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Posted by Ras Danny 
Mellow Mood Thursdays <> PDX <> Nov 7 thru Dec 12 <>
October 09, 2013 03:56PM


Mellow Mood Pipe, Higher Reasoning Reggae Time
& Emet Events, with Mike Thrasher Presents, ANNOUNCE:


Mellow Mood Thursdays! a LIVE, low cost reggae/world music series
November 21, December 5 & 12
all nights are $5-10 sliding scale (at the door, no advance ticket sales) and 21+ only.
(except Dec 5 / price is a firm $13 for internationally renowned Clinton Fearon!)

at Hawthorne Theatre Lounge, corner of 39th & SE Hawthorne.
All shows start 8 PM / 503.233.7100 / for further press inquiries:
Ras Danny: jahdanny@gmail.com / Lindsay Love: empresslove13@yahoo.com

* KBOO Community Radio 90.7 FM Portland, Oregon, is a media partner.

Nov 21 ~ Jaskamon + Instigatah + Old Growth Souljourner
Dec 05 ~ Clinton Fearon + Roots Train Sound
Dec 12 ~ Sol Seed + DJ Matt Haze

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Jaskamon is:
Barry Klusman is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist who brings a tested formula of pop-island tunes to the Jaskamon project as well as an unusual left handed upside down guitar style (a la Albert King, Otis Rush)... his vocals are harmonic and he has honed his skills in acts Country Water, Spyn, Dallas Lovefield, and the Eclectic Coconuts... his personal music site is www.barryklusman.com

Singer/ percussionist/ recording artist Randy Foote has been an important and consistent figure on the West Coast music scene for decades. He has a loyal fan base that fondly remembers his performances with the Hudson Brothers, his videos on MTV, and his hits with the pop 80's band, ComboNation... they eagerly hit the dance floor when he brings his reggae rhythms to the local clubs! His newest project, Jaskamon, is catching the attention of reggae enthusiasts all around the Portland area. His website is www.randyfoote.com

Marv Bauer has been a promoter of many events and a pro drummer for the past 24 years -- 17 of which were in Portland, Oregon. He has created community events that still stand and are going strong: Unity in the Streets, Oxfest and Recovery Rockfest, to name a few. Marv has been playing all styles of music throughout Portland with various projects. He has toured for some years and is very passionate about World Music and loves the Island music vibe.

Louis Butts started out singing tenor, baritone and bass in Junior High. He soon discovered bass guitar and spent the next 7 years playing Reggae, Jazz, Blues, Irish Folk, Salsa, Country, Rock, R-n-B, Cajun, Texmex -- all on bass & singing. His resumé includes Little Women, Native Suns, Callaloo, Napboule, Shamir, Shambala, Susuma, Sons Of Soil, Keep Portland Green, Roots Renewal System, Skankin' Yankees and now JASKAMON!!!
[www.facebook.com]

Old Growth SoulJourner, Conscious HipHop Roots Reggae, Kung fu dreadlock, water dragon cauldron!
Mixing up the full flavor authentic seasoning. Book Of Matches the album will be arriving Early November!! Step into the Tao! [www.facebook.com]

Hillary ‘Instigatah’ Bryan was raised in the combination of The Marshall Islands, Memphis and Chicago. Currently she is an active dub poet, dj, producer, & sound engineer living on the west coast. At the age of 5years old Hillary began her training in classical piano, acoustic guitar, choir; as well as classical ballet, jazz, modern dance and fine arts (drawing/painting/sculpting). She began working within activism with groups such as Student Environmental Action Coalition (S.E.A.C.) and Green Peace as early as thirteen years of age.

In Chicago at the age of 16, she began working with various production/promotion companies on live shows, and at 17, started working with Southport Records & Sparrow Sound Design; the second oldest-still producing jazz label in Chicago and an affiliate recording studio. She conducted engineering and record production for Sparrow Sound Design 99'-05'. She worked for Southport Records for 11 years before relocating to San Francisco and then to Portland, Oregon. Her debut performance was during the first Conjugate Project event (Chicago) on Hubbard, followed by guest spots at The Double Door (legendary Chicago venue) & Sub T. When she was just 17, she opened her own PR firm and marketing agency with the desire to promote artists and support the vast talent available in Chicago. Hillary is currently located in Portland, Oregon having just released her debut album “Soul Soundz - Dub Poetry” an urban mediation CD released on the Chicago indie label: Southport Records. [www.facebook.com]

~~~~~~~
Like many reggae musicians who came of age in the late 1960s and early '70s, Clinton Fearon was a country boy who migrated to Kingston as a teenager in order to seek his musical fortune among the proliferating studios and sound systems of the big city. He was born in St. Andrew in 1951 and moved around the countryside with his father and stepmother before relocating to Kingston in 1967; he immediately organized a singing group with some friends, but it never amounted to anything and broke up before it could record. It was around 1970, when he joined Albert Griffiths and Errol Grandison to form the Gladiators, that he hit his stride as a musician and began what would be the most significant and commercially successful association of his career. Grandison quit the group fairly early in its career and was replaced by Gallimore Sutherland and with this lineup, the Gladiators became mainstays at the famous Studio One, where they recorded highly religious songs of their own as well as backing up such top-ranked artists as Stranger Cole and Burning Spear. Around 1974, the group began working with the infamous Lee "Scratch" Perry at his Black Ark studio, where again they recorded on their own as well as backing up other artists, notably the enigmatic singer Vivian "Yabby U" Jackson. Fearon, who by this time was an accomplished bass player as well as a gifted singer and songwriter, was put to especially heavy use in the studio, recording numerous bass lines for other artists and rarely getting any credit, or even regular payment for his services. His bass is the one heard on Perry's strange and wonderful "Roast Fish and Cornbread," as well as many other Black Ark recordings for which the session notes are long gone. In the late '80s he emigrated to the United States, settling in Seattle, where he organized the relatively short-lived Defenders band. The group recorded one EP before breaking up. In 1993, he formed his current ensemble, the Boogie Brown Band, which has recorded four albums: Disturb the Devil, Mystic Whisper, What a System, and Soon Come. Clinton has also recently released a couple acoustic, solo albums to much acclaim. For Dec 5 Bassie will be performing his solo, acoustic set. [www.clintonfearon.com]

Sprouted in the fertile ground of Portland, Oregon in 2008, ROOTS TRAIN SOUNDS was brought forward originally by Elijah Roots (Fari) in a podcast format for a couple of years entertaining people across the world with the latest new roots riddims and especially 70s/80s OLD SCHOOL ROOTS sounds from Jamaica. The podcast lasted for 3 years; building an international audience by spreading reggae consciousness to the people. During this time Roots Train Sounds has done several guest DJ appearances at Portland's KBOO community radio, regional festivals and shows. These days Roots Train Sounds serves the community by promoting touring artists and bands; doing promotion and supporting them by playing the music which is the foundation of the roots reggae genre.
[www.facebook.com]

~~~~~~~
Sol Seed brings a distinct sound combining the best elements of Reggae, Rock, Hip Hop and Psychedelic Jam to form a positive musical fusion that is uniquely their own. With conscious, thought-provoking lyrics, infectious reggae-laden grooves and high-energy, impressive live performances, Sol Seed creates an unforgettable live-music experience for people of all ages to enjoy.

Since transplanting to Eugene from Southern Oregon just over two years ago, Sol Seed has swiftly gained powerful momentum in the NorthWest music scene, creating a diverse and loyal fan base all over Washington, Oregon and California. They were awarded Eugene WOW Hall Awards "Best New Act" 2011 and "Favorite Local Band" 2012, in addition to "Eugene's Best Band 2012-2013" by Eugene Weekly readers. Dominating the NW summer festival circuit including Oregon Country Fair, North West World Reggae Festival and Jefferson State Hemp Expo, Sol Seed has also shared the stage with national acts such as Ziggy Marley, Slightly Stoopid, The Expendables, Pacific Dub, Nappy Roots, Heavyweight Dub Champion and many more.
After a number of small EP releases, the group released their first full-length album "Grown Deep" in September 2012, which immediately gained air-time on a number of radio stations all over the West Coast as well as the Hawaiian islands.

This Oregon based band got their start in early 2010 when songwriters Michael Lennon and Michael Sorensen joined hands with fellow friend and musician Benny Pezzano through a Southern Oregon open mic. An undeniable synergy was all but tangible as their creative forces coalesced, and they immediately began to grow a diverse collection of original music. They soon joined with Native American Award winning guitarist, Kenny Sequoia Lewis, and in October 2010, transplanted to Eugene to pursue life and music, where soon after they linked up with MC, Didgeridoo player and percussionist Sky Guasco, and finally Saxophone player Graeme Pletscher in late 2011. With 6 members, each member boasting very different influences and skill sets, Sol Seeds depth and volume of sound increased exponentially.
With an infectious enthusiasm for life and an unequivocal knack to communicate its beauty, the group shares their message of perspectivism and unconditional love through uplifting music rooted in the soul. Sol Seed has certainly dug their roots. Coming to a city near you! [www.solseedmusic.com]

Matt Haze is a riddle wrapped in an enigma, covered in stylish facial hair. One of the most forward-thinking and current DJs in the SF scene, Haze is a treasure trove of musical versatility. Rubbing today’s flavors with a marinade of cutting edge beats and old school vibes, Haze is difficult to classify, but impossible to resist. He is best known for his work with SF’s Slayers Club collective, dropping his crazily eclectic kitchen sink sets wherever the spirit carries him and the bassbins follow. [www.djmatthaze.com]

~~~~~~~~

Promotional materials provided by our generous local area sponsor:
MELLOW MOOD PIPE
4119 SE Hawthorne
Portland, OR 97214
503-235-7473
www.Mellowmood.com

We supply all sorts of pipes from the low end to the best of the high end, vaporizers, grinders, hookahs and much more. Hit us up for your smoking needs! We can supply all of your smoking needs in a kind, pleasant environment. Keep it Mellow. Keep it mellow with Mellow Mood Pipe.

--
blessid love
ras danny
higher reasoning reggae time
KBOO Portland, Full Strength Community Radio
*Love is a net that catches hearts like fish.*
-Muhammad Ali
*I don't like reggae, I love it*



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 11/19/2013 01:11AM by Ras Danny.
Re: Mellow Mood Fridays <> PDX <> Oct 11 thru Nov 1
October 09, 2013 04:02PM
bless, one and all

this note is going out to many folks. welcome and give thanks for checking this info

we have three (remaining to be booked) Mellow Mood Thursdays, Nov 7th & 14th (21st is booked)(28th, venue is not open) Dec 12th, held at The Hawthorne Theatre Lounge in Portland, OR for a weekly reggae/world music event series the rooms capacity is 120, it is a 21+ full bar situation. the performing artists/bands will receive 80% of the door. door prices will be $10 for most shows

we offer no other amenities, tho the venue may give food and drink tickets

if You can be here we can book You. we will do a promotional campaign for the event. poster, flyer, social media,
official press release to all local media. If Ones are looking for other dates than these listed, we can help You get booked
and assist with on the ground promotional efforts as long as You provide the materials.

we're mostly looking to do live music events but will certainly book sound systems with or without vocalists. any ideas will not be overlooked...

also, while we're more specifically pushing a reggae/world music flow, we want to encourage other genre's to participate...

let's reason about what's possible and please feel free to share this info with others.

contact: Ras Danny: jahdanny@gmail.com / Lindsay: empresslove@yahoo.com

--
blessid love
ras danny
higher reasoning reggae time
KBOO Portland, Full Strength Community Radio
*Love is a net that catches hearts like fish.*
-Muhammad Ali
*I don't like reggae, I love it*



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 10/14/2013 08:10AM by Ras Danny.
Re: Mellow Mood Fridays <> PDX <> Oct 11 thru Nov 1
October 14, 2013 07:59AM
3rd edition in the series:

4th & final edition in the series:


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blessid love
ras danny
higher reasoning reggae time
KBOO Portland, Full Strength Community Radio
*Love is a net that catches hearts like fish.*
-Muhammad Ali
*I don't like reggae, I love it*
Re: Mellow Mood Fridays <> PDX <> Oct 11 thru Nov 1
October 18, 2013 02:56PM
bump!

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blessid love
ras danny
higher reasoning reggae time
KBOO Portland, Full Strength Community Radio
*Love is a net that catches hearts like fish.*
-Muhammad Ali
*I don't like reggae, I love it*



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/18/2013 02:56PM by Ras Danny.
Re: Mellow Mood Thursdays <> PDX <> Nov 7 thru Dec 12 <>
October 27, 2013 07:56PM


1st event for Mellow Mood Thursdays:


--
blessid love
ras danny
higher reasoning reggae time
KBOO Portland, Full Strength Community Radio
*Love is a net that catches hearts like fish.*
-Muhammad Ali
*I don't like reggae, I love it*
Re: Mellow Mood Thursdays <> PDX <> Nov 7 thru Dec 12 <>
October 27, 2013 08:08PM
Mellow Mood Pipe, Higher Reasoning Reggae Time
& Emet Events, with Mike Thrasher Presents, ANNOUNCE:


Mellow Mood Thursdays! a LIVE, low cost reggae/world music weekly.
November 7 through December 12 (venue closed Nov 28)
all nights are $10 (at the door, no advance ticket sales) and 21+ only.
(except Dec 5 / price is $13 for internationally renowned Clinton Fearon!)

at Hawthorne Theatre Lounge, corner of 39th & SE Hawthorne.
All shows start 8 PM / 503.233.7100 / for further press inquiries:
Ras Danny: jahdanny@gmail.com / Lindsay Love: empresslove13@yahoo.com
* KBOO Community Radio 90.7 FM Portland, Oregon, is a media partner.

Nov 07 ~ KRSNA + Blue Flags & Black Grass
Nov 14 ~ Madgesdiq & The Freedom Train + Deena B
Nov 21 ~ Old Growth Souljourner & Babylon Star Destroyer + Instigatah
Dec 05 ~ Clinton Fearon + Roots Train Sound
Dec 12 ~ Sol Seed + DJ Matt Haze

~~~~~~~
Reggae grooves infused with jazz, rock, soul and funk flavors. Christian KRSNA Czingula sings original vocals in a potent style with intricate, vigorous piano lines and insightful lyrics. The band includes Michael George Gonzalez on guitar and Robby Albrecht on drums. http://www.facebook.com/krsna.band/app_2405167945

The sound of BlueFlags & BlackGrass can be summed up as Modern American Skiffle. It combines JugBand and RagTime of the '20s and '30s with BlueGrass, Viper Jazz and a hint of Irish/Gypsy twang. BFBG was born around the spring of '11 in Portland, Oregon. Depending on the players for the evening, BFBG's sound can be more of the jug/ragtime contingent or on the side of the gypsy-swing/bluegrass flavor....regardless...it's good stuff. www.blueflagsandblackgrass.com ~ www.facebook.com/BlueFlagsnBlackGrass

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Since his debut release The Rebirth, Madgesdiq has continued to evolve as an artist. Each of his albums, which include the self-titled Madgesdiq, I Wanna Be Free, and Rastamerica (his latest and most personal album to date), illustrate the portrait of a man who continues to bring rhyme to his inspiration and inspiration to his rhyme, while at the same time carving his own niche, delivering simple, honest and moving stories that live within and throughout what he fittingly terms “Evolution Music, music that causes one to grow.”

Previously known more for his feathery jump shot than his poetic flows or head of locks, this charismatic figure who once played alongside Dikembe Mutombo and Alonzo Mourning at Georgetown University, starred at the University of Oregon, and played professionally in places such as Brazil and Portugal, has since crossed over and now finds himself in a different arena sharing the stage and/or collaborating with such Hip Hop and Reggae living legends as KRS-ONE, Chuck D and Steel Pulse, saxophone extraordinaire and Grammy Award nominee Mike Phillips, K’naan and the modern day prophetic sounds of Midnite. He has also appeared on “Lyric Cafe”, which aired on BET J and was chosen to be the opening speaker for the National Poetry for Therapy Convention held in Portland Oregon in 2008. Using the stage as his court, the 6’3” Oregon native attacks the microphone with the same assertiveness, versatility, intelligence and instinct that he would use if he were breaking down a would be defender who attempted to stop him from scoring. His flow is naturally smooth, his body language athletically fluid, his energy infectious and his message simple but profound: “Be Free, Do You and Love Life”.

When it comes to truth that shines an undeniable light through eloquent lyricism and ordered steps, you need not look any further than Madgesdiq. In him, you find an engaging personality destined to touch the lives of many, all while staying true to who he is and doing what he loves, inspiring others to do the same. https://www.facebook.com/madgesdiq

Deena B, is the ‘Soundbox’ (Saturdays, 10 pm to midnight) DJ at KBOO Community Radio. Deena has been DJ-ing for 10 years but has only been an international spy for 2. When she's not rocking the party - she watches kitten renditions of "locked in the closet" pts 3 and pt 5. That is all. https://www.facebook.com/deenab1

~~~~~~~
Old Growth SoulJourner, Conscious HipHop Roots Reggae, Kung fu dreadlock, water dragon cauldron!
Mixing up the full flavor authentic seasoning. Book Of Matches the album will be arriving Early November!! Step into the Tao! https://www.facebook.com/oldgrowthsouljourner

Hillary ‘Instigatah’ Bryan was raised in the combination of The Marshall Islands, Memphis and Chicago. Currently she is an active dub poet, dj, producer, & sound engineer living on the west coast. At the age of 5years old Hillary began her training in classical piano, acoustic guitar, choir; as well as classical ballet, jazz, modern dance and fine arts (drawing/painting/sculpting). She began working within activism with groups such as Student Environmental Action Coalition (S.E.A.C.) and Green Peace as early as thirteen years of age.

In Chicago at the age of 16, she began working with various production/promotion companies on live shows, and at 17, started working with Southport Records & Sparrow Sound Design; the second oldest-still producing jazz label in Chicago and an affiliate recording studio. She conducted engineering and record production for Sparrow Sound Design 99'-05'. She worked for Southport Records for 11 years before relocating to San Francisco and then to Portland, Oregon. Her debut performance was during the first Conjugate Project event (Chicago) on Hubbard, followed by guest spots at The Double Door (legendary Chicago venue) & Sub T. When she was just 17, she opened her own PR firm and marketing agency with the desire to promote artists and support the vast talent available in Chicago. Hillary is currently located in Portland, Oregon having just released her debut album “Soul Soundz - Dub Poetry” an urban mediation CD released on the Chicago indie label: Southport Records. https://www.facebook.com/darlinginstigatah

~~~~~~~
Like many reggae musicians who came of age in the late 1960s and early '70s, Clinton Fearon was a country boy who migrated to Kingston as a teenager in order to seek his musical fortune among the proliferating studios and sound systems of the big city. He was born in St. Andrew in 1951 and moved around the countryside with his father and stepmother before relocating to Kingston in 1967; he immediately organized a singing group with some friends, but it never amounted to anything and broke up before it could record. It was around 1970, when he joined Albert Griffiths and Errol Grandison to form the Gladiators, that he hit his stride as a musician and began what would be the most significant and commercially successful association of his career. Grandison quit the group fairly early in its career and was replaced by Gallimore Sutherland and with this lineup, the Gladiators became mainstays at the famous Studio One, where they recorded highly religious songs of their own as well as backing up such top-ranked artists as Stranger Cole and Burning Spear. Around 1974, the group began working with the infamous Lee "Scratch" Perry at his Black Ark studio, where again they recorded on their own as well as backing up other artists, notably the enigmatic singer Vivian "Yabby U" Jackson. Fearon, who by this time was an accomplished bass player as well as a gifted singer and songwriter, was put to especially heavy use in the studio, recording numerous bass lines for other artists and rarely getting any credit, or even regular payment for his services. His bass is the one heard on Perry's strange and wonderful "Roast Fish and Cornbread," as well as many other Black Ark recordings for which the session notes are long gone. In the late '80s he emigrated to the United States, settling in Seattle, where he organized the relatively short-lived Defenders band. The group recorded one EP before breaking up. In 1993, he formed his current ensemble, the Boogie Brown Band, which has recorded four albums: Disturb the Devil, Mystic Whisper, What a System, and Soon Come. Clinton has also recently released a couple acoustic, solo albums to much acclaim. For Dec 5 Bassie will be performing his solo, acoustic set. http://www.clintonfearon.com/

Sprouted in the fertile ground of Portland, Oregon in 2008, Roots Train Sound was brought forward originally by Elijah Roots (Fari) in a podcast format for a couple of years entertaining people across the world with the latest new roots riddims and especially 70s/80s OLD SCHOOL ROOTS sounds from Jamaica. The podcast lasted for 3 years; building an international audience by spreading reggae consciousness to the people. During this time Roots Train Sounds has done several guest DJ appearances at Portland's KBOO community radio, regional festivals and shows. These days Roots Train Sounds serves the community by promoting touring artists and bands; doing promotion and supporting them by playing the music which is the foundation of the roots reggae genre.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Roots-Train-Sounds/169524896413430



~~~~~~~
Sol Seed brings a distinct sound combining the best elements of Reggae, Rock, Hip Hop and Psychedelic Jam to form a positive musical fusion that is uniquely their own. With conscious, thought-provoking lyrics, infectious reggae-laden grooves and high-energy, impressive live performances, Sol Seed creates an unforgettable live-music experience for people of all ages to enjoy.

Since transplanting to Eugene from Southern Oregon just over two years ago, Sol Seed has swiftly gained powerful momentum in the NorthWest music scene, creating a diverse and loyal fan base all over Washington, Oregon and California. They were awarded Eugene WOW Hall Awards "Best New Act" 2011 and "Favorite Local Band" 2012, in addition to "Eugene's Best Band 2012-2013" by Eugene Weekly readers. Dominating the NW summer festival circuit including Oregon Country Fair, North West World Reggae Festival and Jefferson State Hemp Expo, Sol Seed has also shared the stage with national acts such as Ziggy Marley, Slightly Stoopid, The Expendables, Pacific Dub, Nappy Roots, Heavyweight Dub Champion and many more. After a number of small EP releases, the group released their first full-length album "Grown Deep" in September 2012, which immediately gained air-time on a number of radio stations all over the West Coast as well as the Hawaiian islands.

This Oregon based band got their start in early 2010 when songwriters Michael Lennon and Michael Sorensen joined hands with fellow friend and musician Benny Pezzano through a Southern Oregon open mic. An undeniable synergy was all but tangible as their creative forces coalesced, and they immediately began to grow a diverse collection of original music. They soon joined with Native American Award winning guitarist, Kenny Sequoia Lewis, and in October 2010, transplanted to Eugene to pursue life and music, where soon after they linked up with MC, Didgeridoo player and percussionist Sky Guasco, and finally Saxophone player Graeme Pletscher in late 2011. With 6 members, each member boasting very different influences and skill sets, Sol Seeds depth and volume of sound increased exponentially.
With an infectious enthusiasm for life and an unequivocal knack to communicate its beauty, the group shares their message of perspectivism and unconditional love through uplifting music rooted in the soul. Sol Seed has certainly dug their roots. Coming to a city near you! http://www.solseedmusic.com/

Matt Haze is a riddle wrapped in an enigma, covered in stylish facial hair. One of the most forward-thinking and current DJs in the SF scene, Haze is a treasure trove of musical versatility. Rubbing today’s flavors with a marinade of cutting edge beats and old school vibes, Haze is difficult to classify, but impossible to resist. He is best known for his work with SF’s Slayers Club collective, dropping his crazily eclectic kitchen sink sets wherever the spirit carries him and the bassbins follow.
http://www.djmatthaze.com/

Promotional materials provided by our generous local area sponsor:
MELLOW MOOD PIPE
4119 SE Hawthorne
Portland, OR 97214
503-235-7473
Mellowmood.com

We supply all sorts of pipes from the low end to the best of the high end, vaporizers, grinders, hookahs and much more. Hit us up for your smoking needs! We can supply all of your smoking needs in a kind, pleasant environment. Keep it Mellow. Keep it mellow with Mellow Mood Pipe.

--
blessid love
ras danny
higher reasoning reggae time
KBOO Portland, Full Strength Community Radio
*Love is a net that catches hearts like fish.*
-Muhammad Ali
*I don't like reggae, I love it*
Re: Mellow Mood Thursdays <> PDX <> Nov 7 thru Dec 12 <>
November 07, 2013 01:48PM
tonite inna PDX + w/

--
blessid love
ras danny
higher reasoning reggae time
KBOO Portland, Full Strength Community Radio
*Love is a net that catches hearts like fish.*
-Muhammad Ali
*I don't like reggae, I love it*



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/07/2013 01:50PM by Ras Danny.
Re: Mellow Mood Thursdays <> PDX <> Nov 7 thru Dec 12 <>
November 19, 2013 01:13AM


--
blessid love
ras danny
higher reasoning reggae time
KBOO Portland, Full Strength Community Radio
*Love is a net that catches hearts like fish.*
-Muhammad Ali
*I don't like reggae, I love it*
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