Playlist: March 7, 2009

BABYLON BURNING with Jesse I 106.7 PBS-FM > Melbourne, Australia 5-7 PM > MARCH 7 > 2009 Featuring Don Corleon's new Changes riddim... the Cash Register riddim on John John... plus new tunes from Capleton, Sizzla, and New Zealand's Flowsion... COCOA TEA - Babylon Is Falling (Fat Eyes) FREDDIE McGREGOR - Mark of the Beast (Soul Syndicate 7") DELROY WILLIAMS - Crucial (I Stand Black: Makasound) DON CARLOS - Crucial Situation (Suffering: Negus Roots) HORACE ANDY - Natty Dread A Weh She Want (Tappa 12") TAPPA ZUKIE - Tappa Zukie Weh She Want (Tappa 12") MASSIVE DREAD - No More To Roar (Rootsman Connection: Kingston Sounds) CULTURAL ROOTS - Thief, Liars, Criminals (Hell A Go Pop: Greensleeves) THE VIBES TONE - Leaders of Black Countries (Rootsman Connection: Kingston Sounds) LUCKY DUBE - Slave (Captured Live: Shanachie) ALPHA BLONDY - Masada (Live Au Zenith: EMI) KING TUBBY & THE AGGROVATORS - The Roots Of Dub (Once Upon A Time At King Tubbys: Pressure Sounds) THE SENSATIONS - Every Day Is Just A Holiday (Treasure Isle 7") SIZZLA - Made Of (Xterminator 7") MORGAN HERITAGE - Get Away (Xterminator 7") PRINCE MALACHI - Ready Fi Dem (Xterminator 7") MORGAN HERITAGE - Can't Get We Out (Don Corleon) RICHIE SPICE - More Life (Don Corleon) JAH CURE - Never Find (Don Corleon) ALAINE - Make It Without You (Don Corleon) TARRUS RILEY - Getty Getty No Wanty (Don Corleon) GENTLEMAN - Changes (Don Corleon) I OCTANE - Blood Shed (Don Corleon) NIYORAH - Badness Will Bloody You (Chant of the Lions: Mt Nebo) RAS BUMPA - Taste of Consciousness (Chant of the Lions: Mt Nebo) NATURAL BLACK - The System (Silly Walks) FLOWSION - Villains and Police (High Stakes Records) CAPLETON - Stay Far From Dem (Equiknoxx) MICHAEL ROSE - Paper Dawg (John John) ELEPHANT MAN - Must Haffi Rich (John John) VYBZ KARTEL - Set Up (John John) SIZZLA - Cause A Revolution (Irie Ites) GARNETT SILK - Disadvantaged (It's Growing: VP) GARNETT SILK - What Do You Say? (Greensleeves 12") TENOR SAW - Wrongs Going On (Wake The Town: Ras) talk over CD: Clinton Fearon's "Faculty of Dub" on Boogie Brown