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      • ORIGINS: SKA. Origins of Ska. Originated in Jamaica in the late 1950s, Ska came before musical styles such as Rocksteady and Reggae. Ska is a combined musical element of Caribbean Mento and Calypso with a bit of American Jazz and also Rhythm and Blues.
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  1. Ska - Wikipedia

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    Ska (/ s k ɑː /; Jamaican: ) is a music genre that originated in Jamaica in the late 1950s and was the precursor to rocksteady and reggae. It combined elements of Caribbean mento and calypso with American jazz and rhythm and blues. Ska is characterized by a walking bass line accented with rhythms on the off beat.

  2. Origins of Ska - Jamaicansmusic.com

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    Music historians typically divide the history of Ska into three periods: the original Jamaican scene of the 1960s (First Wave); the English 2 Tone Ska revival of the late 1970s (Second Wave); and the third wave Ska movement, which started in the 1980s and rose to popularity in the US in the 1990s.

  3. Ska | Definition of Ska by Merriam-Webster

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    Ska definition is - popular music of Jamaican origin that combines elements of traditional Caribbean rhythms and jazz.

  4. Introduction and History of Ska Music - LiveAbout

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    Mar 26, 2019 · Two-tone (or 2 Tone) ska is the second wave of ska music, created in England in the 1970s. In creating this genre, traditional ska was fused with the (then) brand new style of music known as punk rock. The name "2 Tone" refers to a record label that put out these records. The UK-based bands were often racially mixed, with black and white members.

  5. Ska | music | Britannica

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    Ska, Jamaica’s first indigenous urban pop style. Pioneered by the operators of powerful mobile discos called sound systems, ska evolved in the late 1950s from an early Jamaican form of rhythm and blues that emulated American rhythm and blues, especially that produced in New Orleans, Louisiana.

  6. Ska - definition of ska by The Free Dictionary

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    Define ska. ska synonyms, ska pronunciation, ska translation, English dictionary definition of ska. n. Popular music originating in Jamaica in the 1960s, having ...

  7. ‘The world of ska and reggae has always been arcane and alien to those outside it.’ ‘There are 30 young acts performing music ranging from punk to hip hop and ska to salsa.’ ‘And as much as it is very popular music, people still haven't got a clue what ska is.’

  8. The Origins of Ska, Reggae and Dub Music

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    The ska craze spread to London in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s and in the United Kingdom ska soon came to be labelled bluebeat. This music would probably have remained a mere curiosity were it not for the efforts of a white Anglo-Jamaican of aristocratic lineage named Chris Blackwell.

  9. Square Kilometre Array - Wikipedia

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    The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is an intergovernmental radio telescope project being planned to be built in Australia and South Africa.Conceived in the 1990s, and further developed and designed by the late-2010s, if built it will have a total collecting area of approximately one square kilometre sometime in the 2020s.

    • SKA
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    • 2021 –2030
    • Southern Hemisphere
  10. Reggae, style of popular music that originated in Jamaica in the late 1960s and quickly emerged as the country’s dominant music. By the 1970s it had become an international style that was particularly popular in Britain, the United States, and Africa. It was widely perceived as a voice of the oppressed.