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  • 1. The History of Ska
  • 2. Early Jamaican Culture
  • 3. Mento
  • 4. Jazz Influence
  • 5. Sound Systems and the Jamaican Recording Industry
  • 6. The Birth of Ska
  • 7. Rude Boys
  • 8. Rocksteady to Reggae
  • 9. The Birth of British Ska
  • 10. 2-Tone Ska
  • 11. 2-Tone Covers & Adaptions
  • 12. Third Wave Ska
  • 13. Bibliography Bergman, B. 1985, Reggae and Latin - Hot Sauces, Blandford, Dorset. Conolly, Y. (Ed) 1981, Mango Spice , A & C Black publishers Ltd, London. Davis, S. & Simon, P. 1983, Reggae International, Thames and Hudson, London. Haywood, I. & Davies, N. 1981 The Specials Illustrated Songbook , Plangent Visions Music Ltd, London. Johnson, J. & Pines, J. 1982, Reggae - Deep Roots Music, Proteus, London. Leonard, Hal. 1992 The Jamaican Musc Songbook, Hal leonard Co, Milwaukee. Marshall, G. 1990, The Two Tone Story, S.T Publishing, Scotland. Marshall, G. 1993, Total Madness, S.T Publishing, Scotland. Middleton, R. 1990, Studying Popular Music, Open University Press, Great Britain. Warner, K. 1982, The Trinidad Calypso, Heinemann, London. Williams, P.1995, You're Wondering Now - A history of the Specials, S.T Publishing, Scotland Madcol’s Essay on Ska