REGGAE FEVER / Ken Boothe Special / 22.03.23
The living legend and one of the most authentic Jamaican voices ever is celebrating his 75th birthday today. We dedicate this episode to his magnificent career highlighting both 70s classics as well as 80s digital era & 00s comeback tunes. There are also a few interview excerpts about his growing up in a ghetto and connections between soul, blues and reggae with colonial slavery in order to understand what makes his singing and music unique as it is.
Happy birthday to the legend from Reggae Fever Serbia crew!
- 01. Soul Revivers ft. Ken Boothe – Tell Me Why & Dub (2022)
- 02. Ken Boothe – Is It Because I’m Black (1972) & Hit Pon Hits Dubplate (2022)
- 03. Ken Boothe – Ain’t No Sunshine (1972)
- 04. Ken Boothe – Speakly Softly Love (1974)
- 05. Ken Boothe – Thinking & Dub (1984)
- // Ken Boothe talking ’bout blues, soul, Jamaica, slavery & ghetto (I Never Knew TV, 2016)
- 06. Inna de Yard ft. Ken Boothe – Let the Water Run Dry (2017)
- 07. Ken Boothe – Don’t Cry Baby & Lover Dub (2020)
- 08. Ken Boothe & SouLove Band – When Will It End & Dub (2021)
- 09. Ken Boothe – No No No (1989)
- 10. Ken Boothe – Artibella & Dub (1984)
- 11. Inna de Yard ft. Ken Boothe – Everything I Own (2017)