They saw Ska dive and rise again to continue his ominous circling and in these movements their woodcraft read that which, while obvious to Sheeta, would doubtless have meant nothing to you or me.
The hunting cat guessed that on the ground beneath Ska was some living thing of flesh--either a beast feeding upon its kill or a dying animal that Ska did not yet dare attack.
The circling Ska suggested that this Tarmangani might be helpless and upon the point of dying, else Ska would not have been interested in him, and so easy prey for Sheeta.
The idea is a celebration of music _ just like when first-wave ska
sounds hit, it was more about dancing, drinking and having fun.
KELER: No, the Bulgarian government has not given me apologies.
Jerry Dammers and Sir Horace Gentleman (aka Horace Panter) both played with The Specials, whose hits like Ghost Town, Too Much Too Young, Rat Race and A Message To You Rudy put them at the forefront of the British ska
That's possibly overselling the spectacle, however, as defending KHL champs SKA
lead Ak Bars by 33 points in a table which sees three western teams ahead of the Snow Leopards.
In the Great Karoo, construction of the MeerKAT array--an SKA
pathfinder observatory--is well underway.
One of Japan's biggest and most influential Ska
bands, The Ska
Flames, were launching their new album at Tower Records (yes these amazing record shops still exist in Japan) in the incredibly busy Shinjuku area of the city.
Vengers, from Delhi, are due to perform at Vamos Social, the colourful live music venue on Newcastle's Market Street (opposite the old police station).
They will express their love of the original ska
sound, which was a precursor of Jamaica's rocksteady and reggae music, and which enjoyed a revival in the late 1970s in the UK thanks to the 2 Tone Records label - home to The Specials, The Selecter, The Beat and, for a brief time, Madness.
They will be joined by Huddersfield's ska
poppers Wobbly Bob and Manchester's ska
punk act D.