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    1. Bralar

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      The places it began to pop up were in churches, putting old Brittish hymns to a more syncopated Caribbean/soul rythms, and in the swing clubs of up-town Kingston. Prince Buster, who made the first Ska record, was playing some of these tunes and asked his guitarist, Jah Jerry, to emphasize the up-beat in the music and Ska was born.
    2. Akiran

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      Where can I hear ska on the radio? Radio USA East *Ska All Over the World* Hosted by Keith Stults [email protected] WAPS-FM, 65 Steiner Ave. Akron, OH Saturdays 9 - 10 PM *Screaming at A Wall* Hosted by dave and Mike WBFH-FM, Detroit, MI USA Wednesdays PM *Everything Off-Beat* *Hosted by Chuck Wren*, [email protected]
    3. Baktilar

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      Aug 23,  · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Best of Ska, Vol. 4: Jamaica Ska Core - Various Artists on AllMusic -
    4. Gamuro

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      [b][color red]Looking at the track lists of each of these albums and compilations a Ska-Head's heart jumps up with the offbeat. Listen all you Rude Boys & Rude Girls, Skinheads & Skinhead Girls, confirmed Ska-Heads! These are for sure the ultimate boss sounds of all times, always IMhO![/color][/b].
    5. Grolmaran

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      Table of Contents: Part 1 Introduction Table of Contents What is ska music? Where did ska come from? What is first-wave ska? Second-wave ska? Third-wave ska? What is ska-core? What is a rude boy? What is with the narrow-brim hats, dark suits and narrow ties?
    6. Duk

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    7. Meztinos

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      Ska music began in Jamaica in the late s. While the ska of the 50s and 60s closely resembled calypso music with a jazz influence, much of the ska of the .
    8. Nikoshakar

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      Subject: Introduction In response to all of those ``Isn't ska some dance form of reggae?'' questions, I present the following historical background to the music we call ska, gleaned from liner notes I have lying about the place, various postings to (news:satheavirokati.comruinomodevemudsoifritenethres.infoinfo), and sundry emailings with helpful ska fans.
    9. Goltikasa

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      Sep 07,  · The newly set up recording studios were always on the look out for the next new sound. With the popularity of American R&B artists like Fats Domino and Louis Jordan many Jamaican performers incorporated the 12 bar blues chord progressions and boogie bass lines with mento guitar rhythms. Increasing emphasis was placed on the offbeat rhythms of.

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