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Hello this is my first of many podcasts about ska and other types of music that derrived from ska. I will add link to my fb if you want to add me and give me suggestions or topics to talk about
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Ska Stylistic origins amaican mento and calypso; American jazz and rhythm and blues Cultural origins Late 1950s, Jamaica
Typical instruments Guitar, bass guitar, trumpet, trombone, saxophone, piano, drums, organ Derivative forms Rocksteady, reggae.Fusion genres 2 Tone, ska jazz, ska pop, ska punk, spouge Regional scenes Japan, Australia Other topics Third wave ska, list of ska musicians, rude boy, mod, skinhead, Suedehead, traditional skinhead
The Wailers "One Love/People Get Ready"
"One Love/People Get Ready" by The Wailers. This is a Ska version of the famous Bob Marley song.
Ska (/'sk??/, Jamaican is a music genre that originated in Jamaica in the late 1950s, and was the precursor to rocksteady and reggae.Ska combined elements of Caribbean mento and calypso with American jazz and rhythm and blues. It is characterized by a walking bass line accented with rhythms on the upbeat. In the early 1960s, ska was the dominant music genre of Jamaica and was popular with British mods. Later it became popular with many skinheads.Music historians typically divide the history of ska into three periods: the original Jamaican scene of the 1960s (First Wave); the English 2 Tone ska revival of the late 1970s (Second Wave); and the third wave ska movement, which started in the 1980s (Third Wave) and rose to popularity in the US in the 1990s
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Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith - publishers of ChampagneSundaysMagazine.com, for Big Blend Radio's art, book, music and entertainment show.Musical guests include Chris Armitage of The California Celts, Aaron Poland of the Warsaw Poland Brothers, plus, vintage ska songstress Sara McAllister. Internationally critically acclaimed author Brian D. Anderson will discuss his young adult fantasy series 'The Godling Chronicles'; and popular wildlife artist Lee Mims will discuss 'Hiding Gladys', the first of her Cleo Cooper Mystery Series.
Alphanso Castro Remember Teenage Dance Party Ska Glory days. Teenage Dance Party (TADP).With that famous theme, Bear Man Shuffle, one would hear the mellow voice of Aggrey Brown from Negril to Morant Point calling all Jamaican teenagers to the show.TADP was the brainchild of Sonny Bradshaw. The talent,that placed TADP on the map were Winston Blake, Godfrey Blair, Alphanso Castro, Syl Castro, Lennie Lawrence, Pat Reynolds (our first 'queen' who was called Pat # One), Pat Coke (who was called Pat #Two),Verona Johnson, Ceceile Wilson, Hartley Cousins,Louis Burke and Peter Vassall. Also involved were Trevor Weir, Gerald Bennett, Winston Sirjue, Joyce Morris,Pat Williams, Roy Cousins, Symona Symes, Sandy McGeshie, Earl Knight and Sunshine Plunket.TADP was the vehicle through which the Jamaican music received its greatest exposure. The young people on the programme would dance to the music and, in so doing, the television audience would become more familiar with the music of the day. The innovativeness of TADP dancers helped to market Jamaican music.You would not miss a performance by the Castro brothers, Louis Burke or Lennie Lawrence. The dance created a visual impact - it gave body to the music and, therefore, people would associate particular songs with particular body moves.TADP also provided valuable exposure as in 1962 Alphanso Castro was selected to represent Jamaica at the World Fair in the USA, along with Jimmy Cliff, Prince Buster, Eric Monty Morris and Byron Lee and the Dragonaires. They sold ska to the world. Alphanso Castro, outdanced the famous Chubby Checker in a performance at Carib Theatre. The local newspaper, THE STAR, carried a headline which screamed 'Castro out-twists Chubby'.
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Eric "Monty" Morris is a ska singer, considered to be one of the foundation artists of original ska Morris grew up in the Trench Town area of Kingston and like many singers of the era, Morris started by competing in talent contests in the early 1950s, including Vere Johns' Opportunity Hour, and made his first recording with Derrick Morgan. Morris went on to record several singles for Prince Buster and Duke Reid and was the original vocalist for The Skatalites. He also recorded as a duo with Roy Panton. Morris had a hit in 1961 with the song "Humpty Dumpty". In the wake of two big Jamaican hits with "Sammy Dead Oh" and "Oil in My Lamp" he performed in the United States at the 1964 New York World's Fair as part of a Jamaican group of musicians that also included Millie Small, Jimmy Cliff, and Byron Lee & the Dragonaires. He later recorded for Clancy Eccles in 1968, including the hit "Say What You're Saying",and for Lee "Scratch" Perry in 1969. Morris left the music business and emigrated to the United States.
His "Enna Bella" was used in the soundtrack of the 2003 Jim Jarmusch film Coffee and Cigarettes.His music has been included on many ska and reggae compilations.
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Today we feature two child prodigies from the pre-Ska to the inception of reggae: Delroy “Saddle Head” Wilson and Millicent Dolly May Small – Millie Small.
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