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Matte Kudasai by King Crimson; outro, Episode 20 (June 23, 2006). 2006 for life.


King Crimson - Matte Kudasai Live TV Appearance by zaaf1

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Jonathan introduced me to Arthur Russell. At the end of the day, that alone would be enough for me to have made all my hours spent with the podcast worth it. I think this song is what made me love Jah, good and proper. (Seth, I knew I loved you before I met you.)

Mr. Steal Your Girl

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Old Man In Nursing Home Reacts To Hearing Music From His Era

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Bryan Ferry: When She Walks in the Room

Episode 21- Outro

You can always submit your favorite UYD music: intros/outros, shit they mention or sing, or like even this one time, I heard Jah make like three noises from Dizzy Gillespie’s “Salt Peanuts.” Shit man, that’s a fresh song. I’ll play it. I mean, if I hate yours, it might just get lost in the queue… KIDDING! (I think.) -Sethro

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So after reading my post-modern magnum opus of a write-up on everyone’s favorite convict J-Riche$, we here at UYD for Life received a lovely message from lifer fuckyeahpattyc about his own JLR experience:

I saw your Jonathan Lee Riches post and it reminded me that I used a sample from that very same, first-ever JLR segment in a track I made. I use this as an opener at my shows. Not the only UYD sample that will be cropping up in my tunes

Click here —> Bandaid by Animalweapon

ROCK THE FUCK ON DUDE and please make more songs with Seth and Jah clips in them, ‘cause Lawd knows the world needs ‘em. 

Anyone else have any SethJah remixes? Send them in! I know there’s a whole archive of Jonathan singing a capella just begging to be set to some fresh beats over at the UYD website. 

-cs

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Jonathan introduced me to Arthur Russell. At the end of the day, that alone would be enough for me to have made all my hours spent with the podcast worth it. I think this song is what made me love Jah, good and proper. (Seth, I knew I loved you before I met you.)

Mr. Steal Your Girl

When I told my husband that, he didn’t get mad. He just reminded me about, ahem, Jah’s blind spot, shall we say, when it comes to some of the less worthy of the rastaman vibrations? I think he called it “shitty reggae,” but let’s not split hairs.

UYD Reggae

(Please, Rastaman, I have no disrespect. I’m just speaking truth to [black] power. Isn’t that what I’m supposed to do?)

Bur really, listen. So good. Source: uhhyeahdude.com