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Luddy Pioneer With Joe Lewis & The Ska Kings - Ska Revival - Volume 1 mp3 album

  • Performer: Luddy Pioneer
  • Title: Ska Revival - Volume 1
  • Genre: Reggae
  • Style: Ska
  • MP3 album: 1520 mb
  • FLAC album: 1828 mb
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Luddy Pioneer With Joe Lewis & The Ska Kings - Ska Revival - Volume 1 mp3 album

Ska-Ra-Van Caravan (Take 3). 2:26. Ringo Rides (AKA Ringo). Ska Boo-Da-Ba (Top Sounds From Top Deck) ‎(LP, Album). Doctor Bird, Top Deck Records. Ska-Boo-Da-Ba ‎(LP, Album).

The Third Wave of Ska Revival emerged in the late '80s, when certain members of the American punk underground began returning to the sounds of British ska revival and infusing it with a hardcore punk attack. During the early '80s, this third wave continued to grow - more bands continued to pop up across the country, but many of the most popular were based in California. Eventually, the third wave of ska revivalists broke into the American mainstream, thanks to the success of fellow Californian punk revivalists Green Day and the Offspring. The first third wave band to break big was Rancid, but they were quickly followed by groups like No Doubt, Goldfinger, Sublime, and Dancehall Crashers; the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, who were one of the leading figures of the scene in the early '90s, just missed the commercial bandwagon.

The ska vocal group formed in 1963 with Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer wore suits and shorter hair, as opposed to the military fatigues and dreads they’d don later as reggae artists. Released in 1965 by Studio One with Dodd producing, The Wailing Wailers features Bob sounding more like a lower-pitched Frankie Lymon. Another ska pioneer, Derrick Morgan once had the honor of having his singles chart in the top seven spots in Jamaica. But it was this 1973 album that had a huge influence on the reggae world and its followers, as it’s one of the first examples of dub, the subgenre that features an emphasis on bass and drums, heavily reverbed sounds, instruments that appear and disappear from the mix, and all sorts of random warbles and effects. Once you get into this, move backward to Django and forward to 1976’s Super Ape.

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Additional drums by Mike Bandoni (Funkshone), bass & percussion by yours truly. FEATURED ON LAUREN LAVERNE'S "MPFREE" FEATURE, 2nd February 2015: ww. bc. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. Drop your files here.

Ska Down Her Way: Women of Ska, Volume 2 1998 Third Wave Ska, Ska Revival. Originally The North London Invaders, then briefly Morris and the Minors, Madness was formed in 1976 and was one of the most well known bands of the British 2 Tone ska revival along with bands like The Specials and The Selecter. Their upbeat performances and willingness to play with genres helped rocket them to success in the UK during the 80s, spending a total of 214 weeks in the charts (tying them with reggae pop band UB40 for that decade’s record).


A1 Time Longer Than Rope
A2 Housewife Choice
A3 Tickle Me Girl
A4 Burning Fire
A5 Mama No Fret
B1 Never Never
B2 Rough And Tough
B3 Pretty Lou Lou
B4 Blazing Fire
B5 Penny Wheel
B6 Elena

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  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Distributed By – Jetstar
  • Distributed By – Fat Shadow


  • Producer – Sydney Crooks*

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