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    Juzil

    6 years ago

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of King Of Ska on Discogs. Label: Prince Buster - PBCD11,Jet Star - PBCD11 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Reggae • Style: Ska/5(6).
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    Kigagami

    6 years ago

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    For all those uninitiated to the roots music of ska, check out Prince Buster. You will hear many of the licks that you thought were down to Bob Marley but are actually from the Prince Buster music of the 60's. Enjoy Yourself - it's later than you think!/5(14).
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    Vutilar

    6 years ago

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    Compiled by the Trojans' Gaz Mayall, s King of Ska was the first all-new Prince Buster compilation in almost 30 years, yet it was sensibly pieced together in the knowledge that almost everybody who was likely to look at it would already have picked up one of the earliest collections. So, no "Al Capone," "Ten Commandments of Man" or "Big Five"; instead, 16 tracks include close to a dozen 8/
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    Vudole

    6 years ago

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    Aug 20,  · The best Prince Buster reissue on CD, so far. Long out of print, but essential. (appart from the two hard-to-get comps from Japan, also very elusive) From the masters sound, and including "Seven wonders of the world", the song which inspired Jerry Dammers to write "Ghost Town"/5(22).
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    Yozshutaxe

    6 years ago

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    Song information for Enjoy It (Enjoy Yourself) - Prince Buster on AllMusic. Song information for Enjoy It (Enjoy Yourself) - Prince Buster on AllMusic Prince Buster. King of Ska. Jet Star:
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    Dorg

    6 years ago

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    Sixteen tracks most have not been seen on CD before, the quality of the recordings is excellent. "Don't Throw Stones" (note correct spelling!) start us off on a Blue Beat musical treat. Great instrumentals "Down Beat Burial" "Ska Town" and the very rare "7 Wonders Of The World". This is a must for all Prince Buster .
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    Arahn

    6 years ago

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    The recording by Jools Holland and Prince Buster was used by Simon Mayo as the opening theme to his Drivetime show on BBC Radio 2. The show also occasionally used the Guy Lombardo recording as an opening theme to the second hour.
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    Guran

    6 years ago

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    Sep 09,  · Prince Buster was a multifaceted fellow: not just the King of Ska, but also a producer, singer, soundsystem owner and boxer (Prince was his boxing nickname, and .