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#themusicologist [#0819] Dennis Brown and Gregory Isaacs – Ready we Ready

Pluto Meets Jupiter #5

FIRST cut of 2019. HEAVYWEIGHT late 1990’s dancehall cut from two of the GREAT Reggae artists, Gregory (the MIGHTY Cool Ruler) Isaacs and Dennis (the Crown Prince) Brown. Released on Anthony ‘Barry U’ Barret’s top ranking, (New York based), Super Power label

Late 90’s Super Power Digital Dancehall

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#themusicologist [#0818] Marion Gaines Singers – Grandmas Hands

Pluto meets Jupiter #4

TOP RANKING version of the majestic Bill Withers tune.

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#themusicologist [#0817] Mulatu Astatke +the Heliocentrics – An EPIC Story

Pluto meets Jupiter #3

HEAVYWEIGHT Slice from the the FATHER of Ethiopian Jazz, backed to the the hilt by the TOP RANKING Heliocentrics

 

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#themusicologist [#0816] Dennis Brown – Tribulation

Pluto meets Jupiter #2

Sliding out of the Cool Ruler and into one from the Crown Prince..

“There is one thing stronger than all the armies in the world, and that is an idea whose time has come.” – Victor Hugo
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#themusicologist [#0815] Gregory Isaacs – No one is to blame

Pluto meets Jupiter #1

HEAVYWEIGHT Piece from the ‘Cool Ruler’ as we warm up for the [Mid-November] MAJOR Planetary movements. [Jupiter & Pluto]

If you know you know..if you don’t you don’t.

Suffice to say that the PLUTO is ‘returning to the underworld’ [AFTER 250 YEARS !]

Coinciding with the first time my ancestors trod the streets, alleys, roads, hills and gully’s of our home town LONDON due to the FIRST ‘Industrial Revolution’ c1760

250 Years…..an ‘AGE’

 

 

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#themusicologist [#0814] Brian Eno – An Ending [Ascent]

aSongForConZu

30/08/1995 – 24/09/2014

Rest in peace ConZu…until we meet again Dad xx

 

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#themusicologist [#813] Trois Morceaux aprés des hymnes byzantins I – Vassilis Tsabropoulos and Anja Lechner

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“To fear death, gentlemen, is no other than to think oneself wise when one is not, to think one knows what one does not know. No one knows whether death may not be the greatest of all blessings for a wo/man, yet men fear it as if they knew that it is the greatest of evils.” – Socrates