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Single-Issue Album by Oscar Peterson to be Auctioined in London

The album features previously unrecorded and unreleased original Oscar Peterson compositions made available by the Oscar Peterson Estate.

House of Reggae Pt. 169 – Lonely Special

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I’m asking for you to keep me company today while I play some tear-jerking Jamaican music full of tales of lost souls and rejected lovers in the House of Reggae’s Lonely Special Johnny Dizzy Moore – Lonely Reggae
Freddie McKay – Lonely Man
The Techniques – Lonely Lonely Man Am I
Keith & Tex – Lonely Man
Horace Andy – Lonely Woman
Delroy Wilson – Once Upon A Time
The Conquerors – Lonely Street
Eek A Mouse – Lonesome Journey
Albert Malawi – A Lonely Walk Culture – I’m Alone In The Wilderness
Gregory Isaacs – Lonely Soldier
Slim Smith – Lonely Lover
Gregory Isaacs – Lonely Lover
The Charmers – Lonely Boy
Noel Bailey – Lonely Girl
John Holt & Joya Landis – I’ll Be Lonely
The Clarendonians – Lonely Heartaches
Freddie McGregor – Just Don’t Want To Be Lonely Log on to www.reggaeworldmusic.com every Friday between 8 – 10pm UK time to hear the House of Reggae live. Thanks, Ian

Last Chance! 22nd Istanbul Jazz Festival

The festival enters its final week with jazz superstars Dave Holland, Chris Potter, Lionel Loueke, and Eric Harland.

House of Reggae Pt. 168

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Welcome in for another hour of fine Jamaican music served up with the usual information, detail and trivia… Chronixx – Play Some Roots
Sarah Lugo & Protoje – Really Like You
Linval Thompson – Ethiopian Girl
Anthony Johnson – Africa
Jah Thomas – Stereo Graph Style
Anthony Johnson – Gun Shot
Jah Thomas & Toyan – Non A That
Early B – Pedestrian
Gappy Ranks – Generation
Jimmie Rodgers – Secretly
The Uniques – Secretly
U Roy – Scandal
Lone Ranger – M16
Fulk Reid – Golden Daffodils
Morgan Heritage – Strictly Roots
Mr Spaulding – 12 Tribes Of Israel
The Clarendonians – Early In The Morning
Sir Harry – Musical Broom
Jesse Royal – Finally Log on to www.reggaeworldmusic.com every Friday between 8 – 10pm UK time to hear the House of Reggae live. Thanks, Ian

House of Reggae Pt. 167 – Bass Special

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After a longer than anticipated break, the doors of the House of Reggae are open once again and today I am paying an extended tribute to some of the legendary Mr Bassie’s of Jamaica who over the last six decades have provided the bone-tickling, speaker-troubling bass-lines that have become reggae’s signature sound in the House of Reggae’s Bass Special… Horace Andy – Mr Bassie
Clue J & The Blues Blasters – Silky
The Skatalites – Trip To Mars
The Supersonics – The Attorney
Alton Ellis – Girl I’ve Got A Date
Soul Vendors – Real Rock
Soul Vendors – Swing Easy
Larry & Alvin – Nanny Goat
Sound Dimension – Full Up
Horace Andy – Mr Bassie
The Upsetters – Zig Zag
Vivian Jackson – Conquering Lion
Ansell Collins – Stalag 17
Big Youth – S90 Skank
Now Generation – Mas Gan Version
Ken Boothe – Black, Gold & Green
Lloyd Parks – Mafia Part Two
Dennis Brown – Milk & Honey
Richard Hall – Dirty Harry
Ini Kamoze – World A Music
Gregory Isaacs – Night Nurse (version)
Wailing Souls – Kingdom Rise Kingdom Fall
Steely & Clevie – China Town
Shabba Ranks – Peanie Peanie
Mafia & Fluxy – Gunman Buju Banton – Murderer
Firehouse Crew – Firehouse In Dub
Luciano – Sweep Over My Soul
Notis & Iba Mahr – Diamond Sox Log on to www.reggaeworldmusic.com every Friday between 8 – 10pm UK time to hear the House of Reggae live. Thanks, Ian

Charlie Parker’s ‘Yardbird’ to Receive World premiere in June

The opera was conceived and written for tenor Lawrence Brownlee’s voice, which the composer likens to the color and technical virtuosity of Parker’s music-making.

House of Reggae Pt. 166

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Here comes another hour of fine Jamaican music, where I get to delve deep into the reggae archive and pull out plenty of hit songs and forgotten gems… Roman Stewart – Hit Song
Dillinger – Natty Sings A Hit Song
Johnny & The Attractions – Lets Get Together
Xana Romeo – Righteous Path
Jimmy Riley – Nyah-Bingi
Barry Brown – Belly Move
Charlie Chaplin – International Robbery
Protoje – All Will Have To Change
Patrick Andy – Living In Mount Zion
Roman Stewart – Try Me
I Roy – Leggo Beast
Big Youth – Tippertone Rocking
Big Joe – Selassie Skank
Dotty & Bonny – Dearest
Dotty & Bonny – Bunch Of Roses
Iba Mahr – Haile
King Of Kings – Selassie Serenade Log on to www.reggaeworldmusic.com every Friday between 8 – 10pm UK time to hear the House of Reggae live. Thanks, Ian

House of Reggae Pt. 165

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Welcome in for another hour of fine Jamaican music, where we’ll be jumping into our time travel machine and taking a journey along the rocky road of reggae music… The Skatalites ft. King Sporty – Lawless Street
Baba Motta & His Jamaicans – She Pon Top
Prince Buster – She Pon Top
Shuga & Ikaya – Dat Nah Guh Work
Hortense Ellis – Woman Of The Ghetto
Pinchers – Border
The Skatalites ft. King Sporty – El Cid
King Sporty – Choice Of Music
Inner Circle ft. Chronixx – News Carrying Dread
Trevor Byfield – Burning Bush
Albert Malawi – Jah Is Sweet
Clive Wilson – One Ska, One Ounce Of Weed, One Beer
The Skatalites – One Beer, One Scotch, One Bourbon (Take 1)
The Inturns – Send Us
Marlon Asher – Shashamani Log on to www.reggaeworldmusic.com every Friday between 8 – 10pm UK time to hear the House of Reggae live. Thanks, Ian

House of Reggae Pt. 164 – Single Syllable Patois Special

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Step this way for another hour of fine Jamaican music, where today I’m celebrating the abbreviated colloquialisms and sayings that regularly turn up in many reggae song titles in the House of Reggae’s single syllable patois special… Eek A Mouse – Wa Do Dem Carl Meeks – Weh Dem Fah
Desmond Dekker – A It Mek
Junior Dread – A Wah Dat Barrington Levy & Trinity – A Ya We Deh
Soulettes – A Deh Pon Dem
Hopeton Lewis – A De Pon Dem
Reggae Boys – Me No Born Yah
Derrick Morgan – Mek It Tan Deh
The Gladiators – Big Boo Boo Dey
Wailing Souls – Who No Waan Come
The Ethiopians – Mek You Go On So
Freddie McKay – Nah Mek It Look So
Super Cat & Tiger – A Wah Do Dem So
Josey Wales – A Weh Dem A Go Do Log on to www.reggaeworldmusic.com every Friday between 8 – 10pm UK time to hear the House of Reggae live. Thanks, Ian

Danish Winter Jazz Fest Takes Over 100 Venues Nationwide

Denmark celebrates jazz from Aalborg, Aarhus, Odense and Esbjerg to the historic jazz capital of Copenhagen.