A. –Carlos Malcolm & The Afro Caribs. Bonanza Ska. Written-By – Livingston, Evans. The label is more colourful, blue edge, yellow/red innner and a green palm tree on the left of the label. Etched on the A side is WIP 6563 A 3U and on the b side WIP B 1U and barely noticeable 'sound clinic' Anyone have any info on this pressing? Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful.
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Carlos Malcolm & His Afro-Caribs. Get Up Adinah (Original Mix). 142 bpm, 4B, Ab major, 2017-03-01, Reggae, Dub, 0 40. Desmond Dekker, The Four Aces.
This album was released on the label Island Records (catalog number WIP 6563). This album was released in 1979 year. B2. Beardman Ska. Recommended releases. We also recommend you to look at these releases: Ska-Mania. The Sound Of The Soil.
Carlos Malcolm - Bonanza Ska. Lord Tanamo - I'm In The Mood For Ska. Desmond Dekker & The Aces - King Of Ska. Various Reggae. The Skatalites - Latin Goes Ska. The Skatalites - Beardman Ska. Carlos Malcolm & The Afro Caribs - Bonanza Ska. Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - Ska Jam. £1. 9. Genre: Reggae, Ska & Dub.
Bonanza Ska features 20 vintage Jamaican tracks (including a few British ska revival cuts thrown in for good measure), encompassing such classics as the Ethiopians' "Train to Skaville" (which is really more rocksteady by definition than ska), Desmond Dekker's "007 (Shanty Town)" (again, more rocksteady than ska), the Skatalites' "Guns of Navarone," and the Paragons' "The Tide Is High.
The Skatalites are a ska band from Jamaica. They played initially between 1963 and 1965, and recorded many of their best known songs in the period, including "Guns of Navarone. They also played on records by Prince Buster and backed many other Jamaican artists who recorded during that period. They reformed in 1983 and have played together ever since.
Featured artists include Millie, The Paragons, Don Drummond, Tony Tribe, Desmond Dekker and more, while original songs that have become familiar through huge selling cover versions include The Tide Is High (Blondie), Rivers Of Babylon (Boney M), Red Red Wine (UB40) and Madness (Madness!). Carlos Malcolm & The Afro Caribs. Desmond Dekker & The Aces.