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Reggae In The Fields
Saturday February 4th, 2023 with Junior Smith
Black History Month Black Poetry 1

Black History Month Black Poetry 1 Reggae in the Fields ( Canada's longest running Reggae program on CKCU FM 93.1. 3:00-5:30 pm Eastern. Since 1976. Listen to the podcast by 6:00 pm
The Good Word
Rev. Jacob Afolabi - Spoken Word
One of these Days
Glen Washington - single
Never lost my way
Ginjah - single
Ghetto Sory
Baby Cham - single
I'm not afraid
Etana - single
You are me
Alaine - single
Righteous Youths
Richie Spice - single
House of Exile
Lucky Dude - single
Jah Bouks - single
Chezidek - single
Here Comes trouble
Chronixx - single
Modern Dy Judas
Jesse Royal - single
Tahrir Square
Alaine - single
Foot Prints
T.O.K - single
Jah is so good
Alaine - single
Remember me
Lucky Dube - single
I shall Sing
Marcia Griffiths - single
All my Life
Marcia Griffiths - single
Hard Living
Wailing Souls - single
Most I
Chronixx - single
All me how come
Morgan Heritage - single
Rasta For I
Duane Stephenson - single
Only Jah Love
Fantan Mojah - single
Good Father
Vybz Kael - single
The realest Song
Konshens - single
To the Lord
Duane Stephenson - single
Rise up
Cecile - single
Poor People
Vybz Kartel - single
Fly Away
Ikaya - single
Wicked Heart
Jah Vinci - The Message Riddim
Sophia Squire - The Message Riddim
Da Professor - The Message Riddim
Take COntrol
Protoge - The Message Riddim
Brave ones
Kymani Marley - The Message Riddim
True Friends
Demarco - single
Ine Circle - single
Gentleman - single
No Capitalist
Kabaka Pyramid - single
Watch Me
Christopher Martin - single
Guilty Conscience
Ginjah - single
Use to Hungry
Vershon - single
Can't get we out
Morgan Heritage - single
Protect the people
Tarrus Riley - single
Ain't no giving in
Chronixx - single
What about the poor
I Octane - single
Buju Banton, Garnet Silk - single
The Final Word
Hyacinth Mason - Spoken Word
Interactive CKCU
In the Gatineau Hills in winter...the only tree with past summer leaves still on all winter is the Black Oak....the leaves turn a beautiful brown and resist all nature's force to knock them down... only next generation succeeds in replacing them... I see them every day on my ambles. Hope can be a symbol... Peace!

4:08 PM, February 4th, 2023