Download South Virginia - Various - Ska Boogie - Jamaican R&B, The Dawn Of Ska (CD)
Label: Sequel Records - NEX CD 254 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Reggae, Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Ska


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  6. Ska, Jamaica’s first indigenous urban pop style. Pioneered by the operators of powerful mobile discos called sound systems, ska evolved in the late s from an early Jamaican form of rhythm and blues that emulated American rhythm and blues, especially that produced in New Orleans, Louisiana. A.
  7. May 12,  · Traditional Jamaican ska music came about in the early s. It was originally a blend of traditional Caribbean sounds (including mento and calypso) and American R&B and was fast music, made for dancing, and inextricably intertwined with the "Rude Boy" culture of the time period, which stressed an old-school gangster-like aesthetic for impoverished Jamaican youths.
  8. A Bit of Jamaican Ska Musical History. To meet the demand for music, entrepreneurs such as Prince Buster, Coxsone Dodd, and Duke Reid formed sound systems. As the supply of previously unheard tunes in the jump blues and more traditional R&B genre began to dry up in the late 's, Jamaican producers began recording their own version of the genres with local artists.
  9. Ska marked the true beginning of Jamaican popular music, coming to prominence during the early and mid-'60s right around the time the island was granted its independence. Ska ensembles were generally a blend of electric instrumentation and horns most popular in jazz (saxophone, trumpet, trombone).

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