Monday, December 14, 2009


Here is the second installment of a series I meant to call Rasta Mon-Days. The torch (or whatever) is passed from Peter Tosh to another all-time Jamaican great. This man was a huge star by the young age of 14 and released one of my favorite reggae albums, (that includes today's song) Robin Hood, at 16. His trademark voice and singing style make him one of the most loved singers in Jamaican History. He is one of the hardest workers in the industry and is still touring heavily. In fact I saw him at the Alrosa Villa in November of 2007. That is the same Heavy Metal club in Columbus, Ohio that Pantera Guitarist, Dimebag Darrell was killed at, but one day a month the best vinyl shop, Roots Records, puts on the biggest baddest reggae show. I went to 3 and they were all amazing.

Here is proof...

Without further ado, your Rastamonday jam for today...

Song #12/RM #2: Barrington Levy - When Friday Comes


  1. what a great show that was......magic voice healing jamaican tea, gold be-dazzled nike's, and almost getting kicked out while standing 2 feet away from a reggae legend....MURDERAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAh AH AHHHHHHHHHH!

  2. DJ Faggot Hands? Really? I mean...