Paddyrasta | Listen to Your Heart

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Listen to Your Heart

by Paddyrasta

Paddyrasta formed in Scotland trademarked the genre Celtic Reggae with their eclectic mix of Irish traditional tunes and reggae groves. They have been described as "Bob Marley meets the Pogues!"
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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1. Meditation
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2. Fair Trade Bananas
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3. Freedom
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4. Molly Malone
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5. Listen to Your Heart
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6. 40 Shades of Green
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7. Simple and Free
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8. Roche Material
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9. Want to Go Back to the Jungle
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10. Tribal Man
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Paddyrasta play a fresh, original blend of reggae and traditional Celtic melodies inter-weaved with heartfelt, socially concious lyrics. They have appeared live on BBC Celtic Connections in February 2005 performing 3 songs from their debut album Listen To Your Heart - currently available worldwide and on itunes, spotify, amazon etc. They have received airplay on national radio in both the UK and US with their St Patricks Day single release of a reggae version of Molly Malone being championed by DJs on radio shows. They were voted best band on Talk Sport Radios Mike Mendoza Show and tracks from their album are regularly played on BBC Scotland and the reggae station Big-Up Radio. They have toured all over the UK and Ireland, Holland, Belgium and Scandanavia. Lead singer songwriter Brian Gilligan is now based in Barcelona, Spain and plays with The Celtic Reggae Revolution. They have supported the Jamaican band The Skatalites and The Legendary Shack Shakers and were recently asked to open for Shane McGowan of The Pogues.


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