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bluebeat

(ˈbluːˌbiːt)
n
(Pop Music) a type of West Indian pop music of the 1960s; a precursor of reggae

ska

(skɑ)

n.
Jamaican popular music that is a blend of folk music, calypso, rhythm and blues, and jazz.
[1960–65; of obscure orig.]
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mods, lovers of ska, bluebeat and Millie Small and fans of The Rolling Stones.
e Caribbean island, with a population shy of three million, punches way above its weight on the international music scene and the genre has risen in popularity as it has mutated from the early days of mento through ska and bluebeat to the multiple strands of modern reggae.
FREESTYLE CHRISTMAS PARTY WITH THE BLUEBEAT ARKESTRA, CHRIS TYE, SAM REDMORE, FREE SCHOOL, RICK SHAW: Hare & Hounds, High St, Kings Heath.
ey include April, Soldier, Silhouettes, Black Dollar Bills, Curb, e Establishment, e Assist, Kastella, Platypus Baby, Alex Kid, Enquiry, Regale, Bluebeat Akestra, Tempting Rosie, Drakelow and Little Liam.
Since then we've had reggae, dancehall, bhangra, bluebeat and more.
They are both 50, they both spent part of their younger lives living in Haverfordwest (the Madness man spent three years of his childhood living with relatives in West Wales) and obviously they share a love of soul, ska and bluebeat.
BlueBeat had denied any wrongdoing, claiming owner Hank Risan had pioneering technology called "psychoacoustic simulation" which created unique versions of the copyrighted music.
EMI filed suit Tuesday in a US district court in Los Angeles, accusing Bluebeat.
Also on the bill are: Bradford Bluebeat Ska Warriors Natural Rhythm, The lively Owterzeds from Hebden Bridge, and Manchesters premier Ska outfit The Uplifters.
King Hammond (Nick Welsh) has been on the reggae/ ska scene since the 1970s and has recorded for Bluebeat and Trojan Records.
THE ENGLISH BEAT WITH DAVE WAKELING PLUS RODDY RADIATION, TEMPTING ROSIE, THE BLUEBEAT ARKESTRA: O2 Academy 2, Horsefair, Birmingham.
VARIOUS ARTISTS Calypsos, Boogies, Rockers, Ballads And Bluebeat (Rock History) IN 1948, the Empire Windrush famously docked at Tilbury, carrying 493 passengers from Jamaica and Trinidad.