Jamaican music. I listen to Reggae, dub, roots, and rock steady most of the time. Can't get enough of this "life giving" music. The reggae beat is truly the heartbeat of the earth ... of nature ... of Jah. I respectfully request a great song with a hypnotic bass line ... one I know you will enjoy. It's called "A Little Way Different" (the D. Bovell mix) by Errol Dunkley. You can find it on a CD called "Revolutionary Sounds" on Shanachie (SP 224)

I and I thank you.

Sincerely,

Jerre Batson
RealPower Web Design

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Hi,

I was at jamaica during last summer with my family. We visited rose hall too. I saw the pictures you were talking about down in the gift shop or basement, and couldn't see what anyone was talking about. I am kinda doubtful about ghosts being in the house, but it could happen. I didn't really see anything in our photos when they turned out, but on the video my mom took of the one mirror that was in Annie's room, (the one on the wall that in the pictures downstairs claimed to have a reflection of annie palmer in it) when she was shooting from one angle, it looked as though there was a half of a scull in it. I doubt it was anything, but your one picture of the other mirror looks kinda creepy. I am kinda skeptical still about there being ghosts.

Sincerly,
Stephanie

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hey, you got some really good tunes there, man.
-I LOVE that Michigan$smiley song, "Rub a dub style.." Is there any way I can get it from you in MP3??? I want to make a cd mix, but all of your music is "streaming" only. Help me, PLEASE!!! Ive been lookin everywhere for that song, and I cant get it out of my head, and I need to hear a cleaner version, because that one is too "raspy." I love your selection!!! You should keep it the way you have it, but try to put MP3s for us, so that we can share the music...
Please help, and t'anks fa evreting, mon! Ya do jah bisnezz goo', doncha' know!! (hehe) wishing you jah-full blessings

skimz

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Hi,

I got this e-mail address from Junior Dub's web site & I'm hoping you can help me. Many years ago - in the early 70's - just as Dandy Livingstone released 'Suzanne Beware Of The Devil' my local radio station (long since defunct) in Birmingham, England played a version by Nicky Thomas. Everybody seems to think I am mistaken, but I had it on tape until a few years ago, and I have the Dandy Livingstone version which is very different. I may be mistaken in that it was Nicky Thomas, but I'm 99.9% sure it was him. I've writen to Trojan records who handled most of the Reggae in the UK in the 70's and they know nothing of it. I would really like to get hold of a copy - have you ever heard of it - do you know what label it was on etc.?

Man thanks

Geoff

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I would like to thank you for the time you spend spreading these positive vibes throughout the nations. This site is realling a gem for the world of reggae lovers.

Give Thanks and Praises

Christian

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Jah Man

Keep on your site. Spread these good vibes all across the nations.

Jah Jah
Bleessed Be

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YEAH MON

DIS YA DI MOST MASSIVE REGGAE PLACE IN DI WHOLE NET. TRUE.
Thank u so much for givin'us such good time .
YES I

Marcus (from France)

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cool page man!!!!!!!!!

from: stony malonie

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Well! Ras!....yu music caaa...n done, Boss Man. The man kno how fi lik good music. And on top of it all, you seem to bring it live ..... in the cuttin' edge technology style (The W-W-W style).

M. Roberts

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very nice site. works nicely with winamp & mp3. no dropouts.are you ever going to go stereo?

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Junior Dub:
First time visiting your web page. Good selection of great songs, which brought back memories. Beautiful scenery for your background. Keep up the good work!!!

ABarX

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hail in his majesty's name...i congratulate you on an excellent page on reggae...i have not seen any music from mystic revealers on your play list..please give us an update on jamaica's premier roots band...jah jules

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Jack and Junior,

Just wanted to Thank You and the Technical Staff for finally going Stereo! I switched from AudioActive and now use Windows Media Player, and WOW, the show sounds FANTASTIC. Also, Thanks for playing my request "Rockers" the other week. I never heard that versiom before it was great.

A VERY BIG UP!
Keith
Providence, RI

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Hail up Junior,

As a Radio Announcer and Technical Operato from JBC Radio, I want to congratulate the man for a cutting edge Reggae concept. Record label, artists and the fan love you ..Fah ever!! As we spread the word together, Please list the following on your community service bulletin board:

Artist, Manager or Booking Agents who currently have overseas dates and looking for extended tours, or dont have dates and requesting tours, we can be of assistant to you.

***Note: We do international tours except U.S.A Domestic Tours.

TOPRNKN

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This is a killer page, the best I've found so far. If you know any other old roote pages can you please let me know. I'm not into the new roots. thanks for the irie music.

kamma

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This is my favorite site among all the excellant and not so Irie ones.

Ras Elder
James

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A friend sent me to the site and I think you did an excellent job! I know nothing about reggae but this site is definitely a great way to start!!

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Hi Junior,

Very interesting pictures of Ja. The ones of Rose Hall was quiet fantastic, I could not believe that womeone would actually took pictures in there. How did you feel, were you dizzy let me know. I think the staff or who ever would appreciate you sending a copy of Rose Hall. I know they will appreciate if much.

Hope you go back and visit other beauty spots as we call them, real soon. Its good to see pictures of JA on line it really lift my spirits and make me want to go home real soon.

Bye and good luck!!!!!!!

Natricialw

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we enjoy your show and selection of reggae tunes. Big up to Jr.Dub and Jack Slater from West Virginia USA

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hey..
this is THE best web site ever!!! i was married to a jamaican man for 7 years...i am from the USA, but i never got reggae out of my system. thank you so much for such an awesome site. all the songs that i grew to love from aswad, bunny wailer, and so on, are all there. now i don't have to go out and buy the CD's....again, thank you so much. i am so glad that i found it. have an irie day!

sharon sewell

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Hi there Mr Jr Dub and greetings from sweden!!

Big up to dis irie reggae page!!! We are a Swedish reggae band called Barabas and we just got our own page on internet. It includes some information about the band, some pictures, a guest book and some full version songs from our recent reliesed Cd "Uptown Reggae" It would be boonoonoonous and a great honor if you linked our page on your site.

Best regards:

Johan Staaf (drums) and Barabas

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Hey there my brother:

I am looking to locate the Reggae Band: 6th Revelation More importantly, I have been trying to locate "Papa D", who just happens to be the lead singer of the group. I'm not sure if they are still around, however, Last I heard, they were going to Germany on tour. I would really like to find out the 411 on these guys. Thanks for the help!!

Susan

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please play the album-----"dj explosion----special request and popular demand" it has michigan and smiley and yellowman and many others. please play it. i will advertize this website to every irieman i meet. it is one of the best reggae websites that i have ever seen . thank you for bringing the magik of reggae music to my computer. if you can tell me any other sites where i can download music i would be gratefull. thank you again for making this website.

simi.

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Put some Bob marley on yer page man

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I was listening to your 7/7/98 show and you mentioned that your show was coming upon the two year mark. Well I just wanted to say that you still sound just as good as when I first discovered the show back in 1996 and with Jah's love and guidance that you and Junior can keep going for a long time coming. One Love.

Alex (Mt. Vernon)

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Hey,

These pics are beautiful, makes me wanna go back to Jamaica. I don't believe in the duppy business LOL. I adore your website...I spent hours on it.

Hold tight.

Monica

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Irie Junior,

we like your side very much, and so we set a link at our homepage. Our webside is just in German and gives information about Jamaica, Reggae and travel tips.Greetings from the Rootsmans Reggaeland Posse!

Rootsman&Rootswoman

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Greetings Junior,

Mi a e-mailin yu from Hawaii! Hear mi, yu site a jus boggle mi brain! All JAH vibes a flow from your site. I'll be sure to check it again. Mi jus hope yu biggup Hawaii some time. Ca we love JAH sound too. Roots Reggae run tings! To all who disagree, den blood claat on dem, seen? Well, give thanks to yu Rasta. Checkin dis site mek my day. If yu waan fe chat bout Hawaii's Reggae scene, yu can e-mail me at.... Mystik47@aol.com. Anyone else intersted, come forward,let mi tell yu bout my home. Till JAH leads mi dis way once again, ONE LOVE & INITY....JAH BLESS....COOL RUNNINGS....IRIE....MYSTIK.

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Hi Junior Dub. I love reggae. You got some phat songs on there man. Just thought I'd let u know. Peace out. Sera

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Hello,

I really love this page but could you please add some recent artist to the list (Bounty Killa, Beenie man, Spragga)

nuff respect !!!!!
Damion, U.S.A

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Thank you, listening to your show is like being back home on half way tree listning to the sounds of gemini sound system. Me luv unno, me just turn up me computer speakers and jam wid de riddim,thanks for all the sounds dem . Jah bless and guide the I seen?

sister dee from detroit city

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ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

I'm stuck in a burb of Cincinnati Ohio where there are a couple shows a week on the local radio so I only get 2 or 3 hours of my fix a week and most of these people are just putting out a playlist.

Even worse is that on the Memorial Day weekend, they pre-empt the only show that is close to decent with the top 100 pop countdown. Arrrgggggg

And now i find you guys! relief! many thnx for brightening a dreary day.

An aside: Several years ago in Aruba, i ran into a band called LovinDeer. Pretty fun people. Ive seen occasional mention of them and their tune Man Shortage. great cut. Ive got a portion of a live recording of Man Shortage but would sure love to see you find it and put it into your show.

stay safe and have fun!

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Just checkin' in from Columbus, Ohio. Thanks for a KILLER site!!! Ever since Columbus's Skankland (best reggae club in the midwest) closed down, reggae music has become just a little harder to come by - something is definitely missing here. Even Hugo's weekly reggae radio show is gone (Hugo owned Skankland). I truly appreciate your site - it's great to be able to hear this great music once again!

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You are a excellence DJ keep up the good work

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JACK YOU ARE SWEET YOU JUST MADE MY DAY LOVED YOUR DUPPIES

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found your web site and it really rocks!!
fi real !!
will be checking it out more often.

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Hi there man! You're the greatest Jr Dub! have you released a record yet??

Creem

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Aloha,

First time in your website...awsome!

I agree with your desire to "educate" the general public with non-mainstream reggae artists (non Bob Marley). My playing selection has been limited due to the a lack of deep pockets, but your website definitely will allow me for a expanded listening choice. Keeping this site in "favorite places". As we say in Hawaii...Aloha!

Tion Buehler

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I don't know how to say it any stronger: You guys are the BEST! May Jah hold you high reguards,

Rasta Pargo...

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Irie !

Thanks for some very good music. We need it to keep warm. Right now -10 degrees C about 10 degrees F.

Greetings from Sweden.

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Hi my name is Tracy and I was going through de web page and I found this article. It was very interesting especially the photographs. I am from the island and I have never been to Rose Hall before, but these picture look scary. I personally don't believe in duppy. I think dat Junior should put up de imagine posting the duppies. I want to see for myself. Whe him fraid fa. Well things like dis can mak people afraid. Me check you likkle more.

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Hi....

My girlfriend and I visited Rose Hall in the summer of '96 and in our photos, we weren't "lucky" enough to capture duppy on film. You should definetly send yours to Rose Hall!!! Tell J.R. to "jus' cool", duppy nah go do nuttin' to 'im!!

Anyways, we enjoyed reminicing with you and believe us it brought back too many wonderful memories!!!

Walk good,

Nikki and Jay

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Junior,

Your site is what all Reggae Fans look for! I have made my own Reggae, Blues and Buitar homepage and your page is one of my links. Well just wanted to say that I love your web page and have a question. I got a CD from a group called FOUNDATION, by Island Jamaica. I just wanted to know if they have more than this one album, this is one of the best albums released in a long time. Well nuff respect and Jha bless.

RasMike

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Hello! I am writing from the US(Pennsylvania). I have been trying to find an Eddie Grant recording called "Eddie Grant...Live at Notting Hill". I have looked everywhre, including the Virgin Megastore in New York city, which is probably the largest record store in the US. NO LUCK! I was wondering, do you know where I could find this recording? I am going to be in Jamaica in late March, so I could look in Montego Bay area, if that's a possibility.

Thanks for your assistance. Have an Irie day.

Robby Boy

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hi junior

when we wer in jamicia we heard two record in hemmingways in mont bay we would like to know what they are the lyrics are

"who put the pepper in the vasline" // and // "you daddy aint your daddy but your daddy don't know"

cheers
steve + jill

ps we got married in jamacia and would like these as a reminder

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Yo site a di best reggae best pan display mi ever si..Yea man..play dem reggae music...Mi a go refaa yo page to more people.

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hi i'm peter from Denmark. My regards and respect for this site is very big. i would like to learn to play and understand reggae music. So if anyone knows a school or something like that in Jamaica where they teach reggae i'd be very happy if you wrote to me. I don't think you can go to Jamaica and just find someone to play with. i think you got to have the right contacts. and that is why i write this. a recordcompany would also be fine.

greetings

peter runk@rocketmail.com

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When i found this page i found exactly what i was looking 4
let me thank you and give you (and anyone involved) props first of all......
Anyhow, i wanted to give you some feed-back, I'm dominican (dominican Republic) reggae + any music from the antilles rocks my whorl........very very good job i agree w/ the bob marley thing all the way exactly how i feelz......he is one to always 2 be the man but people should also look more.......
in closing i hope all you future projects (life) is blessed w/ success....Thanxs 4 keeping it real

............alberto gomez

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Just to let you know that your music is the best. Keep up the good work! I would like to request that you play some more of the latest hits.

One Love

Jennifer A.

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Amazing lights and sounds you have vibrated in cosmic chords across the marvelous illusions of time and space. I am a beleiver in all his miracles. Thank you so for giving us these gifts. I love all the old teachings and am empowered by their light within the all that is all. I do have but one request as such, I've been searching for "Honor Your Mother and Father" by Desmond Dekker. I will visit your page now assuridly forever.

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Great music!
Do you have any more reggae on mp3???

Tommy "Reggaeprofessor"Lehtonen
Irie!!

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First I must say nuff respect! People like me who has been abroad really dig this stuff. You must of thought of us when you put this all together. I have a request, don't know if you can grant it. Is possible for you to upload "Everybody Needs Somebody" by Jimmy Riley. Much thanx!

Regards,

Abarker

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Your reggae site is just the best man. Just yesterday i found it, and i'm already hooked. Peace and love from Nieuwegein in Holland where the weed is legal!

Amay

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Yow Baas,

Mi like yuh webpage.....keep up the good work. We need music like these to keep the vibes in a babylon.

One Love,
Howie.

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I hail from the Boston area and have grown sick of the bombardment of dancehall reggae from the radio stations in the area. What a relief to hear some real reggae music as that emanating from your site.

I am desperately seeking the song "I would like you and my sweetheart to be friends" by Bim and Clover. Any idea where I may get it ? I am also interested in getting some songs by Horace Andy, Johnny Clarke and Errol Dunkley. Songs like "Black Cinderella", "Syklarking", etc. Can you point me in the right direction? How about posting some songs by Oliver Samuels, like "Oliver yu Large". Another great song I love is "Flying machine" by Alan Magnus.

You are doing a great job bringing real reggae music to the world. Keep up the good work guys! Culture music lives!

Norman, from Boston,MA

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Respect Junior, congratulations for the good work you are doing, more health, more strength and more success. I would like to comment on your views regarding Bob Marley and other recording artists. Your views basically states (as I understand it) that the name associated with reggae in most circumstances is Bob while other deserving artists never gets mentioned. I must say that's a very interesting point that should be addressed; however, omitting Bob's Music from your program would be an oxymoron to your cause. To quote from one of Bob's song "you reap what you sow', which needs no explanation, is always true. Bob exerted great effort in is works, he sowed good seeds, and reaped his just rewards. Equally, there are numerous artists, which I am aware of, who had given, have given and are still giving there best with little are no recognition so I also share your concern. But although I think this a genuine effort on your part, taking Bob from the field to give the 'others a chance' is not the answer to this problem.

What should we do then?

Marley himself as provided us with many of these answers! There is a popular notion among large record companies which was sadly echoed by some 'yard AR people' and one counterfeit reggae DJ from NY in particular, that Reggae could not be marketed worldwide without being crossed with hip hop! Didn't Bob already showed us by selling millions of records? There were several artists that jumped on that band wagon got signed to labels even bigger than Bob's ... where are there names today? That's only one example. To cut a long story short, getting ones name on the reggae roster requires more than putting a few words to music; there are many other parts to this puzzle. There is a blue print that can be derived from Bob's career this should be at least examined by all reggae artists: while this might not be perfect, it is the best we have seen so far. I think this model can provide us with some good answers including this particular problem, on the advancement of reggae music. Marley's music must remain as the standard for aspiring artists until it is surpassed..... we must try to continue works of this standard. Our artists must work harder to catch up and excel beyond Marley or Reggae won't be there at the final call. To take Bob out of the race is only lowering our standards!

Personally, as a ex-reggae musician, I would let the chips stay where they fall. Many are called few are chosen.....
Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's .....................
Keep playing the music and it will take care of itself !

One love,,,

BMAL

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IRIE
I write from france. My name is Oliver. I come from Central Africa. I'm not rasta, but i share the same vibe. Peace, and Respect. Since June 97, i try to have contact with differents labels in Jamaica. I live in country ; Normandy is roots region. I try to developp the reggae market. We organise sound system in order to put the voice of jamaica at the top. Can you give me councils how can i find contact withe the distributors and buy singles, Lps and Cds in your island.

Your site is real. Respect. You can e-mail me Kilasound@aol.com.

See you soon. OLIVER.

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Nice nice tunes. We love to play "Crucial" & "Queen Majesty" is no slouch, either. A salute to you who gave us a BigUp last week!

Maybe next week, I wonder if you can one out for my girlfriend, Mary, sometime? She is just learning Reggae & likes the sweeter music that we both play. I'll check back, y'nah?

Irie

Dr. Awkward

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nice irie site, keep up jah works in your own way
guidance and protection.

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Junior,
Ya have di wickedest site........nuh stop.

San Diego

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Yes fada mi fespect you site to di max a matter a fact you a di only one so far mi si wid everything one place.But a one thing though you no have no late artist you know like bunti or beene you know And like a update on what a gwane a yard inna the music industry?

Don't get mi rong now inno you site have every thing but i would a like fi know what a gwane a yard.I would a appriciate it if you could hook mi up to a web page that a gi mi the down low on what a gwane a yard.

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BEAUTIFUL SITE, MY BROTHER!

Just getting into reggae music for past 4 years (how embarrassing--I am first generation in the States, parents from Jamaica)! Very impressed that the music is so loved all over the world, aside from islanders, europeans appear to have a special affinity also. If any rastas/dreds/european brothers out there hailing from Southern California, contact this sister at trelawny7@hotmail.com In dire need of dance partner!! Peace!

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Could you help me I am desperately seeking 2 pieces of music. Firstly an album called "African Roots Act 1" I think this is by Bullwackie or on the Wackies label, do you know anything about it ? Also have you heard a song with the lyric "Piece time in the city, gonna tell my momma, gonna tell my poppa too" - this is also a really good song which I have really wanted for years. Have you heard it ?

Thanks for your time...

Gareth

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Hello,

This is a groovy site, may be you can help me, I'm looking for an album of Mikey Dread whit the name dread at the controls by uktrojan records 1979. If you now where I can buy it send me an E mail.

edwin

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Yea man, me just want to big up Junior Dub with dem tune that he a play. Nuff respect. I want to request a big tune for next week's show. 'Ghetto People Song' by Everton Blender. Dem kind a tune bad. Oh, before I forget, why don't you play reggae dancehall songs, more faster rockers. Like the new Beenie Man song 'Who Am I' Anyway I will be listening out next week for my request,

Later dread.
Omari

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Mr. Junior,

I will just like to say thanks for your quick response to my e-mail yesterday. Thanks for bigging up all the Grenadian massive by including Grenada in the list of islands/countries at the beginning of your home page. Repect everytime and keep up the good work.

Thanks
Shawn Alexis

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Swwwwwwffffttttt! Yes, Irie! Give thanks and praise to the most high, Jah Rastafari! Maximum respect to Junior & Jack.

Roots Santa Cruz

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Nuff respect to your page(You must have heard it a lot of times) I want to know more about the Marley family. How many children did Bob have? (Six,Seven) It looks like every month there's a new child. And do you have some names of new reggae artists and groups, who are very good. Here in Holland ther's a lot of reggae music to find in the cd stores. And also much concerts (tommorow steel pulse is playing) Keep up the irie work. Greetings in the name of the most high Jah. your site is keeping the vibes alive!!!!

Nuff rerspect and rasta love

Roman Wientjes

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Junior Dub,

Thank you for making this music so accesible, Rastafari!

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Junior Dub, this site absolutely A Class. Big respect to the originator. One small problem though. I call St Kitts my yard but I have not seen any mention. We are 76 sq miles in size. We small but we tallawa, big us up everytime. Keep up the great site.

Ivor B' St Kitts

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Big Up!!! Rude Guy. Nice site my yout' but one ting. My modem needs 28kbps/sec your site sends 24kbps/sec you think maybe a software problem or is the site just slow. I live in Oklahoma so even if the songs are a little slow it's better than what we have on the radio. Mi gone den.

Guidance!!!

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Junior Dub, I would like to tell you keep up the good work and also if you can big up my yard The Turks and Caicos Islands. I'm from the original yard Jam Rock but relocated to the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Big up and nuff respect

Alson Been

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Irie greetings from Sweden!

This was a great site! Keep on skanking!

Per

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Every time listen to theses classic sounds, it brings me back to those wonderful days of my youth. Thanks for the memories. Just the best!

Carl from New York

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This site gotta be a speshal site for me now. Peace and respect to ya all the way from Wales.

PaulM

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Aye bruddah! De tunes slammin but ya want some more current music like some Sizzla an ting.

BLADES FORM BARBADOS.

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i was wonder where i could get one of those killer sound systems i'm talking speakers amps the whole nine i want to blow the crowd away with nice sound u know what i'm saying so if u could please tell me where to put one together or get the whole thing.

DjBiGGmeLL

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This is a great site. I live in the desert southwest in the USA and have very no way to hear the rasta music. I do now. Thanks.

Dan

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Junior,
Hey mon. My name is Phillip Barr and I live in Hampton, VA. As I was looking through the internet Icame across your web site, my first thought was, " Holy S**t". This is exactly what I had been lokking for. Every other web site is Bob Marley this and Bob Marley that. Finally someone who is not afraid to talk about the other Reggae music. Don't get me wrong I love Mr. Marley just as much as the next guy but it is time to address the other influencial reggae artists like: Culture, Burning Spear, Israel Vibration and Steel Pulse just to name a few. So I say to you keep up the good work and please send any new information you receive other reggae artists.Peace, Love and Prosperity from your bredren in Hampton, VA.

JAH LIVE!!

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Yes Mon! I NYC Drum & Bass DJ Dub specialist known as Selecter eKg and I&I say Big Up to Junior! But let me ask, where the Dub Irator? Where the Soul-Jahs? Much respect for the web page my brother. Keep it real. and check out some NYC Drum n' Bass. You be hearin' what you already know. Dub music after much too much Jamacian Blue Mountain!

Respect,
Evergreen, the Selecter eKg

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Hiya Jack & Junior, Bwoy, this is the best I've seen so far and believe me I've seen a lot! My request is Fattie Fattie.

One love.

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Hey Jr Dub it was very good to surf the net and find somthing like this, its good to yawd is moving up even in the technology world . one blood..

"DA BULL" ( Edmonton , Canada )

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Hello Junior-I just found your side today night and I´m very impressed by the amount that you offer. Unfortunately it´s too late today so I check it out another day. But I´m absolutly agree what you said about Bob Marley and I very became frustated by the search for rastasides and always there is Bob Bob Bob. This is like people can only count till three. You speak out of my heart.

Thankx Andrea

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Junior so far im satisfied with all the music on your home page. Well keep it up junior i think you sill be a successful DJ!

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Dis one a dread page, that I n I like a very much. Gives us a good feeling to know, that also other people do love Irie Music. To babylon with all these bloodsuckers eating flesh and storing a wholalutta money.

Fire !

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Greetings Mr. Ambassador,

Your web-site is a stream of Inspiration to I 'n I. "Musical/Spiritual Manna". As frustrating as it may be to Babylon system. Blessed is he who declare and share without fear. My only regret is that I had not discovered this "Vibes Corner-Stone" web-site earlier. Nothing before it's time. As Bob Marley said, "Reggae music shall cover the earth". By the way, how do I go about officially establishing you as a "Cyber-Reggae Ambassador"?.

Guidance and Protection.
Kwayko Blandella

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Hey, great website, I am on it about everynight for the great music. I have a request for you, can you put anything from the album Poor Man Style by Barrinton Levy? I am currently trying to find a copy of this but it is no longer being produced. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Bob Flowers

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missa Junyah "D"

if you fi know where meh could find Mighty Diamonds works inna dis ya babylon infested miami, on de North North West side please let meh know.... InI got no basis fi overstandin dis ya babylonia.... InI need your guidance fi show meh ah path to Mighty Diamonds music works... Respec'.......Easy......

Oh mii nearly fihget fi give me address
"natheal@aol.com"
Nuff Tanks'

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junior dub yu muzik a say one. I would however like to hear more songs from studio one. Keep up the good works one love.

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Hi Junior, I checked out your music and I think that it is very good and clean. I also downloaded the StreamWorks player because I was trying Real Audio and it did not work.

Livvy

Livingstone Headley.

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I'm livin' in a hovel in Lynchburg, Virginia (United States) and da folks here don know nothin' about reggae. If anyone dere nos ware I can fine da reggae heer I be waitin' 4 da nus...

Jesse

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Iam Tony "Jahtee" Allen.Junior Dub web page irie.I played bass on "One Love jamdown" by Michigan&Smily way back in 1978. Also the"The Congos" Image of africa Album for CBS in France. I was a pa rt of the touring band that went to france in 1981.Ended up living in N.Y. Being aparty of Itopia Band backing most of the artist who pass through.Sister Nancy,Lone Ranger,Ken booth, john Holt,just to name afew.Now I work with Studio1 band backing those same artist who pass through Atlanta Ga.Pass weeks saw Hopeton Lewis,Stranjah Colr,John Holt,Scotty,Alton Ellis,Tommy mcooketc.......The LoveJoys are alive and well.I see where you have one of there songs listed "Sweet Feelings" Iam happy to see that from the Wackies studio.The"LoveJoys are aBritish/Jamaican group consisting of cousins, S. Abel author and lead singer. and C. Brown sweet harmony. All interested in Linking with ""loveJoys" should, E-mail them and I at aspa@radia1.com

Great web page.It is good some one remembered the "loveJoys" That "Sweet Feelings" is great. please E-mail"loveJoys" aspa@radia1.com .Hello U.K. Love ya. Iam jahtee bass player on Michigan&Smiley "One Love Jamdown" and other hits. Junior Dub E-mail I..........one love

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Yow !! da site ye BBBBAD star...nuff nuff respect to the man call Junior Dub. Bow! Bow!

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Junior,
I wanted to say that your page is great, I bet you already know that though. My beautiful 20 year old daughter that passed away four years ago turned me onto reggae music and I will always listen to it in the future until I join her. God does love us all and I am very proud to a sister to all who love him! I love every single song you have listed. I haven't been able to find a good store here in Anaheim that carries very much reggae. More people should mention it to them at the stores. Thanks for the songs I downloaded.

Baga2

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Yes mon you're keeping the vibes alive!!! This one is a number one reggae site on the web. Great tracks, nice background. I've been to Jamdown two years ago and stayed in Mo'bay at the cariblue beach resort. I had the time of my life, been to Bob's museum and mausoleum. Listened to Irie fm. Number four of your reggae "competition" wasn't that Jacob "killer"Miller in his early years (the music sounded that way) Big up Jamaica.

Nuff respect Roman"rasta"Wientjes.

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Ahoy there mate

I hope everything is going well although living in a babylon it'na easy. Kostas is my name and I'm from greece.I was having a look at junior dub's site which was quite interesting and I found your adress. I'm interested in buying some lps (no f***in cds ever) by bands like CULTURE, ABYSSIANS, BLACK SLATE etc and of artists like U ROY, PRINCE FAR I etc. I know that it is very hard to find them as they're quite old most of them and that is the reason I'm writing to you,in case you have something in mind (any mailorders,etc) I would be grateful if you could help me a bit as here in greece there is no chance of finding them. Thats all for now,
love and unity

Kost@s

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This is great love reggae since 72' thanks

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yu music irie junia nuff nuff respect

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Wassup,

I was just checking out your music page. It was good - But you need to add some modern songs to your collection.

Romie - Beenie Man
Sugar - Beenie Man

Lady saw and her hits!!

But it's all good - Keep it real - Peace

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I am living in Texas and is an ardent listener of the world request what happen I have not seen any new shows since 6-11-97. Have you guys stop recording/ I hope not because Junior has been doing a wonderful Job. Looking forward to hearing some more reggae on the internet

Paul Johnson

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I realy need to hear some reggea music real bad

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Junior

Giv thanks, I n I done found best site. I gwan chk u out now.

Tough bong

Irie n St. Louis

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Hiya, Junior. Just found your site during a random surfing binge, and I'm very glad I did. I'm going to link to your site from Cosmik Debris E-Zine, an online publication that covers all kinds of music from surf to punk to classical to jazz to reggae, dub, ska, and other Caribbean musics. We have a reggae links section that includes comments about the sites, and I'll give it a nice blurb, as well. I don't expect a return link from you, since Cosmik only has a small handful of reggae reviews in each issue, so don't worry about it. We just want to link to the best sites, and this is, hands down, the best site I've found for reggae. You've really done a service to the genre. Take care, and keep it happening!

DJ Johnson
Editor - Cosmik Debris

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Yeh man! I'd just like to tell you that I'm a swedish guy, 16 years old, and I've been listening to reggae for about five years now. My favourite artist is Mr. Perry - "the maddest man in the universe"! Do you know if the performances from the One Love Peace concert is available on some CD?

All for now,
/ Henrik

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Try to find the original version of "Queen Majesty" with the dub version attached. The dub was done by Ranking Trevor. This maybe one of the best dub versions that lasted during its time. BAD... BAD... MUSIC..!

"Queen Majesty!.... I really ..really....really want to have a chat with you!"

M. Andrew Roberts

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Hello!

I really enjoy Reggae music. There is as far as I know, no station where I live that I can recieve that plays Reggae, or enough of it besides UB40. I have no idea who sings what or the names of any group other than what I have learned on your site. I am glad at least someone puts Reggae on the air and over our phone lines and into our homes as well. But tell me, who sings Oldie#2? I think that it is a pretty song with a lovely voice. Thank you.

William

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Hey Junior

I love your page, GOOD work keep it up!

Criag Steele

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Greetings,

I am calling from France just to say many thanks for spreading reggae music and message all over the world.There are so many stylees in this music that you can't put down in your site everyone's favourites. So thanks again for your selection and keep up the good work. love and guidance!!! Anyone interested by reggae feelings exchange and friendship in conscious reggae spirit can e-mail me at:

sabatier@cict.fr

see you!

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Hi this is George from Athens Greece..keep it up......

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Your site full of music sux!! Sorry to let you know this!

:)

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Iree man. i cant stop listen to your best of the best reggae music!!! keep on bretha. greetings from Israel. (waiting for Israel vibrations, Gladiators,Ijahman,Don Carlos samples in the future)

Iree

Rasta Dror

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Hey Jr Dub!

Great show. I just got streamworks working so I'm listening to some of your older shows. FANTASTIC. Not enough oldies though. I have a request for the 5/28 show. Could you play U-Roy's version on Soul Rebel please? I have to leave for work by 3:50 EST so please play it a little early. Thanks in advance!!!!!!!!

Rich
(now listening to Loving Pauper!!)

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[A] great Jamaican movie: The Lunatic.

I laugh so hard everytime I watch it. It's funny to me because I have a large friend from New York who does the Renta thing every time she's there. I have a web site. Your site is one of my essential links.

So.. later on then, alright?

Philip Rock

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i think your page is great but it lacks the hardcore music that young jamaicans like myself are looking for.

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Yes me Bredda....is a long time now I an I no mail me hydren. Well I an I did ah tek care of a lickle business an ting. So me deya now fe see how me breddren a run tings, an check out di DUB site.....seen. Glad fi see tings a run sweet....an if di dub man have a lickle time fe mail me some ah soo soo news an ting.

David Williams

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laters mi hydren....! Hey mon love your page.....Do you know where I can fin Great British reggae djs and singers roll call 89 looking for the cd him so very hard to find.

tx RJ

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relly cool site..Im from sweden my name is haroun and ILOVE reggae

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Thank you again and again. Although i live in south Florida outside of Clint O'Neil on WLRN at night there is a lack of Reggae on the air. I found your site today and had to tell an old freind I hadn't spoken to in years about it. I and many others will find joy in the music you broadcast.

Peace
Steve Martin

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Hey Junior Dub,

I miss eek-a-mouse, the mouseketeer on top of your list. This man is so very special and tall that I might say he is the absolute perfect musician. Well i saw him twice this year here in Germany and I was so surprised!!!!! The Lee Perry song "Experryments" is one of the best Dub songs ever made. This guy is awesome. Your web site is pretty cool and will help the reggae/dub music to break through.

Jah rules. See you
Tobias

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Greetings.

Yes my youth.Mi jus a pass tru yu site looking good.Wen mi hav some more time,mi we stay longer.

Skyhawk
Canada

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Hey Junior Dub, I have written to you before. I havn't heard from you but I'll try again. Anyway I still don't see Ecuador on your homepage...Well I've gone to Jamaica and I LOVE JA. I'm ready to live there.It is very much like Ecuador except you are all jamicans and we are ecuadorians. I was trying to go back in May but my man not having it. But my homettes are going. But I'll be going back in Oct. Next time I go I'll check for up coming event before I go. I just left and the next day was the white river bashment. I did however check out Bounty and the monster shock crew and the scaredem crew and way keep up the nice work
respect
Tina

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Nuff Respect (straight from Babylon.)

Great site you got here, it got me trying to put some sounds on the net as well. Can you help me out ? Like - what's the best format (smallest) and stuff.

Thanx,
Harry

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Hi,
Hope you`re having a great life, I wish you lots of happiness and a life full of irie reggae-love, since we seem to have a passion in common. Unfortunately I can`t listen to the great tunes on your site, because of a lousy computer. But I just wanted to pop by and say Hi to someone who is in the same trip as I.

Ciao! Frida in Sweden

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Respect on your page...Niceness everytime...First of all...Why didn't you include the US Virgin Islands in your shout outs? Shame on you! :) St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas deserve the recognition.....Let me thank you for an excellent web site...You offer insight and valuable information about Reggae; and not only in the musical sense, but in a historical one as well.... You are right....While Bob Marley deserves his respect, Reggae has exploded into something bigger than just one man...Groups like the Abyssinians, Culture, Israel Vibration, ASWAD....Artists like Dennis Brown, Linton Kweisi Johnson, Sugar Minnott, Tenor Saw, Burning Spear....It's all about vibes... This is what we must talk about....It was refreshing to sight your page...

One Love
SHINEYEGAL....ST. CROIX, USVI

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From a Jamaican exile in Latin America longing for refreshing contact with Jamaican culture... thanks a lot friend. I am impressed by the breath of the selections here... i grew up listening to these songs....in the golden era of ska/rocksteady/reggae.

more power!!

Nic

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Hey man --

Your page is just tearin' my heart out, man... It is so cool to see the REAL roots on the web! Alton Ellis, Upsetters, cool! I used to live in a great town that had lots and lots of reggae radio, but now I'm livin' in exile in serious Babylon: Vidalia, Georgia, where bullshit like slavery and lynching is a recent memory and where everyone is trying their best to be the next Hitler. Harsh toke, man, big time. Anyway, I'm here tryin' to help out my Dad with his church -- one of the only non-Nazi churches around here, and hangin' tough. Findin' your site has rocked me gentle back to Zion for awhile.

Keep it up -- rastafari!

Will S. Vidalia, Georgia

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I and I' are a true Roots riddim lover from Bosnia. And what do I see.My country is not on your welcome list.My people know what sufferation is. My People know what hunger and dead is. My people know what it means to be a victim. I've been listening to roots music since 1977 and i think that REGGAE stands for every day struggle in this life. So please mr officah put us on the map.

Keep up Jah works,
-Amir-

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Whas goin' on Guyanese a straight Carribean country it's all IRIE I wan fi give props to all da reggea people!!!!!! ONE LOVE

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Big respect from a Original Bajan youte... Listen ,de tunes bad as hell..yuh large. But I got a question for yuh. You got alot of vintage tunes dat HARD! I was wondering if you have like dancehall reggae (BUJU, BEENIE, BOUNTY) sort of style anywhere on your page? If you do please let me know which show it is or when I could check to hear some of that newer style. Your show is definitely the best...respect for supplying these vibes on the internet and respect for catering for those people (like me) who can only use a 14.4 connection. Yuh large rude boy....respect.

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Yeah Junior, ya page rough. Big up yaself and keep up de good work.

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ireae ireae from ROGER in Sweden.
I miss JAMAICA so much specially Rick"s Cafe in Negril Beach and sunset point the lighthouse..I can never forget you. 18 Years ago I was there.

Roger.E in Lappland Sweden.

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Greetings from Santa Barbara California! I'm the president of the Reggae Club at UCSB and you've got the best site I've seen yet. Keep up the good work mon. Jah live.

Jake

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Respect to the one Junior Dub, just to let you know that you still have the best reggae web site on the internet. From when I first found you back in september of last year I always have to check you out when I get on the internet and listen to the sweet sound that you provide to the world. One Love and as usual keep it coming.

Alex (Mt. Vernon, N.Y.)

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Thank you for your unbelievable reggae site. Cool vibes all over the world.

Mike C. Dancing Dub

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ya site is irie mon
if ya will talk ta me boreggae i need ta inta view siomone an ya sound like tha man

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Ye Ye Ye. This is the original site fi old studio one tunes and ting. Enjoy it so much, spreading the Gospel according to reggae allover.

Hol tight yout

B21

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Yush......!....me bredda....!
Respect an ting yu no, because fe a long time know DJ Tony Ranks ah try fe get Reggae Music de long overdue respect it deserve ina disya world. Me pass through yu hortical Web Page, an me ha fe say dta di I a gwaan wid some bad bad tings. You caan expect me fe pass through regular, and pass on de vibes to me breddrens an sistrens world wide. As a breddren who have Reggae ina him blood from time, I an I would like fe get a response, an look fahword to exchanging view, comments an reasoning....seeeeeen....!

Easy me bredda.......respect due....concrete, grill-up and iron like a lion....!

David Williams

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Respec' to the man Junior Dub!!

I man have seen the site - cool Rasta. Keep on give us the Irie music from Big J.

JAH LIGHT RULE THE WORLD

Rasta-vibes From The Man Likkleman

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wa sup? this is a cool site. Big up to all the west indians ina the place.

Guyanese Princess.

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Yes, roots hail up the I nice to read about your vibes rasta...
I Ras-I-Door have a reggae show on the radio here in Stockholm Sweden. And I love to here what you do on the radio. But I don't have the audio-stuff to hear you on my computer at work. Keep doing good and spead Jah vibes... Jah servant RAS-I-DOOR !!!

Gabriella

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yo rude bwoy,
Big up. Your page is right on the spot. Keep moving the ryddim,

BROWNIE830

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Junior Dub,
It's me again, I had a computer related false sendoff there, thank you again!, hey if your ever in New England, New Mexico or San Francisco look me up, there's alot of music to check out, I forgot to mention, your whole web page is quite sweet, take care, peace and out,

Neil

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Are you jamaican or are you some white d00d trying to speak patois??

Just wanted to know
NASA federation
Clark Gableson

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junior please don't forget belize...a small country in central america with nuff respect to all the rastas that live there my lion (husband) with nuff respect albert gill has the only reggae band on the island we live on (san pedro town, ambergris caye) we receive mail at that address also and soon has a cd to be released. also burning spear just played there in september for our independence celebrations and junior reid played for the xmas... don't forget us

one love

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Dear Sir,
Your page is magnificant.The best page on reggae I have ever seen! I need to ask a favor of you. If possible, Please send me the lyrics to Peter Tosh's "The toughest" album.

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Junior Dub,

Today was my first day on your music page and I wanna let you know you forgot my country on your front page --Guyana - West Indian. Does dat mean ya na big mi up.

Anyway hopefully the next time I tune into your page I'll see GUYANA!!
Nuff Respect.

Julie

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Goedenavond! Jack & Junior

Could you play "Miwa" from Aplha Blondy's Jerusalem
I love your show and your getting mighty popular in Holland!

Daniël

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Wow great sounds. Thanks, I'm linking to your site.

Schuyler Kuhl
Nantucket MA

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great great page
listen to it at work and keeps the riddim flowing all day
Just great
thanks
MG

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Jah Greetings Junior!

Everytime I launch my browser it will automaticly start with your site. So I can play this ya irie muzak. I've noticed that you have a tune from Dawn Penn, she had a big hit in Holland. However, the first time I heard this song I thought it was a song from Hugh Mundell (may he rest in Peace ! Jah rastafari) I might be mistaken but I think that Hugh deserves the credit for this tune!

Compare it with Hugh's albums 'Africa must be free' or 'Arise', perhaps you can put a tune of his besides the one of Dawn Penn and let Hugh Mundell get some attention here! Please let me know if I you agree.

Many greetings from Daniel

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"nuff respect to de one JUNIOR!"
Me and meh breds here with me in de room say "wham now"

we were just listening to a back-in-times tape
nuff styles ah fling on it boy!

well back to de music
Later, from TRINIDAD & TOBAGO!

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Peace and love form the UK. I and I love your page man. Respect and babylon will fall . Sellassie ever faithful ever sure.

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Hey just thought I would drop you a line and let you know your page looks great. I am in production on the Twin Cities Reggae Page now and wanted to know if it would be okay to add you to my reggae links page. Well I already did add your page :) My page is not done yet but stop by and take a look.

Will

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I agree with you. Too many people think that because they know 4 Bob Marley songs, they know something about Reggae!!!! I play in a band in Rochester, Ny name Big Roots. And we play the ROOTS!!!! Super ape(Lee Scratch Perry) Mighty Diamonds, Skatalights, Toots, and Heptones to name a few. I love what you're doing, keep the ROOTS alive!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SmithBean

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I like the re-tooling of your site. Keeps me child during da work day.

Peace.

Christopher Levy

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Heeey itz irie! Itz irie, itz irie, its so fine...

A humble little request - 'Neon Lights' by Gregory Isaacs & Dennis Brown

Peace to the world and all the happy people,

Chris
http://www.cstone.net/~chris/

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I tumbled accross your page, very nice man! I'll be sure to inform people of this site.

steve

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Hay mann,

me callin from switzerland. so me just translate me language into engalish to tell you what ya know: reggae's great and so's yar page. too bad not so much live bands from jamaica givin concerts this yea' ina the switzerland, donno why. may be overload, man? had them oll: bratha marley and sisters back in eighty, burning spea', jimmy the cliff, gregory eiersack, yellyman, misthem in roots, and toots, af course - you name them. whata sound, keeps on skunkin' in my ear and soul. well, ma bratha finisehd anotha bong, so he takes over. greetings, see ya.

gary

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Just to big up mi yawd BOTSWANA where reggae music is young but growing. I'm studying in the UK at the moment and am pleased to see this great love of the music that brings meaning to my life.

Guidance
SISI
In Liverpool

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Wuz up man,

I'm calling from Trinidad, just wanted you to know that diz page iz very good, keep it up.

Rastafari Danny
dannyboydan@hotmail.com

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yush! Me Gwanna tell you da reggae page is bad!

mike.ruocco@quest.ca

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Hi, I really love your site. Keep up the good work. I'll tell everyone about your site.

gfc

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yup that early studio one is the touchstone of pure artistry. Just to hear those old tunes gladdens the heart. although could extend the niceness by giving scratch a less loony selection. I have a track up on http://home.dti.net/joly/scratch/ (netscape & realaudio required) also Prince Buster!

http://home.dti.net/joly/ra/rock_and_shake.ra have added a link on my studio one pins page at http://home.dti.net/joly/pins/studio1.html you were my item of the day 9/24 (and still are) http://home.dti.net/joly/whatsup.html listening to your mystery tracks we could only guess leroy reid went Errol Dunkley on mumber 1 I went Leroy Smart on number 2

- One Love

joly

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I and I like dis mon! But you could use more kbps for better sound quality ( 24kbps - 28.8kbps would be Irie!)

terry

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Junior Dub...

Your page is GREAT! You made me stay up too late selecting killer music all night long. %^) I really like Carlene Davis on her version of The Harder They Come. Nice compliment to Jimmy Cliff's writing style. Your's is one site I'm visiting regular. Thanx for being here!

...Steve Visit JAMAICA Fi REAL WebSite

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hey junior, thanks for putting these tunes out here. one world one love one people ONE DAY!!!!!!

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Just to let you know that this is the best reggae web site I have yet to encounter, keep up the good work and keep it coming....Nuff Respect and One Love.

Alex

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give thanks and praises to the most high JAH RASTAFARI.
Good to hear of all the culture on the Babylon Net. What him say about that
One Love

JAHNETMAN

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Hi Junior,
this is best sound ever heard on the whole net! Great!
It is 6:30 in the morning sitting in front of my PC hacking all the night...
Then I thougt: This is the last try on the search before I go to bed...
But now I lean back here In Munich and smoke a little jo...
and listen to your page...

CU
ZLEP

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this ya is the best music page i man eva hear. one love - LEO

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