Friday, November 27, 2009

GO FEET! Radio#59 Three Houses Down – NZ/Polynesian Reggae

If you ever wanted to know what New Zealander’s dig when it come to Roots/Sunshine Reggae then Three Houses Down are all you need to hear. The band consists of 10 members, brothers of Tongan ancestry.

Nate catches up with Robert Pome’e, band leader, (thanks to Affro Mama for the hook up). He talks about the band’s new album called BREAKOUT and their upcoming tour. He also shares many interesting insights to many of the new songs on the album. The band state as their influences: Bob Marley, Gregory Isaacs, Dennis Brown, Burning Spear, Alpha Blondie, Lucky Dube, UB40, Morgan Heritage, Tigilau Ness.

And when asked what they sound like they say: Unique Horn and Harmony Laden Pacific Roots Reggae. Nice one guys. We start the episode off with some nice Rock Steady then get staright into the interview and music from THREE HOUSES DOWN … now listen up! Here tis’!

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1. Heptones – Break Up To Make Up
2. Al Campbell – Soul Sister
Interview with Robert Pome’e of Three Houses Down [NZ]
3. Three Houses Down – Oh It’s Good [NZ]
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4. Three houses Down – Hey Rastaman [NZ]
Interview continues
5. Three Houses Down – Breakout [NZ]
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6. Three Houses Down – Kanikapila [NZ]
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7. Three Houses Down – Who Am I? [NZ]
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8. Three Houses Down – Rastafari [NZ]


This episode is dedicated to all those affected by men’s violence towards women and children. Let’s stop men’s violence towards women and children … and be real men.

Friday, November 20, 2009

GO FEET! Radio#58 – ROCKSTEADY: Round One – 18 Nov 09


Thanks Gabe at for the inspiration for this episode, its been a long time coming.

Now … Step up to the platter and spin some tunes that matter, the challenge is laid, don’t be swayed, sock it to me Gabe, show me what you got!

1. Lerroy Sibbles – People Rocksteady
2. Alton Ellis and the Flames – Girl I’ve a Got a Date (Soul Version)
3. Bob Andy – Too Experienced
4. Heptones – Sweat For You Baby
5. U-Roy – Stop That Train
6. The Skatalites – Bye Bye feat. Cedric Brooks
7. Lord Tanamo with Doc Ring Ding – Big Trombone
8. Intensified – Rolando
9. Overtakers – Girl You Ruff
10. Prince Buster – Rough Rider
11. Derrick Morgan – Conquering Ruler
12. Doreen Shaffer with Doc Ring Ding and the Senior Allstars – Let’s
Find Each Other Tonight
13. Judy Mowatt – Silent River Runs Deep
14. The Techniques with Tommy McCook and the Supersonics Band – You Don’t Care
15. Eric ‘Monty’ Morris – Put On Your Best Dress
16. Marcia Griffiths – Tide Is High
17. Mellowtones – I’m Gonna Let
18. Lyn Tait – Bog Walk


Alton Nehemiah Ellis, OD, (September 1, 1938 – October 10, 2008) was best knwon as one of the innovators of rocksteady music and was often referred to as the “Godfather of Rocksteady”.


Friday, November 13, 2009

GO FEET! Radio#57 Interviews with Regan Perry (about new album Wiser) and Mike Fabulous (of The Black Seeds)

GO FEET! Radio#57 - Interviews with Regan Perry and Mike Fabulous (The Black Seeds) – 11 Nov 09

Nate catches up with Regan Perry[NZ] to hear about his new album called WISER. Regan has kindly given a few albums for beautiful fans of GO FEET! Radio …. so if you’re reading this, email Nate now at if you dig Regan’s music and go in the draw to win WISER by Regan Perry, winner will be emailed.

Also in this episode is an interview by Meshell with Mike Fabulous of The Black Seeds[NZ]

Hope you like it! Post us some feedback below and throw your spare change in the MIOO donations jar to help podcasters here continue bringing you new fresh podcasts.

1. Regan Perry – Flow [NZ]
Interview with Regan Perry
2. Regan Perry – I Goy A Girl [NZ]
Interview with Regan Perry
3. Regan Perry – Tell Your Friends [NZ]
4. Regan Perry – Wiser [NZ]
5. Regan Perry – Word You Say [NZ]
6. Regan Perry – WHATUGUNNADO [NZ]
7. John Brown’s Body – Zion Triad
8. Tahuna Breaks – Only You [NZ]
9. Royala – Rockin Rollin Reggae [NZ]
10. The Black Seeds – So True (LIVE)[NZ]
Interview with Mike Fabulous of The Black seeds
11. The Black Seeds – Send A Message

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GO FEET! Radio#56 Meshell’s Dancehall Special


Meshell hits up her first solo show with a MAD dancehall session takin u through the conscious vybn singjays and chanters that have made their mark on the genre. (GO FEET! Radio#56 Meshell’s Dancehall Special, Wed 4th Nov 09)

1. Gyptian- Serious Time
2. Anthony B- Mr Heartless
3. Morgan Heritage- Don’t Haffi Dread
4. Luciano- Sweep over my soul
5. Fanton Mojah- Hungry
6. Sizzla- Just One of those days
7. Capital D- Gun Boys
8. Capleton- Real Hot
9. Fu- Gee-La – The Fugees (Sly & Robbie Mix)
10. Damian and Julian Marley- Kaya
11. Marina P- I Try
12. Ward 21- Reggae Pledge
13. Richie Spice- Youth dem Cold
15. Tenor Saw and Buju- Ring the Alarm
16. Busy Signal- Beep
17. Red Fox- Bounce
18. Jah Vinci- I Got Sunshine
19. Mavado- Hope and pray
20. Vybz Kartel- Life Sweet

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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

GO FEET! Radio #55 - Just A Run Around Girl


GO FEET! Radio #55 - Just A Run Around Girl - 28 OCT 09

01. The Drastics - Smooth Criminal Remix

02. Prince Fatty - Cow Foot and Gravy

03. Stringbean and the Stalkers - Get off My Back Babylon

04. Barry and the Perpetrators - Woolly Bully

05. See Spot - Trade It In06. Prince Alla - I and I Know

07. Ronnie Rude - Hide Me Away

08. Byron Lee and the Dragonaires - Oh Carolina

09. Julia Marley - Harder Days

10. Black Uhuru - Youth of Eglington

11. Synpa Levi feat. Jah Mason - Face Reality [NZ]

12. Otautahi Allstars - Worksong

13. The Black Seeds - Way the World

14. John Brown's Body - Zion Triad

15. Jah Faith and the Black Emeralds - Humble Dub

16. Corey Harris - Run Around Girl

17. The Aggrolites - Ever Want To Cry

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Friday, October 23, 2009

NZ Reggae

GO FEET! Radio#54 Meshell interviews Amazin from Yung Shottaz


Episode#54 – Meshell interviews Amazin from the Yung Shottaz crew – 21 Oct 09

Meshell catches Amazin with some down time so talks Dancehall with him. She knows her stuff so I told her do do own show each month on GO FEET! Radio. It’s gonna get hot in here people!! Stay tuned.

1. John Browns Body- Amplify
2. Sons of Zion- Forward Movemment
3. Corey Harris- Back Lash
4. Bugle -Journeys
5. Collie Buddz -Now She Gone (Relationship Riddim)
6. Capleton & Gentleman- A Just Di Fire – Scoripo Justice Riddim
7. Cali P- Pon Di Corner (Remix)
8. Fighty & Colonel Mite -Life
9. Yung Shottaz feat. TK Paradza -Good Ol’ Days (She’s Happy version)
10. Interview with Amazin Yung Shottaz
11. Dwight (Jnr Reid Studio)-Movie star Riddim
12. 2gi answer riddim
13. Yung Shottaz- How do you feel ??
14. King Django- Other People
15. Westbound Train- So Many Thing
16. Trains Tone- Darlin A Man Can Say
17. Royala-Don’t Mind Me [NZ]
18. Gyedu Blay Ambolley & The Steneboofs- Simigwado

19. Katalyst- Take Me Over

20. Alborosie- Kingston Town (Kingston Town Riddim)

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GO FEET! Radio#53 WANTED by Deadly Hunta

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Deadly Hunta

14 Oct 09. Betcha weren’t expecting this dude to show up on huh … well, expect the unexpected … watch this space!!!

1. Contratempo – Perdido
2. Merger – Freedom Fighters
3. Roots Manuva
4. Lexxus – We Roll
5. Sizzla – Take Myself Away
6. Queen Ifrica – Daddy
7. Bugle – Set Me Free feat. Mavado
8. Max Romeo and Fay Bennette – Hole under Crutches
9. Diplo feat. Sandra Melody – Vibes Cartel Panter
10. Collie Budz – Tomorrow’s Another Day
11. U Roy – Evildoers
12. U Brown – Strickly Reggae Music
13. Sonz of Zion – Homey Girl [NZ]
14. The Native Sons – Hand in Hand [NZ]
15. Deadly Hunta – Better Special
16. Deadly Hunta – Newton Sound
17. Terry Linen – No Time To Linger
18. Courtney John – Lucky Man
19. Alton Ellis and the Flames – Ain’t That Lovin You
20. Abendigo Riddim

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GO FEET! Radio #52 Funk Soul Skank


GO FEET! Radio #52 Funk Soul Skank 07-10-09

Another serving for the GO FEET! Radio fry pan, this time with some funk n’ soul

to keep you rockin’ and rollin’ till the cows come home.

1. Westbound Train – What You Need
2. Eli Papaerboy Reed and True Loves – I’m Gonna Get You Back
3. The Five Aces – You Just Can’t Lose
4. Rupie Edwards – Ire Feelings (Skanga)
5. Tenor Saw and Buju Banton – Ring the Alarm
6. Yung Shottaz – How Do You Feel (Tougher Love Riddim) [NZ]
7. Hikoikoi – Jah Armour [NZ]
8. Byron Otis – Show the Way
9. Ziggy Marley – You Don’t Care About Me
10. The Meters – Chicken Strut
11. The Meters – Chug Chug Chug-A-Lug(Push and Shove)
12. Eddie Bo – We’re Doin It (Thang)
13. The Hot Grits – My Grits [NZ]
14. Sunshiners – Take The Long Way Home
15. Niominka and N’diaxas Band – Joowal
16. Mikey Ras Starr – Fire and Rain
17. Rebel Souljahz – Skankin’
18. Chris Murray and the Slackers – The Real Ska


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GO FEET! Radio #51 Feelin’ Fine With Reggae 69


Episode #051 Feelin’ Fine With Reggae 69! 30SEPT09

I play this kind of reggae at home to my kids who absolutely love it! I may have some of the dates wrong but oh well.

Be sure to get details off this podcast for how to enter the draw for a FREE signed copy of The Cherry Poppin Daddies NEW album, Ska Boy JFK. Hope you enjoy the session.

1. Westbound Train – Critical Ska
2. The Aggrolites – Lick It Up
3. Mr T-Bone – It’s Up To You
4. Cherry Poppin Daddies – 2:29
5. Bob Marley and the Wailers – Don’t Ever Leave Me
6. The Creations – Mix Up Girl
7. Reggae Boys – What You Gonna Do
8. Rolando Alphonso – Zapatoo the Tiger
9. The Freetone -Goodways
10. The Pioneers – Mama Look
11. The Melodians – What More Can I Say
12. Ethiopians – Reggae Hit the Town
13. Slim Smith and the Uniques – Build My World Around You
14. Prince Buster – Allstars – Judge Dread
15. Derrick Morgan – Fat Man
16. Soul Cats – Your Sweet Man
17. Tommy McCook – Thunderball
18. The Blues Busters – Shame and Scandle in the Family
19. The Jamaicans – Things You Say You Love
20. Laurel Aitken – Honey Come Back To Me
21. Mr Symarip – Wang Yu


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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

PLAYLIST: GO FEET! Radio (NZ) #50 Yes Empress!

Episode 50 - Yes Empress! - 23 Sept 09
An all Sistern session featuring an interview with Naomi Tuao, bass player with Cornerstone Roots.
Instrumental: Cornerstone Roots – Steppers [NZ]
1. Dawn Penn – I Let You Go Boy
2. Girl Satchmo – Take You For A Ride
3. Doreen Shaffer with the Skatalites – On The Right Track
(((((Interview with Naomi Tuao of Cornerstone Roots)))))
4. Queen Ifrica – and JR Kelly – Too Late
5. Sophia Squire – Rat-Ta-Ta-Ta-Tat
6. Judy Mowatt and the Gayletts – Zippa De Do Da
7. Tanesha – Misty Blues
8. Ce'cile and Lady Saw – Loser
9. Sista Kat – Inna Di Islands
10. Lexie Lee (DJ Artificial mix, Newtown Sound, Ghetto Red Hot) – Slow Down
11. Lady Saw – Mek Mi Own
12. Grace Jones – Nightclubbing
13. Junkyard Productions – Sister Let Him Go
14. Mungo's Hi Fi featuring Marina P – Divorce a L'italienne Dub
15. Prince Fatty featuring Hollie Cook – Milk and Honey
16. Anthea and Donna – Fussing and Fightin
17. Dawn Penn – You Don't Love Me
18. Tanya Stevens – It's a Pity
19. Queen Omega featuring Sizzla and Capelton – Warning
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Friday, September 11, 2009

Episode #48 NRG Rising

NRG Rising - NZ Reggae group featuring female harmonies
NRG Rising in studio at Community Radio Hamilton 9 Sept 09. L-R: Ana, Sister B, Brother Truce and Honey.

Episode 48 – NRG Rising – 09 September 2009

With some of the sweetest female vocal harmonies, family band NRG Rising
join Nate LIVE in the studio. Featuring from L-R Ana, sister B, Brother Truce and Honey.

NRG Rising keep it real, they keep it funky, they keep it flowing.

1. NRG Rising – Sway [NZ]
2. Lionel and Olly Buck – Easy
3. MJ and The Drastics – Rock With You
4. Dianna and King Storm – Love Hangover
5. NRG Rising – True Future [NZ]
6. NRG Rising – Darkeness to Light (LIVE) [NZ]
7. Fat Freddys Drop – The Raft [NZ]
8. Instrumental – Anyone recognize this tune?
9. Katchafire – Ultra Music [NZ]
10. Grace Jones – My Jamaican Guy
11. 10ft Ganja Plant – Too Much A Gun Bust
12. Prince Buster – Girl, Why Don’t You Answer
13. Pama International – I Still Love You More

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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Playlist: #47 Don't Be Dubless

Episode 47 - Don't Be Dubless - 02 September 2009

1. King Tubby - King Tubby Dub
2. Dr Ring Ding and the Senior Allstars meet Victor Rice - Dub Along the Shore
3. King Jammy - Dub Is My Occupation
4. Lee Scratch Perry - Crazy Baldheads
5. The English Beat - Doors of My Heart
6. 10ft Ganja Plant - Too Much A Gun Bust
7. Burning Babylon - Into Twilight
8. Dub Matix - Champion Sound
9. Dubwise meets Confucius - Rise In Dub [NZ]
10. The Black Seeds - Make A Move Dub [NZ]
11. Michael Jackson - I Want You Back (The Drastics Remix)
12. Westbound Train - The Passage
13. Tiffany Sterling - Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled
14. Bombtown feat. Ras Aiden - Melt Your Brain
15. Predator Dub Assassins - Dirty Jersey
16. Pama International - It's All About The Dub

Friday, August 28, 2009

MJ a Rocker


In honor of his birthday here's a massive FREE Download from the Drastics!

Some of you thought it was a joke ... but it's very very real ... and finally here ... ! Our tribute to Michael Joseph Jackson .. imagine Sir Coxsone in the production seat instead of Quincy and you're about half-way there ... Included are I Want You Back, Rock With You, Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough, Billie Jean, Smooth Criminal, and The Way You Make Me Feel ... These aren't instrumentals or covers-per-se ... you just gotta hear it to believe it MC Zulu would say ...

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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

GO FEET! Radio #46 The Native Sons

Episode 46 - The Native Sons - 26 August 2009

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Marcus from The Native Sons joins me to talk about the band and an
upcoming gig in Raglan, NZ. A swell guy and true ambassador for making
life better for tangata whenua (people of the land). Big Ups Marcus
and massive respect to The Native Seeds ... Hear This!!!

1. The Native Sons - Got No Time For Negativity [NZ]
2. Rico Rodriquez with Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra - L-O-V-E
3. Lord Tanamo with Doc Ring Ding - I'm In The Mood For Ska
4. The Specials - Conquering Ruler
5. The Native Sons - For The Children [NZ]
Interview with Marcus of Native Sons
6. The Native Sons - Two Good Seeds [NZ]
7. The Managers - Sinister [NZ]
8. Cherry Poppin' Daddies - Slapstick
9. Seespot - The Pushover
10. The Aggrolites - By Her Side
11. The Wailers - Get Up Stand Up
12. 10ft Ganja Plant - Wailin'
13. Burning Babylon - Manuka Skank

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GO FEET! Radio #45 What A Wonderful World

Episode 45 - What A Wonderful World - 19 August 2009

A musical mix up of tasty treats in this episode. While we weren't able to get Ed Ru from band Sweet and Irie on the line (he's a busy man launching his band's new CD 'Localize It'), keep it locked to GO FEET! Radio as I'm sure we'll manage catch up with him in a future episode. We give away more FREE tickets, this time to Sweet and Irie's Ngaruawahia gig (Sat 22nd Aug). Ya gotta like those freebies aye. Big Ups to Paul at and all the crew there.
Next week ... Marcus from The Native Sons keeps us updated on the band and the their gig at Orca, Raglan on Sat 22 Aug PLUS more FREE tickets for lucky listeners. Woohoo!

Tonights' instrumental is Zion High by Dubwise Meets Confucius [NZ]
1. Predator Dub Assassins - Air Force One
2. Easy Star All Stars feat. Bunny Bugs and U-Roy - Lovely Rita
3. Mr Symarip - Sugar Dumpling
4. The Skatalites - Outback Dub
5. Johnny Clarke - Don't Want To Be A Rudeboy
6. The Mighty Diamonds - Eyes Of Africa
7. Black Uhuru - Hard Time
8. DJ Scratch 22 and the WBC horns - Ba Ba Boom [NZ]
9. Katchafire - Love Letter [NZ]
10. The Native Sons - Hand In Hand [NZ]
11. Sweet and Irie - Reggae Music [NZ]
12. The Aggrolites - Reggae Summer
13. Cherry Poppin' Daddies - Soul Cadilac
14. Rico Rodriguez - Wonderful World
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Monday, August 17, 2009

GO FEET! Radio #44 Box Juice

Episode 44 - Box Juice - 12 August 2009

Feature interview is with front man Ray Bishop of band Box Juice, a fresh NZ reggae band with a ’sunshine’ reggae flavor and an indigenous social consciousness and willingness to fight against issues of smoking, alcohol abuse and family violence. Don’t forget to enter the draw to WIN Box juice’s album plus more!!!

1. Box Juice – Find Your Strength [NZ]
2. Cherry Poppin Daddies – Skaboy JFK
3. Courtney John – Lucky Man
4. Jah Faith – No Bother Grumble
5. Box Juice – Taihoa Mo Te Whanau [NZ]
6. Box Juice – What You Gone Do [NZ]
7. Box Juice – Shine The Family Light [NZ]
8. Bryon Lee and the Dragonaires – No Woman No Cry
9. Johnny Clarke – Nice Time
10. The Skatalites – Bye Bye
11. 10ft Ganja Plant – Soon Come
12. The Skatalites – Doreen Special
13. Rico Rodriguez – Work Song
14. The Aggrolites – What A Complex
15. Lloyd Charmers – Skinhead Train
16. Sweet and Irie – Uncle Bob [NZ]
17. LKJ – Di Black Petty Booshwah

Saturday, August 15, 2009


Listen to 2:29 off 'Skaboy JFK' here

In celebration of the bands 20th year in the music business, Eugene, Oregon’s horn-heavy, genre-bending, multi-platinum-selling Cherry Poppin’ Daddies are giving store shelves a double shot of musical goodness in September: both “Susquehanna” and “Skaboy JFK: the Skankin’ hits of the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies” are scheduled for release on September 29, 2009, on Rock Ridge Music/Space Age Bachelor Pad Records. “Susquehanna” will finally receive its national release, as it was previously only available on the band’s website, while “Skaboy JFK” is a compilation of new ska tracks with older Cherry Poppin’ Daddies ska songs (some of which have been re-recorded) in a collection that comes off like a classic of the genre.

Says CPD band leader Steve Perry: “We are excited to be working with Rock Ridge Music on the release of ‘Skaboy JFK,’ because we have had a previous successful working relationship with their CEO Tom Derr, while we were both at Universal Records. Rock Ridge has done a great job promoting and distributing Reel Big Fish records (our ex label mates) and this record is directed at some of the same markets, so it’s a perfect fit for us. We also made a deal to have Rock Ridge distribute and promote our 2008 recording, ‘Susquehanna,’ which had previously not received distribution outside of our web site. This is our coming-out party after a bit of a self-imposed hiatus, and we are happy to be with a company with such great industry bona fides.”

“As has been done by Steve and CPD, Rock Ridge again sees the opportunity to break some ground, break some rules, and break into dance," says Rock Ridge Music CEO Tom Derr about the upcoming Cherry Poppin’ Daddies releases.

“Susquehanna” brings together the Daddies West Coast retro style and Latin influences: Flamenco, Greaser Rock, Swing, Ska, Glam, and Soca to name a few. The album is an experiment in narrative storytelling through shifting genres. “I wanted each song to come across as a chapter in a modernist novel,” Perry says of the record, “like James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses,’ where the literary style/genre that each chapter is written in is radically different. So it’s a pop album, disjointed, and maybe even jarring, in style and structure, but it’s thematically coherent.”
Like their 1998 multi-platinum smash “Zoot Suit Riot: the Swingin’ hits of…,” the new album, “Skaboy JFK: the Skankin’ Hits of the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies,” will emphasize a single genre, this time the 60’s era up-tempo form of pre-reggae Jamaican soul known as ska. “Skaboy” will combine four new recordings with tracks from the group’s earlier catalogue, reflecting all the waves and varieties of ska: Traditional/Bluebeat (“2:29,” “Soul Cadillac”), Two Tone (“Hammerblow,” “Skaboy JFK”), Third Wave (“Hi and Lo,” “Sockable Face Club”). There are even funky Fishbone-esque hybrids for good measure (“Slapstick”).

With “Skaboy” the Daddies plan to reconnect with a ska audience that is largely aware of the band as merely a swing band. “We toured with many of the iconic ska bands when we were coming up,” Perry says, “like the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Fishbone, Reel Big Fish, The Specials, No Doubt, and Madness, but at that time, we were really touring behind ‘Zoot Suit Riot,’ so we didn’t play a ton of ska in our sets. Now we will.”

Speaking of sets, the band plans to tour in support of both albums, with tour dates to be announced soon.

Cherry Poppin’ Daddies can be found online at: or

Sunday, August 9, 2009

GO FEET! Radio #43 Motown Flies Jamaica

GO FEET! Radio #43 Motown Flies Jamaica

Posted: 08 Aug 2009 10:35 PM PDT

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Episode 43 – Motown Flies Jamaica – 5 August 2009

Coming up in episode 44 (12 Aug), an interview with Ray Bishop, front man for Box Juice – NZ's newest Reggae band to hit the recording studio PLUS your chance to WIN a FREE NZ Reggae Prize Package. Keep it locked to GO FEET! Radio.

1. Isley and The Steadies – This Old Heart Of Mine
2. Leslie Butler – Ashanti Ganja Dub
3. Smokey Robinson – Being With You
4. The Marvelettes and The Steadies – Please Mr Postman
5. The Beat – Tears of a Clown
6. Marvin Gaye – What's Going On (Truth and Rights Remix)
7. Little Stevie and Jay 'Dusty' Smith – Uptight
8. Kenny Parker – My Whole World Is Falling Down
10ft Ganja Plant – So Much Confusion Dub (FREE DOWNLOAD)
10. Cornell Campbell meets The Gaylads w/ Sly and Robbie – Love and Understanding Dub
Box Juice – Pick Up the Knowledge [NZ]
Sweet and Irie – Jah Love [NZ]
Katchafire – Doesn't Anybody [NZ]
14. The Skatalites meets King Tubby – Dub of Love
Ringo Ska – Can't Buy Me Love
16. Amy Winehouse – Monkey Man
17. The Bashments – In My Time
18. Leonard Dillion – No Want No Bad Woman
19. The Orobians – Napoleon Solo
20. The Pepperpots – It's Raining
21. Johnny Lover and Destroyers – Nevada Joe
22. Nora Dean – Barbwire
23. Seespot – Needles and Pins
24. The Skatalites meet King Tubby – Herb Man Dub
10ft Ganja Plant – Got To Be A Solider (FREE DOWNLOAD)


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