Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by ska invita, Dec 7, 2011.
ska invita have you heard this???
Grateful dead do cod, and it's wonderful.
disappointed you hadnt summoned me about the britney and justin timberlake video
Grateful Dead are great i reckon...sounding good after a hard week....a nice place to go sometimes for sure.....
ETA: giving the rest of the album a play - seems to be a chilled record in the same vein
Spoiler: BLUES FOR ALLAH
some of it's a bit west coast for my tastes, but there's some good stuff on there (I got a cassette of it the other day and it's been on in the car)
really like the title track though, as well as the cod.
She looks like my gran in this. . .
This year's Spanish eurovision entry. I think it's about putting the bins out (when it's not even your turn).
Genuinely ace cod reggae (or more accurately reggae influenced) music from Somalia...70s era id guess
the one at 2.50 is a good example but the one at 20.20 mins even better still, as it has a one drop beat as well as the skank chops.
Strange hippy women. Nice intro riff wasted.
Rising Appalachia - Medicine
Very nice...But it could do with a little pepping up from a jobbing brass-for-hire session crew - for want of a name let's call them The Horns Of Africa
Not sure if this has already been posted but I'm sure sealion and a few others will appreciate...
Absolutely class tune, released when I was about 15 or 16. It lulled me into thinking UB40 were destined to be a great band. Did they make another good record? Probably not. Double A side with something called 'King' is my memory. Thanks for the memory.
lot of americans first heard reggae from this:
Albanian cod. The Bloody Foreigners - "Nuk Po Du Banane"
Guy Clark - Voila, An American Dream. Cover of the Rodney Crowell tune with significantly higher cod quotient.
I've just unforgotten this
Now I'll have to forget it all over again
Reformist nonsense from Lewis.
Probably not cod anything, just real shit.
That sounds like something a suburban serial killer would play to mask the screams and basement excavations and then would ultimately be his undoing.
got to defend Huey there - isnt the song saying the worlds fucked but keep dreaming? Not really reformist, more maintaining idealism in the face of a brutal reality.
Not his best work. Which is being kind.
This sweet cod cover of Arthur Russell is lovely.
is that Sacha Baron Cohen?
Sorry, ain't got a clue.
Is there room on this thread for a spot of envirogoth ska?
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