Friday, February 25, 2011

Friday Reggae # 20


I was playing this last week and almost did a double Friday Reggae post I was so struck, once again, by how brilliant it is. But 'No, no davyh,' says I to myself, 'Hold fire till next Friday and let's cap off perhaps a whole week of things punky reggae/reggae in a manner fitting' and so it has come to pass companeros, so it has come to pass.

Celebrating British roots reggae at its finest.

I shall require a beverage, ya kna.

Steel Pulse - 'Ku Klux Klan' (1978)

19 comments:

  1. Darn it Davy you beat me to the punch. I was going to post this, this very evening. Back to the drawing board..

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  2. I And I is of One Mind bredrin.

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  3. I have made amendments. And ting.

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  4. (This is as bad as when we all tried speaking German after a Kraftwerk post)

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  5. I will get it right.

    Gie me a Guinness and Rum.

    Us Scots cannae dae Patois we just en up bein mair incomprehensible than usual, so forgive me if I dinnae get involved an' at, know.

    wv - ouchanh - got to be gaelic for something

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  6. What is the funny man saying Mummy?

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  7. I'm away to pick up the boys and then I think that a Riptide my be in order.

    Have a good weekend Mr H.

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  8. lord help us it's getting more radio 4 panel show every friday. a good one obviously. what a fine week you've given us old fruit- i feel positively radical (in a sitting down vodka lime and soda bit of minestrone later kinda way)
    x

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  9. I think that is the only way to be radical, really x

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  10. ps
    happy birthday to mrs h for tomorrow
    x

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  11. You can do GCSE Jamaican Patois at my school, don't you know, dears.

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  12. Ooh, I'm telling the Daily Mail.

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  13. Duck Patois or Sidney Patois?

    My wife went to the West Indies.
    - Jamaica?
    - No, she formalised a quick decree absolute as a result of my unreasonable behaviour with the WRAF Rowing Team in 1989.

    Red Stripe x 4 to celebrate the disc.

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  14. Being just the one for anecdotes tonight, I have, in my time, formalised a good few decrees absolute (check that plural), doing a stint as a county court clerk, and can therefore confidently and correctly claim to have divorced hundreds of people.

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  15. Add me to the list of people who were thinking of posting this. The BBC's Reggae splash has stirred us all methinks.

    Caught up with the Toots program the other night. Wonderful!

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  16. hey isnt that the kid offa the doubledeckers?

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