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  1. Tojasar Reply
    Sound System vocals are always in demand, indispensable for reggae specials, dub step productions, DnB and Hip Hop remixes. Horseman’s fresh and original vocal samples are ready to drag and drop on the fly and bring some sound clash vibes to your mix! Horseman is a notorious old skool toaster from.
  2. Goltiran Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Original Jamaican Sound System Style - 21 R'n'B Scorchers on Discogs/5(5).
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    boygarpcesapipatouskontgetdispcorte.coinfo -. History of sound systems Definition. A sound system is a group of DJs contributing and working together as one, making one kind of particular electronic music. This particular usage of the term is derived from the Jamaican sound system culture which firmly rooted itself in the UK in the 70s, which in turn took the name from extensive use of sound .
  4. Samukora Reply
    Going to move to Reggae sound system, btw. (Unless you come up with a better name) Cheers, #29 , 7 July (UTC) I have moved Jamaican sound system to reggae sound system now. I think it is a better title, considering the spreading of sound systems all over the world, and it disambiguates from sound system (DJ), which covers other genres.
  5. Jujinn Reply
    The sound system is an important part of Jamaican culture and history and because of this it has set itself apart from many cultures. The sound system concept first became popular in the s, in the ghetto areas of Kingston, Jamaica. Disc Jockeys would load up a truck with a generator, turntables, and huge speakers and set up street parties.
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    Listen to Jamaican Sound System Classics, Vol. 3 (Let the Good Times Roll) by Various Artists on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
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    It'll take a while to explain this record to your friends, but what a concept. To be brief, Jamaican sound systems were once hungry for music (hard to imagine since rocksteady and reggae records would soon be issued as fast as newspapers), so the DJs turned to the world of American R&B. Original Jamaican Sound System Style features many of the American tunes Jamaican 6/
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    Song information for Secretly - Jimmie F. Rodgers on AllMusic.
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    Nov 14,  · Tom the Great Sebastian was an early Jamaican sound system started by Tom Wong in , named for a trapeze performer in Barnum and Bailey's circus. The group has been called "the all-time giant of sound systems" and helped launch several notable artists. Count Matchuki is generally credited as Tom's first deejay, before he joined Coxsone Dodd, and .