The Musician’s playlist: Volume 1

Musicians playlist

Music for many of us, holds a special power to move us mentally and spiritually.  Music is also an outlet for many—it is something familiar and comforting. Anyone who has wiped a tear from their eyes from their most favorite song will know undoubtedly the power of the combination of instruments complemented by soul riveting lyrics.

music can also inspire creativity in many people and open the doors that were, for the most part difficult to open

In addition to being a comforting outlet, music can also inspire creativity in many people and open the doors that were, for the most part difficult to open. We here at Top Shelf Reggae understand the true power of music and thought it would be interesting to ask some of your favorite artists what exactly is in their playlists that genuinely impacted them most recently.

Some artists kept it all in the reggae family, while others listed tracks that fell outside of the reggae genre, which is totally fine and acceptable because inspiration can come from many places.

Without further ado, we present to you the favorite tracks from Stick Figure, The Movement, and Three Legged Fox.

Note: You will need Flash installed in order to listen to tracks below.  Sorry mobile users.

Stick Figure

Shaggy - All We Need Is Love (feat. Konshens)
10 Foot Ganja Plant - Sometimes We Play
John Brown's Body - Plantation
Seeed - Aufstehn
Seeed - You and I

The Movement

John Brown's Body - Plantation
John Brown's Body - Searchlight
Mr Williamz - Middle western Riddim
Mr Williamz - Money Fi Spend
Giant Panda Dub Squad - Kids in The Square

Three Legged Fox

Kings of Leon - Beautiful War
The Civil Wars - Dust to Dust
London Grammar - Strong
Morgan Heritage - Nothing to Smile About
NEEDTOBREATHE - Devil's Been Talkin'
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