The Sunday mixtape on Sound Travels was a vintage affair, old-school Jamaican rocksteady the flavor and I savored this soulful sound and hope you did too. By vintage, we're talking 60's-era sounds from the style that was the precursor to reggae; a sound steeped in the same rhythm and blues that spawned rock and roll. While reggae obviously carved it's own path, it began with the blue beat sound that made last night's mix. If you missed it…
The Jamaicans "Baba Boom Time" Jamaican Beat
Dennis Alcapone and Lizzy "Ba Ba Riba Skank" Jamaican Beat
Ken Boothe "Freedom Street" Freedom Street
Bob Marley "Soul Shakedown Party" Definitive Gold
Tommy McCook "Tunnel One" Downbeat The Ruler
Paragons "The Tide Is High" The Tide Is High
Prince Buster "Take It Easy" King of Blue Beat
Errol Dunkley "Love Brother" Explosive Rock Steady
The Viceroys "Love And Unity" Ya Ho
Tony Tribe "Red Red Wine"
Justin Hinds & The Dominoes "Drink Milk" Carry Go Bring Come
Cedric 'Im Brooks "Idleberg" Studio One Funk
The Sensations "Every Day Is Like A Holiday" Jamaican Beat
Sound Dimension "Rockfort Rock"
Ernest Ranglin "Ranglin Doddlin" The Legendary Studio One Records
The Heptones "I'm Your Man" The Legendary Studio One Records
Cedric Im Brooks "Mun-Dun-Gu" Studio One Scorcher
Soul Vendors "Ringo Rock" Studio One Scorcher
Sound Dimension "Mojo Rock"
The Jamaicans "Things You Say So" Jamaican Beat
Dennis Brown "Westbound Train" 600% Dynamite!