Dub Gone Jazzy

w/ Mizizi
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Strictly deep & dubby reggae jazz tunes and instrumentals selected by Mizizi, hailing from Novi Sad, Serbia.
Exploring strong connections between Jamaican styles and Afro-American jazz, these sessions bring warm sound for your listening enjoyment, relaxation and daily dose of bass vibration.
Showcasing not only vintage rocksteady, ska & early reggae scorchers by Studio One, Cedric Brooks, Tommy McCook, Ernest Ranglin and many other Jamaican jazz legends but this show keeps it relevant with the latest compositions of Nat Birchall, Alvin Davis, Alien Dread, Hornsman Coyote, King Cooper, Soothsayers and other young reggae jazz instrumental artists including many fresh, exclusives, rare and underground tunes. 
The show is dedicated to the true, beautiful and powerful essence of African music and it’s modern derivatives which continue modifying its shapes and influencing modern-day both popular and underground music. 
Restless Mashaits - Selassie I Steps (feat. Ras Brass)
Vin Gordon meets Fazal Prendergast - Jungle's March
The 18th Parallel meets Horns of Guiding Star Orchestra - Meeting Inna Wonderland
Don Smarter - Jah Live (Horns Version)
Twilight Circus - Lion's Horns ft. Dean Fraser & Vin Gordon
Wrongtom meets The Rockers - Dub In The Supermarket
Stally & the Breadwinners - Hail & Dub (Sax Version)
Noel Ellis - Reggae Music ft. Jah Horns (Sax Dubplate)
Soothsayers - Flying East & Dub (Victor Rice)
Centry - Falken Dub
Don Fe - Horns Song
The Massive Horns - Yard Song
Mad Professor - Runaway Slave
Jah Shaka - Revelation 18
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