Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by ska invita, Dec 7, 2011.
you could do quite an interesting dub mix of this one
Well I've got to the end of page four in this thread so far, but I haven't dared to click on any of the songs
this never fails to crack me up....takes a while to warm up, but gets there! if you jsut hear one, check this out Mation
we havent had this one yet
Jovanotti - Gimme Five 2 (Rasta Five)
Briddly briddly bom bom
omg what the hell was he thinking?
he seems well loved in Italy, and has a surprisingly long career http://www.discogs.com/artist/22720-Jovanotti
THis track was his debut
Innocent days in 87......
If I'd cringed any more I'd have imploded!
TopCat - come and have a look at this thread
I loved this.
i actually like it as a song .
there's also this one, also from germany:
My nomination for the greatest cod reggae track of all time - doubt this can be beat
Miles Davis -Dont Lose Your Mind
that's great, ska!
I think Tutu was the last great Miles Davis record, and thats the standout track for me. Very 80s, but there you go.
Theres a little breakdown on that track that got sampled to form the basis of this reggaematic 80s rap cut:
I like it.
Talking of later MD, I've always been a fan of his Aura album as well. I think it's very moving and beautifully composed.
i havent heard that, not consciously anyway - i'll give it a try - thanks
Spoiler: Kevin The Gerbil - Pink Bucket
Kevin the Gerbil is from Leeds supposedly - big roots town
I'll just leave this here
The Barron Knights. The. Barron. Knights.
Spoiler: Mind De Doors
I don't think you've had this Tim Curry cover of the Beatles yet?
no hadnt heard this before now.... i miss those days....
i was just looking at the charts (to see if dangelo was on it! ) and it said this track was the UKs biggest seller of Q3
never heard it before but definitely its cod reggae topping the charts!
There was another topping the charts in the summer too wasn't there? Surprised nobody has laid claim to a new reggae chart revolution. My eldest played this on some music channel to me the other day, telling me it was 'Daddy music' with enough of a glint in her eye to tell me she knew it was shoddy cod masquerading as reggae. I feigned outrage but was secretly impressed that at 11 she knew it wasn't the real thing
Daddy Music <love it
i think it might be time to sit her down and tell her about the cod and the tunas
It's always been called Daddy music, from when she could first talk and wanted her turn on the car stereo. Mummy music is disco and Rinse FM, she has Little Mix, One Direction etc and the tiddler has Michael Jackson.
I might tell her, she likes a good wind up
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