Saturday, July 17, 2010


GO FEET! Radio presents ...
Episode 91, 07 JULY 2010

This episode has to be one of the highlights I've had on GO FEET! Radio so far!!!
I had the privilege of interviewing Mr T Bone of Italy. He was enjoying a hot summer and I was dreading a cold winter here in New Zealand - I wanted to swap places with him!!
Mr T Bone is not only a very nice guy but he is a massive trombone player who has joined forces with the best of the best Italian Reggae Ska and Jazz bands. Go to his website to check him out.

In the mean time enjoy some music featuring Mr T Bone on Trombone and the interview, which nearly didn't happen due to some technical difficulties. Hence the reason why the interview with Mr T Bone stops short. Where he stops talking is where the station software stopping recording our interview. We actually spoke longer and I played more of his tunes. So to finish the podcast I have added a few songs at the end. Hope you enjoy it.
Introducing ... MR T BONE!!!!!

1. Mr Tone Bone - Thats It!
2. Mr Tone Bone - Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
3. Mr Tone Bone - Pressure
4. Mr Tone Bone - I Mean
5. Mr Tone Bone - You Must Say
6. Mr Tone Bone - My Cruel World
7. Mr Tone Bone - My Darling
8. Mr Tone Bone - September
9. Mr Tone Bone - Let Em Go
10. Mr Tone Bone - Bring Me Back
11. Mr Tone Bone - What You Wanna Do
12. Mr Tone Bone - Never Get Enough with Peter Truff
13. Mr Tone Bone - Somewhere
14. Mr Tone Bone - The Lonesome Road
15. Africa Unite feat. Alborosie - Reality
16. Africa Unite feat. Mama Marjas - The Lady
17. Africa Unite - Judge Not
18. Africa Unite - Bad Card
19. Africa Unite - Concrete Jungle
20. Africa Unite - Crazy Baldheads
21. Africa Unite - Wait In Vain
22. Giuliano Palma and the Bluesbeaters - You Don't Believe Me
23. New York Ska Jazz Ensemble - Cecilia
24. Mr T Bone - Take Care



GO FEET! Radio presents ...
Episode 90, 30 June 2010

1. Bob Marley - Jammin'
2. Africa Unite - Rebel Music
3. Aggrovators - Crabbit Version Dub
4. Carlton Barrett and Family Man Barrett - Dub in my Soul
5. Reggae Interpretation of Miles Davis - Blue in Green
6. The Gramaphone Allstars - In A Sentimental Mood
7. The Allentons - Zucco
8. The Slackers - Such a long way off
9. The Slackers - Bo Evil
10. The Five Aces - Kick the bucket
11. Rico Rodriguez - Bridge Street Shuffle
12. The Moon Invaders - Blow Blow Blow
13. Giuliano Palma and the Bluebeaters - The Marvin Boogaloo
14. Dr Ring Ding - Got my Boogaloo
15. The Slackers - Run Away
16. New York Ska Jazz Ensemble - Elegy
17. Eli Paperboy Reed and the True Loves - I'll Roll with You
18. Al Green feat. Corinne Bailey Rae - Take Your Time
19. The Moon Invaders - Can't keep a good man down
20. Marcia Griffiths - Feel Like Jumpin'
21. Uniques - Queen Majesty
22. Johnny Osborne - Ready or Not
23. Mr T Bone - Somewhere Dub
Bonus Track
The Caroloregians - Upsetting Harry


Friday, July 16, 2010

GO FEET! Radio#88 Downtown Special

GO FEET! Radio presents ...
Episode 88, 16 June 2010

1. Mr T Bone - Heroes
((((Marcus of The Native Sons shares all about the Unity with a Cause fundraiser concert for Te Hamua Nikora))))
2. Natty King and David Levi - Kings Highway
3. Barrington Levy - Shine Eye Gal
4. Bob Marley and the Wailers - Soul Almighty
5. Caroloregians - Chicken Crap
6. The Underbelly feat. Roxie Ray - I Can't Live without You
7. Agustus Pablo meets Lee Perry and The Wailers - Don't Rock My Boat
8. Denis Brown - Africa
9. The Congos - Thief is in the Vineyard
10. Dennis Alcapone - Cassius Clay
11. Peter Tosh and U Roy - Rightful Ruler
12. 10ft Ganja Plant - The Sundance Kid
13. Sparrow Martin - Revolution Rock
14. Alton Ellis - Well Run Dry
15. Tenor Saw and Buju Banton - Ring the Alarm
16. Larry Marshall - I've got to make it
17. Dr Ring Ding and the Senior Allstars - Call 89
18. Pressure Cooker - Burning Fence
19. The Israelites - I Know A Place
20. Rico Rodriguez - Reggae Magnet
21. Jamaica 69 - Sexy Reggae


GO FEET! Radio#87 Funky Kingston

GO FEET! Radio presents ...
Funky Kingston
Episode 87, 9 June 10

1. Toots and the Maytals - Funky Kingston
2. Nicodemus - Bone Connection
3. Pressure Cooker - DJ Tribute (LIVE in Laconia)
4. Snypa Levi - Country Living [NZ]
5. Snypa Levi - Rasta ... be Militant [NZ]
6. Zion Hill - Can You Feel It [NZ]
7. The Native Sons - Hand In Hand [NZ]
8. NRG Rising - Sway [NZ]
9. Rude Rich and the High Notes - Money Worries
10. Tommy Tornado with Rico Rodriguez - Ruff and Tuff
11. The Specials - Conquering Ruler
12. The Allentons - Dub in a Minute
13. Carl Dawkins and The Wailers - Cloud Nine
14. Ray Lugo's L.E.S Express feat. Roxie Ray - Love Me Good [RecordKicks]
15. The Pioneers - Papa Was a Rolling Stone
16. Tomorrow's Children - WAR
17. The Underbelly feat. Roxie Ray - I Keep Heading On [RecordKicks]
18. Guiuliano Palma and The BlueBeaters - The Marvin Boogaloo
19. Sierra Leon's Refugee Allstars - Living Stone


GO FEET! Radio#84 Rebel Souljahz and Jahstafai LIVE

GO FEET! Radio presents ...
Interview with Mikey of Rebel Souljahz and Jahstafai LIVE
Episode 84, 19 May 2010

1. Dubwise - Country Living Ridddim [NZ]
(((Interview with Mikey of Rebel Souljahz)))
2. Rebel Souljahz - Bring Back the Days
3. Rebel Souljahz - Slow Down (with Katchafire)
4. Rebel Souljahz - Be My Wife
5. Rebel Souljahz - I Do
6. Rebel Souljahz - She's Mine
7. Rebel Souljahz - Sweet Thang
8. Katchafire - Collie Herbsman (LIVE in Hawaii) [NZ]
9. The Black Seeds - Way the World (LIVE in Paris) [NZ]
(((Faith and Elliot from JAHSTAFAI)))
10. Jahstafai - Profit [NZ]
11. Jahstafai - Celebrate [NZ]
12. Porina - Live Life [NZ]
13. Jahstafai - Crystal Ball [NZ]
14. Four Tops & King Storm - Same Old Song
15. Roger Rivas remix of Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings- Keep On Looking
16. Ginjah - Happy Years [NZ]


GO FEET! Radio# 83 This Is Managers

GO FEET! Radio presents ...
THIS IS MANAGERS: interview with Nick Brown
Episode 83, 12 May 2010

1. The Managers - RJ [NZ]
2. Managers - Terror Firma [NZ]
3. Dead Fools Fiesta - Blood Money [NZ]
4. Katchafire - J Dubb Remix [NZ]
5. The Managers - Ska Ha Ha [NZ]
6. Managers - Up in Arms [NZ]
7. Managers - Jealousy [NZ]
8. Cornerstone Roots - My Generation [NZ]
9. Rebel Souljahz - Don't Stop the Music [NZ]
10. The Black Seeds - Cool Me Down [NZ]
11. Royala - Soul Time [NZ]
12. Tahuna Breaks - Empower Me [NZ]


Thursday, July 15, 2010

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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

RIP Sugar Minott

Veteran singer, songwriter, musician and producer Sugar Minott - born Lincoln Barrington Minott - from Kingston, Jamaica has been a driving force in pioneering the creation of reggae music. Contributing his indoctrination to the reggae music from growing up near a dancehall where some of the best sounds of the day used to play.

From this exposure he began to build a repertoire and entered talent contests like the Little Theatre Company. When finished school he began his journey in the music business selling records and playing in a sound named, Sound of Silence Keytone.

Sugar then started his own sound by the name of Black Roots which then led to the creation of Youthman Promotion.

In 1969 Sugar teamed up with Tony Tuff and Derrick Howard and formed the group the African Brothers. Tony was the lead singer and they recorded for Micron Music which was run by Mick Johnson and Ronny Burke of Sunsplash fame. The group then recorded for other producers from the likes of Keith Weston, Winston "Marrytone" Blake, Rupie Edwards and Coxsone Dodd. Some of the releases were "Lead us father", Mystery of nature", Party time" and"Righteous kingdom".
The group sprang up from the gathering at Delacree Rd. and Delamar Ave. corner, properly known as Tony Martin corner where many aspiring artists would mass. Due to strong cultural content of the lyrics the group did not receive the type of publicity it deserved so they all decided to pursue solo careers.

In 1974 Sugar teamed up with Ace producer Coxsone Dodd "Studio One". Bringing the label back to life after the loss of John Holt, Ken Boothe, and Alton Ellis to other studio's, His first hit for "studio One" was "Vanity" followed by "Mr DC", "House is not a Home" and "Hang on Natty", which led to his first solo album "Live Loving".

In 1979 he left Studio One to form his own label - "Black Roots" which led to the foundation of the Youth Promotion crew, recoding artist's like Little John, Triston Palmer, Barry Brown and Tony Tuff.

Youth Promotion started back in 1979, in the Maxfield park area of Kingston, Jamaica. Known as the Ghetto sound by the youths of the area. Started by Lincoln "Sugar" Minott the Veteran singer, songwriter, musician and producer. The sound system was the opportunity of the youths to be heard by the masses.

The Sound Youthman Promotion began to dominate the Dancehall scene by voiceing artist's like Junior Reid, Yami Bolo, Don Angelo, the lateTenor Saw, Nitty Gritty and Garnet Silk who did his first recording for the Black Roots Label. The list of Artists goes on - Tony Rebel, Colorman, Daddy Freddie, Johnny Osbourne, Steve "Shalom" Harper and many more.

Minott died on 10 July 2010 at the University Hospital of the West Indies in St. Andrew, after being admitted there earlier that day. The cause of death is yet to be announced. He had been affected by a heart condition since early 2009, and cancelled several performances in May 2010 due to chest pains.