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Reggae In The Fields
Saturday August 10th, 2013 with Junior Smith
Jamaica celebrates 51st anniversaryy of independence

The Good Word
Rev. Jacob Afolabi - Spoken Word
Celebration of Jamaica's independence 51.
Independence (festival) music from 1966 to 2012
BAM BAM Festival 1966
THE MAYTALS - single
Ba ba boom festival 1967
The Jamaicans with Tommy McCook and the supersonics - single
Intensified Festiva 1968
Desmond Dekker - single
Sweet and dandy festival 1969
Toots and the Maytals - single
Miss Lou - single
Boom Shaka Laka (festival1970)
Hopeton Lewis - single
Cherry Oh Baby festival 1971
Eric Donaldson - single
Pomps And Pride 1972
Toots And The Maytals - single
Jump in the line festival time festival 1973
Morvin Brooks - single
play de music festival 1974
tinga stewart - single
Hooray Festival festival 1975
Roman Stewart - single
DANCE DIS A FESTIVAL festival 1976
Sweet Jamaica festival 1977
Eric Donaldson - single
Land of My Birth~ festival 1978
Eric Donaldson - single
Born Jamaican festival 1979.
The Astronauts - single
Come sing with me festival 1980
Nuh Wey Nuh Betta Dan Yard festival 1981
Tinga Stewart - single
Noh Lickle Twang ~ Dry Foot Bwoy
Miss Lou - single
Mek Wi Jam festival 1982.
The Astronauts - single
Jamaica I'll Never Leave You Again festival 1983
Ras Karbi - single
PROUD TO BE JAMAICAN festival 1984
High Commissioner's independence message
Her Excellency Sheila Sealey Monteith - Spoken Word
Love Fever festival 1985
Roy Rayon - single
Dem A Fe Squirm festival 1986
Stanley The Turbines - single
Give Thanks and Praise festival 1987
\Roy Rayon - single
Stop and Go festival 1989
Michael Forbes - single
Island Festival festival 1990
Robbie Forbes - single
Come Rock festival 1991
Roy Rayon - single
Mek Wi Put Things Right festival 1992
Heather Grant - single
Dem A Pollute festival 1994
Stanley The Astronauts - single
Join De Line festival 1995
Eric Donaldson - single
Meek We Go Spree festival 1996
Zac Henry Donald White - single
singing Peace and Love festival 1997
Eric Donaldson - single
Jamaica Whoa festival 1998
Neville Martin - single
Remember the Days festival 2006
Omar Reid - single
Rise and Shine Festival 2008
Roy Rayons - single
Tek Back Jamaica festival 2009
Winston Hussey - single
My Jamaica (jcdc festival song 2010
Kharuso - single
Oh if We festival 2011
Everton Presso - single
eal Born Jamaican festival 2012
Abbygaye Dallas - single
//5:00 pm - //
Final Word
Hyacinth Mason - Spoken Word
'When trouble tek man, pickney boot fit him!'
Miss Lou - single
Born Jamaican
The Astronauts - single
Sweet Jamaica
Tony Rebel - single
Smile Jamaica
Chronixx - single
On A Mission
Various Artistes - single
'Find The Flag' (In Your Heart)
written by Mikey Bennett - single
5:18 ADS - //
Jamaican National Pledge
Unknown group (children) - single
Jamaican National Anthem
Richie Stephens - single
singing Peace and Love
Eric Donaldson - single
Interactive CKCU
can you give a shout out to rickyjames from the ras bro's in CC, hes listenin from california blaaat blaaaat

5:08 PM, August 10th, 2013
Shelley Ann Morris
Hi Junior, Happy birthday Jamaica and congrats on being "36 years in your ears" to you! Love the show as always and love your singing along to the tunes! Who would know that we could listen to the show on line --I used to listen to Reggae in the fields on a portable radio while doing homework. Here's to many, many more years ahead for Jamaica and Reggae in the Fields.

5:17 PM, August 10th, 2013
thanks junior awesome show and thanks for the shoutout

5:26 PM, August 10th, 2013
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