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English View all editions and formats Summary: Through the words of over 30 legendary artists, from over a decade of interviews, the story of ska music is told by those who were there"--Provided by publisher. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Bieiris rated it liked it Mar 02, Jaz rated it it was ok Nov 25, Skriblerus rated it really liked it Aug 22, Jackson rated it it was amazing Jul 03, Jim Cascino rated it it was amazing Oct 14, Spion rated it it was amazing Apr 16, Marc rated it really liked it Jul 18, Jeremy Patton rated it really liked it May 08, Bradleyb rated it liked it Mar 23, Kelly rated it it was amazing Mar 24, Amanda rated it it was amazing Apr 18, Angie Bulkeley rated it it was amazing May 29, Denise Du Vernay rated it it was amazing May 02, Jesse Sand rated it really liked it Oct 08, Eric rated it liked it Jan 07, Ivan rated it really liked it Jul 27, Mat'o Pavlov marked it as to-read Sep 08, Jess marked it as to-read Jul 16, Kaethe marked it as to-read Oct 13, Kristin Myrtle marked it as to-read Oct 13, Anthony Chavez marked it as to-read Oct 27, Matt marked it as to-read Oct 28, Liam marked it as to-read Oct 28, Detroit marked it as to-read Nov 22, Jac marked it as to-read Dec 30, McFarland added it Mar 13, Chris kunselman marked it as to-read May 09, Charlie added it Jul 03, Sarah added it Jul 23, Andreas marked it as to-read Jul 25, Sandi marked it as to-read Nov 03, Ahmiana Arrizon marked it as to-read Nov 03, Giovanny Sanchez marked it as to-read Apr 12, Jason Lawless added it May 14, Mike marked it as to-read Aug 13, Sam marked it as to-read Dec 18, Tim marked it as to-read Dec 27, I really wanted to be able to really say something about it.
Really how could this book, which truth to be told should be bigger if the writer makes said bold statement, really do a complete job of telling the whole history. I had never heard of the writer before either. How did she get the whole history down? There are a great many artists that have already passed.
Ska: An Oral History
Had she been working on this book her whole life? There are chapters on the usual artists you would assume would be there like the Skatalites, Toots Hibbert, Laurel Aitken and Derrick Morgan. She also gets some good words in about the most banded reggae artist in history Judge Dread.
The last part of the book touches on more modern Ska with stuff on Bucket from The Toasters, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Slackers, Sublime and other more east coast artists. There is some missing bits mainly about bands outside of those areas or in general the US Ska scene. The writing is fluid and engaging plus obviously well researched.
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