Ska Madness Volume 2 by Rhoda Dakar

Ska Madness Volume 2 by Rhoda Dakar -  Ska Madness volume 2 is out. It was on January 16, 2012.   Universal Music / Spectrum Audio Since its release in January 2010, Ska Madness! Two years later, the same team are pleased to present volume 2.

Ska Madness Volume 2 by Rhoda DakarSka Madness Volume 2 by Rhoda Dakar

This time, compiler Rhoda Dakar (The Special A.K.A and Bodysnatchers) takes us further into the world of Two Tone, selecting tracks which influenced the original bands, were favorites on the tour buses during the various Two Tone package tours and were played at gigs before and between bands.

Amongst the rarities it boasts 7 Top 10 UK Chart hits and takes in Ska, Rocksteady and more.

Track List

1. Israelites – Desmond Dekker

2. Monkey Spanner – Dave & Ansell Collins

3. Pressure Drop – Toots & The Maytals

4. Elizabethan Reggae – Boris Gardiner

5. Cherry Oh Baby – Eric Donaldson

6. The Tide Is High – The Paragons

7. Sweet Sensation – The Melodians

8. Ba Ba Boom Time – The Jamaicans

9. Wear You To The Ball – The Paragons

10. Ali Baba – John Holt

11. Return Of Django – The Upsetters

12. Skinhead Girl – Symarip

13. Red Red Wine – Tony Tribe

14. Tighten Up – Untouchables

15. If It Don’t Work Out – Pat Kelley

16. Wonderful World, Beautiful People – Jimmy Cliff

17. Young Gifted And Black – Bob & Marcia

18. Love Of The Common People – Nicky Thomas

19. Black Pearl – Horace Faith

20. Wear You To The Ball – John Holt & U Roy

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