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On 3/4/2017 at 8:05 AM, eFestivals said:

 

thirty years after John Peel played it constantly, 6music discover Junior Byles and play Fade Away three times in a week. :lol: 

If we give them another ten years, they'll discover he's got other more-famous tracks too. :lol:

(I won't confuse them by saying there's about 15 different versions of this one :P)

 

 

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On 06/03/2017 at 2:16 PM, eFestivals said:

thirty years after John Peel played it constantly, 6music discover Junior Byles and play Fade Away three times in a week. :lol: 

If we give them another ten years, they'll discover he's got other more-famous tracks too. :lol:

(I won't confuse them by saying there's about 15 different versions of this one :P)

 

 

That's a beach buggy and I have that compilation LP somewhere.

police in helicopter - lot of that around here right now

 

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On 11/03/2017 at 1:21 PM, bamber said:

That's a beach buggy and I have that compilation LP somewhere.

police in helicopter - lot of that around here right now

 

I don't do the whole upvote/downvote thing. WTF is all that about anyway. That said, why the fuck would anyone take the time to down vote that. It would seem pointless.

 

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Reggae has always been and will remain my constant companion in life.

There are always new avenues in this music. Jazmine Sullivan is the new R&B superstar, a fair hand at Reggae too.....

 

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