Reggae Hits

Various Artists - Reggae Hits 69 Vol. 1 (Pama Economy 1969) 24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip

Various Artists - Reggae Hits 69 Vol. 1 (1969)
Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 398Mb
Rapidshare, Hotfile | Early Reggae, Skinhead Reggae | 1969 UK LP | Pama Economy ECO 3
Absolutely top drawer selection of the Boss Reggae Tunes that ran things in ’69….

Various Artists - 16 Dynamic Reggae Hits (Pama 1972) 24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip  Vinyl & HR

Posted by son-of-albion at June 24, 2011
Various Artists - 16 Dynamic Reggae Hits (Pama 1972) 24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip

Various Artists - 16 Dynamic Reggae Hits (1972)
Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 627Mb
Rapidshare, Hotfile | Early Reggae, Skinhead Reggae, Rocksteady | 1972 UK LP | Pama PMP 2015

Early skinheads were very interested in Jamaican rude boy styles and culture, especially the music: ska, rocksteady, and early reggae. The link between skinheads and Jamaican music led to the development of the skinhead reggae genre, performed by artists such as: Desmond Dekker, Derrick Morgan, Laurel Aitken, Symarip and The Pioneers.

VA - Latest And Greatest Reggae Party (2016)  Music

Posted by El Misha at Nov. 30, 2016
VA - Latest And Greatest Reggae Party (2016)

VA - Latest And Greatest Reggae Party (2016)
Reggae | MP3 VBR0 | 03:42:09 | 376 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: USM Media | #USMMTCD064 | Tracks: 60 | Rls.date: 2016

Reggae is a wonderful sound and groove guaranteed to make you feel good. Latest & Greatest Reggae Party brings you the newest and greatest sun-drenched reggae hits to heat up your party Caribbean style! We have selected the biggest reggae stars of the genre on one amazing collection for the very first time.

VA - Greatest Ever! Reggae (3CD Box set) 2015  Music

Posted by toma80 at March 28, 2016
VA - Greatest Ever! Reggae (3CD Box set) 2015

VA - Greatest Ever! Reggae (3CD Box set) 2015
MP3 320 CBR kbps | Tracks: 60 | 03:37:03 | 517 Mb
Genre: Reggae | Label: Greatest Ever

What better way to soundtrack your summer than with this storming collection of classic reggae cuts from the 1960s to the 1990s? Featuring 60 of the very best reggae hits and much-loved tracks, many of which were recorded for the iconic Island and Trojan Record labels, this album is the perfect thing to get the party started, be it an afternoon barbecue or an evening soiree. Featuring the biggest reggae stars, this album boasts songs by Dawn Penn, Althea & Donna, Desmond Dekker, Maxi Priest, Jimmy Cliff and many more. Enjoy!

Reggae Gold 2013 (iTunes Version) 2013  

Posted by toma80 at July 24, 2013
Reggae Gold 2013 (iTunes Version) 2013

Reggae Gold 2013 (iTunes Version) 2013
M4A 256 kbps | Tracks: 16+11 | 00:40:16 | 196.8 Mb
Genre: Reggae, DanceHall

It s time to go for the gold! With Reggae Gold 2013. Reggae Gold is the ultimate reggae music compilation with the big hits and crucial crossover tracks from the past 12 months. Plus a bonus disc of 10 classic reggae hits from the past.
The Reggae Gold series presents the hottest reggae artists and trends of the past year. Reggae Gold is the cornerstone of Reggae music sales in the US mainstream and urban market for the reggae genre for 18 years and counting. Summertime means reggae music sales and Reggae Gold is leading the pack with hot songs and great value.

V.A. - Reggae grooves (2000)  

Posted by Speedyclick at Dec. 21, 2011
V.A. - Reggae grooves (2000)

V.A. - Reggae grooves (2000)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image & cue & log) & mp3 @ 320 kbps | tracks: 16 | Scans | 1:04:49 | ~ 383 Mb & 157 Mb
Label: HEY Preso | 5% recovery record | Genre: Reggae, world

Nice collection of reggae hits with contemporary Jamaican artists and groups. Among the 16 tracks of the CD you will find happy reggae renditions of known timeless hits like "Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps" with Audrey Scott and "Puppet on a string" with Tony Tuff. Enjoy happy Jamaican rhythms.

V.A. - Reggae Classics (1994)  Music

Posted by Speedyclick at Feb. 6, 2011
V.A. - Reggae Classics (1994)

V.A. - Reggae Classics (1994)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image & cue & log) | tracks: 14 | ~ 266 Mb | 46:28 | Scans
Label: BIEM Stemra | Genre: Reggae

A nice collection of 14 reggae hits. Travel back in time with some great names from the Jamaican music scene.

Jimmy London - A Little Love (Reggae)  Music

Posted by kushunpeng at May 10, 2006
Jimmy London - A Little Love (Reggae)

Genre Reggae|Mp3@192 Kbits|.Rar with Recovery Record|Total 69.29 MB

"Jamaican reggae singer Jimmy London is back on the reggae map due to the fact that his early 70s number one hit "A Litle Love" was selected signature tune for "Transport For London" ads in 2003. Born Trevor Shaw on November 30, 1949 in St. Catherine, Jamaica, Jimmy London began his singing career in the late 60s with a group called The Inspirations,
which included vocalist Billy Dice. After a few hit records for producer Joe Gibbs including "Take Back Your Duck", "La La" and "The Train Is Coming" the group disbanded and each member pursued solo careers. It was as a solist that Jimmy London achieved international renown in the early 70s with the Impact All Stars at Randy's studios.

Actually Jimmy London was the first reggae artist to record in Randy's renowned studio, then located at 17 North Parade, Kingston, Jamaica. His Clive Chin produced version of Simon And Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water" topped the Jamaican chart and was equally successful in the UK reggae charts.
This was swiftly followed by "A Little Love". Both songs were featured on Jimmy's debut best-selling album "Bridge Over Troubled Waters", originally released on the Impact! record label in 1972. Now producer Clive Chin has hooked up with VP Records to compile this truly great collection of titles from the balladeer. "A Little Love" features Jimmy London’s clear, cool tenor on seventeen choice titles, many of them big reggae hits in their day, including decent adaptations of Simon & Garfunkel’s classic "Bridge Over Troubled Waters", The Temptations' "Just My Imagination", The Supremes' "Come See About Me", Everly Brothers' "Till I Kissed You" and Lou Rawls' "Love Is A Hurting Thing" as well as the beautiful "Since I’ve Been Away" and of course his version of Rotha Rotter’s "A Little Love". The backing provided by Impact All Stars, Generation Gap, Now Generation, Soul Syndicate and Skin, Flesh & Bones is great and the sound quality first-rate. We're pretty sure that the mature reggae fan will love this entertaining album to the max!"
Loopmasters Mad Professor Reel To Reel Reggae MULTiFORMAT DVDR (Repost)

Loopmasters Mad Professor Reel To Reel Reggae MULTiFORMAT DVDR (Repost) | 666 MB
Incl AiFF/Apple Loops

A disciple of Lee Scratch Perry, Mad Professor was one of the leading producers in dub reggae's second generation. His Dub Me Crazy albums helped Dub make the transition into the digital age, when electronic productions started to take over mainstream reggae in the 80's. His space-age tracks not only made use of new digital technology, but often expanded dub's sonic blueprint, adding more elements and layers of sound than his forebearers typically did. As his reputation grew, he became a remixer of choice for adventurous rock and techno acts, most notably revamping Massive Attack's entire second album under the new title No Protection.

VA - Total Reggae Greensleeves 40th (1977-2017) (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at May 19, 2017
VA - Total Reggae Greensleeves 40th (1977-2017) (2017)

VA - Total Reggae Greensleeves 40th (1977-2017) (2017)
Reggae, Dub | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 02:31:32 | 343 MB
Label: Greensleeves Records | Release Year: 2017

Originally a record store specializing in reggae, Greensleeves Records was one of the most prestigious record companies in the independent music industry in London, and a music publisher for artists and producers of Jamaican music in Europe. For the 40th anniversary of the "Total Reggae" series, a representative selection of high-quality recordings of classics, hits and rarities was compiled in chronological order. The range ranges from the finest UK reggae of the founding years, Jamaican Roots, Dub and the Deejays of the early Dancehall reggae with the heavy-weight sounds of the Roots Radics, about the end of the 70s to early 80s, over the pioneering development of the digital reggae In 1985, with ever-growing genre boundaries and the most commercially successful phase of the 90s and Nuller years, with the subgenres Hardcore Ragga, Dancehall / Bashment and Modern Roots.