Back again with another round of 1970s ska, or rather, ska and rocksteady! It’s part two of a 90min mix tape w/ a focus on the ’70s. Now let it be known that this isn’t a “best of the ’70s” kind of thing, just a bunch of great songs from that decade that have never been played on an episode of 23min of Ska before. I hope everyone else out there is enjoying this little history lesson as much as I do. It isn’t often that I have to do this much research, but I think everything is turning out awesome!
00:00 – the Gaylads – My Jamaican Girl (My Jamaican Girl ’71)
02:25 – Ken Boothe – Everything I Own (Everything I Own / Drum Song ’74)
06:02 – Toots & the Maytals – 54-46 That’s My Number (In the Dark ’77)
09:24 – John Holt – My Heart is Gone (My Heart is Gone ’70)
12:04 – Keeling Beckford – Treasure of Love (Treasure of Love ’75)
14:52 – Luddy Pioneer with Joe Lewis & the Ska Kings – Housewife Choice (Ska Revival Vol. 1 ’75)
18:02 – Lloyd Charmers – Oh Me Oh My (I’m a Fool for You Baby) (Oh Me Oh My / I Did It ’71)
20:53 – Heavy Manners – Attention (World War Six ’79)
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