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Musical Youth + Vintage Reggae Bash

Musical Youth + Vintage Reggae Bash

Musical Youth + Vintage Reggae Bash

By Benjamin Peronne on Wednesday, July 18, 2007 - Comment

MVD : 2 new releases - Musical Youth - Vintage Reggae Bash

Vintage Reggae Bash : Brooklyn 1983

Vintage Reggae Bash : Brooklyn 1983

This DVD consists of footage from an incredible Reggae festival held at the historical Empire Roller Skating Center in Brooklyn, NY circa 1983. It includes sets from such legendary artists as Big Youth, Leroy Sibbles, Ken Boothe, Delroy Wilson, Tinga Stewart, Roman Stewart, The Blues Busters - Lloyd Campbell and Phillip James, and Max Romeo. The 30,000-square-foot venue, a go-to spot for skate-world renegades in the early 70s, was a de facto community center where teenagers came after school and families spent the weekend. It was the perfect place to host such a historically important music event such as this.

Track Listing / Features:

  • Dread Ina Babylon - Greenbay Killing Intro
  • Big Youth - Hit The Road Jack
  • Big Youth - Ten Against One
  • Big Youth - Dreadlocks Dread
  • Big Youth - Every Nigger Is A Star
  • Big Youth - I Pray Thee
  • Leroy Sibbles - Rock & Come In
  • Leroy Sibbles - Sweet Talking
  • Leroy Sibbles - Love You So
  • Leroy Sibbles - Party Time
  • Blues Busters - Phillip James & Lloyd Campbell - Behold
  • Blues Busters - Phillip James & Lloyd Campbell - Girl
  • Delroy Wilson - Dancing Mood
  • Delroy Wilson - Delroy Intro
  • Ken Boothe - Everything I Own
  • Ken Boothe - Don't Want To Say Goodbye
  • Ken Boothe - Freedom Street
  • Roman Stewart - Gambling
  • Tinga Stewart - Lick Shot Medley
  • Max Romeo - Peace & War Ina Babylon
  • Max Romeo - Getting Through To You
  • Dread Ina Babylon - Encore S 90 Skank
  • Big Youth - Jim Squeetchy
  • Blues Busters - Phillip James & Lloyd Campbell - Give A Little More
  • Delroy Wilson - Conquer Me
  • Ken Boothe - Moving Away
  • Dread Ina Babylon - Mindblowing Decision

 

Musical Youth : Live in the UK

Musical Youth : Live in the UK

Musical Youth formed in 1979 at Duddeston Manor School, Birmingham, England. This pop/reggae influenced group, featured two sets of brothers, Kelvin and Michael Grant, plus Junior and Patrick Waite. Their massive 1982 hit "Pass The Dutchie" was the first of their songs to capture the public's imagination. It propelled their record to Number 1 in the UK singles chart, and went on to sell over four million copies. It was also nominated for a Grammy Award, and charted in the US Top 10. Youth Of Today, Never Gonna Give You Up, 007 and Tell Me Why? were also big international hits. This DVD features these incredible musicians live in concert!

Track Listing / Features:

  • Tell Me Why
  • 54:46
  • I'm Into Something Good
  • Sixteen
  • Pretty Women
  • Never Gonna Give You Up
  • 007 ( Shanty Town )
  • One Love
  • Pass the Dutchie

 

 

Street Date: 08/07/07


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