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Part one of a two part series as we look back at the top Jam releases of 2019.
Oh yeah! It's that time of year.  My picks for best reggae records of 2019, and this is only part 1.  Come back next week for part 2 baby!
Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, Galactic, Big Ol’ Dirty Bucket and Joe Marcinek bring the funk and jazz to this week’s episode, while Ronnie Penque, Leftover Salmon, Slightly Stoopid and Cousin Fungus keep us in the margins of classic jam sounds.
New music from Ghost Town Blues Band plus some new bands for this host—Joe Marcinek Band and Leftover Salmon. Plus, two of my favorites—Broken Social Scene and Vetiver.
Jam Bands in the purest form. Playing the classics all episode with SCI, moe., Slightly Stoopid, Blues Traveler, Widespread Panic and more.
New New New stuff from Stick Figure to start and end today's Reggae Hour, plus a stick themed block right in the middle.  Enjoy!
Keyboards, trad, reggae and live. Ep. 14 has new music from SPAGA, decker., and Midnight Rider + more.
Damn Rototom Sunsplash looks awesome!  It's happening right now in Spain and I'm stuck in New York.  This show is dedicated to the artists killing it there right now!
Fresh collabs from CATS w/ Joe Russo and Fluid Foundation w/ SS. It’s a Slightly Stoopid inspired setlist.
A wide range of first-taste Widespread Panic to brand new sounds from the Republic of Congo.
New Lee "Scratch" Perry tunes plus other insane reggae from some other mad artists.
Cruisin' into the summer with Daemon Chili, Surprise Me Mr. Davis, Upstate, Jatoba and more!
A look at the annual Santa Cruz Mountain Sol Festival featuring Bob Weir and Wolf Bros, Turkuaz, Achilles Wheel, and more.
Interviews with Miles Doughty of Slightly Stoopid and Brett Wilson of Roots of Creation, ahead of their performances at the first BeachLife Festival in Los Angeles.
Pre St. Patricks day fun with some green themed tracks and some Cali Roots styled reggae from Stick Figure.
A 50/50 show with some awesome two toned ska and rocksteady from Napoleon Solo & DELA & The Aggrolites.

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