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David Michael Rodigan MBE (born 24 June 1951) is a British radio DJ who also performs as a disc jockey. Rodigan was born on a military base in Hanover. He attended Gosford Hill School, Kidlington, Oxfordshire.
David Rodigan is explaining the rules of a reggae soundclash to me. He is doing it with breathless enthusiasm, but it is still taking quite a long time because, as it turns out, the rules of a reggae soundclash are a thing of byzantine complexity. I’d always assumed that it was just a matter of two DJs each battling to win over a crowd by playing better records than each other, with a heavy emphasis on dubplates (specially recorded tracks with vocals that mention the DJ by name). On the other, there’s something about meeting Rodigan in person that brings home rather forcefully what a deeply improbable state of affairs this all is. He looks, as he cheerfully admits, like a bank manager. Roy Richards’ Contact: amazing harmonica playing, I first heard it on an album called Club Ska 67, but it originally came out on a label called Doctor Bird. Reggae pioneer David Rodigan goes In Depth with DJ Target. David Rodigan talks past, present and future with 1Xtra's DJ Target. Jamaica is so important because so much of the music we hear today has a root to that island’ - David Rodigan.
Chronixx - Ghetto People Related mixes. 2012-09-06 - David Rodigan - Podcast 12. 2017-07-23 - David Rodigan - David Rodigan, BBC 1Xtra. 2017-07-16 - David Rodigan - David Rodigan, BBC 1Xtra. 2015-11-29 - David Rodigan - David Rodigan, BBC 1Xtra. 2015-11-22 - David Rodigan - David Rodigan, BBC 1Xtra. 2015-11-15 - David Rodigan, Macka B (Live PA) - David Rodigan, BBC 1Xtra. 2015-11-08 - David Rodigan, Gentleman's Dub (Maida Vale) - David Rodigan, BBC 1Xtra. 2015-11-01 - David Rodigan - David Rodigan, BBC 1Xtra. 2015-10-25 - David Rodigan - David Rodigan, BBC 1Xtra
If you aren't familiar with David Rodigan, he's a BBC Radio DJ who looks like a stockbroker but rocks the reggae like a straight-up Jamaican. His taste is excellent and covers all eras, plus he's a combination populist/advocate for reggae like Leonard Bernstein was for classical music or Carl Sagan for astronomy.
- Executive-Producer – Harmony Man
- Producer, Mixed By – Banton Man
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