Can’t stop, won’t stop bringing you all the ska. I don’t know what you do with these podcasts. You could be listening to them as you get ready in the morning, while going out for a run, dancing around your bedroom or queuing it up for your ride home from work. Whatever the case is, I’m glad you’re here and listening, thanks!
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What do you do when everything you’ve ever believed is upended? Do you fall and stay down? No, of course not! You keep on going! Learn new truths, come out better and go kick some more ass at life. You gather your closest friends and family and you fight back for what right in life! Go and do it, you know you can, so prove it.
Ah yeah, another episode of “23min of Ska” in your ears to get you to dance, wiggle in your chair or rock out in your car. Hell, for all I know you’re listening to this while riding the subway, during your boring workday or cleaning up for your morning shower. Who knows! What I do know is that I’m glad that you’re listening and continuing to come back to listen again. I know ska isn’t for everyone so I’m glad you found the show and enjoy it! See you all here next week (I hope!)
Hey all you kids, here’s a special episode that’s close to my heart. Just kidding, it’s just a lot more great ska, ska/punk and rocksteady for you to listen you to on this Valentine’s eve. I guess I don’t have too much more to say about this one, I just hope that you have someone to enjoy listening to this episode with.
When I first moved away from the area I grew up it I made it a point to not go back for a visit too soon. Not that I didn’t like the area, in fact I loved it, but I knew I’d never get used to LA if I didn’t give it a fair shake. When I did go home, well, I found it lacking. The thing is, Peoria didn’t change all that much, but I did, my friends and family did. It took me a bit to get my head around it. It wasn’t just a geographical location I was missing, but also a temporal location. Peoria, IL 1999 – 2005 isn’t a place I can visit or point to on a map. Sure, I can find and go to the place I called home, but I can’t go back there w/o a flux capacitor. Ultimately that’s a good thing. Memories are as good as gold in the end, be thankful for the fact that you have any good ones at all. It’s never the location, it is what you do w/ the time that you are there that counts.
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What sucks? Love? No, love is awesome. If you don’t have awesome love, I feel sorry for you, cuz brother, that ain’t love. If you must call it that, call it old love and kick it to the curb, it ain’t doing you no good. Now get out there and embrace some new and awesome love, come on, you dig ska music, you totally deserve it!
Here’s a fine collection of ska where you get two people singing lead! It is like 2 episodes in one for you here! Whatta a bargain! I hope you all enjoy this episode, as I enjoy myself in the wilds of Hawaii!