Posts Tagged ‘hall of fame’

In the month-long series of featuring “analog tape only” media on Positive Vibes…

This week’s show rounded out with a special feature of the world immortal Stone Love sound with veteran selector Cancer at the controls as the last edition of the “reel” back analog series for the month of September.  Download the show here.


Cancer navigated a musical journey down the golden road of Studio One produced hits and a variety of rock steady tunes featuring the likes of Bob Andy, Ken Boothe, Hopeton Lewis, Delroy Wilson, Winston Francis, Slim Smith/The Techniques, Ken Boothe, Leroy Sibbles/The Heptones, Brent Dowe, Dawn Penn, Alton Ellis, John Holt, Dobby Dobson, Sugar Minott and more!

The show wound down with a Bob Marley & The Wailers showcase ending with the program’s namesake tune “Positive Vibrations” which happens to be in its 27th year of broadcast.

Bob Marley & The Wailers playlist:

Misty morning

One drop


Satisfy my soul

Give thanks

Running away


Positive Vibes




Govenor General Michaelle Jean


Govenor General Michaelle Jean “Press conference on Haiti”   

Dennis Brown Let Love in   

Dennis Brown Stand in life   

Dennis Brown Concentration   

Dennis Brown Yaga Yaga   

Dennis Brown Equal rights   

Wailers Forever loving Jah   

Wailers Satisfy my soul   

Luciano So much going on   

Richie Spice Trouble in the world   

Capleton Recognized   

Julian Marley/Damian Marley Violence in the streets   

Gramps Morgan Wash way the tears   

Morgan Heritage So much more to come   

Buju Banton Love in the city   

Wailers One love   

Inword Know Jah   

Souljah Fyah Abundance of good   

Mikey Dangerous Bawl blood   

Jah Cuttah Naturally   

Barrington Levy Youths cry   

Interview with Roger Steffans (part 1)   


Roger Steffans, founder Beat magazineI’ll be interviewing the great Ras Rojah this thursday on Positive Vibes.  Nuff said.

Grammy Blog:::LOLIn less than a month of its humble beginning, Global Vibe has gained the hard-earned ‘blog of the day’ honor from WordPress for January 18 2010.  Thanks WP!

With a career spanning over 40 years, reggae icon, Jimmy Cliff will soon be entered into the Cleveland Rock hall of fame forthcoming March.

For many, their introduction to Jimmy Cliff was by way of his lead role and title track from the cult classic film “The harder they come”; a story about a young, jamaican rudie determined to find a way out of hardships and trouble by developing himself as an artist.

He is the only living musician to hold the Order of Merit, the highest honour granted by the Jamaican government for achievement in the arts and sciences.

Cliff’s “Many rivers to cross”, gained wide appeal from a cross-section of the music industry leading to a diverse group of artistes such as Cher, UB40, Annie Lennox, Martha Reeves, Linda Ronstadt, Lenny Kravitz and more doing their own versions of the song.

Swedish pop group Abba and The Hollies will also receive inductions this March.

Jimmy Cliff website