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  1. Jun 7, 2021 · A Guide to Ska Music: History and Sounds of Ska Music. Written by MasterClass. Last updated: Jun 7, 2021 • 3 min read. Ska music serves as a bridge between 1960s Jamaican music, 1970s British dance music, and 1990s American punk music. It does this by fusing many musical influences to create a genre unique unto itself.

  2. Good Old Jamaican SKA! - Original 60's Ska Music Compilation. Jimbo Micho. 16K subscribers. Subscribe. 16K. 1.5M views 2 years ago. Show more. Show more.

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  4. Mar 26, 2019 · Such is the case with ska, a genre of Jamaican musicwhich comes from mentoand calypso music, combined with American jazzand R&B, which could be heard on Jamaican radio coming from high-powered stations in New Orleans and Miami. Ska became popular in the early 1960s. The Sound Ska music was made for dancing. The music is upbeat, quick and exciting.

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  5. A ska video from 1964 showing how to dance Ska. About Press Copyright Contact us Creators Advertise Developers Terms Privacy Policy & Safety How YouTube works Test new features © 2022 Google LLC

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  6. Still, American ska mainstays like Reel Big Fish continue to perform to huge audiences today. According to Billboard , what's been called a fourth wave as recently as summer of 2019 (when The Interrupters became the first American female-fronted ska band to have a radio hit since No Doubt) is drawing on the original Jamaican ska of the '60s plus the huge American third wave influence.

  7. Dec 10, 2021 · The 1960s: The First Wave. The First Wave of ska music can be traced back to the 1960s during Jamaica’s declaration of independence from Great Britain. At this time, musicians were primarily interested in calypso, mento, and American R&B styles of music, as well as some American jazz.