Whew, at the end of another 23 episodes! Yes, folks, this is the last donut in the box. What does the future hold? Who knows! You can’t spend that much time worrying about things you can’t predict. I mean you can prepare for the eventual, but you can never prepare of the unknown, so stop stressing so much. Get yourself some good tunes, some good friends and relax.
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Yes, yet another ending for 23min of Ska. This is only the end of a volume, it’ll be rebooting next week, as always to bring you some more top ska! Hope you all dug the X-Men story line theme, I’ll take any excuse to dig through my long boxes, or (more likely) fire up my tablet and get wrapped up in these stories again. Once again, I hope I’ve spent the last 23 episodes bringing you a few new bands to follow, and reminding you of your old favorites.
They said it couldn’t be done… wait… maybe they said it shouldn’t be done… that seems more likely… either way, here it is, more songs and bands than have ever been stuffed into a single episode of 23min of Ska. 23min of Ska is always coming at you with a lot of great ska music, we’re just pushing the envelope this time.
If you want to grow a new future to replace what you just cut away, you have to water it with your heart’s blood. I mean, what else can I say in this tiny field of text that I haven’t said two hundred and twenty two times before? I’ll boil it down: Go, live! Live.
Everyone knows that ska was created in Jamaica, but ska’s second home was Britain. Again, a fact that most ska fans know. The fun part about Great Britain is that island still is producing some of the best ska around. Here’s a small sample of these great bands! Be they English, Scottish or Welsh, they are putting out some great, great sounds!
It’s been a long few weeks listeners, but now is the time to relax, let your guard down and dance. I’ve found that you can’t enjoy life if you’re constantly on guard, waiting for something to go wrong. Things go wrong, you can’t stop that! So just be happy when things are going right and forget all that negative energy!
For the triumphant return to more modern ska, I went to my listeners and asked what they wanted. Got a few good suggestions, all which are in this podcast. Then, due to my online begging, King Duncan of the Shifters sends me on of their brand new songs. Basically, if you aren’t a close personal friend of the band, this is the first chance to hear it! Man it is a ripper! Also there’s a song from Rude King, that Jon Bravo made sure to get to me right away for you all to hear, that was just released last Saturday! Seriously, so much great new ska for you on this episode it is insane!