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Opinion: The Best Decade For Ska Rocksteady Early Reggae Releases


Which decade produced the best Ska Rocksteady Early Reggae music?

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Everyone has a different ska story to tell.
In a few days we will start a new series called “My Ska Story” by publishing the account of Mochammad Yasser from Indonesia who came to ska music over American ska punk in the 1990s and eventually learned more about the old styles from Jamaica in the 1960s. At different times he would have answered the question in our current opinion poll very differently.

Others who have dug deep into 60s ska styles, later found out that they enjoyed the productions from the 70s even more. Whatever your story is, we would like to hear it. You can start by voting and go on by sharing more in the comments or writing an email to joachim@reggae-steady-ska.com.

The comments are a good place for shout-outs of your all-time favourite albums or tunes. Forwards to your friends are also welcome.

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With his Ska band The Braces (1984-1991, 2000-2006) Joachim Uerschels released three albums for Unicorn, Pork Pie and Mad Butcher Records. He lives in Cologne, Germany as a writer and musician. In 2016, he published his solo debut album "Songbook Vol. II" as Joe ScholesJoe Scholes
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