Ossie Dellimore's Podcast
Roots Music at it's Best!!!
Love You With Music by Ossie Dellimore - From Reggae Portugal with Paulo Matos 2/23/14
March 01, 2014 05:14 PM PSTInterview on 11/15/12 with Vinny B of WHCR 93.5FM NYC onThe Vinny B Show Case Regarding Reggae Culture Salute
November 18, 2012 09:32 AM PST
Interview with Vinny B of WHCR 93.5FM NYC on The Vinny B Show Case Regarding Reggae Culture Salute. Recorded by Tony Rankin.Interview with Carter Van Pelt of 89.9FM WKCR (Eastern Standard Time) Radio on 10/13/12
October 16, 2012 11:21 AM PDT
Interview with Carter Van Pelt of 89.9FM WKCR (Eastern Standard Time) Radio on 10/13/12.Live at Wicked Willy's 12/2/11
December 06, 2011 02:49 PM PST33 Minutes @ Wicked Willy's. Ossie Dellimore and The Soldiers Of Justice 8/27/11
September 10, 2011 10:09 AM PDT
33 Minutes @ Wicked Willy's. Ossie Dellimore and The Soldiers Of Justice 8/27/11Live Audio From Ossie Dellimore Record Release Show In St.Louis Hosted By Skank Records.
November 23, 2010 02:40 PM PST
Live Audio From Ossie Dellimore Record Release Show In St.Louis Hosted By Skank Records.13 minutes at Wicked Willy's New York 11/19/10 Ossie Dellimore and The Soldiers Of Justice.
November 23, 2010 01:13 PM PST
13 minutes at Wicked Willy's New York 11/19/10 Ossie Dellimore and The Soldiers Of Justice.Ossie Dellimore and The Soldiers Of Justice live "Marcus Garvey" 2008
August 11, 2010 12:22 PM PDT
Ossie Dellimore and The Soldiers Of Justice live "Marcus Garvey" 2008DJ Pauze Unique Fm Reggae Mix Show
June 18, 2009 01:58 PM PDT
DJ Pauze Unique Fm Reggae Mix Show featuring Ossie Dellimore.Rastafari Calling Ossie Dellimore & The Soldiers Of Justice @ Wicked Willys 5/1/09
May 12, 2009 09:27 PM PDT
Rastafari Calling Ossie Dellimore & The Soldiers Of Justice @ Wicked Willys 5/1/09
What a breath of fresh air this album is: full-blooded, live instrument roots, a throwback to the golden age of The Wailers, Dennis Brown, and the rest. Even if not every song strikes your fancy, chances are you'll still be drawn in simply by the sound of it all. Freedom's Journal is crisp, electric, evocative, and inspirational. Click on album to buy the CD!!! [img:http://i223.photobucket.com/albums/dd106/massaganamusic/pic32.gif] [http://www.skankproductions.com/FJ2004.htm ] Read Album Reviews [http://www.angelfire.com/ny5/ossiedellimore1] You may recall Ossie Dellimore from the solid Easy Star Volume One compilation. He contributed one of the best songs on that collection, "Time Has Come," a stirring, cautionary gem featuring two elements that make Freedom's Journal so exceptional: powerful vocals and masterful musicianship. Many reviews that you read of Dellimore are likely to compare his unique singing voice to that of Peter Tosh, and rightly so (He even sings a song called "Down Pressor Man," although it's not the same as the Peter Tosh song.). His Tosh-like forceful baritone lends an air of militancy to his songs, a likeable edge that commands your attention. Although this is his debut album, Dellimore's vocals are remarkably self-assured, as are his writing talents, as he penned and produced this entire album. Complementing his voice beautifully is the music, an invigorating, refreshing blast of undiluted roots reggae. There is an almost jazzy feel to the way the musicians jam, freely belting away guitar, organ, and piano riffs. A dub version of Freedom's Journal wouldn't be a wasted endeavor. Though "Sharp As a Razor" has been released as a single, it's actually one of my least favorite tunes here (which could be an indication of how strong the album is). "Time Has Come" is still the best in my opinion, but coming close are "The System," "To the Limit," and "A Better Way." I've said it before and I'll say it again: why aren't more songs like these on the so-called Strictly the Best and Reggae Gold compilations?Taken From Reggae Reviews. [http://www.reggae-reviews.com/ossiedellimore.html] Visit Ossie @ MySpace.comclick here [http://www.myspace.com/ossiedellimore]
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