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  1. Ink 19 :: Ska-tastrophe
    Ska, as a whole, doesn't get a big share of mainstream press coverage. Sure,
    magazines like Spin and Alternative Press will do the occasional cursory
    coverage ...

  2. Ink 19 :: New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble
    The story goes that the New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble started with a backstage
    conversation. "It happened in 1993," reveals bandleader "Rocksteady" Freddy ...

  3. Ink 19 :: Nihon Ska Dansu
    Nihon Ska Dansu. Land of the Rising Ska [KUT]. Moon Ska. Moon's latest
    excursion outside the US takes us to Japan, where there is a surprisingly healthy
    ska ...

  4. Ink 19 :: Ska Against Racism
    May 1998 :: Live :: Ska Against Racism (Jeremy Wernow)
  5. Ink 19 :: The Beat goes on for ska icon Dave Wakeling
    <i>Ink 19</i>'s <b>Robert M. Sutton</b> chats with The Beat's <b>Dave
    Wakeling</b> about the early days of the 2-Tone ska revival in England and the ...

  6. Ink 19 :: Agent 99
    Agent 99 were a seminal but short-lived New York ska band built around a core
    of artists who have all gone on to other high-profile projects since their sudden ...

  7. Ink 19 :: The People's Ska Annual
    The People's Ska Annual. Issue #5. I only know of two free publications that are
    worth the paper they're printed on. One, obviously, is Ink 19, the other is The ...

  8. Ink 19 :: New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble
    August 1998 :: Music N-P :: New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble (Julio Diaz)
  9. Ink 19 :: King Django
    In the ska community, few artists have the reputation that Jeff Baker does; yet
    most ska fans might not even know that name. Baker is far better known as King ...

  10. Ink 19 :: Dr. Ring-Ding & the Senior Allstars
    I discovered ska music with my first band, which was a band from school, they
    played ska. At that time, I didn't know what it was. I'd heard of Madness and all
    that ...



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