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Roots Ministry
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This Germany based Sound System ministers to the online (DUB) Reggae massive with some of the most solid mixes you have ever heard! 

As soon as you visit the Roots Ministry website, which is probably the first thing you want to do after reading this review, you know you've landed on a very special place in Cyberspace. And when you go deeper, you will praise Jah for where you've just landed.

Here is a collective that know their music and how to play it. They know how to minister to the Roots Massive with some crucial Drum and Bass lines, Conscious Lyrics and strategically placed Sound Effects. Playing one record after the other without you even noticing it, you will keep moving and grooving from the top to the very last drop.

They're very up-to-date with the latest riddims, and when you prefer a certain style, Roots Ministry is able to provide you with a show containing that particular style. 

Yes, this is the kind of Sound system you want to hire for a crucial Reggae Festival. This is the kind of Sound System you want to experience when you go to a crucial Reggae Festival.

This is also the kind of Sound System that has an online presence which serves the online (DUB) Reggae Community with a wide variety of services. On their website they have a "Monthly Fire Tune", several impressive long mixes and a lot of Riddim Presentations: short non-stop mixes featuring one riddim.

Listening to the material they put out is a true blessing. As the showers of pure Reggae Music flow over your soul, Ireness becomes fact rather than word. You can just sit down or jump up, relax or move and groove, it truly doesn't matter.

Nuff Niceness, Nuff Raspect, Nuff Vibes!

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JAH ARMY RIDDIM
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WWW, November 2008 - A more-than-up tempo Steppers, two vocalists and a Dub: This must be Roots Ministry's presentation of the JAH Army Riddim and so it is! 

It takes the German based Sound System just five minutes to get us straight into the groove of this militant, hard hitting Steppers tune.

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ONENESS RIDDIM
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WWW, November 2008 - In Reggae, several vocalists will use the same Riddim to voice their lyrics over. Over the Oneness riddim, for example: a cool contemporary Roots Reggae One Drop.

Luciano opens up this presentation of the Oneness Riddim, and he is followed by not only a long list of names: he is also followed by a wide variety of styles these vocalists use.

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ROOTS MINISTRY MIXDOWN PART 11
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WWW, October 2008 - In another great mix by Roots Ministry selector Sista Simone, we explore more UK ROOTS and DUB drum and basslines with their vocal counterparts. 

Indeed: here is one more essential addition to the collection of every self-respecting lover of the better (DUB) Reggae.

Often, Roots Ministry will introduce us to names of artists. 

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ROOTS MINISTRY MIXDOWN PART 10
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WWW, October 2008 - When Augustus Pablo's melodica, King Tubby's echo's, and Paul Blackman's voice open up number ten of the Roots Ministry series of Mixdowns, the tone is set. Deep, deep Dub and Roots U just can't refuse!

The previous episode of the Roots Ministry Podcast predominantly contained contemporary UK DUB and Roots. This one, selected by Papa Jason, brings us back in time to the island where Reggae originated. 

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ROOTS MINISTRY MIXDOWN PART 9
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WWW, October 2008 - One hour of (almost) stricktly UK DUB and Roots, mixed skillfully straight from vinyl, with nuff jingles and effects: the 9th episode of the excellent Roots Ministry Mixdown series is a highlight among highlights!

German-based Roots Ministry stands at rather lonely heights when it comes to Sound Systems who share their works with the online (DUB) Reggae community. The eight great Mixdowns and several other releases we have reviewed definitely enlarged to collection of the true self-respecting collector of the better works, and episode number nine is no exception to that fact.

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ROOTS MINISTRY MIXDOWN PART EIGHT
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WWW, October 2008 - Selector Papa Jason of the German based Roots Ministry Sound System takes us into a Dancehall vibe extraordinaire! Digital vibes galore and well versatile. When you can take it, that is...

Ever since Jammy's came up with the now legendary Sleng Teng riddim, Jamaican studio's have been applying digital possibilities with various results. Some people went wild, while others couldn't apprecilove it at all. The debate continues until this day...

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ROOTS MINISTRY MIXDOWN PART SEVEN
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WWW, October 2008 - Selecting and mixing is an art requiring skills and talents. Germany based Sound System ROOTS MINISTRY masters the arts and comes back once again to serve the needs of Roots Lovers all over the world.

In the meantime, we've reached the seventh episode in the Roots Ministry Mix Down series. Selected and mixed by Sista Simone, here is another hour filled with Vocals, Dubs and DJ tracks. Everything skillfully mixed together in different and surprising ways, accompanied by crucial sirens and jingles.

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ROOTS MINISTRY: MIXDOWN #6
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WWW, January 2008 - For your enjoyment, Roots Ministry's very own Papa Jason selected 18 massive tunes for an entertaining non-stop, no-nonsense Reggae mix of almost one hour.

The 6th episode in the excellent series of Podcasts (called Mixdowns) released by the German based Sound System predominantly features Jamaican Music from the 1980's and late 1970's, when Rub a Dub was the style-of-the-time.

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ROOTS MINISTRY: MIXDOWN #5
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WWW, January 2008 - Stricktly Conscious lyrics in the 5th Podcast or Mixdown of the Germany based Roots Ministry Sound System. 50 minutes of Words and Teachings from the Good Lord God JAH on crucial drum and basslines!

One Roots Ministry Mixdown is not like the other, but they all have this uplifting vibe that goes higher than the love for any music can ever take us. It's called consciousness, and has to do with being aware of what's going on and praising the Creator JAH.

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ROOTS MINISTRY: MIXDOWN #4
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WWW, January 2008 - German based ROOTS MINISTRY comes again with another great selection of serious Roots Reggae, skillfully mixed in one hour of pure niceness, Showcase Style!

Mixdown #4 is a no-nonsense, non-stop mix of mainly serious and militant Jamaican Roots Rockers from the 1970's. Almost every tune comes with crucial DUB and/or DJ version, too.

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ROOTS MINISTRY MIXDOWN #3
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WWW, July 2007 - In this last episode of a Mixdown Triplet, Sista Simone ministers to the World Wide Roots Massive with a solid mix of some serious music.

Yes, we're being treated with an hour long of stricktly Roots and Culture, from different times and places. German based ROOTS MINISTRY shows once more that they know how to bless up Jah people with the sounds of I and I Culture.

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ROOTS MINISTRY MIXDOWN #2
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WWW, July 2007 - The second edition in a triplet of skillfully mixed Roots 'n' Culture by the German based collective Roots Ministry contains a selection by Papa Jason. 

He apparently specializes in Jamaican Rockers, as he plays a number of classic tunes that will make everyone move and groove, even those that may not have been around at the time the music was produced.

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ROOTS MINISTRY MIXDOWN #1
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WWW, July 2007 - In what can only be described as an impressive and perfect piece of skillful work, German based Sista Simone introduces the Roots Ministry Massive to I and I, the online (DUB) Reggae community.

She knows her music, she knows her turntables, she knows her effect devices and most of all: she knows how to keep the music and the message flowing from the top to the very last drop.

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