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23min of Ska : the Grover Records Special!

23skaGROVERCards out on the table, Grover is a boss record label! Founded in 1993 by Oswald Münnig, and distributing out of Germany they are as well known for issuing some rad albums but also licensing a lot of great ones too! They’ll help bands from outside Germany and Europe get releases over there, they’ll also issue albums on vinyl when a band’s main label only plans on a CD release. I chose to focus on releases from the main Grover label and releases that were only on Grover or Grover released first, because they co-released and rereleased a lot of great stuff! It’s an embarrassment of fantastic music! Needless to say, Grover has been hooking us all up with great music over and over!

00:00 – Dr. Ring-Ding & the Senior Allstars – Dandimite Ska (Dandimite! ’95)
03:51 – Laurel Aitken with Court Jester’s Crew – Woman is Sweeter Than Man (Jamboree ’00)
05:57 – Rude & Visser – Letter in the Mail (Red Rum ’02)
09:38 – the Stingers ATX – Telephone Breakdown (This Good Thing ’02)
12:04 – the Caroloregians – Special Brew (Funkify Your Reggay ’10)
15:28 – Moon Invaders – It’s Alright (the Fine Line ’11)
17:26 – Boss Capone – Cinderella (Boss Capone’s ’69 Reggae Bonanza ’15)
20:20 – the Magnetics – She don’t wanna Sleep Tonight (Coffee & Sugar ’19)

Visit Grover Records to find more great music: www.grover.de

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