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Kiko De Gallo Show vol.14 – Heavy Bass Reggae Mix
September 20, 2010, 7:13 pm
Filed under: dj mixes

Kiko De Gallo
has been putting out a steady stream of island and Tropi heavy podcasts at the amazing Groovalizacion site.
Check out his latest Heavy Bass Reggae mix here.
Set list and info after the break.

New Jamaican music mix built with strictly 45’s. You will hear a lot of heavy bass beats, dub productions, and lyrics inspired by the Rastafarian culture and religion. One love, One God, Haile Selassie. Babylon, and the search of Zion.
When you listen, relax and enjoy, and let peace fill your soul.
1- Michael Prophe – Gunman
2- The Heptones – Sufferers Time
3- Barrington Levy – Shine Eye Gal
4- The Silverstones – Jah Jah Children
5- Hugo Mundell – Jaqueline
6- Johnny Osborne – Man Of Jahoviah
7- Barrington Levy – Jah Blacks
8- Michael Prophet – Warn Them Jah
9- Black Uhuru – I Love King Selassie
10- Johnny Clarke – African People
11- Barrington Levy – Lose Respect
12- See I – Why Not Tonight
13- Damian Marley & Nas – Road To Zion
14- Anthony B – Woman Dem A Mine
15- Pinchers – Heathen
16- Frost & Wagner – Big Disgrace
17- Little Madness – Mother Country
18- Wailing Souls – Firehouse Souls
19- Michael Prophet – Righteous Are The Conqueror
Special thanks to dj Vinnie Esparza (San Francisco) for helping me to find the gems.

Click HERE or click on this link: to listen to this mix, enjoy the Groovalizacion 24/7 web radio, read articles, learn about the charts and more.



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Thank you for the heavy, heavy tunes that contain the lightest touch to the heart

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