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Tony Tuff and Anthony John meet Blackboard Jungle and RockDis

Tony Tuff and Anthony John meet Blackboard Jungle and RockDis

Tony Tuff and Anthony John meet Blackboard Jungle and RockDis

By United Reggae on Monday, March 14, 2011 - 1 comment

New 12’’ release from the French roots label Blackboard Jungle.


French roots activists strike hard once more ! The roots reggae band Rockers Disciples and sound system and label Blackboard Jungle, both from West of France, have teamed up with Jamaicans Tony Tuff and Anthony John to offer a fresh new 12’’ in a roots rockers style. 

Tony Tuff - LivityOut now, the disco release features Anthony John’s Love & Pray, previously played by sound systems as a dubplate and Tony Tuff’s Livity. Both cuts are on a riddim by Rootical45 & RockDis, played by RockDis all stars (aka The Rockers Disciples). 

This new rootsy 12 is the first release in a series of vinyl discos, co-produced by Blackboard Jungle and the band RockDis. 

For each production, one riddim, 2 vocal parts and 2 dub versions, featuring "singers from different areas, representing different styles and cultures" said Rock Dis and Blackboard. 

A CD, compiling all the 12’’ vocal content has also been announced. Stay tuned !

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Posted by Dr. Musa Gwagwa on 06.05.2012
I am in love of reggae music since early 70‘s. I use to hear tony tuff in those days but now i can‘t get his music. Tony is a good singer. In Nigeria, we hardly gets the kind of music tony tuff, frankie paul, ranking joe, sugar minott, general trees, flour gan, ranking toyan, jah thomas, billy boyo, josy wales, dillinger, tonto irie, clement irie, tippa irie, necodemus, sister nancy, leroy smart, leroy sibblies, sanchez, u brown, micheal prophet, micheal smith, micheal rose, ranking dread, big youth, general echo, i roy, u roy, asher senetor, smiley culture, denise brown, lone ranger, little john, ranking nigger, tappa zukie, barry bum, barry brown, lovinder. Reggae is the voice of righteousness. Reggae music is people‘s voice. Reggae music is the voice of the people.

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