1st tune ever in your collection?
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« Reply #15 on: October 11, 2014, 08:19:22 am »

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« Reply #16 on: December 21, 2014, 12:04:27 pm »

my first and still one of my favorite


     

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« Reply #17 on: December 28, 2014, 06:02:09 pm »

Oh man I can't remember it's over 30 years ago!
My mother, aunt and cousins owned several albums and 45s, not to mention numerous cassette tapes,
but I think my first self owned 45 somewehen in the early '80s, was BMW's Buffalo Soldier 12" or Pass the Dutchie by the underrated Musical Youth, global number one!
I also can't remember what was my first bought lp either.
It was probably a K-tel compilation with all the then current reggae hits.
Now I think about it, it's very odd; cause I can remember buying MJ's 'Thriller" in '83 possibly the first album I bought.
But I soon started to 'binge' on reggae releases so which one was first is lost in the foggy mists of yesteryear. Grin

What I DO remember is buying in a secondhand comic-shop Johnny Clarke's 'Rockers Time Now', Prince Far-I's 'Free from Sin' and Greyhound's 'Mango Rock' (cool but underrated Reggae/Soul album, check it out) almost all at the same time! To this day favourite albums.

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« Reply #18 on: January 24, 2015, 05:42:14 am »

my first and still one of my favorite


     

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For me is the same album. My father have kaya in is collection...
The first reggae  tape that i buy was surely Bob Marley wich album? I can't remenber. But the tape that I remember was Burning Spear - Hail HIM. Cos for a long time i use to have the cover in my wallet. I was like hypnotise by the man on the white horse.
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« Reply #19 on: January 24, 2015, 04:31:03 pm »

thanks for this really interesting post yojimbo, it remand me back in the years  Grin

it passed a long time when i bought my first reggae album, maybe 20 years...i grow as the technology, first tapes then CDs and finally vinyls...

for sure my first reggae tapes, as a lot i think, was by Bob Marley, 'Legend' and 'Catch A Fire' who don't started with him  Cheesy

about CDs, firsts i bought was 'The Gladiators - Bongo Red' 'Alpha Blondy & The Wailers - Jerusalem' and 'Steel Pulse - Handsworth Revolution' bought all three in a reggae concert

finally, in this years, i bought a thurntable and my first LPs was 'Ini Kamoze - Ini Kamoze' 'Martin Campbell - Historical Tracks (1978-1981) - The Foundation' and 'Bush Chemists - Strictly Dubwise'
the last i bought i can remember well 'Scientist - Jah Life In Dub' 'Sceptre - Essence Of Redemption - Ina Dif'rent Styley' and ' Pablo Moses - Revolutionary Dream'

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