Welcome to the latest mixtape installment in which I highlight some of my favorite voices online and beyond. Today we catch up with my old friend John as he drops some choice highlights from his days spent in Kingston. Put this one on now or save it for your next epic chill.

Grab it after the jump…..

Download: Bomboclat! Island Soak :: A Reggae/Dub Mixtape (Zipped folder 109 MB)

Big Youth :: Some Like It Dread
I-Roy :: Musical Pleasure
Hopeton Lewis :: Sound and Pressure
B.B. Seaton :: Summertime
The Heptones & Lee Perry :: Why Must I
Sly & Robbie :: Asian Roots Dub
King Iwah :: Give Me Power (Version 2)
Lloydie & The Lowbites :: Birth Control
Soul Directions :: Su, Su, Su
Max Romeo :: Sexy Natty
Burning Spear :: She’s Mine
Lee Perry :: Nuh fe run down
Bim Sherman :: Lightening & Thunder 12″
Wailing Souls :: Divided and Rule
Count Sticky & The Upsetters :: Dry Acid
Jackie Mittoo :: Stereo Freeze
Dennis Brown :: Whip Them Jah Jah
Dr. Alimantado :: I Killed The Barber
Lee Perry :: Soul Fire
The Flaming Arrows :: Weary Head
Black Uhuru :: Sorry for the Man
The Congos :: Feast Of The Passover
Ranking Joe :: Slave Driver
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25 Responses to “Bomboclat! Island Soak :: A Reggae/Dub Mixtape”

  1. realy cant say enough good things about this site . . you’re like the older brother i never had . . thanks for the mix

  2. this is freaking SWEET.

    great pic, too!!

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  4. Just what I needed. I’m still diggin the Trojan CDs I scored from you a few years ago. Thanks.

  5. sick mix brah

  6. Damn! Can’t even spell bumbaclot right.

  7. After working 26 hours over the past two days this mixtape is a godsend. Yet another reason why worship at this site…

  8. Schweet. Thanks so much. Bouncing along in my office chair….

  9. @Fulltext – talked to John. He was right.

    1. bomboclat:
    A Jamaican expression meant to convey shock or surprise
    “I won $50,000 in the lotto!”
    “BOMBOCLAT!”

    2. bumbaclot
    A cloth or rag used to wipe ones anal region. However, most Jamaicans
    use it as a substitute for the word f*ck to express anger or surprise.
    Bumbaclot! Dem tek mi rolex and mi new links!!

  10. yesssssssssss.

  11. wow – amazing mixtape. thanks so much for putting this together.

  12. Count me among the readers who love this one!

  13. […] Island Soak :: A Reggae/Dub Mixtape”. realy cant say enough good things about this site . . you’re like the older brother i never had . . thanks for the mix. 1 | Johnson October 14th, 2010 at 10:30 am. this is freaking SWEET […] […]

  14. i love it and i have yet to listen

  15. cool photos of old friend John

  16. well done very well done.

  17. Fabulous mix, and great songs! Thanks so much.

  18. Great mix- takes me back to my youth. However you forgot this picture. Ha! http://www.tumblr.com/photo/1280/1271286122/1/tumblr_l9zqghIq591qdbipk

  19. […] promised, here is the follow-up to last year’s Bomboclat! Island Soak :: A Reggae/Dub Mixtape. Compiled, once again, by our old friend John, this companion set is comprised of 24 choice vintage […]

  20. As always, thank you for the scintillating sounds. Opening not just my eyes but my ears as well to a world of wonderful music.

  21. I’m a bit new to the tumblr & late to leave a comment, but I have been loving this mixtape & just wanted to express my appreciation. and also I wanted to track down the first installment. much appreciated yo

  22. […] If you’re feeling irie after reading that, both Bomboclat! Island Soak :: A Reggae/Dub Mixtape and Bomboclat! Island Soak 2 :: A Rocksteady Mixtape are still […]

  23. […] series. You can still find the first volume, 2010′s Bomboclat! Island Soak (dub/reggae), here, and last summer’s Bomboclat! Island Soak 2 (rocksteady), here. Download and tracklisting […]

  24. Such great mix series. why do people hate on reggae

  25. Any hopes of seeing these come up again? Really dug the third installment, but numbers one and two seem to be down…

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