The link between Jamaican music and US soul/blues is very strong, and the tunes on this Screaming Records import EP are directly influenced by that 60’s vibe. All these songs were mixed by The Toasters frontman Bucket over the course of different projects, “Ska Jerk” is post “Don’t Let The Bastards Drag You Down” album and was originally intended for a compilation project that never saw light of day. The song in many ways sums up the vibe of the mid-1960s and the popular culture of that era. The style, the fashion, the dance halls, the attitude…and the soul music. Rounding out the single is their fantastic cover of the DAVE CLARK FIVE’s “Bits And Pieces” and the James Bond inspired. “Ska Finger”. We have a limited amount of copies back in stock with varied covers – if you prefer a specific cover message us and we will get that one to you!
2 tone 7 inch 7" single aggrolites american skathic Bad Manners bim skala bim BROOKLYN ATTRACTORS calypso cassette charley organaire christmas compact disc crombies Deals Gone Bad denmark Dr Ring Ding dub germany grover italy jamaica Jump Up Releases King Django king hammond mad butcher moon ska Mr T Bone nyc REGGAE Roots SKA SKA-JAZZ SKATALITES skinhead SLACKERS spain specialized symarip the toasters toasters UK usa Various Artists vinyl